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· Coronavirus: Planes are ‘relatively safe’ due to powerful air filters, says WHO expert →
David Nabarro, WHO special envoy for Covid-19, said this was because of modern aircrafts’ air filtration systems.
· Senior German diplomat meets China’s envoy over Hong Kong →
The ministry confirmed a report by daily newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung that Deputy Foreign Minister Miguel Berger met Friday in Berlin with Ambassador Wu Ken, China’s envoy to Germany.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Sweden ex-envoy cleared in Gui Minhai detained bookseller case →
Anna Lindstedt, who was envoy to Beijing between 2016 and 2019, was accused of brokering and attending an unauthorised meeting in January last year to get a Chinese-Swedish publisher freed from custody in China.
The New York Times
· Planned for a Year and Bigger Than First Thought: The Strike on Iran’s Nuclear Program →
The closest the administration has come to describing its strategy of more aggressive pushback came in comments last month from Brian H. Hook, the State Department’s special envoy for Iran.
· Biegun emphasizes U.S. readiness to engage in talks with N.K. →
Biegun, who doubles as the top U.S. envoy for North Korea, delivered the position in meetings with Japanese officials during his visit to Tokyo on Thursday and Friday, the department said in a press release.
· Serbia, Kosovo renew 'very difficult' talks led by Macron, Merkel →
Also online for Friday's talks were EU foreign policy chief Josep Borell and Miroslav Lajcak, the EU's special envoy for dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina.
· Swedish ex-envoy acquitted of planning illegal China meeting →
The Stockholm District Court ruled Friday that the prosecutor couldn’t prove that Anna Lindstedt, Sweden’s envoy to Beijing during 2016-2019, had gone beyond her jurisdiction and “negotiated in a diplomatic matter with someone who represented the interests of the Chinese state.”
· UK, India 'energetic champions' of free trade, says UK Foreign Minister Dominic Raab →
Hancock said: ”Prime Minister Modi has called India the pharmacy of the world, and it’s true.” ”Around 40 per cent of UK medicines have some parts of their manufacturing in India.” Lord Tariq Ahmad, Minister of State for South Asia and the Commonwealth, and John Murton, the UK Government’s COP-26 envoy were among some of the other speakers at the annual conference themed #BeTheRevival: India and a Better New World.