On Thursday, there was an announcement pertaining to new technology designed in Belarus. Belarusian experts presented an algorithm that allows users to identify law enforcement officers, while they are wearing masks. Since the Belarusian presidential election, the protests have not stopped.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov spoke at a press conference, which was held on Thursday. The discussion revolved around the completion of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, a new export gas pipeline running from Russia to Europe across the Baltic Sea, a point of US opposition, and a matter of honor for Germany.
German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung published information that German law enforcement agencies can not open a criminal case on the fact of poisoning of Alexey Navalny. Germany can not investigate the Navalny case because it is outside its jurisdiction.
Germany announced the creation of the new technology to assist in providing the accurate crowd numbers. At the end of August, thousands took to the streets in the “anti-Corona protests”. There was an attempt to close Berlin by the law enforcement. The government tried to stop the planned demonstration due to the concern of the Coronavirus spread.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday that she is “ashamed” of the escalation of anti-Semitism and racism in the country, at a ceremony honoring the 70th anniversary of the Central Council of Jews in Germany. Chancellor Merkel made her remarks at a synagogue in the German capital, Berlin.
During the Cold War era, Germany tested its nationwide warning systems twice a year. In the early 1950s, West Germany created a system for notifying the country’s population of emergency situations. These could, at that time, be natural and man-made disasters that threaten the lives of the population.
Minsk, the capital city of Belarus was once again a scene of chaos as thousands of women took to the streets on Saturday in protest against the Belarusian head of state over the recent handling of the election. Lukashenko’s continued illegal stay on power and his government’s autocratic tendencies.
During an interview on the September 11, 2020, the acting head of the Investigative Department for Transport of the Russian Interior Ministry in the Federal District Sergey Popov stated that the full chronology of the Alexei Navalny stay in Tomsk has been established.
Greece is set to send three ships to Lesbos to help house displaced migrants in the island. The decision was arrived at after thousands of migrants in were forced to spend their nights in the cold after fire gutted down the largest migrant camp earlier in the week. About 2,000 migrants will be housed in the ships.
Russian police are set to ask Germany for permission to interrogate the Russian opposition politician, Alexei Navalny, who is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital in Berlin after being allegedly poisoned. Even though Navalny’s doctors affirmed that he was poisoned, the claim has repeatedly been rejected by the Moscow authorities
The German economy is showing a serious downward trend. The German auto industry could be in trouble according to Bild. The Coronavirus continues to be a factor. The Coronavirus impacted a majority of the economies around the world. Currently, there are over 27.7 million infected and over 900,000 deaths around the globe.
The Russian opposition politician Alexéi Navalny, who is currently undergoing medication in Germany on alleged poisoning, is reportedly responding well to medication. The German doctors treating Navalny at Berlin’s Charite Hospital have announced today that he has come out of the induced coma.
US President Donald Trump on Friday while addressing a press conference announced that The United States intends to look “very seriously” at the case of the possible poisoning of Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny. “It’s tragic. It’s terrible, it shouldn’t happen. We haven’t had any proof yet, but I will take a look,” Trump said.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko says he has solid proof to the effect that the alleged poisoning of Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was merely ”stage-managed” by Western powers as a way of discouraging Russian President Vladimir Putin from getting involved into Belarus’ affairs.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced on Thursday that the leaders of Turkey and Greece had agreed to continue their NATO-led talks and meetings after meeting with him. Turkey and Greece claim ownership of the oil and gas resources of the Eastern Mediterranean and have escalated into a military conflict in recent days.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny’s poisoning case was an “attempt to murder using nerve agents,” and said she hoped that Russia would clarify its position. Navalny was sent to Berlin for treatment after a sudden illness in Russia in mid-August.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called on China to withdraw the “Hong Kong National Security Law” when meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Berlin on Tuesday. He said to Wang, “we hope that the principle of “one country, two systems’ can be implemented.”
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said after meeting with German Foreign Minister Maas that there is still a great opportunity to complete the negotiations on the China-EU investment protection agreement within this year. Maas said the EU will also defend its values beyond its borders.
More than 100,000 Belarusians took part in Sunday’s demonstrations in the capital Minsk in opposition to President Alexander Lukashenko’s continued stay in power. Lukashenko has been at the helm of the country’s leadership for 26 years and his recent reelection, on August 9, is the bone of contention as it is deemed as outright fraud by both the nation’s opposition as well as the international community.
Germany and US Governments have condemned the harassment of journalists in Belarus. The AP whose journalists were also affected by the move equally condemned the Lukashenko led administration for autocracy. The condemnation follows Saturday’s move by the Belarusian authorities to withdraw accreditation from a section of both local and foreign journalists working in the country.
On Saturday, Aug 29, 2020, thousands took to the streets in the “anti-Corona protests”. There was an attempt to close Berlin by the law enforcement. The government tried to stop the planned demonstration due to the concern of the Coronavirus spread. Nevertheless, thousands took to the streets.
The German Federal government has announced that their priority is to develop “green” hydrogen, which they are going to produce in North Africa on the basis of electricity from renewable sources. However, one of the main questions ponders, that the import of hydrogen could interfere with the drinking water shortage in Africa.
The European Union renewed its support for Greece and Cyprus which has heightened fears of a possible military confrontation in the eastern Mediterranean. The dispute is with Turkey over the wealth of the Eastern Mediterranean. The EU has threatened Turkey with more sanctions, but stressed in return the need to give diplomacy the opportunity.
The foreign ministers of the European Union countries reached an agreement on the possibility of imposing sanctions on officials in Belarus, rejecting the results of the presidential elections, and calling for Moscow not to intervene. While Merkel tried unsuccessfully to contact Alexander Lukashenko.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron on Friday said that Turkey wants action against itself . It does not want to understand the way of negotiations. France is also a member of NATO. Recently, France has opposed Turkey over Turkey’s role in NATO and Libya and its ambition for a gas reserve in the Mediterranean.
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The European Union has suspended police and army training missions in Mali, owing to the recent coup that was carried out by the Army therein. The EU foreign affairs representative, Josep Borrell, made an announcement to the effect that civilians as well as the military training mission would be temporarily suspended.
German doctors treating the firebrand Russian opposition politician, Alexei Navalny, made an announcement on Monday. Owing to the medical tests that the German doctors conducted, they are convinced that the politician was poisoned. They did not however, give a detailed account of their findings.
After the Charité Hospital in the German capital announced that there were indications that Russian dissident Alexei Navalny had been poisoned, Chancellor Angela Merkel and her foreign minister called on Moscow to conduct an investigation, identify those responsible, and hold them accountable.
Alexey Navalny, allegedly been poisoned last week prior boarding the plane in Tomsk. As a result of falling ill, he has been transported to Germany for treatment. His was transportation to Germany via the Cinema for Peace Foundation and assistance from German Chancellor Angela Merkel. However, Navalny does have a very extensive criminal record.
The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been transported to Germany on Saturday. His diagnosis will not be known until the beginning of the next week. According to the doctors, Navalny continues to be in the serious condition. The German media already stated, that Germany does not believe in Putin or the Kremlin involvement in the poisoning of the Navalny.
Alexei Navalny, one of Vladimir Putin’s most famous politicians and critics, was transferred from a Siberian city to Berlin to continue his treatment. Navalny was taken to the hospital during a domestic flight due to complications from possible poisoning. According to Reuters, the plane carrying Alexei Navalny and his companions landed at Berlin Airport this Saturday morning (August 22nd).
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Alexei Navalny remains in a coma. According to Navalny’s press secretary, Kira Yarmysh, Navalny was unconscious after being poisoned and the plane on which he was flying had to make an emergency landing at the Omsk airport. He was taken to the local hospital.
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell and his deputy say the United States will not be able to activate the trigger mechanism against Iran by withdrawing from the nuclear deal. The foreign ministers of the three European countries on the side of the UN Security Council have also reacted negatively to US efforts in this regard.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo presented to the United Nations Security Council Washington’s request to bring back all international sanctions against Iran. The United States claims that the Islamic Republic has violated its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
The heads of state and government of the EU states do not recognize the result of the controversial presidential election that was recently held in Belarus. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the current EU head, lamented that the vote was neither free nor fair after a special EU summit on the political crisis in Belarus.
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Alexander Lukashenko, who was re-elected President of Belarus ten days ago following a controversial election, has said he is ready to “hold a constitutional referendum” amid tens of thousands of people protesting, “but he is not ready to run for re-election.” The opposition strongly demands his resignation.
Belarus continues to witness widespread protests against government violence despite the release of many detainees in recent days. In Minsk, hundreds of doctors formed a human chain to protest against the ruling government. The Belarusian government unexpectedly released hundreds of people, detained during the unrest.
The German Federal Criminal Investigation Bureau has officially issued an arrest order against Jan Marsalek, the former chief operating officer of the defunct German payment processors Wirecard. Not long ago, another German businessman who was closely related to the Wirecard scandal died in the Philippines.
Tensions between Turkey and Greece in the eastern Mediterranean over oil and gas resources are rising. Meanwhile, the announcement of French military reinforcements sent to the eastern Mediterranean, and France’s support for Greece, has exacerbated these tensions.
Russia’s health minister, Mikhail Murashko, on Wednesday defended the country’s recently announced vaccine, stating that the criticisms against the vaccine developed by the country’s research centers are “absolutely unfounded.” Murashko attributed the said criticisms on “competition” in the international market.
Germany, France, and Italy have stepped up pressure on violators of the Libyan arms embargo. The three had previously threatened to punish violators of the embargo in mid-July, on the sidelines of an EU summit in Brussels. A list of Turkish, UAE, and Jordanian companies has been compiled.
Threats of bombs arrived in at least five German cities during the night of Friday/Saturday, according to German police. The threats reached health administration offices in two states— North Rhine-Westphalia, Bavaria, and Bremen— raising assumptions that there were links between these calls.