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Vita gazette – From the USA to NATO and the EU, from Russia to China and the Pacific… From energy to armament and hunger… From culture to story and art… From natural disasters to new discoveries and technology… History important notes recorded… ((June 5 – June 12, 2022)

International Relations and Strategies

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, arguing that Western countries are preventing Ukraine from continuing the negotiations, said, “The West forbade the Ukrainians from continuing this process.” (June 5, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said about the Western countries plan to send long-range missiles to Ukraine, “The more long-range weapons you send, the farther we push the line from our lands.” (June 6, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-Serbia: Airspace obstacle to Lavrov: Serbia visit has been cancelled. It was stated that Montenegro, North Macedonia and Bulgaria closed their airspace to Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov. (June 6, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-Serbia: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, regarding the cancellation of his visit to Serbia as a result of the decision to close the airspace of 3 countries, said, “Something meaningless has happened. A sovereign state was deprived of the right to conduct foreign policy. Serbia’s international activities in the direction of Russia have been blocked.” Lavrov stated that they invited his Serbian counterpart to Moscow and said, “No one will be able to disrupt Russia-Serbia relations with such methods.” (June 6, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine- Roman Abramovich: The US Department of Justice has reportedly obtained permission to seize Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s two US-origin planes for the unauthorized flight to Russia. (June 6, 2021)

UK – Boris Johnson: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson won the intra-party vote of confidence by 211 votes to 148. If Johnson lost the vote, he would have to resign as prime minister. (June 6, 2021)

Armament -Norway – Ukraine: Norway announced that 22 self-propelled howitzers (mortars) were sent to Ukraine for support purposes. It was stated that equipment, spare parts and ammunition will be donated together with howitzers and that Norwegian soldiers trained Ukrainian soldiers in Germany on the use of howitzers. (June 8, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-Poland: Reacting to the meetings between Polish President Andrej Duda, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the call not to humiliate Russia, “Second World Did anyone talk to Adolf Hitler like that during his war?” said. (09 June 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-Albania: Albania announced that it will provide 1 million euros worth of aid to Ukraine, which is at war with Russia. (June 10, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-Finland: Finland has decided to put up a wire fence on its border with Russia. (June 10, 2022)

USA-China-Pacific: Australia and New Zealand gave the message that they are cooperating against China in the Pacific. (June 10, 2022)

EU-Ukraine membership: EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said, “Negotiations on Ukraine’s EU candidate status will be concluded within the next week”     (11 June 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-Citizenship: Russia started to grant citizenship to those living in the Kherson and Zaporizhia regions of Ukraine, which is controlled. (11 June 2022)

USA – China: Chinese Defense Minister Vey Fınghı stated that the USA aims to create conflict and confrontation in order to surround China in the Asia-Pacific region, and is trying to create a small special group under the guise of “multilateralism” (June 12, 2022)

USA-EU-NATO-Russia-Ukraine-McDonald: McDonald’s restaurants, which stopped their operations in Russia due to the war in Ukraine and whose 850 restaurants were bought by Russian businessman Alexander Govor, have been replaced by “natives”. On Sunday, queues formed in front of the restaurant, which was opened under the name Vkusno & tochka (Delicious and That’s All). (June 12, 2022)

France – Elections: In France, the people went to the polls for the first round of the general election. In France, where there are approximately 48.7 million voters, the people went to the polls to determine the 577 deputies to serve in the National Assembly. The coalition of the centrist parties supporting Macron completed the election, slightly ahead of the left-wing bloc parties. The three centre-right parties supporting Macron passed the left-wing bloc parties with only 21,442 votes in the first round. The coalition supporting Macron won 25.75 per cent of the vote in the first round. The left bloc, which participated in the elections under the name of “People’s Ecological and Social New Union”, received 25.66 per cent of the vote. (June 12, 2022)

Algeria – Spain: Algeria announced that it has frozen its foreign trade with this country in connection with the decision to “immediately suspend” the 20-year friendship and good neighbourly agreement with Spain, which changed its policy towards Morocco in the Western Sahara problem. (June 9, 2022)

The Democratic Republic of the Congo: A village in the Irumu region of Ituri province on the Ugandan border was attacked at night. 18 people died in the attack. (June 6, 2022)

Dominican Republic – Political murder: Environment Minister Orlando Jorge Mera was seriously injured in a shooting at his office. The pasture could not be saved despite the interventions. (June 6, 2022)

Kenya – Election Corruption: Before the presidential election to be held on August 9, it was determined that approximately 246 thousand 465 registered voters died, 226 thousand 143 people registered with different identity cards, and 481 thousand 711 people registered repeatedly.

Venezuela – Political attack – Juan Guaido, the self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, was attacked. Juan Guaido, who was accepted as the country’s leader by the USA for a while, survived the lynching during his meeting with the Venezuelans. Guaido quickly got in his car and drove away.


Coronavirus – Sweden: A new coronavirus that spreads among rodents has been detected in Sweden. According to the news in Science Alert, a new type of Coronavirus was found in red-backed mice (Myodes glareolus) in Sweden. (June 6, 2022)

Salmonella bacteria-Ferrero: Police raided 6 headquarters of the company in Belgium and Luxembourg. Within the scope of the investigation regarding the salmonella bacteria that emerged in the factory of Italy-based chocolate producer Ferrero in Arlon, 6 centres belonging to the company were raided in Belgium and Luxembourg. (June 9, 2022)

Monkeypox – Poland: After Brazil and Greece, the last case of monkeypox was detected in Poland.(10 June 2022)


Food crisis alert: UN warns the world is on the brink of the most serious food, energy and economic crisis ever due to the Ukraine war. In the joint written statement of FAO and WFP, whose headquarters are in Rome, war, extreme weather conditions, economic shocks, (with the permanent effects of the Covid-19 epidemic, the war in Ukraine pushed millions of people into hunger and poverty, and the increase in food and fuel prices also added to the countries. It was stated that it led to instability (June 8, 2022)

Hunger alert: At least 18.4 million people in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia face high levels of food insecurity and growing malnutrition, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) has warned. (12 June 2022)


Google – Australia: Australian court fined Google US$515,000 for posts that defame a former political official. Former Deputy Prime Minister of New South Wales, John Barilaro, won the lawsuit against Google for videos posted on YouTube. (June 6, 2022)

Science and technology

Vietnam – The first transparent submarine: The world’s first transparent submarine meets tourists in Vietnam: A resort in Vietnam has brought the understanding of tourism to the deep blue of the South China Sea. Vacationers at the Vinpearl complex on Hon Tre Island, off Nha Trang city, can now explore the mystery of the ocean’s depths in an air-conditioned 24-seater submarine with huge panoramic windows. The submarine, called DeepView 24, can go down to a depth of 100 meters. (June 6, 2022)

Australia – Plastic-eating worms: Could plastic-eating superworms can be hope for recycling. Australian scientists say a worm species that likes to eat plastic could revolutionize the field of recycling. (June 10, 2022)

Japan- robot covered in skin: Scientists at Japan’s University of Tokyo have developed a self-healing robotic finger by combining living skin with a machine. Thus, the first step in creating robots with living skin was taken. (June 10, 2022)

Natural Disaster

Philippines – Volcano eruption : Bulusan Volcano on the island of Luzon spewed groundwater for 17 minutes. (June 6, 2022)

Mexico – Hurricane: In the Mexican state of Oaxaca, a state of emergency (OHAL) was declared in 25 towns due to Hurricane Agatha, which has been in effect since May 29. The death toll rose to 19. (June 10, 2022)

Netherlands – Earthquake consequences: According to a study conducted in the Netherlands, fear of earthquakes causes premature deaths. It has been revealed that in the Dutch province of Groningen, where small-scale earthquakes are constantly experienced due to natural gas exploration in the North Sea, premature deaths occur every year due to problems related to the fear of earthquakes and tension. Research by the University of Groningen revealed that this number averages 16 per year. (June 12, 2022)


England: A pilot scheme to work 4 days a week has started in 70 companies in England. More than 3300 workers in the UK have started working 4 days a week with no loss of wages as part of the “new work order trial”. The pilot will take six months and its effects will be studied. Among the 70 workplaces participating in the trial, there are companies providing services in the fields of market, education, workplace consultancy, housing, skin care, construction, food and digital marketing. (June 6, 2022)


Iraq-Historical theft: Baghdad Criminal Court sentenced retired British geologist James Fitton to 15 years in prison, who was caught taking his antiques abroad in his suitcase.

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