An attempt to burn a mosque belonging to the Turkish Islamic Union in Dresden, Germany : Fatih Mosque An attempt to burn a mosque belonging to the Turkish Islamic Union in Dresden, Germany : Fatih Mosque

An attempt to burn a mosque belonging to the Turkish Islamic Union in Dresden, Germany : Fatih Mosque

An attempt to burn a mosque belonging to the Turkish Islamic Union in Dresden, Germany : Fatih Mosque The Fatih Mosque affiliated with the Turkish Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (Ditib) in the German city of Dresden was attacked by a young man who tried to set fire to the mosque's library.  The Fatih Mosque of the Turkish Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (Ditib) in the German city of Dresden, on Wednesday, was subjected to an attempt to set it on fire.  The German police arrested a 34-year-old person of Iranian origin who entered the mosque and tried to set fire to a shelf in the religious library after pouring a flammable substance, according to the Anadolu Agency reporter.  The reporter stated that the police had previously arrested the same person while trying to burn a copy of the Holy Quran in the same mosque.  He indicated that minor damage occurred in the accident, without causing any injuries, while the Public Prosecutor's Office continues to investigate the accident.       Moscow meeting Agreement to facilitate the voluntary return of Syrians and combat terrorism : Turkish Foreign Minister Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu confirmed that the need for cooperation in combating terrorism, providing infrastructure for the return of refugees, and advancing the political process and Syria's territorial integrity were discussed during the quadripartite meeting in the Russian capital, Moscow.  The foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, Iran and the Syrian regime announced their agreement to facilitate the return of Syrians to their motherland in a "voluntary, safe and honorable manner."  This came in the final statement of the four ministers after their meeting, Wednesday, in the Russian capital, Moscow.  The final statement indicated that the ministers agreed during the meeting to prepare a road map for the advancement of Turkish-Syrian relations. They also praised the "positive and constructive" atmosphere in the talks, and agreed to continue their contacts in the same quadrilateral formula.  Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that the quartet meeting in the Russian capital, Moscow, stressed the necessity of cooperation in combating terrorism, providing the infrastructure for the return of refugees, and advancing the political process and Syria's territorial integrity.  This came in a tweet on his Twitter account, on Wednesday, regarding the meeting of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, Iran and the Syrian regime.   He added, "We stressed the necessity of cooperation in combating terrorism, providing the infrastructure for return, advancing the political process and Syria's territorial integrity."  Earlier on Wednesday, the four-way meeting on Syria of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia's Sergey Lavrov, Iran's Hussein Amir Abdullahian, and the Syrian regime, Faisal al-Miqdad, began in Moscow to consult in order to find a solution to the Syrian crisis.         The International Criminal Court is a puppet of the West : Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov  Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced that the International Criminal Court in The Hague has become a puppet in the hands of the West, and the decision to "arrest" President Vladimir Putin aims to put pressure on Russia, and these pressure efforts will not work.  The Kremlin: The International Criminal Court is a puppet of the WestRussian diplomat: For us, the International Criminal Court has disappeared from the map of international judicial bodies He said, "In this situation, we consider that this international body is in fact a puppet in the hands of the so-called collective West, which it uses for its own purposes in order to increase pressure on our country, but these efforts will not succeed."  He added that some states that lack sovereignty "may be interested in implementing such a decision" if given the opportunity, however, that is hard to imagine.         China may play an important role for peace in the world : Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna  French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna, upon receiving her Chinese counterpart, Qin Gang, in Paris, considered that China has an important role that it can play "for the sake of peace and stability in the world."  "We recognize the importance of China's role on the world stage and the important role it can play for peace and stability in the world," Colonna said.  She indicated that Beijing should seek to "persuade Russia to return to full respect for the Charter" of the United Nations.  On North Korea, Colonna called on the Chinese foreign minister to make efforts for a "unified response" and "work for the stability of the peninsula and the region."  Qin Gang, who is currently on a tour of Europe, stressed that his visit to Paris aims to "work together to accelerate communication and cooperation in various fields," especially the humanitarian field, "to push forward the comprehensive Sino-French strategic partnership."  On Monday, China's foreign minister began a tour of Europe as his country seeks to mediate in the conflict in Ukraine. He is heading to Norway after visiting Germany and France.           "NATO" denies the consideration of providing Kiev with fighters : Rob Bauer  The head of the NATO Military Committee, Rob Bauer, announced that the chiefs of staff of the NATO countries and Sweden did not discuss with the Ukrainian side on Wednesday the issue of supplying Kiev with fighters.  "No, we didn't discuss today the supply of fighters to Ukraine," Bauer said at a press conference after the meeting in response to a question from reporters in the NATO-led Permanent Protection Mission for Ukraine.  And the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, said on May 4 that his country is working with partners in the field of studying various options for supplying F-16 fighters to Ukraine, and noted that there are no taboos in this regard.  "As for the F-16 fighters, there are no taboos in this matter for us. We are studying various options with partners, such as Belgium and Denmark, to complete the discussion," he said at a joint press conference with his Belgian counterpart Alexander De Croo and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in The Hague. about the supply of these fighters (to Ukraine).

The Fatih Mosque affiliated with the Turkish Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (Ditib) in the German city of Dresden was attacked by a young man who tried to set fire to the mosque's library.

The Fatih Mosque of the Turkish Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (Ditib) in the German city of Dresden, on Wednesday, was subjected to an attempt to set it on fire.

The German police arrested a 34-year-old person of Iranian origin who entered the mosque and tried to set fire to a shelf in the religious library after pouring a flammable substance, according to the Anadolu Agency reporter.

The reporter stated that the police had previously arrested the same person while trying to burn a copy of the Holy Quran in the same mosque.

He indicated that minor damage occurred in the accident, without causing any injuries, while the Public Prosecutor's Office continues to investigate the accident.


Moscow meeting Agreement to facilitate the voluntary return of Syrians and combat terrorism : Turkish Foreign Minister

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu confirmed that the need for cooperation in combating terrorism, providing infrastructure for the return of refugees, and advancing the political process and Syria's territorial integrity were discussed during the quadripartite meeting in the Russian capital, Moscow.

The foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, Iran and the Syrian regime announced their agreement to facilitate the return of Syrians to their motherland in a "voluntary, safe and honorable manner."

This came in the final statement of the four ministers after their meeting, Wednesday, in the Russian capital, Moscow.

The final statement indicated that the ministers agreed during the meeting to prepare a road map for the advancement of Turkish-Syrian relations. They also praised the "positive and constructive" atmosphere in the talks, and agreed to continue their contacts in the same quadrilateral formula.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that the quartet meeting in the Russian capital, Moscow, stressed the necessity of cooperation in combating terrorism, providing the infrastructure for the return of refugees, and advancing the political process and Syria's territorial integrity.

This came in a tweet on his Twitter account, on Wednesday, regarding the meeting of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, Iran and the Syrian regime.


He added, "We stressed the necessity of cooperation in combating terrorism, providing the infrastructure for return, advancing the political process and Syria's territorial integrity."

Earlier on Wednesday, the four-way meeting on Syria of the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia's Sergey Lavrov, Iran's Hussein Amir Abdullahian, and the Syrian regime, Faisal al-Miqdad, began in Moscow to consult in order to find a solution to the Syrian crisis.



The International Criminal Court is a puppet of the West : Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced that the International Criminal Court in The Hague has become a puppet in the hands of the West, and the decision to "arrest" President Vladimir Putin aims to put pressure on Russia, and these pressure efforts will not work.

The Kremlin: The International Criminal Court is a puppet of the WestRussian diplomat: For us, the International Criminal Court has disappeared from the map of international judicial bodies
He said, "In this situation, we consider that this international body is in fact a puppet in the hands of the so-called collective West, which it uses for its own purposes in order to increase pressure on our country, but these efforts will not succeed."

He added that some states that lack sovereignty "may be interested in implementing such a decision" if given the opportunity, however, that is hard to imagine.



China may play an important role for peace in the world : Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna, upon receiving her Chinese counterpart, Qin Gang, in Paris, considered that China has an important role that it can play "for the sake of peace and stability in the world."

"We recognize the importance of China's role on the world stage and the important role it can play for peace and stability in the world," Colonna said.

She indicated that Beijing should seek to "persuade Russia to return to full respect for the Charter" of the United Nations.

On North Korea, Colonna called on the Chinese foreign minister to make efforts for a "unified response" and "work for the stability of the peninsula and the region."

Qin Gang, who is currently on a tour of Europe, stressed that his visit to Paris aims to "work together to accelerate communication and cooperation in various fields," especially the humanitarian field, "to push forward the comprehensive Sino-French strategic partnership."

On Monday, China's foreign minister began a tour of Europe as his country seeks to mediate in the conflict in Ukraine. He is heading to Norway after visiting Germany and France.



"NATO" denies the consideration of providing Kiev with fighters : Rob Bauer

The head of the NATO Military Committee, Rob Bauer, announced that the chiefs of staff of the NATO countries and Sweden did not discuss with the Ukrainian side on Wednesday the issue of supplying Kiev with fighters.

"No, we didn't discuss today the supply of fighters to Ukraine," Bauer said at a press conference after the meeting in response to a question from reporters in the NATO-led Permanent Protection Mission for Ukraine.

And the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, said on May 4 that his country is working with partners in the field of studying various options for supplying F-16 fighters to Ukraine, and noted that there are no taboos in this regard.

"As for the F-16 fighters, there are no taboos in this matter for us. We are studying various options with partners, such as Belgium and Denmark, to complete the discussion," he said at a joint press conference with his Belgian counterpart Alexander De Croo and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in The Hague. about the supply of these fighters (to Ukraine).

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post

Worldwide News Search HereπŸ‘‡