Bulgaria PM Survives vote

Bulgaria’s government led by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov not surprisingly survived its first no-confidence motionafter getting support from a majority of MPs. The motion was filed by the main opposition party, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), and was doomed to fail as Borissov’s government has a comfortable majority to support it in parliament.  131 MPs votedContinue reading “Bulgaria PM Survives vote”

EU in deep Recession

 “The EU economy will experience a deep recession this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, despite the swift and comprehensive policy response at both EU and national levels. Because the lifting of lockdown measures is proceeding at a more gradual pace than assumed in our Spring Forecast, the impact on economic activity in 2020 willContinue reading “EU in deep Recession”

WHO DG Media Briefing

WHO Director-General’s opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19 – 20 July 2020 20 July 2020 Good morning, good afternoon and good evening.  Although people of all walks of life are affected by COVID-19, the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people are especially at risk. That is true of indigenous peoples all over theContinue reading “WHO DG Media Briefing”

EU Leader on Covid Recovery

Agreements offers budget covid crisis, how money spend in right way offer 750 million Euro. Fund for Green deals recovery and digitisation and investment recovery. European Union leaders have finally agreed a €1.82trn budget and coronavirus recovery fund after four days of sometimes bitter negotiations. The €750bn (£677bn) coronavirus fund will be used as loansContinue reading “EU Leader on Covid Recovery”

King Salmon medical check

Saudi King Salman admitted to hospital for medical checkups. King Salman: Saudi Arabia’s 84-year-old ruler admitted to hospital. The 84-year-old, who has ruled the country since 2015, is undergoing medical checks at a hospital in the capital Riyadh. Saudi King Salman has been admitted to the King Faisal Hospital in Riyadh for medical checkup dueContinue reading “King Salmon medical check”

Tokyo protests on China’ Sea survey

Japan has protested to Beijing over a Chinese survey ship that operated for 10 days inside the exclusive economic zone claimed by Japan around Okinotorishima, a tiny island in the Pacific Ocean. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Monday that coastguard officials spotted a Chinese ship using survey equipment in the waters on JulyContinue reading “Tokyo protests on China’ Sea survey”

UK doses vaccines

 90 million doses of potential coronavirus vaccines in deals with biotech firms are BioNTech, Pfizer and Valneva.  UK government said Monday it has secured access to 90 million doses of potential coronavirus vaccines in deals with biotech firms BioNTech, Pfizer and Valneva. Business Secretary Alok Sharma said Britain would now have access to three different typesContinue reading “UK doses vaccines”

Coronavirus an insolvency time bomb

Governments around the world are scrambling to save companies battered by coronavirus lockdowns but the world is nevertheless facing a massive surge in bankruptcies by a third, a study conducted by a trade insurance firm said Monday. “COVID-19 is creating an insolvency time bomb,” said the report by Euler Hermes, predicting a 35% cumulative jumpContinue reading “Coronavirus an insolvency time bomb”