22 January 2021
Skopje — Turkey will help North Macedonia implement an agricultural insurance system modeled after the Turkish one (TARSIM), according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy in a press release.
Skopje – North Macedonia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bujar Osmani, is set to pay an official visit to Montenegro on Friday.
Berlin – Germany has counted more than 50,000 deaths since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, figures released on Friday show.
Paris — French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday promised greater support to students in reaction to protests against university closures, while scientists called for the imposition of another lockdown.
New York/Vienna – An international pact that bans all nuclear weapons came into force on Friday, but nuclear powers and many countries that are protected by them are staying away from the treaty.
Washington – US President Joe Biden has introduced a measure requiring everyone flying to the United States from abroad to take a coronavirus test before boarding the plane and to quarantine upon arrival.
Washington — US Senate Republicans don’t want impeachment hearings against former US president Donald Trump to open until mid-February, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell said on Thursday.
London – Burnley ended Liverpool‘s three-year unbeaten run in the Premier League at Anfield on Thursday after Ashley Barnes converted an 83rd-minute penalty for a 1-0 win.