“Invitation” in the news
|accepted an invitation|
|accepted the invitation|
|invitation to join|
|invitation to spring|
|received an invitation|
Publications and example sentences
· Germany to lift travel warning for Europe from June 15, says minister →
“I know that this decision raises great hope and expectations but I want to say again: travel warnings are not travel bans, and travel advice is not an invitation to travel.”
· Trump invites India's Modi to attend G7 summit in US →
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted an invitation from US President Donald Trump to attend the next Group of Seven (G7) summit, India's foreign ministry officials said on Wednesday.
· Dozens of GOP donors invited to Pompeo's taxpayer-funded 'Madison Dinners' →
Now, an analysis of Federal Election Commission data and internal State Department documents shows that out of a total of 360 people sent invitations, at least 150 were from groups that are overtly conservative, formally affiliated with the Republican Party or right-wing media outlets.
· COVID-19: US to ship first batch of 100 ventilators donated to India next week, says White House →
“In this context, he extended an invitation to Prime Minister Modi to attend the next G-7 Summit to be held in USA,” said the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) in a statement in New Delhi.
· Please Explain podcast: The "law and order" president inflames protests →
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The Japan Times
· Trump’s show of force fizzles in backlash over protest crackdown photo op →
No Republican governors publicly accepted Trump’s invitation to send the military to crush riots and looting; Texas’s Greg Abbott said at a news conference that “Texans can take care of Texans.”
The New York Times
· Was That a Firecracker or a Gunshot? Unpredictability on America’s Streets →
In Seattle, demonstrators knelt before police blockades to convey their peaceful intent, and were rewarded with the invitation to continue their march of protest.
· Attorney General Barr throws more forces at DC protests as Congress attacks his 'politicised' Justice Department →
Mr Barr on Monday declined an invitation from the committee to testify on 9 June, citing a 29 May guidance memo from White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows barring cabinet-level officials from appearing before Congress for the time being.
· EU says Russia should not yet rejoin G7, despite Trump plan →
Borrell said that it’s up to Trump, as G7 chair, “to issue guest invitations, and guest invitations reflect the host priorities.
· EU balks at adding Russia back into G7 →
India, Australia and South Korea have said they received invitations to attend the expanded G7 summit.