As per the TASS reports, Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev said on Monday that the ruling of the International Criminal Court to issue an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin will have disastrous consequences for international law.
On Monday, China's top diplomat, Wang Yi began a four-day trip to Russia. As per reports, during the trip both nations are expected to pledge deeper mutual political trust, readying for a possible landmark visit by President Vladimir Putin to Beijing in October. Wang heads the foreign ministry as well as the ruling Communist Party's foreign affairs office. The Chinese foreign ministry said that he will reportedly meet Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev for annual security talks.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un left Russia on Sunday after a rare six-day visit, The visit appeared to solidify his country's ties with President Vladimir Putin. Kim's tour of Russia's Far East began on Tuesday. It has focused intensely on military cooperation, including a symbolic exchange of rifles with Putin and an inspection of state-of-the-art Russian weapons. Kim's first official visit abroad since the coronavirus pandemic has sparked concerns that Moscow and Pyongyang will defy Western sanctions to secure an arms deal that could help the Kremlin continue its assault against Ukraine.
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Amid a diplomatic row between India-Canada, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Singh Badal urged the Centre to solve the issues at the top level as ‘panic is increasing among Indians and Sikhs living in Canada’. Notably, the Indian Mission in Canada on Thursday suspended visa services till further notice citing operational reasons, according to BLS International. On Wednesday, Indian nationals, students in Canada and those planning on travelling to the country were advised to exercise caution. Indian nationals and Indian students in Canada were advised to avoid travelling to regions and potential venues in Canada that have seen growing anti-India activities, according to a release issued by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). Indian students in Canada have been particularly advised to exercise extreme caution and remain vigilant.
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Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Thursday said the present situation of the India-Canada relationship is not healthy and the deterioration needs to be halted without letting it get out of control any further. "I am very surprised and disappointed by the Canadian Prime Minister (Justin Trudeau) making a public allegation of this nature. If they had evidence, they should have prosecuted the killers in a court of law," Shashi Tharoor said. The tit-for-tat moves by both sides indicate an unhealthy situation as India's political interests dictate that it should have healthy relationships with all countries of the world. "I don't quite understand why the apparent need on Canada's part to cater to a particular political lobby in that country has resulted in their publicly putting their entire relationship with India in peril," Shashi Tharoor said.
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NASA has said that by the end of this decade, the International Space Station will be deorbited. NASA said that it would mark the end of its life. The space agency has issued a proposal for the development of the US Deorbit Vehicle (USDV). The USDV is a spacecraft designed to safely deorbit the ISS as part of its planned retirement. NASA said that it is planned to be a critical component of the strategy to ensure the safe and controlled decommissioning of the ISS.
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Hindu Forum Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of minority communities in Canada, has contacted Canadian Minister of Public Safety, Dominic LeBlanc, requesting increased security measures for the Hindu population. The organization voiced serious apprehensions about comments made by designated terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, who leads the banned Sikh for Justice group. Pannu's viral video included threats against Indo-Canadian Hindus, encouraging them to depart Canada.
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India has suspended visa services for Canadian nationals till further notice amid a diplomatic row between the two countries over claims linking Indian government agents to the Murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada in June. A notice by BLS International - an online visa application centre in India that provides visa consultancy services – posted on its website that, “Important notice from Indian Mission: Due to operational reasons, with effect from 21 September 2023, Indian visa services have been suspended till further notice. Please keep checking the BLS website for further updates.”
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Just a day after Brazil’s President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva affirmed that Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be arrested if he attends the G-20 meeting in Brazil next year, he has now backtracked from his personal assurance. He has now said that it would be up to the judiciary to decide this. Furthermore, he also questioned Brazil’s membership in the United Nations war crimes court, saying that “emerging countries often sign things that are detrimental to them”. Putin missed this year’s G20 gathering in New Delhi, avoiding possible political opprobrium and any risk of criminal detention under an International Criminal Court (ICC) warrant.
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The first in-person BRICS summit since the pandemic is being hosted by South Africa in Johannesburg. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, President Xi Jinping of China and Brazil’s President Luiz Lula da Silva are expected to attend. Russian President Vladimir Putin is unlikely to attend due to a warrant for his arrest issued by the International Criminal Court for the alleged war crimes in Ukraine. However, he will attend virtually and will be represented in Johannesburg by the Russian Foreign Minister.
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Ukraine marked its 82nd week of conflict with notable military victories, dismantling Russian air defenses in Crimea and securing key towns near Bakhmut in Eastern Ukraine. Simultaneously, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned Russia for weaponizing energy and food at a UN Security Council session on Ukraine. Trudeau urged support for Ukraine while emphasizing the importance of sustainable development goals in addressing the crisis.
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The United Nations has passed a landmark resolution that urges the International Court of Justice to outline nations' legal obligations related to curbing climate change disasters and their impacts on..