Allowances for civil servants, military and police will be replaced by Bulog rice

JAKARTA – Allowances for state civil servants (ASN/PNS) as well as members of the TNI and Polri in the form of money will be converted (replaced) with rice provided by the State Logistics Agency (Bulog). Quoted from, the Main Director (Director) of Perum Bulog Budi Waseso alias Buwas hopes that this plan can be … Read more

China opposes Japan’s territorial claims over disputed waters in the East China Sea | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s foreign ministry on March 16 hit out at Japan’s territorial claims over disputed waters in the East China Sea, calling them a “grave violation” of China’s sovereignty. Spokesperson Wang Wenbin speaks at a press conference in Beijing. March 2022 (2023 REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins) [北京 16日 ロイター] – China’s foreign ministry said … Read more

Ukrainian president refrains from interfering in internal affairs, Georgia prime minister | Reuters

On March 13, Georgian Prime Minister Garibashvili (pictured) urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to refrain from interfering in internal affairs. FILE PHOTO: Berlin, September 2023. REUTERS/Christian Mang (Reuters) – Georgian Prime Minister Garibashvili on Wednesday urged Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky not to interfere in his country’s internal affairs. Zelensky thanked protesters for raising the Ukrainian … Read more

Australian nuclear submarine aims to ensure peace and stability = defense minister | Reuters

Australia’s Defense Minister Mars (pictured) said on March 9 that the country’s nuclear submarines are aimed at ensuring peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific, Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean. FILE PHOTO: Washington, D.C. July 2023. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger [シドニー 9日 ロイター] – Australia’s Defense Minister Mars said on Thursday that the country’s nuclear submarines are … Read more

1.27 million protesters across France oppose pension reform | Reuters

Large-scale protests took place across France against the government’s proposed pension reform. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes [パリ 31日 ロイター] – Large-scale protests were held across France on the 31st against the government’s plan to reform the pension system. A total of 1,272,000 people took part in the protests across the country, according to the Interior Ministry. A … Read more

Focus: Renault makes concessions to Nissan, France’s merits are invisible | Reuters

PARIS (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co. and French automaker Renault announced a new agreement on Wednesday, including a review of their investment ratios, positioning it as a big step to revitalize the Japan-France alliance that has spanned more than 20 years. However, the benefits of the new agreement for Renault are unclear at this point … Read more

Wow, West Sumatra Measles Outbreak, Provincial DPRD Calls the Health Service Immediately

PADANG – Commission V DPRD West Sumatra immediately summoned the Provincial Health Office to optimize the handling of measles outbreaks (KLB) and to verify the data released by the Ministry of Health. Based on circulating data, it is stated that there have been outbreaks of measles in a number of districts and cities in West … Read more

Concern about US conflict on the West Bank Call for calm | Reuters

Kirby, strategic communications coordinator at the White House National Security Council (NSC), said on Monday that the United States was deeply concerned about the exchange of attacks between Israel and Gaza, and that all parties were on board. He said immediate action was needed to defuse the situation. Reuters/Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters/Evelyn Hockstein [ワシントン 27日 ロイター] – … Read more

US Tesla, profit margin declines above expectations in the fourth quarter | Reuters

[25日 ロイター] – US electric vehicle (EV) giant Tesla announced on the 25th that sales and profits exceeded market expectations in the fourth quarter of 2022. The number of vehicles delivered in the same quarter reached a record high, which contributed. However, the profit margin of the automobile business fell sharply. US electric vehicle (EV) … Read more

Angle: The Chinese government cannot protect the elderly, and the bereaved families of corona victims are angry | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) – Former high school teacher Ayria was devastated. His 85-year-old father died after showing symptoms of what he believed to be COVID-19. The virus is spreading in the southeastern province of Jiangxi, where the family lives. Hundreds of millions of Chinese people will start moving in time for the Lunar New Year holidays, … Read more