News: DIARY-Political and General News Events from July 10

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    WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 
    

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold bilateral talks with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the sidelines of NATO summit in Washington DC – 2130 GMT.

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold bilateral talks with US president Joe Biden at the White House – 2130 GMT.

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold bilateral talks with Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy at the sidelines of NATO summit in Washington DC – 1430 GMT.

    ** WASHINGTON DC - U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg join other world leaders in addressing the NATO Public Forum.

    WASHINGTON DC - Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan will pay a working visit to Washington. (Final day)

    BEIJING - Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will visit China (Final day) MAPUTO/LUANDA - President of Timor-Leste, José Ramos-Horta, will pay state visits to Mozambique and Angola. (To July 13)

    BEIJING - Prime Minister of Republic of Vanuatu Charlot Salwai will visit China (To Jul. 12)

    BEIJING - Guinea-Bissau President Umaro Sissoco Embalo pays a state visit to China (to July 13) BEIJING - Solomon Islands Prime Minister Jeremiah Manele pays an official visit to China(July 15) BEIJING - At the invitation of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Minister of Foreign Affairs Maris Sangiampongsa of Thailand will pay an official visit to China and co-chair the second meeting of the Consultation Mechanism between the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of China and Thailand (Final day) WELLINGTON - New Zealand Prime Minister Christopher Luxon in the US for NATO (To Jul. 12) WASHINGTON DC - The U.S. hosts NATO'S 75th anniversary summit (July 11) WASHINGTON DC. - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends the NATO summit (to July 11)

    CAIRO - Egyptian foreign minister, Badr Abdelaty, meets his Jordanian counterpart, Ayman Safadi, in Cairo to discuss the ongoing situation in Gaza. WASHINGTON DC - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg holds a news conference on sidelines of the NATO Summit in Washington D.C. - 2030 GMT WASHINGTON DC. - Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto speaks to Reuters as the NATO summit takes place in Washington - 1200 GMT VIENNA - Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speak to reporters in Vienna - 0915 GMT. ULAANBAATAR - King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck will visit Mongolia. (To July 15)

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    THURSDAY, JULY 11 
    

    ** NEW DELHI - Maris Sangiampongsa, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, is scheduled to pay an official visit to India. (To July 12)

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold bilateral talks with Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the sidelines of the NATO summit – 2030 GMT.

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold talks with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan at the sidelines of the NATO summit in Washington DC – 1700 GMT.

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold bilateral talks with Republic of Korea president Yoon Suk Yeol at the sidelines of NATO summit in Washington DC – 1630 GMT.

    ** WASHINGTON DC - British Prime Minister Keir Starmer to hold talks with Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau – 1500 GMT.

    VIENTIANE - The President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, To Lam will lead a high-level delegation on a state visit to Laos. (To July 12)

    ISLAMABAD - Azerbaijan president Ilham Aliyev would pay two-day official visit to Pakistan. (To July 12)

    PARIS - OECD to launch the Economic Survey of Korea.

    WASHINGTON DC. - US President Joe Biden holds a press conference at the close of the NATO summit. GLOBAL - United Nations World Population Day.

    MUMBAI - 17th anniversary of the deadly bomb attacks on Mumbai's commuter rail network.

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    FRIDAY, JULY 12 
    

    ** PHNOM PENH - Vietnamese President To Lam will pay a state visit to Cambodia. (To July 13)

    BERLIN - German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier receives Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Berlin - 1330 GMT LISBON - Princess Leonor, heir of the Spanish throne, takes her first official trip alone, on the invitation of neighboring Portugal's president Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

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    SUNDAY, JULY 14 
    

    PARIS - Bastille Day.

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    MONDAY, JULY 15 
    

    BRUSSELS – EU Informal meeting of energy ministers. (To July 16) BRUSSELS – Eurogroup Meeting.

    SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC - Syrian People's Council Election.

    RWANDA - Rwanda will hold parliamentary elections.

    RWANDA - Rwanda will hold a presidential election.

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    TUESDAY, JULY 16 
    

    ** ASUNCION - The president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, will make an official visit to Paraguay. (To July 17)

    NEW YORK CITY, United States - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to chair UN Security Council meeting on multilateralism. (To July 17)

    BRUSSELS - EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council Meeting.

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    WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 
    

    GLOBAL - World Day for International Justice, which commemorates the adoption of the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court, the Rome Statute, on July 17,

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    THURSDAY, JULY 18 
    

    GLOBAL - Nelson Mandela International Day.

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    SATURDAY, JULY 20 
    

    CYPRUS - Cyprus marks the anniversary of the Turkish invasion in 1974.

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    SUNDAY, JULY 21 
    

    VIENTIANE - 25th ASEAN Plus Three Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (APT FMM). (To July 27) VIENTIANE - 14th East Asia Summit Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (EAS FMM). (To July 27)

    VIENTIANE - 57th ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting. (To July 27)

    KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fl – 24th anniversary of conclusion of NASA's space shuttle program after successful completion of mission STS-135.

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    MONDAY, JULY 22 
    

    BRUSSELS – EU Informal meeting of justice and home affairs ministers. (To July 23)

    BRUSSELS – EU Foreign Affairs Council Meeting.

    HAMPSHIRE - Farnborough Air show 2024 (to Jul 26).

    OSLO – 13th Anniversary of Norway bombing and mass shooting at youth summer camp on the nearby Utoya Island, where 77 people were killed.

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    SUNDAY, JULY 28  
    

    BERLIN - Christian Lindner, German finance minister and leader of the fiscally conservative FDP, gives an interview to ARD as part of the broadcaster's summer series of political interviews - 1630 GMT. GLOBAL - World Hepatitis Day.

    GLOBAL – 110th anniversary of the beginning of World War 1.

    PERU - 203rd Anniversary of Independence.

    VENEZUELA - Venezuela will hold a presidential election.

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    THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 
    

    WARSAW – Poland marks 80th anniversary of its war-time Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi occupation. CHINA – 97th founding anniversary of the People's Liberation Army. GLOBAL – World Breastfeeding Week (To Aug. 7)

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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 
    

    EDINBURGH, Scotland - Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024 (To Aug 26)

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    TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 
    

    HIROSHIMA - Hiroshima Commemorations 79th Anniversary of 1945 nuclear attacks.

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    THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 
    

    SINGAPORE - Anniversary (1967) of the founding of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 
    

    NAGASAKI, Japan - Nagasaki Commemorations 79th Anniversary of 1945 nuclear attacks.

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    SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 
    

    EDINBURGH, Scotland - Edinburgh International Book Festival (to Aug 26)

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    MONDAY, AUGUST 12 
    

    GLOBAL - International Youth Day.

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    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14 
    

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – 77th Anniversary of Pakistan independence from British rule.

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    THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 
    

    NEW DELHI, India – 77th Anniversary of Indian Independence from British rule. TOKYO, Japan – 79th Anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War Two. LIECHTENSTEIN – 218th Anniversary of Independence.

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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 16 
    

    LIMA - APEC Energy Ministerial Meeting.

    TRALEE, Ireland - 2024 Rose of Tralee International Festival (To Aug 20)

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    MONDAY, AUGUST 19 
    

    SINT MAARTEN - Sint Maarten Parliament Election.

    GLOBAL - World Humanitarian Day. MOSCOW – 32nd Anniversary of the failed Soviet coup against Mikhail Gorbachev which accelerated the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21 
    

    DAMASCUS, Syria - 11th Anniversary of nerve gas attack which killed hundreds of people in rebel-held neighborhoods on the edge of Damascus.

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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 
    

    BALTIC WAY - 35th anniversary of the Baltic Way, a human chain of people in 1989 stretching from Vilnius to Tallinn to mark solidarity in the struggle for independence from the Soviet Union.

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    SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 
    

    WARSAW, Poland - Poland marks the 35th anniversary of the creation of the first post-Communist government in 1989. KYIV, Ukraine – 33rd Anniversary of Independence. WASHINGTON DC – 212th Anniversary of the Burning of Washington, including the White House and the US Capitol building, by the British troops during the War of 1812.

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    SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 
    

    URUGUAY - Uruguay's Independence Day. PARIS – 80th Anniversary of the liberation of Paris from Nazi occupation in the Second World War.

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    WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 
    

    BRUSSELS - EU Informal meeting of foreign affairs ministers – Gymnich. (To Aug. 29)

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    THURSDAY, AUGUST 29 
    

    BRUSSELS - EU Informal meeting of defence ministers. (To Aug. 30)

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