MONRING NEWS BRIEF [September 28, 2021]

MONRING NEWS BRIEF [September 28, 2021]

MONRING NEWS BRIEF [September 28, 2021] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
HOT NEWS
  1. The U.S Senator said in the statement that the Congress will seek to impose new sanctions against Turkey if they purchase the additional Russian air defense systems. Source: Sputnik
  2. DPRK’s Ambassador to the UN stated that the country is willing to respond to peace with the U.S. if they end the hostile policy and permanently halt defence activities with ROK. Source: KBS World Radio
  3. Britain will begin the talks with 11 members of the CPTPP in request to join the pact, a move to forge stronger ties with the fastest-growing economies after Brexit trade plans. Source: Reuters
WORLD
  1. Unidentified aircrafts striked the base owned by the Iranian-backed militia in Syria’s eastern province near the Iraqi border where Tehran expanded their military presence. Source: The Jerusalem Post
  2. The U.S. Republican voted to block the legislation that keeps the government funded and to lift the limit on federal borrowing and provide emergency aid to Afghanistan. Source: Sputnik
  3. Tunisians have again staged protests against President Kais amid the suspension of parliament that led to the resignation of over a hundred government officials. Source: CGTN
REGIONS
  1. Beijing lashed out at the WTO, calling the organization erroneous and dangerous, after the WTO rejected its complaints against Washington in the solar panel cells squabble. Source: CNA
  2. Indian farmers took to the streets in a nationwide demonstration against the controversial agricultural reforms, which deregulates the agriculture sectors. Source: CGTN
  3. The government of Japan is seeking advices to lift all emergency restrictions at the end of September, following the relaxation of the pandemic and medical attention. Source: The Straits Times
CAMBODIA
  1. PM Hun Sen affirmed that Cambodia will be a safe tourism destination for tourists when the Kingdom reopens for visitors as almost all of the population has been vaccinated. Source: Khmer Times
  2. The MoEYS announced to permit universities across the country to reopen, but must follow the SOP and preventive measures in order to prevent the spread of the pandemic. Source: The Phnom Penh Post
  3. The MLVT asked the Australia Embassy to provide more opportunities to Cambodians to work in Australia, especially in construction, service and industry sectors. Source: The Phnom Penh Post