The Prime Minister of Turkey, Binali Yildirim, communicated to his Iraqi counterpart Haider Al-Abadi the need to take joint action to avoid Iraqi Kurdistan´s secession, official sources said this Thursday.
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The Presidents of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and of Russia, Vladimir Putin, will meet this Thursday in Ankara to talk about the regional situation and reinforce bilateral cooperation.
The second Secretary of the National Committee of the Young Communist League of Cuba (UJC), Ronal Hidalgo, said this Thursday that the Cuban delegation will set forth in the 19th World Youth Festival the challenges to make possible a better world.
President Joao Lourenço received on Tuesday afternoon in Luanda Cuban first Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, who head the Cuban delegation to the inauguration of the new Angolan President.
The Venezuelan people, both the progressive forces and opposition sectors, insist today to carry out the elections of October 15 to elect 23 regional governors.
President Trump’s recent words in the UN demonstrate his attachment and intentions to dominate the countries struggling for their development by force, Liuber Guerra said.
The President of the Chamber of Senators of Bolivia, Jose Alberto Gonzalez, condemned the interference of the Secretary General of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, in the internal affairs of that country, and accused him of overreaching in his functions.
The Cuban first Vice-President, Miguel Diaz-Canel, said this Tuesday that the island will always be next to Angola, because they are united by historical ties of close brotherhood, solidarity, cultural and political.
Brigades of Mexican rescuers and 20 other countries continue searching survivors in the capital of that nation, after the earthquake of 7.1 degrees.
Venezuela’s Foreign minister, Jorge Arreaza, said this Monday at the UN that his country does not consider the people of the United States an enemy, and is willing to dialogue with the American government, despite its hostile behavior.