Anadolu Agency’s Morning Briefing – Nov. 27, 2022

The Biden administration scaled back Washington’s sanctions against Venezuela to enable American oil big Chevron to expand its operations.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv and said his country will fulfill its export obligations regarding the supply of grain and other foodstuffs to the global market.

Thousands of teachers in Hungary demonstrated, demanding improvements in working conditions and education reform.

Türkiye extended condolences for a deadly fire in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China, saying: “We expect the reasons of the fire to be made public.”

Kassym-Jomart Tokayev was sworn in as president at the Palace of Independence during the ceremony, which opened with the Kazakh flag, presidential standard and Constitution being brought into the Grand Hall.

China reported 31,709 new coronavirus infections, while 1,893 patients were released from hospital care after recovering in the last 24 hours.

Ukraine’s Parliament Speaker Ruslan Stefanchuk said he would ask his counterparts from around the world to recognize the Holodomor tragedy of 1932 -1933 as “genocide of Ukrainian people” in the Soviet Union.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is determined to make the country and its borders safe through operations it carries out against terrorism.

Russia claimed that the US developed a “synthetic coronavirus pathogen based on the omicron strain and the original ‘Wuhan’ variety.”

At least eight people died and a dozen more are reported missing after a landslide caused by heavy rains struck homes and streets on the southern Italian island of Ischia.

France became the first team to qualify for the round of 16 after beating Denmark 2-1 in their World Cup Group D match.

Argentina shutout Mexico 2-0 in Group C to keep their World Cup dreams alive.

Source: Anadolu Agency