Cavushoglu and Israel’s Lapid hold phone call

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu had a phone call with his Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid on Thursday, as the two countries are working to increase contact and dialogue, Trend quoted Daily Sabah. No details were given about the content of the call. .

Turkey confirms 71,843 daily COVID-19 cases

Baku, Azerbaijan, January 21 direction: Turkey has reported 71,843 new cases of COVID-19, according to the Ministry of Health, Trend reports. The death toll from the virus in Turkey increased by 166, while 85,948 people recovered during the past 24 hours. She added that a total of 414 to 312 tests were conducted over the … Read more

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky pushes back on Biden: ‘There are no minor incursions’

“We want to remind the great powers that there are no small incursions and small states,” Zelensky said. wrote on twitter In an apparent response to Biden’s comments on Wednesday. “Just as there were no minor injuries and slight grief over the loss of loved ones.” Biden’s remarks at a news conference on Wednesday about … Read more

UN General Assembly adopts resolution condemning Holocaust denial

The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution on action against Holocaust denial, Trend reports citing TASS. According to the resolution, Holocaust remembrance is “a key element in preventing further acts of genocide,” while “ignoring the historical facts of those horrific events increases the risk of their recurrence.” The document honors “the … Read more

Chinese takeover of lithium company raises no concerns: Liberals

OTTAWA – The Federal Liberals said Thursday that the pending acquisition of a Canadian lithium mining company by a Chinese state-owned company does not raise national security concerns. Liberal MP Andy Fillmore, parliamentary secretary to Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne, told a House of Commons committee that the Industry Ministry last fall reviewed a proposal for … Read more

Azerbaijani FM meets with OPEC Secretary General (PHOTO)

Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 20 direction: Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jehon Permov met with Secretary-General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo as part of his working visit to Austria, the Foreign Ministry’s press agency reported. It will be updated .

New vaccine passport rules in France to come into power from next week

The French government announced tonight, citing the Daily Mail, that France will introduce new passport vaccination rules for cafes and restaurants from next week. In a live televised address on Thursday evening, Prime Minister Jan Castex said the controversial new document will become mandatory for those who wish to visit cafes, restaurants and a host … Read more

Azerbaijani FM discusses issues of bilateral cooperation with Austrian minister

Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 20 direction: Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jehon Bayramov met with Austrian Federal Minister for European and International Affairs Alexander Schallenberg as part of his working visit to Vienna, Trend quoted the Foreign Ministry’s press service as saying. During the meeting, the two sides discussed issues of bilateral cooperation, prospects for relations, and also … Read more

Tyendinaga Township, Ont. auctions off old bridge – Kingston

The bridge isn’t often offered for sale, but Tyendinaga Township near Kingston, Ontario, decided to put one of the bridges up for auction. “It must be fun, these days even steel has value, so it must be fun in terms of scrap,” says Carla Preston, the town’s chief administrative officer. “We have a number of … Read more

U.S. FAA approves 78% of planes for low-visibility landings near 5G airports

The US Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday issued new approvals for additional altimeters that allow about 78% of the US commercial air fleet to perform low-sight landings at airports where the 5G C-band wireless network is deployed, Trend reports. Airlines said some flights were affected in San Francisco due to poor visibility, and some were … Read more