Government officials of Central Asia gathered today at World Bank hosted regional conference to endorse the Central Asia One Health Framework for Action- a regional cooperation program designed to enhance the quality and productivity of health, agriculture, and environment sectors across the region.
In a recent statement, Fahrettin Altun, the Communications Director of the Republic of Türkiye, affirmed the nation’s steadfast commitment to supporting Palestine. The announcement came in response to what Altun described as efforts by the Israeli Prime Minister and Foreign Minister to divert attention from what he called "war crimes against civilians."
Presidency’s Directorate of Communications has published a book titled "Türkiye’s Peace Diplomacy for the Just Cause of Occupied Palestine," which was specially prepared for the summit titled "United for Peace in Palestine," hosted by First Lady Emine Erdoğan in Istanbul and attended by the spouses of heads of state and government, as well as special representatives from many countries. An exhibition titled "Gaza: Resisting Humanity" was also organized by the Directorate of Communications as a part of the Summit.
Turkiye’s First Lady Emine Erdoğan tomorrow will host the summit titled “One Heart for Palestine” with the spouses of leaders in Istanbul.
According to the SITA – Passenger IT Insights 2023 study, passengers continue to use mobile services and biometrics to optimize travel planning.
Several strong aftershocks were recorded 30 km from the city of Herat. Just last week, an earthquake in the same area killed more than two thousand people, DW reports.
The Council of Heads of states of the Commonwealth of Independent States adopted a number of documents on supporting and promoting the Russian language in the CIS in Bishkek on 13 October. This was reported by the press service of the CIS Executive Committee.
A medal “For contribution to strengthening peace” was established in the Commonwealth of Independent States. The corresponding decision was made on 13 October in Bishkek by the participants of the meeting of the Council of Heads of states of the CIS. This was reported by the press service of the CIS Executive Committee.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) published its annual report “Energy, Electricity and Nuclear Energy Assessments to 2050”, the presentation of which took place during the recent opening of the 2nd IAEA International Conference on climate change and the role of nuclear energy Atoms4NetZero in Vienna.