The White House has authorized the transmission of daily national security threat reports to Biden

Previously, the power transit team to President-elect Biden was unable to obtain permission because Trump tried to challenge the election results. The White House has authorized the National Intelligence Agency to forward the intelligence community’s daily national security threat report to President Joe Biden. A spokesman for the Donald Trump administration said Tuesday. That decision means Biden will… Read More »

Bigan discussed the situation with Nagorno-Karabakh with Armenian Foreign Minister

In his conversation with Ara Ayvazyan, the Deputy Secretary of State expressed hope for the continuation of close cooperation between the two countries. U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Bigan had a telephone conversation with the Armenian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ara Ayvazyan, the State Department informed. “Deputy Secretary of State Bigan welcomed Foreign Minister Ayvazyan to his… Read More »

Syria said that Israel had conducted air strikes on its territory.

Israel has not commented on these reports The Syrian military suspected Israeli planes of striking points south of Damascus, claiming that it caused only material damage. The report of the attack on Tuesday night referred to an unspecified military official. It said the military aircraft struck south of Damascus shortly before midnight from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The… Read More »

Kerry promises to bring America back to the climate change challenge

Former state secretary, who signed the Paris Agreement, will be a special envoy on climate issues in the future Biden administration. WASHINGTON – John Kerry’s two-year-old granddaughter sat on his lap when he, as Secretary of State, signed the Paris Climate Agreement on behalf of the United States in 2016. When President-elect Joe Biden announced Monday that he… Read More »

Biden talked about plans for the first 100 days of his presidency.

Democrat Joe Biden, who had previously announced his victory in the U.S. presidential election, shared his plans for the first 100 days of his presidency. He said his administration would devote that time to migration reform and the fight against coronavirus. “I will send the Senate an immigration law to enable more than 11 million unregistered people to… Read More »

The most serious problems for Russia Turkey will create in Ukraine

The discussion that starting in 2014, Ukraine has finally turned from a relatively independent “post-Soviet” state into a country under external administration and is either a colony or a protectorate of its Western “friends” has long ago become commonplace. Recently, however, the destiny of the “nesalezalezhnaya” is increasingly visible not even as the backyards of the European Union… Read More »

Scotland will pass legislation on free gaskets and tampons

Scotland is preparing to become the first country with free gaskets and tampons. The relevant law will be considered today in the local parliament, notes The Independent. It is about the final discussion of the bill, which is called “Bill of Goods for Monthly”. According to it, the government is obliged to provide free access to hygiene products… Read More »