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Anadolu Agency’s Morning Briefing - March 22, 2023

Anadolu Agency’s Morning Briefing - March 22, 2023
Daily briefing on latest developments around world

ANKARA (AA) - Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.

Türkiye and Iraq on Tuesday reiterated their commitment to combat all forms of terrorism. It is clear that terrorist groups such as the PKK, Daesh/ISIS and FETO “pose a threat to both countries,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a joint press conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani in the capital Ankara.

The Pentagon said Tuesday that the US has nothing to do with two helicopters that crashed in northern Iraq carrying members of the YPG/PKK terror group which uses the name SDF.

Russia’s prime minister said Tuesday that Moscow and Beijing will bring the trade turnover between the two countries in 2023 to $200 billion.

The US is working to provide Ukraine with Abrams tanks "faster than previously expected," the White House said Tuesday.

Russia will respond “accordingly” if the West starts giving Ukraine “weapons with a nuclear component,” President Vladimir Putin warned Tuesday.

Türkiye and Greece will hold a working meeting focused on the economy and trade sectors Wednesday, according to an official statement.

A magnitude 6.5 earthquake jolted parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan and India on Tuesday evening.

NATO countries need a “more ambitious” defense investment target than the current 2% requirement to meet modern security challenges, the alliance’s chief said Tuesday.

Tensions rose in France after protests broke out Monday over the adoption of a controversial pension reform plan.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Tuesday that the current banking crisis is different than the 2008 financial crisis and stressed the importance of stabilization and restoring confidence.

Credit rating agency Moody's downgraded its outlook for Swiss banking giant UBS to negative from stable Tuesday following its takeover of troubled rival Credit Suisse.

The Munich I public prosecutor's office said Tuesday that it has closed its investigations based on an abuse report on the German archdioceses of Munich and Freising.

As the world’s water resources continue to decrease, access to drinking water becomes more difficult due to climate change, a lack of infrastructure and economic insufficiency.

source: News Feed
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