EU will contract with Moderna for 160 million doses of vaccine

Once the vaccine proves its effectiveness and safety, every EU country will receive it on equal terms. The EU leadership has reached an agreement with American biotechnology company Moderna to purchase a potential coronavirus vaccine COVID-19. This was said by President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels, reports Reuters on Tuesday, November 24. “Tomorrow… Read More »

Named iPhone models that will not receive an upgrade to iOS 15

Apple plans to complete updates support for some of its smartphones. This is reported by the portal The Verifier, with reference to sources within the company. We are talking about iOS 15, which will be presented in 2021. Until it can not update the iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus. These smartphones came out in 2015-2016… Read More »

Georgia’s election committee had previously approved the results of the November 3 presidential election

The recount in the state of Georgia, which requested the election headquarters of Donald Trump, will end on December 2, Reuters reports with reference to the state authorities. Georgia’s election committee had previously approved the results of the November 3 presidential election, in which Democrat Joe Biden was named the state winner. Trump’s headquarters said it demanded “a… Read More »

SpaceX cosmodrome will conduct an environmental impact assessment

The U.S. authorities will conduct an environmental impact assessment of the SpaceX cosmodrome in Texas, reported the Federal Civil Aviation Administration (FAA). The SpaceX Company informed about its intention to launch super-heavy missiles from its Boca Chica, Texas. The FAA has decided that this will require additional licenses and environmental expertise. “In order to obtain licenses, SpaceX must,… Read More »

Michigan officially approved Biden’s victory in state

The American state of Michigan officially approved the results of the presidential elections on its territory, the victory was won by Democrat Joe Biden. At the online voting, three representatives of the State Department voted for the approval of the election results, and one abstained. Winning in Michigan gives Biden 16 votes. Previously, the leadership of the Republicans… Read More »

Japan is retiring the fighters that “have been keeping China in tension for decades”.

On November 20, 2020, at Hyakuri Air Base (Ibaraki Prefecture, 80 km northeast of Tokyo), where the 301st Japan Air Self-Defense Force Squadron (JASDF) is stationed, a farewell ceremony for McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II fighter-bombers was held. These legendary aircraft for decades, almost 50 years, “kept China in suspense”, writes the EurAsian Times. JASDF planned to remove… Read More »

New power in Moldova: Sandu may disappoint not only Russia, but also Ukraine.

As soon as the hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh came to an end, Russia was faced with the prospect of unfreezing another long-standing conflict in the post-Soviet space. A change of power in Moldova from “pro-Russian” President Dodon to pro-Western Maya Sanda could lead to the expulsion of peacekeepers and Russian troops, economic strangulation, and a blockade of Transdniestria. However,… Read More »

The U.S. is creating a fist strike at the Russian borders.

Americans continue to demonstrate their “peacefulness” at the borders of Russia. They are currently conducting another rotation of their units on the eastern flank of NATO. Neither the COVID-19 pandemic nor social tensions and electoral turmoil in the u.s. have had any impact on this process. Washington, D.C. believes that curbing Moscow’s “aggressiveness” in Europe is a top… Read More »

Minsk and Moscow will respond to EU sanctions in a coordinated manner

Russia and Belarus have to respond to the EU sanctions and do it in a coordinated manner. This was announced today, November 23, by Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko. According to him, relations with the EU will be discussed in detail at a meeting of the panels of the Russian and Belarusian Foreign Ministries on November 25-26. “It… Read More »