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Mohammed Sheikh bin Zayed Al Nahyan has been elected President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), according to state media, following the death of former leader

Sheikh Mohammad Zayed Appointed After Death Of His Step Brother - File Photo: Wam Twitter
According to the state-run Wam News, Sheikh Mohammed has been elected by the Federal Supreme Council and will now be the leader of the oil-dependent economy that
his father founded in 1971.Sheikh Mohammed, also known as 'MBZ', met the Federal Supreme Council. Is suffering Expectations were high for Sheikh Khalifa to assume office in a desert country of 10 million people after his health deteriorated. 
He sent a man from the UAE into space to investigate and launch its first nuclear reactor on Mars, while also developing an automated foreign policy using its oil-powered economy.
After retreating from the traditional powers, he emerged as a leader in the Middle East with close allies, reducing US intervention and re-establishing ties with Israelwhile fighting the Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen. Acquired
.Death of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, passed away yesterday. 
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has been the President of the United Arab Emirates and the ruler of Abu Dhabi since November 3, 2004.
He was elected successor to his father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who served as the first president of the UAE since the Union in 1971and died on November 2, 2004. Born in 1948, Sheikh Khalifa was the second president of the United Arab Emirates and the 16th ruler of the UAE Abu Dhabi.
He was the eldest son of Sheikh Zayed. After becoming President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa reorganized both the federal government and Abu Dhabi.
During his rule, the UAE developed rapidly and ensured a dignified life for those who called the UAE their home. 
Sheikh Khalifa promoted the development of the oil and gas sector and small industries which successfully contributed to the economic diversification of the country.The former Khalifa was known for his keen interest in public affairs.



Israel voluntarily killed the female journalist, says Palestinian president Mahmood Abbas at her funeral.

Israel killed the 51-year-old journalist Abu Aqua who had been performing her religious duty for 15 years.
Aljazeera lost their gem that was incredible in her performance.
Palestinians mourned Aqlas death and gathered at their funeral happened at Palestinian Authority Headquarters at Ramallah. Her coffin was wrapped under the Palestinian flag, which showed the love of her citizens for her.

Israel voluntarily killed the female journalist, says Palestinian president Mahmood Abbas at her funeral. Palestinian Authority showed their anger at the journalist's demise and demanded an inquiry at International Criminal Court.
We refused Israel's offer for a joint investigation as we "don't trust them."

 Israel PM Naftali has ordered his government to clear the investigation of Aqla's death and blamed the Palestinians for her murder. "Palestine prevented investigation and even access to the basic findings necessary to reach the truth', said Israel PM

The European Union "strongly" condemned the killing of Al-Jazeera correspondent Shireen Abu Aqla, who was confirmed by Palestinian authorities to have been shot dead by Israeli occupying forces in the West Bank.

In a statement released Wednesday, EU diplomatic spokesman Peter Stano called for an investigation into its targeting.

"The European Union strongly condemns the killing of The Palestinian-American journalist on Al Jazeera, Shirin Abu Aqla, in the occupied West Bank," Stano said.

He stressed that it was important to open "a comprehensive and independent investigation that clarifies all the circumstances of these incidents as soon as possible and bring those responsible to justice".

KASSAK Commission President Kurt participated in the exhibition "The Reflection of Islamic Civilization on Art".


Workshop Head Jale Yavuz with Salih Kurt inaugurated the exhibition by cutting ribbon.

Delivering the opening speech, Prof. Dr. Nil Sarı: "It is one of the best examples of the compatibility of Islamic civilization with art, the reflection of the art of illumination and miniature on the art of Islamic civilization." He emphasized that the exhibition is a first in Turkey and in the world.

At the opening of the exhibition attended by many high-level guests, Prof.Dr. Bayram Altan from Istanbul University Assist , Prof. Dr. Haluk Alkan , Prof. Dr. Nil Sarı, and  KASSAK Commission President Salih Kurt.

 KASSAK  Commission  President Salih KURT and Prof. Dr. Bayram Altan,  held the conversation about the KASSAK Commission in a friendly atmosphere.

 The following words of Bayram Altan drew attention: "I refer to Allah (cc) those who have infiltrated us just to confuse the Commission." He said. "I heard that you sent the file to our President. I hope a good result will be obtained." wishing Prof. Dr. Bayram Altan ,"You made me happy by accepting my invitation. I was very happy to see my spiritual daughter Yasemin Kurt." said."

Meeting with his fellow countryman Nimet Değirmencioğlu at the exhibition, President Kurt had a short conversation with Him and gave an image to the press in memory of the day.


President Kurt  Giving photo session with other Attendants of Art Exhibition

Correspondent Ayesha NAZIR ,Pakistan


    Turkish  Airlines has announced that it is no longer necessary to provide a vaccination certificate or PCR test upon entry to Kuwait, Croatia, Greece and Kyrgyzstan.

    The company said in a statement published Tuesday, through its social media accounts, about lifting all restrictions on Corona from travelers to the countries mentioned.

    "The COVID procedures applied in Kuwait, Croatia, Greece and Kyrgyzstan have been terminated," the statement said.

  "There is no longer a need to highlight the vaccination certificate or the PCR test for Corona when entering these countries. We wish you a happy journey."




source: anadolu agence.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavuşoğlu said his country continues to pursue a constructive policy of developing cooperation and dialogue in all fields as part of Ankara's strategic goal.


This was stated in a letter sent by the Turkish minister on Monday, on the occasion of "Europe Day", which falls on May 9 each year.


"The Day of Europe that we celebrate this year in the shadow of the Ukrainian war, we have once again seen how difficult and valuable it is to maintain peace," Çavuşoğlu said of the event.


The tragedy in Ukraine was a warning to all, he said, noting that what was happening in Ukraine was a reminder of the situation of the European continent in the 1940s.


The Russian-Ukrainian war, which would radically change the security structure established after the Cold War, would also be a turning point for the future of Europe.


Wars, hot conflicts, global uncertainty, climate change, terrorism and irregular migration have a major impact on Europe, he said.

"In addition, the phenomenon of racial discrimination, xenophobia and anti-Islamism contributes to the erosion of the culture of coexistence in the EUROPEAN Union and undermines the shared values on which Europe is built."


As a candidate for EU membership and a NATO ally, Turkey is the central country in resolving all these challenges facing Europe, Cavusoglu said.


"There are some segments within the EU that see Turkey as a competitor or even a threat, but we have made significant contributions and sacrifices to the stability and prosperity of the continent during and after the Cold War."





source: anadolu agence.

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