Thursday, September 19, 2013

Nigerian president meets with Obama in New York next week

جودلاك جوناثان
Meet Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, next week with U.S. President Barack Obama in New York City, to discuss a number of important issues, including Nigeria's efforts to get a non-permanent seat in the UN Security Council.

The newspaper "Thisday" Nigerian released today by the American ambassador in Washington, led Adifue a saying: that President Jonathan will host an important meeting with investors and personalities Nigerian resident in the United States to support the process of investing in Nigeria.

The newspaper added that the Nigerian president, will be held during the visit, meetings with the leaders of the European Union, Slovenia, Lebanon and Sri Lanka to discuss investment in the areas of agriculture, infrastructure, energy and mining.

"Kommersant": Russia may send troops to protect nuclear, chemical and biological weapons to Syria

صورة أرشيفية
The newspaper "Kommersant" Russia today, that military experts in Russia and the United States, and a number of European countries will help Damascus in the destruction of chemical weapons in accordance with the agreement, "Russian American" and spends place all Damascus chemical weapons under international supervision, and then destroyed.

The newspaper pointed out that Russia, sends experts forces prevention of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons to Syria also will head a unit of special operations forces to Syria in the task of securing the site of the destruction of chemical weapons there.

Death of an element of the European Union Police shot dead in northern Kosovo

كوسوفو (صورة أرشيفية)
Killed an element of police and judicial mission in Kosovo (Julix), the European Union's dead, today, in the north of Kosovo, as reported Kosovska Mitrovica hospital director.

Milan Ivanovic said "We have received around 8.15 am (6.15 GMT), a component of the mission Julix wounded by two bullets did not give any indications that he is alive, and after an attempt to revitalize been unsuccessful.

NATO Secretary: You must keep the military option on the table in dealing with Syria

أندرس فو راسموسن
The Secretary General of NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen, said it was essential that the military option remains on the table in dealing with the Syrian crisis.

Rasmussen said at a meeting organized by the Foundation "Carnegie of Europe" research today, it is believed that it is necessary to keep the military option on the table, to keep the momentum in the diplomatic and political process.