Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a fee prohibiting the use of means to protect information security in Russia originating from unfriend countries.

       Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree prohibiting the use of means to "protect information security in Russia originating from unfriendly countries" and "send information about their clients and transactions to the competent authorities of these countries, which impose sanctions on Russia, its citizens or its organizations."

 

    The decree stated that "in order to enhance the stability and security of the management of information sources in the Russian Federation, institutions are prohibited from using means to protect information security originating from States that commit hostilities against the Russian Federation and its legal entities and individuals, or are produced by institutions under their legal jurisdiction or directly or indirectly under their control".

       Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a fee prohibiting the use of means to protect information security in Russia originating from unfriend countries.

       Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree prohibiting the use of means to "protect information security in Russia originating from unfriendly countries" and "send information about their clients and transactions to the competent authorities of these countries, which impose sanctions on Russia, its citizens or its organizations."

 

    The decree stated that "in order to enhance the stability and security of the management of information sources in the Russian Federation, institutions are prohibited from using means to protect information security originating from States that commit hostilities against the Russian Federation and its legal entities and individuals, or are produced by institutions under their legal jurisdiction or directly or indirectly under their control".

      Turkish Treasury and Finance Minister Noureddine Nebati met Wednesday with senior representatives of leading U.S. companies at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce round table, on the sidelines of a meeting of finance ministers, central bank governors of the Group of 20 and "spring meetings" of international organizations, in the United States

 

     On Wednesday morning, Nabati shared a tweet on his Twitter account, explaining that he had provided information about Turkey's economic prospects and investment potential in detail.

     In a separate tweet, he referred to his attendance at the G20 Emerging Market Economies Meeting, stressing the importance of joint efforts and global cooperation against the difficult points of the meeting in terms of the economic effects of geopolitical shocks, rising commodity, food and energy prices, as well as global financial conditions.

    He explained their renewal of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's proposal to form a working group within the G20 to provide a systematic perspective on migration and forced displacement.

    In two other tweets, the minister added that he had also met with senior executives of companies operating in the health services, infrastructure, banking and finance sectors.

    He also indicated that the meeting took place at a meeting organized by the Business Council for International Understanding, one of the leading NGOs in the world of business and economics in the United States.

   They exchanged views on current and planned investments and activities for companies in Turkey, he said.

     During this visit, Nebati will hold bilateral meetings with his counterparts, heads of international organizations, senior executives of multinational companies, civil society institutions and thought.

On March 24, 2022, during the NATO leaders' summit in Brussels, President Tayyip Erdogan met with Prime Ministers Italy and France, Mario Draghi and Emmanuel Macron, respectively. The trilateral cooperation on SAMP-T systems was discussed in his meetings.

Turkey, France & Italy will resume trilateral cooperation on Air Defense System. It will hold a meeting soon for this purpose, said Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi to the press after the meeting.

Tayyip Erdogan had a quick interview with a group of journalists during his flight from Belgium to Turkey; he said Ankara hopes to resume defense industry cooperation between the three countries robustly after the next elections in France. "There were some steps we took between Turkey and France. We have decided to continue our efforts to reconsider those steps, the Turkey-France relations, and even revive the steps we have taken as Turkey-France-Italy. I hope that we will start this new process strongly after the election,"

The trilateral air defense deal was initially started on July 14, 2017, to develop Turkey's national defense air systems and signed an agreement in early 2018 for an 18-month-long study to determine the needs and priorities for the potential joint production of an anti-ballistic missile system. The proposed plan would be a more advanced version of Eurocamp's current SAMP-T air defense systems. But unfortunately, this deal was interrupted in 2019, after Turkey's "Operation Peace Spring" into northern Syria as French PM condemned it.

Due to Macron's presence, Erdogan called out NATO for experiencing its brain's death, but now things seem resolved between France and Turkey, and Erdogan said that. 

"It was a regrettable statement. After this unfortunate statement, Macron is currently one of the leaders playing the most active role in NATO. Pretty diligent," he stated.