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Turkey welcomes senior Russian and Ukrainian diplomats for peace

Published on: 03/09/2022 – 16:02Amended: 09/03/2022 – 16:00 Antalya (Turkey) (AFP) – The Russian and Ukrainian foreign ministers will meet in southern Turkey on Thursday in the first high-level contact between Kyiv and Moscow since Russia invaded its neighbor two weeks ago. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has pushed for …

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Pakistan: A breathtaking tourist destination

Pakistan, a culturally and socially diverse country, is a land of magical and mystical beauty. Benefiting from a thousand-year-old civilization, the country is a bastion of cultural relics inherited from the knowledge and experience of communities, historians, artists, archaeologists and anthropologists. The spiritual heritage of the country is embodied in …

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Live Updates: How Russia’s Assault on Ukraine Affects the Middle East

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could become Europe’s biggest state-to-state conflict since World War II. But the effects of the war will not be limited to the continent. Middle Eastern states maintain close ties with both sides in trade, tourism and defense. While North African countries like Egypt and Libya have …

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Recognition of separatist regions of Ukraine: countries close to Russia criticize this decision | world news

Brussels: A senior European Union official has said Russia’s recognition of Ukraine’s breakaway regions of Luhansk and Donetsk as independent states and sending troops to the territories is an “act of war”. Didier Reynders, the EU’s justice commissioner, said the 27-nation bloc was ready to apply sanctions against Russia. Speaking …

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Kalam Snow Sports Festival Attracts Tourists To Scenic Spots

Kalam – The 2022 annual snow sports session has started with the snow sports festivals of Kalam, Nathia Gali and Chitral Upper which were simultaneously launched and widely attracted not only local but also foreign tourists to different scenic spots in the division of Malakand. These views were voiced by …

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From the Turkey of Kemal Pasha to the France of Nicolas Sarkozy, the dispute over the hijab and the burqa

Karnataka’s hijab row has sparked a wider debate in India over the regulation of uniforms in colleges and schools and freedom of choice in dress with or without religious beliefs. Such debates are neither new nor limited to India. Many countries, especially in the Middle East, have dress codes, especially …

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Western Alliance disunited in Ukraine

One of the reasons why Western countries cannot develop an effective policy of deterrence against Russia’s westward expansionism is the breakdown of relations between allied nations of the West. The Ukrainian crisis has shown that the Western alliance lacks unity, which makes its role and power in future conflicts questionable. …

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UK reports 346 daily deaths; Denmark wants to end all restrictions

Many EU countries are choosing to reopen despite record infections as the World Health Organization suggests Omicron may signal a more manageable phase of the pandemic, our EU correspondent Jon Henley reports. The Netherlands has lifted its strictest Covid controls, Denmark is set to remove all restrictions within days and …

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Israeli president plans visit to Turkey

Responding to questions about changes in diplomatic relations with Israel, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his office “was in talks with President (Isaac) Herzog” and that he may visit Turkey soon. Underscoring a similar desire on the Israeli side to fully normalize bilateral relations, Erdogan said “Prime Minister Naftali …

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Shehbaz “will pay” for Nawaz’s extended stay in London

ISLAMABAD: The federal cabinet decided on Tuesday that it would go to the Lahore High Court (LHC) to seek the disqualification of opposition leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif for presenting a “false affidavit” and for his inability to bring his brother – former convicted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif …

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Turkish builder signs $ 1.9 billion rail contract with Tanzania

Tanzania on Tuesday signed a major contract with Turkish construction company Yapı Merkezi to build a 368 kilometer (228.67 mile) section of a standard gauge railway connecting the country’s largest port city from East Africa to the hinterland. The deal, which is expected to cost $ 1.9 billion and will …

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Israel bans travel to US and Canada via Omicron

Share the article Last update 23 hours ago As the Omicron variant continues to spread across the world, so do travel restrictions. Today, Israel announced that it is banning travel to the United States, Canada and eight other countries over concerns over the variant. Israel adds US to no-fly list …

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Israel in fifth wave of Covid-19, plans to add US to Omicron ‘red’ list

JERUSALEM (REUTERS, AFP) – Israel is in the midst of a fifth wave of Covid-19 due to the Omicron variant, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday (December 19), urging citizens to step up vaccination and take such precautions. than work from home. In a televised address, Bennett said Israel …

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Improving the competitiveness of exports (Part – V)

The writer is the author of “Governing the ungovernable”. The government has also given priority to the tourism sector. Our neighboring countries – India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and the Maldives – derive a substantial amount of foreign exchange from highly organized tourism. Prior to Covid-19, India’s revenues were $ 30 …

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UAE outclassed the world’s top 10 tourist destinations this year – News

Global data website Statista expects UAE to attract over 31 million tourists per year by 2025 Posted: Wed Dec 15 2021, 17:32 The UAE’s tourism sector has been the fastest in the world to recover from the impact of Covid-19, the country’s vice president said. As he launched the world’s …

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THE BAHAMAS NAMED WINNER OF 2021 UNWTO TOURISM VIDEO COMPETITION

Video promoting the Land and Marine Park of Exuma Cays awarded as the best in the Americas NASSAU, Bahamas, December 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Islands of Bahamas have been recognized by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) as the best example of destinations harnessing the power …

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Australia recognizes India’s Covishield and China’s Coronavac for international travelers

In a big victory for the Indian Covishield, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Friday that Australia would consider the Indian Covishield (AstraZeneca / SII) and Chinese Coronavac (Sinovac) as “recognized vaccines” for inbound travelers. Announcing his government’s plan to “reopen to the world”, Morrison said Australia would allow …

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Here are the best foreign stories at 2000 hours

Outlook September 22, 2021 8:09 PM IST Here are the best foreign stories at 2000 hours perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 FGN23 UN-JAISHANKAR-CYPRUS It is important to respect UNSC resolutions on Cyprus, says Jaishankar hours after Turkish President Erdogan mentioned Kashmir in UNGA speech New York: Foreign Minister S …

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Here are the best foreign stories at 1700 hours

Outlook September 22, 2021 5:09 PM IST Here are the best foreign stories at 1700 hours perspectivesinde.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 FGN23 UN-JAISHANKAR-CYPRUS It is important to respect UNSC resolutions on Cyprus, says Jaishankar hours after Turkish President Erdogan mentioned Kashmir in UNGA speech New York: Foreign Minister S …

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Sri Lanka out of UK red list from tomorrow

UK abolishes ‘traffic light’ system; opts for a simpler regime for fully immunized arrivals Sri Lanka and seven other countries have been removed from the UK’s ‘Red List’ travel advisory from tomorrow, boosting the country’s tourism outlook. An AFP report said pandemic restrictions on travel to England and Scotland should …

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In photos: fires ravage southern Europe

ATHENS – Shells of houses and cars ravaged by flames. Stretches of forest reduced to ashes. Tourists evacuated by boat from once idyllic beaches where the sky is covered in smoke. As southern Europe grapples with one of its worst heat waves in decades, deadly wildfires have engulfed swathes of …

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Breaking News Live updates: India, China disengage from Gogra in eastern Ladakh after 12th round of talks

!1 new updateClick here for the latest updates Execution Department summons mother of former J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti in money laundering case: Officials Maharashtra Congresswoman Nana Patole denounces Modi government over decision to rename Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, says move reflects BJP and RSS “hatred” for Nehru-Gandhi family members …

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Politics This Week | The Economist

June 19, 2021 Joe biden and Vladimir Poutine gathered in Geneva for a summit. It lasted less than four hours, but both men described it as constructive. The two sides agreed to fire their ambassadors, who were recalled earlier this year, and said they would work on further nuclear weapons …

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What is the biggest obstacle in Turkey-Greece relations?

Foreign Minister Mevlüt ÇavusoÄŸlu paid an official visit to Greece last week. The visit was part of efforts to reduce tensions between the two neighboring countries. Turkey and Greece have experienced a tense summer of 2020, mainly due to disagreements in the Eastern Mediterranean. Particular attention was paid to ÇavuÅŸoÄŸlu’s …

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Turkish tourism faces another lost season

ISTANBUL – Turkey’s tourism sector faces another lost season after a rapid rise in coronaviruses wiped out many early foreign bookings and prompted Russia, its main source of visitors, to halt flights and warn against travel this summer. In a final move to reduce infections and save the season, President …

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US medical aid en route to virus-infected India

U.S. flights carrying urgent coronavirus aid to India were on their way Thursday, the White House said, as health officials reported another record number of new cases across the country. The United States will provide more than $ 100 million in supplies for overworked hospitals and frontline healthcare workers in …

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The big holiday hits at the dawn of the green list

Vacation abroad will return from May 17, when the government’s ban on most overseas travel ends. A high-level government source told The Telegraph that ministers believe they can “maintain tight border controls while taking a significant step forward on international travel.” This decision is not yet finalized, but it is …

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