The President of Austria "forgives" Sandu's dog after it bit him and gives him a gift The President of Austria "forgives" Sandu's dog after it bit him and gives him a gift

The President of Austria "forgives" Sandu's dog after it bit him and gives him a gift

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Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen, who was bitten by the dog of Moldova's President Maia Sandu, said that the animal was nervous because there were many people around it.
The Austrian President confirmed that he understood why the dog did that, explaining: “ He was nervous because he was surrounded by people.”

He confirmed that he loves dogs and gave Sando's dog a teddy bear toy.

The incident occurred when the two presidents were walking in the square of the Moldovan Presidential Administration building. Later, the President of Austria was seen with his hand wrapped in a bandage.

Sandu apologized  to the Austrian president, explaining that "the dog became afraid of the presence of large numbers of people near it."

Just once, Gantz reveals the details of Israel's agreement to supply Gaza with 60,000 liters of fuel

A member of the emergency government and former Israeli Defense Minister, Benny Gantz, announced that the War Administration Council decided, with the approval of all its members, to supply international organizations in Gaza with 60,000 liters of fuel in the next 48 hours.
He said that the approval for the transfer process came once at the request of international parties for the purpose of operating desalination and sewage facilities, and for the additional needs of institutions operating in the southern Gaza Strip.

He stressed that the matter is not about changing the strategy, but rather about providing a specific response that serves the continuation of the fighting that the Israeli army is waging. The entire policy will be discussed in the Political and Security Council of Ministers when this is done.

The Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), Philippe Lazzarini, announced earlier that the agency's work in the Gaza Strip would stop due to the fuel shortage.

Lazzarini pointed out that "the humanitarian response in the Gaza Strip, on which more than two million people depend, is gradually approaching its end due to not allowing fuel to enter the Gaza Strip since October 7."
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