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New Zealand Suspending All High-Level Political and Military Contact with Myanmar

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that; the aid program to Myanmar should not include projects that are delivered or benefit the Military government. We also agree to implement a travel ban be formalized a coming week on Maynamar's Military Leaders and addition with join other countries calling for a special session at United

French Nuclear Attack Submarine SNA Émeraude Left South China Sea

French nuclear attack submarine (SNA Émeraude) and a support vessel (BSAM Seine) have sailed up to 15,000 km from the metropolitan coasts in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. The patrol has completed a passage in the South China Sea. The patrol at the same time shows the proof of the capacity of the French

Country by Country History of North Korea’s Relations with Middle East Countries

The foreign relations of North Korea – officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) – have been shaped by its conflict with South Korea and its historical ties with world communism. Both the government of North Korea and the government of South Korea (officially the Republic of Korea) claim to be the sole legitimate

The United States Applauds the Agreement to Establish a Taiwan Office in Guyana

The United States applauds the agreement to establish a Taiwan Office in Guyana.  Deepening ties between Guyana and Taiwan will advance their shared goals of prosperity and security.  Closer ties with Taiwan will advance cooperation and development in Guyana on the basis of shared democratic values, transparency, and mutual respect.

By |2021-02-04T10:42:23+03:00February 4th, 2021|Categories: Diplomacy|Tags: , , |0 Comments

UK Deeper Defence and Security Cooperation with Japan

HMS Queen Elizabeth’s deployment to Indo Pacific later this year will enhance Japan and UK defence cooperation Defence Secretary Ben Wallace and Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussed the deployment of HMS Queen Elizabeth during the “2+2” virtual meeting with their respective Japanese counterparts, Ministers Nobuo Kishi and Toshimitsu Motegi. CSG21, led by UK aircraft carrier

Senior Chinese Diplomat Yang Jiechi: China-U.S. Interactions Need to be Restored

Senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi on Tuesday called on the Biden administration to focus on cooperation and manage differences in bilateral ties so as to bring the relationship back to its former course of sound and steady development. Yang, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, made

By |2021-02-02T09:36:43+03:00February 2nd, 2021|Categories: Diplomacy|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Secretary Blinken’s Call with Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs Locsin

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke today with Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teodoro Locsin, Jr. Secretary Blinken and Secretary Locsin reaffirmed that a strong U.S.-Philippine Alliance is vital to a free and open Indo-Pacific region. Secretary Blinken stressed the importance of the Mutual Defense Treaty for the security of both nations, and its

Biden and Suga Discussed the Defense of Japan under Article 5 of the Security Treaty

President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke today with Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan to discuss the policy issues and global challenges that Japan and the United States will face together. They discussed the U.S.-Japan alliance and affirmed its importance as the cornerstone of peace and prosperity in a free and open Indo-Pacific. The leaders

China, Pacific Island Countries Closer Since COVID-19: FM

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that accusations made by some media outlets that China has done little to provide anti-epidemic support to Pacific island countries are totally groundless and made out of ulterior motives. The ministry said that cooperation between the two sides has become even closer since the COVID-19 outbreak. "The reopening of the

China-Europe Freight Trains Departing from Wuhan Transported 5,660 Tonnes of Anti-Epidemic Medical Supplies to European

China-Europe freight trains departing from central China's Wuhan, Hubei Province, transported some 5,660 tonnes of anti-epidemic medical supplies to European countries in 2020, according to China Railway's Wuhan branch. The trains carried 770 TEUs of supplies including masks, protective suits, and ventilators to Germany, Serbia, Poland and other countries last year, said Liu Fangzhi with

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