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He spoke with the diplomatic adviser to the French president, Emmanuel Bonne. He also assessed that it is necessary to rebuild a balanced, efficient and sustainable European security system in accordance with the principle of indivisibility of security.
That is the only way to achieve long-term stability in Europe, Wang said, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated.
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Canada bans foreign home buyers for two years to cool market
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government announced Thursday it will ban foreign investors from buying homes in Canada for two years in a bid to cool off a hot housing market.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland took a number of measures to tamp down speculation and demand amid record home prices in announcing the federal budget for the year.
The EP has approved € 3.4 billion for countries that have accepted refugees from Ukraine
EU countries that have taken refuge from the Russian invasion of Ukraine will immediately receive 3.4 billion euros, MEPs in Strasbourg have decided.
At its session, the European Parliament gave the green light to redirect EU funds for regional development and asylum to member states sheltering Ukrainian refugees. MEPs have now adopted additional emergency measures to support them.
Belarus intervened; Fighting in the Black Sea; Ukraine has a new proposal
A two-thirds majority in the UN General Assembly is needed to suspend a country. Russia is currently in the second year of its three-year mandate in the UNHRC, which consists of 47 members.
Withdrawal of Russian troops completed; United States warns: Long-term consequences
The UN General Assembly will vote today on the request of Western countries for Russia to be excluded from the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) due to its military intervention in Ukraine, the UN said.
Turkey calls for probe into civilian deaths in Ukraine’s Bucha
Turkish Foreign Ministry on April 6 called for an independent investigation into the murder of civilians in the town of Bucha and other cities in Ukraine.
Day 41 of the Invasion of Ukraine: New sanctions against Russia, increasing Military aid to Ukraine
New sanctions against Russia, increasing military aid to Ukraine. Here are the more important events of the 41st day of the war in Ukraine.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky presented a list of alleged Russian atrocities in a speech to the UN Security Council
US to announce new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine killings
United States was expected to announce tough new sanctions on Russia Wednesday, including a ban on new investments, a day after Ukraine's president showed the UN Security Council harrowing images of violence and accused Moscow of widespread atrocities.
NATO is Strengthening its Eastern Flank: 900 US troops are already in Bulgaria
NATO has made progress in strengthening its eastern flank, with four new multinational battle groups in Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria reaching their first level of combat readiness. This was announced by the DPA news agency, citing a spokesman for the North Atlantic Alliance.
Day 40 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Moscow denies War Crimes accusations
Ukraine, Europe and the United States have accused Russia of war crimes following the discovery of the bodies of civilians killed in the city of Bucha, not far from Kyiv, following the withdrawal of Russian forces.
Russian War Crimes in Ukraine: Streets of Bucha filled with Dead Bodies, 300 buried in Mass Graves (GRAPHIC)