Today Top Stories || Trump Has Set A Condition For Resigning | Fly Dubai Launches Regular Commercial Flights To Israel | Iran Releases Australian Female Educator In The Exchange For Three Prisoners
US President Donald Trump has made his resignation from the White House conditional on formal approval from Biden’s Electoral College.
According to the World News Agency, President Donald Trump has set a new condition for acknowledging his defeat and stepping down. Donald Trump says those who have won a majority in the election are ready to step down if Biden’s victory is formally accepted by the Electoral College.
Speaking to reporters on the eve of Thanksgiving, President Trump said that if Joe Biden’s victory in the Electoral College persisted, he would not hesitate to leave the White House to concede defeat, but to take the oath of office (January 20). Until then, many new things will emerge that could change the situation.
Electors elected by popular vote in the US presidential election endorse the winning candidate, after which the successful candidate is sworn in on January 20. President Trump is waiting for a miracle before this day, while Joe Biden has also announced the members of his cabinet.
Democrat Joe Biden won the US presidential election with 306 electoral votes out of 538, while President Trump lost his second term with 232 votes. However, President Trump has not yet acknowledged his defeat while in power in the White House. Proceedings have begun for the transfer.
Fly Dubai resumed regular flights after the establishment of relations between the UAE and Israel and the first flight was from Dubai to Tel Aviv and from there back to Dubai.
According to the AFP news agency, when the first flight of Fly Dubai reached Tel Aviv from Dubai, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was also present there.
This is a historic moment
Benjamin Netanyahu said of Fly Dubai’s first flight to Tel Aviv, four hours from Dubai.
He said to the passengers
Peace be upon you, come here again and again
The Fly Dubai flight later reached Dubai for the first time directly from Tel Aviv, the first scheduled commercial flight since relations between the two countries were restored.
An immigration official in Dubai “welcomed Dubai” to Israeli travelers, who entered the city and waved some of their hands in a sign of peace.
“This will accelerate peace and development in the Middle East,” UAE Emir Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan said in a recent statement on Twitter, referring to relations with Israel.
The UAE and Israel expect the Corona-affected economy to improve after the relationship, and there will be an exchange of tourists between the two countries.
According to the report, Fly Dubai will have two flights a week to Israel, while commercial flights of Israeli airlines are also expected from next week.
Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways has announced that it will start flights to Tel Aviv from March 2021.
Israel and the UAE announced in August that they would normalize relations and end the UAE’s long-running boycott of Israel through government-level banking and business deals.
Later, the neighboring country Bahrain also signed an agreement with the UAE on September 15 at the White House to normalize relations with Israel.
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are the third and fourth Arab countries to establish relations with Israel, while Egypt and Jordan signed peace agreements with Israel in 1979 and 1994, respectively.
An Israeli delegation left for Bahrain yesterday to formalize the agreement.
Iran releases Australian female educator in exchange for three prisoners
Iran has released Moore Gilbert, a British-Australian woman educator, but Thailand has released three Iranian prisoners in return.
According to the international news agency, Moore Gilbert, a female educator from the University of Melbourne, who has been imprisoned in Iran for two years on charges of espionage, has been granted release from prison. Moore Gilbert was arrested in 2018 and tried in a closed cell and sentenced to 10 years in prison for espionage.
Prior to the release of educator Moore Gilbert, Thailand had extradited three Iranians detained in connection with a failed 2012 bombing of Israeli diplomats, but Thailand described the process as a “prisoner exchange.” Is not valid.
On the other hand, Iranian state media claim that the female educator was released in exchange for the release of 3 Iranian citizens imprisoned abroad. One in three is an Iranian citizen businessman who went to Thailand for business.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.