Greece shall specify the period of validity of the seven-month vaccination certificate for access to indoor activities

In Greece, from February 1, anyone who has not received a booster vaccine seven months after the second dose will be considered unvaccinated, Health Minister Tanoss Plevris told Ant1 on Sunday. “The certificate will be valid because it is a European certificate that is valid for nine months, but they will not have the privileges … Read more

Kazakhstan’s “national leader” Nazarbayev is still in the country

A spokesman for the former president of Kazakhstan said on Saturday that he was still in the capital, rejecting rumors that Nursultan Nazarbayev had left the country. Aidos Ukibay said on Twitter that Nazarbayev was in “direct contact” with the current president, Kasim Zhomart Tokayev, who has so far been seen as an insert for … Read more

Rinkēvičs: NATO is ready to engage in dialogue with Russia, but not at the expense of key principles

NATO is ready to engage in dialogue with Russia, but not at the expense of its values ​​or key principles, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs (JV) said on the microblogging website after the meeting of NATO foreign ministers. Rinkevich points out that the alliance of Allies was reached at today’s meeting of NATO foreign ministers. … Read more

Experts: The events in Kazakhstan may motivate the Kremlin to increase pressure on Ukraine

Russia’s armed forces are able to engage in several armed conflicts abroad at the same time, and events in Kazakhstan do not change the Kremlin’s calculations regarding Ukraine, – foreign policy experts polled by assess the arrival of Russian troops in unrest in Kazakhstan. Although the sending of troops to Kazakhstan from Russia requires … Read more

Almost 100,000 children have lost at least one parent to Peru’s Covid-19

Peru has the highest Covid-19 mortality rate in the world, and nearly 100,000 children have lost at least one parent or primary caregiver during the pandemic, the government said on Thursday. “Unfortunately, there are almost 98,000 children in our country who have lost a father, mother or guardian in a pandemic,” said Anahi Duranda, Peru’s … Read more

The number of newly discovered cases of Covid-19 in Latvia has increased by 30% during the inter-Christmas week

Last week, the number of newly discovered cases of Covid-19 in Latvia has increased by 30.2%, moreover, 644 cases of the omicron variant have been detected by Sunday, according to information compiled by the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (SPC). Although the number of tests performed has slightly decreased, the number of detected infections … Read more

The world’s oldest woman has celebrated her birthday

The world’s oldest woman has celebrated her 119th birthday. Japanese Kane Tanaka has also set a goal to celebrate her 120th birthday next year. Kane Tanaka, whose biggest weakness is carbonated drinks and chocolate, celebrated his 119th birthday at the nursing home on Sunday, January 2. The Guinness Book of Records recognized Tanak’s status in … Read more

US official: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is very likely

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is very likely and can only be stopped by huge sanctions, says Adam Schiff, chairman of the US House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee. “I think it would take huge sanctions against Russia to deter what seems to be very possible again: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,” Shiff said on Sunday. “I think … Read more

Tesla delivered almost a million cars worldwide last year

The news Business The US electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors delivered nearly one million cars worldwide last year, almost twice as many as in 2020, the company said in a statement released on Sunday. In 2021, Tesla delivered more than 936,000 cars of all models worldwide, which is 87% more than a year ago. The … Read more

Rajevski: Levita and Kariņa’s remarks from society and detachment from the actions of politicians themselves can be felt in New Year’s speeches

In the New Year’s speeches by the President of the Republic Egils Levits and the Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš (JV), the people felt distant from the society and detached from the actions of the politicians themselves, such an opinion was expressed by the public relations specialist Filips Rajevskis. As the specialist noted, everything was good … Read more