- Daily Brief
- July 2, 2022
Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto hosts the first day of an informal meeting of Nordic and African foreign ministers dubbed
The Kyrgyz-German Business Forum, “Day of German Business”, will be held today in Bishkek. The economic forum is a collaboration
France will hold parliamentary elections today following Emmanuel Macron’s win in the April 24 presidential election. Macron’s La République En
The World Trade Organization (WTO) will hold its 12th four-day ministerial conference for its 164 member countries in Geneva today.
Finnish President Sauli Niinisto will host the 2022 Kultaranta talks at the presidential summer residence today and tomorrow. The Kultaranta
Hong Kong real estate developer Nan Hai Corporation’s assets will be frozen by creditors today. The freeze is due to
The 110th session of the International Labor Conference will conclude today. The annual conference has been ongoing since May 27
Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) will launch nationwide protests today. The protests were planned amid ongoing nationwide unrest after the ouster of Prime Minister
The Belarusian military concludes exercises with new land strike groups today. The strike groups have trained for quick mobilization and
The International Institute for Strategic Studies’ 19th Asia Security Summit will return today in Singapore after a two-year pandemic-related hiatus.
Ghana is set to celebrate Green Ghana Day today. Established as part of the Ministry of Land and Natural Resources’
A summit of the Bucharest Nine regional defense group will take place today in Romania. The nine member states will