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In Syria, Israeli warplanes fired missiles at residential areas, which were repulsed. According to the international news agency, Israeli warplanes fired missiles at the Musayyaf area of Syria, which was thwarted by the Syrian air defense system. According to Syrian state television, Israeli warplanes fired the missiles north of the Lebanese city of Tripoli, but there was no loss of life or property as a result of the timely response. Israel has not yet confirmed or denied the attack, but in the past Israeli warplanes have violated Lebanese borders and attacked Syrian territory. Meanwhile, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights claimed that Israeli warplanes flying low from Lebanon hit an Iranian weapons depot in Syria, killing six members of the Iranian-backed militia.
The Israeli minister has claimed that the fifth Islamic country will soon recognize Israel. In an interview with local TV, Israeli Minister for Regional Cooperation Ofer Akonis said the United States would announce the establishment of Israeli diplomatic relations with another Islamic country before Trump steps down from the US presidency on January 20. The Israeli minister declined to name the Muslim country, but said there could be two major candidates. Oman is one of the strongest candidates, while Saudi Arabia is not currently in relations with Israel. Regarding the other candidate country, he said that it is an eastern country and a big Muslim country, but it is not Pakistan. Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country by population, announced last week that it would not recognize Israel without a Palestinian state. In the last days of President Trump’s presidency, four Muslim countries, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco, have established diplomatic relations with Israel. On the other hand, the governments of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have denied such speculations.
The months-long trade dispute between the European Union and the United Kingdom over Bridget finally came to an end and a new agreement was reached. British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) to report that we have overcome my own rules and target of the Downing Street press conference with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said. Details of the agreement have not yet been released, but Boris Johnson claimed that “this agreement is good for the whole of Europe.” The UK will pull out of EU trade rules next week, even though the agreement was a year ago to secede from trade. The announcement of Boris Johnson has paved the way for the creation of two separate economies in the form of the United Kingdom and the European Union, and has created convenience for British citizens who are already suffering from the corona virus. During the press conference, the British Prime Minister said that the agreement of 668 billion euros per annum would protect employment across the country and British products would be sold without tariffs and without quotas in the European market. Later, on March 29 this year, the British Parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Bridgett Agreement for the third time by a majority. In the British capital, 286 votes were cast in favor of the Bridgett agreement, while 344 votes were cast against it. On April 11 this year, European leaders agreed to extend the Bridgett agreement with Britain for six months. The decision to expand Bridget was made by 27 European leaders after talks in Brussels. It should be noted that the UK joined the European Economic Community in 1973, but some quarters in the UK have repeatedly complained that the free trade community is being used for political purposes. Damages the sovereignty of member countries. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. It will be possible to spend in the country.
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