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  • Tuesday February 2nd, 2021

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [FEBRUARY 02, 2021]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [FEBRUARY 02, 2021]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [FEBRUARY 02, 2021] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
HOT NEWS
  1. Iran’s Foreign Minister seeked coordination from the EU to synchronize the effort of the U.S. and Iran to return to the 2015 Nuclear Accord. Source: Al Jazeera
  2. A close aide of Navalny was recorded in a tape, seeking for funds from a British spy and suggesting that his anti-corrupted works may benefit firms in London. Source: RT
  3. U.S President Biden is conducting an immediate review of the sanction law and considering appropriate action over the coup that overthrowing the Myanmar government. Source: Reuters
WORLD
  1. The UK made a formal request to join the CPTPP trade pact with aims to help strengthen and expand the global investment and trading system. Source: SCMP
  2. French lawmakers are debating on the implementation of a new bill called the islamist takeover bill prevent further damage to national unity from seperatism. Source: Sputnik
  3. Israeli officials have dismissed U.S. proposal to supervise the security inspection in the Haifa port as the Washington government is concerned over the Chinese’s control. Source: Sputnik
REGIONS
  1. Myanmar’s military has conducted a coup to overthrow the government that has effectively removed 24 ministers, while nominating 11 replacement for the new administration. Source: CNA
  2. China pledged to further supply the COVID-19 vaccines to more developing countries, in their commitment to contribute to building the community of health for all. Source: Xinhua Net
  3. Hong Kong announced to extend their social distancing measures for another two weeks, ban more than two people gathering and impose stricter testing rules. Source: The Straits Times

 

CAMBODIA
  1. Australia is committed to grant approximately USD 28 million worth to support the distribution of WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines in Cambodia. Source: AKP
  2. A group of 92 Cambodian multi-role military service members, including 15 women, has begun their journey to Lebanon to carry out the UN Peacekeeping mission.  Source: The Phnom Penh Post 
  3. The Prime Minister said that the revenue from the oil sector will have a small impact on the country’s economy compared with other key industries, including tourism. Source: AKP

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