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Lukashenko hints that Poland seeks war with Belarus

It is not the first time that the Belarusian dictator, Alexander Lukashenko, he shakes up the scarecrow of a war between his country, Poland, the Baltic republics and NATO as a whole. He did so repeatedly last year amid the wave of protests launched against him by the opposition for manipulating the results of the presidential elections. Today he used the same language again and warned that, if a fight breaks out, “Russia would be immediately involved in this whirlwind and it is the largest nuclear power. ‘

The EPP will not participate in the EU mission in Venezuela to “not whitewash” the Maduro regime

After the controversy that the decision of the EU High Representative for Foreign Policy has provoked, Josep Borrell, to send a mission of the European Parliament to observe the regional elections that will take place on November 21 in Venezuela, the European People’s Party announced on Tuesday its decision to dissociate itself from said mission.

Germany expresses alarm at the extent of the Polish-Belarusian crisis

The Polish Government does not see a possible agreement. The Prime Ministro Mateusz Morawiecki He guaranteed yesterday that his country will continue to systematically reject the illegal immigrants that Belarus pushes towards its border. “Closing the Polish border is our national duty,” he said, adding that “this hybrid attack by the Lukaschendo regime is directed against all of us, it threatens the security and stability of the whole of Europe.” “We will not be intimidated and we will defend peace in Europe with our partners from NATO and the EU,” he threatened, also justifying the deployment of 12,000 soldiers in the border area.

The university is born against the ‘culture of cancellation’

‘The Chair’ is a comedy that Netflix has released this year and that seeks to portray, from the humor, the crisis of the American university. One of the main plots is the procedure for the expulsion of a professor – an academic genius who is lost among personal problems and alcohol fumes and that it is the romantic interest of the protagonist, played by Sandra Oh- for having made the Nazi salute during a class. In reality, the professor did it within an eccentric explanation of absurdism and fascism, but a student picks it up on his mobile phone, it spreads around the campus and ends with the censorship and fulmination of the academic.

Biden opens the borders with Mexico, but maintains the veto of asylum seekers

After almost 19 months closed, the reopening of the 22 customs offices spread over the 3,169-kilometer border between the United States and Mexico returned to its frenzy on Monday, November 8. Since eight o’clock in the afternoon the day before, Mexican cars made long attenuated lines because foreigners who are not US citizens or residents must enter with a certificate of vaccination against Covid-19 together with a negative PCR or antigen test. For now, with the inoculation of a single dose, access is allowed, however, as of January 2022, you must be fully immunized to enter the superpower.

The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, cancels his schedule to travel to Warsaw

Belarus’ maneuvers using Iraqi emigrants to send them to the Polish border are hitting an especially weak partner within the EU to the point that in the midst of a legal dispute with this country, the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, has decided to travel to Warsaw today to meet with the primer ministro polaco, Mateusz Morawiecki, to try to bring order to a potentially explosive situation. For now, Poland has resisted seeking the help of the European border agency Frontex, despite the fact that its headquarters are precisely in Warsaw because it prefers to send the army and use methods that could collide with European legislation on immigration. refugees.

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