Egypt to raise Suez Canal transit fees for ships in 2023
Egypt has said that it will increase transit fees for vessels, including oil-laden tankers, passing through Suez Canal, one of the world's most crucial waterways.
The Suez Canal Authority said in a statement on Sept. 17 that it will add 15 percent to the fees for tankers carrying oil and petroleum products, and 10 percent for dry bulk carriers and cruise ships.
Leading Bulgarian Industries presented Themselves during the BSMEPA Meet the Bulgarian Industry event
Leading Bulgarian industries presented their activity, export opportunities and partnership to representatives of the diplomatic corps in Bulgaria from over 30 embassies within the framework of the "Meet the Bulgarian Industry" conference organized by BSMEPA.
Greek Phalanx vs. Roman Legion: A history of the most powerful military formations in the ancient world
Lost treasures Egyptians want back
For decades, Egyptians have dreamed of bringing back some of the glories of their ancient civilization scattered across museums and private collections across the world.
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UN chief appeals to world to help badly flood-hit Pakistan
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed to the world to help Pakistan after arriving in the country Friday to see damage from the record floods that have killed hundreds and left more than half a million people homeless and living in tents under the open sky.
Fajon calls for cooperation in dealing with global challenges in Cairo
Cairo – Foreign Minister Tanja Fajon stressed the importance of cooperation and dialogue in dealing with key global challenges as she addressed a ministerial of the Arab League in Egypt’s Cairo on Tuesday. She also presented to the ministers Slovenia’s bid for the UN Security Council in 2024-25.
Ministry returns Egyptian artifacts
The Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry has returned Egypt's stolen artifacts to the country.
The artifacts, such as the Kaaba key and an embroidered bag, which were found in a cargo package sent from Egypt last year, were returned by Gökhan Yazgı, the head of the Directorate General of Cultural Assets and Museums of the ministry.
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Grain export deal allowed 122 ships to set sail in month
The Joint Coordination Center (JJC) established in Istanbul to oversee Ukrainian grain exports has allowed 122 ships to move from and to Ukraine for grain shipment since Aug. 1.
Are East Mediterranean Gas Resources the Solution to Europe's Energy Crisis?
The Russian invasion of Ukraine more than 6 months ago has caused a dramatic spike in natural gas prices and caused repeated energy shocks in Europe. The EU has accused Moscow of using energy as a weapon, while Russia denies this and blames western sanctions for the drop in exports.
Cyprus: How the huge natural gas deposits can affect the region’s geopolitics
"Kronos", "Glaucus", "Aphrodite", "Calypso" are planets, gods and muses, but also plots with trillions of cubic meters of natural gas in the Cypriot EEZ.