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  • Friday October 1st, 2021

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [October 01, 2021]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [October 01, 2021]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [October 01, 2021] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
HOT NEWS
  1. Ethiopia announced the expulsion of seven senior UN officials for meddling in its internal affairs as pressure intensifies on the government over its Tigray blockade. Source: Deutsche Welle
  2. Chinese Amb. to Belgium is accused of hindering China’s democratic process after he warned Belgium lawmakers not to interfere in the issue regarding Hong Kong security law. Source: SCMP
  3. EU-Australia 12th round of trade talks had been postponed by a month amid Australia’s trilateral security partnership with the UK and the U.S. Source: Reuters
WORLD
  1. Israeli Foreign Minister inaugurated their diplomatic mission in Manama, Bahrain, a year after establishing diplomatic ties between the two countries. Source: Sputnik
  2. Russia lashed out at Czech Republic for being discriminatory over their decision to not include China and Russia in the new Dukovany Nuclear power plant project. Source: TASS
  3. U.S. President signed Congress’ stopgap funding bill to avert a shutdown and extend government funding after it passed the House and Senate with bipartisan vote. Source: CNN
REGIONS
  1. North Korea fired a newly developed anti-aircraft missile in its recent series of weapons tests in the midst of the stalled denuclearisation talks with the U.S. Source: CNA
  2. The Chinese Ambassador to India called for a joint effort to bring their bilateral relations back on the path to stable development to ensure mutual benefits for both countries. Source: China.org.cn
  3. The Philippines’ economy will take more than a decade to return to its pre-pandemic growth after it has been shattered by COVID-19 due to unemployment and poverty risks. Source: The Straits Times

 

CAMBODIA
  1. Cambodia and the U.S. discussed trade cooperation and investments as the two countries’ bilateral trade reached more than USD 4 billion in the last seven months. Source: Khmer Times
  2. The spokesperson at the MoJ expressed disappointment over the U.S. recent adoption of Cambodia Democracy Act of 2021 which aimed to sanction some Cambodian officials. Source: AKP
  3. The CDC authorized two new investment projects in the Capital and Kampong Speu, worth USD 33 million, expecting to generate 1,118 more jobs for the locals. Source: Khmer Times

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