Europe is continuing to react to the assassination of Iran’s General Qassem Soleimani, with much of both the political class and the public condemning what has widely been viewed as a reckless and violent provocation and act of terrorism by the United States and President Donald Trump.
The Turkish Troy Museum, which showcases the 5,000-year history of Çanakkale Province, was nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA) in 2020, organized by the European Museum Forum and known as the “Oscars” for museums.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow will closely monitor the potential deployment of short- and intermediate-range missiles by the United States abroad, particularly in Europe and the Asia-Pacific, four months after Washington exited from an arms control treaty with Moscow.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry denounced a resolution passed by the European Parliament, which accuses Tehran of mishandling the recent fuel price protests, arguing that the legislature’s account has been based on a set of twisted facts and unfounded documentation.
The group behind Nord Stream 2 said it aimed to complete a pipeline to boost Russian gas supplies to Europe as soon as possible, after US sanctions prompted a major contractor to suspend pipe-laying activities.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad blasted Europe’s role in creating chaos in Syria, saying the current refugee crisis in European countries is a consequence of their support for terrorism in the Arab nation.