Today World Top Stories || A Bomb Blast & A Helicopter Crash In Afghanistan | US-Russia Tensions Rise | US Troops From Afghanistan, Difficult To Withdrawal by May 1 | Impose Sanctions On China
US President Joe Biden has called Russian President Vladimir Putin an assassin and said he will have to pay a price soon. In an interview with the American media, the President, in response to a journalist’s question, blamed the Russian President for the attacks in the United States and called him a murderer. “I know Putin very well. He will have to pay the price for his intervention. In my opinion, he is responsible for killing American citizens,” he said. “You will see that Vladimir Putin will soon have to pay the price for his guilt,” Biden told reporters. Earlier, the Election Commission released a 15-page report on Russian interference in the elections, which was compiled in the light of information provided by intelligence. A report released on Tuesday states that Trump’s ally and a Russian figure accused Joe Biden of trying to destabilize the United States, which led to a “Capitol Hill” tragedy. Surprisingly, the report revealed that Trump tried various tactics to get votes in the election, he also sought the support of Iran, on which the Iranian authorities launched a ‘secret campaign’.
US President Joe Biden says the complete withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan by May 1 will be difficult. According to a report by the French news agency AFP, in an interview with American TV, President Joe Biden said that the evacuation of American prisoners from Afghanistan by May 1 is possible but very difficult, it may happen but it is very difficult, at the time of evacuation. Joe Biden said the former president did not discuss it in a very concrete manner, and that it took time to work on the issue because there was no smooth transfer of power. We are now discussing the issue of Afghanistan. On the other hand, reacting cautiously to the decision of US President Joseph Biden, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has said that withdraw the army by May 1, otherwise be prepared to suffer the consequences. He said that according to the Doha agreement, the United States should end its occupation of Afghanistan by May 1. If the army does not withdraw, the United States will be responsible for all the consequences.
Two EU diplomats say has agreed to blacklist several Chinese officials for human rights abuses. The sanctions are the first since the European Union imposed an arms embargo on Beijing in 1989 following the Tiananmen Square crackdown. According to the foreign news agency ‘Reuters’, the EU diplomats approved the imposition of travel bans on four Chinese officials and a company and the freezing of assets. The names of the individuals and the company will not be revealed until the formal approval of the EU foreign ministers on March 22. “Steps have been taken to curb serious human rights abuses and violence,” said a bloc diplomat. EU diplomats say “Chinese officials have been accused of human rights abuses against the Uighur Muslim minority.” He said the move reflects serious concerns about the Uighurs in Europe, the United States and Canada. The European Union last imposed sanctions on its second trading partner, China, in June 1989, and imposed an arms embargo on Beijing, which is still in place. Social workers and UN rights experts say at least one million Muslims are being held in camps in China’s remote western region of Xinjiang. Social activists and some Western politicians accuse China of torturing, forcing and sterilizing Muslims. After Canada and the United States, the Dutch parliament also called China’s treatment of Uighurs genocide, which China rejected. The Chinese mission to the European Union reprinted on Twitter a statement by Chinese Ambassador Zhang Ming regarding the new sanctions, saying “Beijing will not change its policies.” “Sanctions are confrontational, we want negotiations, not confrontation. We will ask the EU to reconsider its decision. If anyone insists on confrontation, we will not back down and we have the people,” the Chinese mission said. There will be no other way but to fulfill our responsibilities. China denies any human rights abuses in Xinjiang, saying the camps provide vocational training and are needed to combat extremism. The diplomats said the 11 names approved by the European Union included officials from Russia, Libya, South Sudan and North Korea.