Topics of the EFE International Day on June 6, 2023 (07.00 GMT)

This content was published on Jun 06, 2023 – 07:07


Ukraine war

KYIV/MOSCOW – Water is leaking uncontrollably from the Khazhovka Dam on the Dnieper River, which runs through southern Ukraine’s Kherson province, prompting mutual recriminations between Russian and Ukrainian forces and emergency evacuations from residents of the affected area. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

Lviv (Ukraine) – The bombing of the Khakovka press has endangered the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, and is becoming a potential environmental threat to the entire region. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

KYIV – Cardinal Matteo Juppi, the pope’s envoy to Kiev to mediate the Ukrainian war, has visited the Ukrainian capital to seek ways to end the conflict, coinciding with the start of a Ukrainian counteroffensive. (Text)

GENEVA – The war in Ukraine continues, but the U.N. And some Ukrainian cities are already thinking about their postwar futures, such as Kharkov and Mykolaiv, two of the most devastated by Russian bombing and whose reconstruction involved architects from Spain and Venezuela. By Antonio Proto. (Text) (Video)

France protests

PARIS – French unions are calling this Tuesday a new national day of protest against the pension reform, the fourteenth since January, as they seek to pressure the General Assembly ahead of a parliamentary debate scheduled for Thursday. (Text) (Photo) (Video).

EU migration

BRUSSELS – The European Commissioner for the Interior, Ylva Johansson, presented this Tuesday the European Union’s action plan for the migration routes of the Western Mediterranean and the Atlantic, both of which directly affect Spain. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

TUNISIA – Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni visits Tunisia to discuss high migration flows through the central Mediterranean with the country’s authorities (Text) (Photo) (Video)

Great crisis

LIMA – The Peruvian prosecutor’s office took a report from President Tina Polwart on dozens of deaths during anti-government protests in the country between last December and March. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

A. Saudi Iran

RIYADH – Iran reopened its embassy and consulate in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, after the two Middle East rivals agreed last March to normalize their diplomatic ties with Chinese mediation after a seven-year rift. (Text)

Iranian missile

TEHRAN – Iran says its first hypersonic missile, capable of striking at a range of 1,400 kilometers, will be unveiled on Tuesday by Revolutionary Guards chief Hossein Salami in the presence of President Ibrahim Raisi. Anti-missile defense”. Thanks to its high speed. (Text)

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Rain in Haiti

Port-au-Prince – Heavy rains these days in Haiti, where dozens of people have died and thousands have fled their homes, threaten to worsen a desperate crisis in the impoverished country. (Text) (Photo)

World Bank Projections

WASHINGTON – The World Bank is releasing its global economic forecasts as a global slowdown and financial uncertainty and higher interest rates to curb inflation. (Text)

Louvre Naples

Paris – The Louvre Museum presents a major exhibition on the art of Naples, along with masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum, along with music, cinema and theater programs associated with the Italian city. (Text) (Video)

Information Schedule (GMT Hours)

New York.- UN. Security Council.- Belarus and Slovenia will be UN members for the next two years. They are vying for a seat on the Security Council this Tuesday, where the body’s 193 member states will vote and be affected by the war. In Ukraine. General Assembly (Text) (Photo) (Video) (Multimedia)

Vienna.- IAEA BOARD.- The Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). (Text)

Casablanca.- Morocco Spain.- The Spain-Morocco business meeting is taking place, which will include seminars and round tables, as well as bilateral meetings and will focus on water and environment, automotive, food value chains, education, renewables and sectors. Transportation. (Text)

Paris.- OECD LATIN AMERICA.- International Forum on Latin America and the Caribbean organized by the OECD with the French Government. (Text)

Lima.- PERU CRISIS.- The Peruvian Prosecutor’s Office took a statement from President Tina Polwart about dozens of deaths during anti-government protests between December and March. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

Moscow.- Anti-Russia.- Trial for extremism begins against Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who faces up to 30 years in prison. (Text) (Photo)

New York.- America contests.- Chris Christie, a former ally of Donald Trump and former governor of New Jersey, will announce his candidacy today to run against his former friend in the Republican primary, in which Trump is now clearly holding. (Text)

Brasilia.- UN. AIDS.- The new Global Council on Inequality, HIV and Epidemics is launched, an initiative of UNAIDS. (text)

Paris.- FRANCE PENSIONS.- French unions have organized a fourteenth day of protests against the pension reform, which delays the minimum retirement age by two years, in an attempt to pressure the General Assembly for a debate scheduled for Thursday. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

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Paris.- FRANCE MACRON.- French President Emmanuel Macron visited the Normandy beaches to commemorate the 1944 landings during World War II and paid tribute to the Kiefer Command. (Text) (Photo)

GENEVA.- Road safety.- Celebrating 50 years of seat belts in vehicles. (Text)

Berlin.- Germany France.- German President Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron meet at a working dinner in the suburbs of Berlin. (text)

Istanbul.- AIR TRANSPORT.- Istanbul is hosting the 79th General Assembly and World Aviation Summit of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) today. (text)

Kuwait.- Kuwait Elections.- The people of Kuwait have elected a new parliament to replace the parliament that was dissolved last April in the ongoing conflict between the Gulf country’s legislature and the government. (text)

Riyadh.- A. Saudi Iran.- Iran opened its embassy and consulates in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, after the two countries agreed in March to normalize their diplomatic ties with Chinese mediation after a seven-year rift.

Bratislava.- Eastern European Security.- Leaders of the B9 group of nine Eastern European countries are meeting in Bratislava to agree on their position ahead of the next NATO summit in Vilnius on July 11 and 12. (text)

Moscow.- Ukraine War.- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visited the Central Asian Republic of Tajikistan. (text)

Port-au-Prince.- HAITI RAIN.- Torrential rains in Haiti these days have left dozens dead and forced thousands from their homes, threatening to worsen the dire crisis the impoverished country is experiencing. (Text) (Photo)

BRASILIA.- Indigenous Brazil.- Brazilian tribes will mobilize starting this Tuesday to defend their “ancestral rights” to land, which they see as threatened by enforcement efforts in parliament and the Supreme Court. (text)

Quito.- ECUADOR ELECTIONS.- The President of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Diana Atmainte, believes that the recent rules of the Electoral Dispute Tribunal will not result in women becoming “mere complements” to use gender equality in next August’s elections. -in” on ballots. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

1:30 PM- Washington.- World Bank Forecasts.- The World Bank releases its Economic Outlook Report.

12:30 p.m.- Washington.- World Bank Forecasts.- World Bank Chief Economist Intermid Gill and Department Number Two Ayhan Kos present the organization’s global economic forecasts. (text)

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11:00 am- Rome.- Italy Colonial.- The Museum of Civilizations in Rome exhibits for the first time in decades the works and documents of the old Italian Colonial Museum, dissolved in 2017, as well as a retrospective of Mozambican artist and activist Bertina Lopes. (Text) (Photo) (Video)

07:00h.- Tunis.- Tunisia ITALY.- Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni visited Tunisia to address high migration flows in the central Mediterranean and negotiations between the country and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). (Text) (Photo) (Video)

2:00 pm.- Rome.- Science Space.- Italy submits its candidacy to host the Einstein telescope in an abandoned mine in Sardinia, a European project aimed at detecting gravitational waves in the future. (Text) (Photo)

10:00h.- Sofia.- Government of Bulgaria.- The Bulgarian Parliament holds an extraordinary session to vote on the candidacy of Nikolai Denko for Prime Minister. (text)

08:30h.- Brussels.- EU MIGRATION.- Press conference of the European Commissioner for the Interior Ylva Johansson on the EU Action Plan for the Western Mediterranean and Atlantic routes. (Text) (Video)

08:00h.- Brussels.- UKRAINE WAR.- Press conference of Commissioner for Social Affairs Nicolas Schmidt, Commissioner for the Interior Ylva Johansson and Special Adviser Lodwijk Ascher, report on integration into the EU People fleeing the war in Ukraine (Text) (Video)

07:00h.- Brussels.- EU ENVIRONMENT.- President of the European Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen, European Environment Commissioner, Virginius Sinkevicius and Spanish Vice President Teresa Ribera participate in the EU Green Week Forum. Administrative society. (Text)

08:00 am- Paris.- LOUVRE NAPLES.- Opening of the “Naples in Paris” exhibition at the Louvre, featuring some fifty masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum, which is accompanied by concerts, opera, theater and concerts throughout the summer. Cinema associated with the Italian city. (Text) (Video)

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