Poland: $1.3 trillion WWII reparations request

Brussels 04.10.2022 Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau has signed a diplomatic note to Germany concerning reparations for World War II, framing the demand for compensation before a visit by Berlin’s top diplomat. Poland demands nearly $1.3 trillion in WWII damages from Germany https://t.co/iG8cFUNFmZ — Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) October 4, 2022 The controversial gesture occurred…

Scholz refuses Russian oil soon

Brussels 02.05.2022 The European Union will stop importing Russian coal in summer and will refuse Russian oil by the end of 2022, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (pictured) said in an interview with The Indian Express newspaper published on Monday, May 5.(Image above: illustration). The European Union will stop importing Russian coal in summer and will…

Russia recognises Donetsk and Lugansk independence

Brussels 21.02.2022 Before the signature Russian President Putin informed President of France Emmanuel Macron and Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz of his intention to endorse the decree to recognise Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. https://twitter.com/NewsReaderYT/status/1495847322126798855?s=20&t=nd5RNwJ__ifjmGE-YKT-_A The leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, Denis Pushilin and Leonid Pasechnik, asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to…

Japan considers sanitary regime

Brussels 06.02.2022 Japan plans to decide whether to extend a COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency in Tokyo and 12 prefectures in the first half of this week, government sources said Sunday, February 6. Japan to decide COVID quasi-emergency extension in 1st half of weekhttps://t.co/2YMqUFL9ZK — Kyodo News | Japan (@kyodo_english) February 6, 2022 Prime Minister Fumio…

EU welcomes Serbia reforms

Brusssels 14.01.2022 “France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union welcome Serbia’s January 16 national referendum on constitutional changes as a key step to strengthen the independence of the judiciary and to enhance the transparency and effectiveness of the country’s rule of law institutions. We believe that these reforms are…

Merkel antivaxers exclusion

Brussels 02.12.2021 Angela Merkel has announced a de facto lockdown of the unvaccinated, and that Germany’s parliament Bundestag will soon vote on making vaccination mandatory. Merkel Announces Restrictions on Unvaccinated, Vote on Making Jabs Compulsory https://t.co/rsS1N8hqkN — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) December 2, 2021 Germany’s outgoing Chancellor has announced that the authorities will be barring the…

Germany: centre-left at rise

Brussels 27.09.2021 The projections suggest the centre-left parties were the biggest winners of the election. Both the SPD and the Greens are on course to gain more than 5% compared to their result in the last federal election in 2017. Germany's Social Democrats narrowly won Sunday's national election, projected results showed. The party claimed a…

Danish NSA spies on EU leaders

Bruxelles 30.05.2021 Denmark’s secret service helped the US National Security Agency (NSA) to spy on European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, a European media investigation published on Sunday revealed. (Image: illustration). BREAKING: Denmark's secret service has helped the United States spy on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European politicians.https://t.co/loxpAw6UKg…

Navalny: OPCW confirms Novichok

Experts from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) confirmed that the banned nerve agent called “Novichok” was found in samples taken from poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, the U.K.’s envoy to the body via his Twitter micro blog on October 6. #Navalny poisoning: @OPCW report confirms presence of a Novichok substance…

Hungary official refused word by German press

Hungary State Secretary Zoltán Kovács’s response to Der Tagesspiegel – has been refused the publication of his response ot Der Tagesspiegel, and started to share it via social media:“In an article published last week in German daily Der Tagesspiegel entitled “Why nationalism doesn’t help against the pandemic,” Judith Langowski and Jonas Bickelmann claim that instead…