China wants access to Cambodia’s COVID-19 tracing data
TPO – Chinese Ambassador Wang Wentian recently met with Cambodian officials and expressed his request to access a tracing application called “Stop COVID-19” that Cambodia has just launched, Asia Times cited sources familiar with the matter. subject said.
The US Navy has something to disable Chinese ‘carrier killers’
TPO – That is the MQ-25 Stingray aerial refueling drone.
Revealing the reason why Biden did not hold a joint press conference with Putin after the summit
TPO – The White House announced that US President Joe Biden will hold a private press conference instead of a joint one after meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin next week.
Brazilian president fined for marching without a mask
TPO – Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro led thousands of supporters on motorbikes through the streets of Sao Paulo on Saturday, but he was not wearing a mask.
Resumption of Iran nuclear talks: US and Iran sit in two hotels opposite each other
TPO – On June 12, Iran and the United States held indirect talks on restoring the Iran nuclear deal. The EU says negotiations are tense and Germany calls for progress to be made quickly.
Vaccine passports are taking shape
TP – As of early June, dozens of countries have plans to apply vaccine passports, including China, Singapore, the US, UK, France and many other European countries… Countries with tourism industries All developers want to apply the vaccine passport from the summer tourist season 2021.
24H WORLD: Chikungunya disease broke out in 13 provinces in Cambodia
TPO – Cambodia confirmed an outbreak of Chikungunya disease in 13 provinces, sickening more than 500 people.
Every day over 5,000 cases of COVID-19, Malaysia extends the blockade order for another two weeks
TPO – Malaysia will extend the blockade for another two weeks, until June 28, because the number of new COVID-19 cases is still above 5,000 cases / day.
Putin hopes Biden is less ‘impulsive’ than Trump
TPO – Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed hope on June 11 that US President Joe Biden will not be as impulsive as his predecessor Donald Trump. The remarks came after the two leaders were about to meet face-to-face.