ANKARA – Turkey will suspend Finland’s and Sweden’s accession process to NATO if they do not keep their promises to fight terrorism, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday.
“I would like to remind you that we will freeze the process if they do not take the necessary measures to meet our conditions,” Erdogan told a news conference after a government meeting in the capital Ankara, adding that Sweden “did not show anything good”. picture “for now. (Turkey-Sweden-Finland-NATO)
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ALGIA – On Monday, Algeria and Italy signed 16 cooperation agreements in the field of energy and other areas during the one-day visit of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune met with Draghi and the two sides signed 16 agreements in the areas of hydrocarbons and renewable energy, investment, the pharmaceutical industry, scientific research and so on. (Algeria-Italy-Gas supply)
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ANKARA – Delegations from Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations are likely to meet this week for a new round of talks on Ukrainian grain exports, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Monday.
The first meeting held on Wednesday in Istanbul ended with a consensus on “a plan, general principles” regarding the export corridor, he said at a meeting with commanders of the Turkish armed forces in the capital Ankara. (Turkey-new quartet meeting)
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JERUSALEM – Monkeypox cases in Israel have risen to 101, with 35 new cases detected in the past week, the county health ministry said in a statement on Monday.
The ministry said it had ordered 10,000 doses of vaccine produced by the Danish manufacturer Bavarian Nordic, of which 2,000 doses would arrive immediately and the rest within a few weeks. (Israel-Monkeypox)