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  • Thursday October 14th, 2021

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [October 14, 2021]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [October 14, 2021]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [October 14, 2021] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
HOT NEWS
  1. China slammed the AUKUS and their non-proliferation leadership as they were based on Cold War mentality which posed serious challenges to the spirit of the NPT. Source: People’s Daily
  2. The Taliban said that the U.S. and EU sanctions could undermine the security sector, adding that the international sanctions would trigger a wave of economic refugees. Source: TRT World
  3. The WHO launched a 26-scientist group called the SAGO, who is tasked to advise the WHO on the global development of pandemic in general and COVID-19 origin-tracing. Source: UN News
WORLD
  1. Mexico and the U.S. agreed to reopen their common border after it was closed due to COVID-19 pandemic, following the positive vaccination progress. Source: China.org.cn
  2. Iranian General said the country has successfully tested the anti-missiles defense system for sensitive areas, ahead of the visit by the EU envoy to discuss nuclear talks. Source: Times of Israel
  3. The U.S. top diplomat warned of other options on Iranian nuclear program if Tehran would not come back in good faith to negotiate in order to revise the 2015 nuclear deal. Source: Deutsche Welle
REGIONS
  1. South Korean and Russian nuclear envoys held talks on plans to resume dialogue with North Korea to maintain peace and stability in the Korean peninsula. Source: KBS World Radio
  2. Russia denounced Japan’s new PM for making territorial claims on the disputed chain of islands between Moscow and Tokyo as he pledged to solve it with a peace treaty. Source: Bloomberg
  3. Deposed Myanmar President testified that he was forced to cede power hours before the coup took place in February, while was also threatened that rejection would result in harm. Source: CNN

 

CAMBODIA
  1. Cambodia called on non-aligned movement nations to further renew their commitment to multilateralism and seek solutions for common challenges. Source: The Phnom Penh Post
  2. Cambodia’s Senate President convened talks with China’s top political advisor as both sides vowed to deepen cooperation in an effort to strengthen bilateral ties between two nations. Source: Khmer Times
  3. Cambodia hosts the 41st ASEAN-TFWG and 13th ASEAN-TTCB meeting, aiming to discuss ASEAN TFA and other progress related to transport, customs, insurance, and beyond. Source: AKP

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