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Poor countries call for debt revolution at UN summit

Torn down by growing debt and a barrage of crises, leaders of the world's poorest countries have stepped up calls for the rules governing handouts of billions of dollars to be rewritten.

Western nations gave out more than $185 billion in grants and cheap loans in 2021, according to the OECD. Official development assistance is one of the pillars of the international financial system.

Ship with Military Equipment for Training NATO Forces in Bulgaria and Romania arrived from the US in Alexandroupolis

An American ship with military equipment intended for NATO forces stationed in Bulgaria and Romania has arrived at the port of Alexandroupolis, Greece, reported ANA-MPA, quoted by BTA. The cargo is intended for military training in the Black Sea in Southeast Europe.

UN Chief accused Rich Countries and Energy Giants of squeezing Poor Countries

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has accused the world's rich nations and energy giants of squeezing poor countries with "predatory" interest rates and "crushing" fuel prices. Speaking to leaders of more than 40 countries in need, at a conference in Doha, Guterres said rich nations should provide $500 billion a year in aid:

Dacic meets with NATO's San

BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic met with NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Operations Burcu San on Tuesday to discuss the present Serbia-NATO cooperation, the security situation in Kosovo-Metohija and the role of the NATO-led KFOR mission.