The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed “concern” about the adoption by the Polish government of a bill establishing a commission to investigate Russian influence. Serb demonstrators clashed with NATO peacekeepers in Kosovo. North Korea announces the launch of the first military spy satellite. Here are five things you should know today.
1 – State Department on “Lex Tusk”
president Andrey Duda He announced, on Monday, that he had signed a law creating a commission to examine Russian influence, called Lex Tusk, and then referred it to the Constitutional Court.
Read more: “Lex Tusk” signed by the President
And issued a statement from Monday to Tuesday evening in this regard US Department of State. “The US government is concerned about the adoption by the Polish government of new legislation that could be used to interfere with free and fair elections in Poland,” a State Department spokesperson said in a statement. United States of America Matthew Miller.
2. Clashes between Serb demonstrators and NATO peacekeeping forces
In the city of Zvecan, the Kosovo police, made up mainly of Albanians, used pepper spray in an attempt to fend off the attack Protesters attack to the local authority headquarters. The Reuters news agency reported that Serb protesters attacked KFOR’s forces with tear gas and stun grenades, and painted the letters “Z” on NATO vehicles, in a symbol of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
It was also added that, in Leposavić, Serbs threw whites at the car of the newly elected mayor of the city. US KFOR forces erected a barbed wire barrier around the municipal building, preventing an aggressive mob from entering the building.
3. Suspension of freight traffic at the border with Belarus
From June 1, freight traffic will be suspended at the border with Belarus for trucks, tractors and trailers, including semi-trailers and vehicle combinations registered in the territory of Belarus and Russia, in accordance with the regulations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration.
Earlier on Monday, the head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration decided to include 365 representatives of the Belarusian regime, as well as 20 entities and 16 entrepreneurs mainly associated with the Russian capital, on the sanctions list. Kamensky announced his decision on Friday when he announced the Belarusian supreme court She upheld the conviction of an activist from the Polish minority Andrei Bokzobot To eight years in a maximum security penal colony.
4. North Korea announces the launch of a spy satellite
North Korea will launch its first military spy satellite in June to monitor “dangerous US military activities,” North Korea’s state news agency KCNA reported.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un He had announced earlier the deployment of a network of spy satellites in order to “increase the country’s intelligence capabilities.”
5. Erdogan’s victory in the presidential elections in Türkiye
Rajab is good Erdogan won the elections presidency in Türkiye. According to official data, in the second round of the presidential elections on Sunday, Erdogan won 52.14 percent of the vote, and his opponent – the candidate of the majority of the Turkish opposition, Kemal Kilicdaroglu – received 47.86 percent.
The leader of the Justice and Development Party has secured the country’s highest office for the third time in a row. His term will last five years. For the first time in Turkey’s history, a president was elected on Sunday in the second round of elections.
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