DIARY-Political and General News Events from June 30

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TUESDAY, JUNE 30

** MOSCOW – Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko will pay a one-day visit to Russia ** ANKARA – Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto will pay a working visit to Turkey.

** WELLINGTON – New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern holds a press conference following news that the EU may open their borders to New Zealanders.

** MOSCOW – Russian Economy Minister Maksim Reshetnikov to take part in online round table discussion of small and medium business in the Federation Council. ** NEW YORK – U.N. Security Council briefed on Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ six monthly report on the implementation U.N. restrictions on Iran – 1500 GMT. ** BRUSSELS – Republic of Korea- EU leaders’ video conference meeting.

** BRUSSELS – The European Union and the United Nations will co-chair the fourth Brussels Conference on “Supporting the future of Syria and the region”. LUXEMBOURG – European ministers for agriculture and fisheries meet for talks (final day).

BRUSSELS – EU chiefs Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel hold a video conference with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in – 0700 GMT. DUBAI – The IMF and central bank governors of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain will discuss economic recovery prospects for the Gulf.

NOUAKCHOTT – French President Emmanuel Macron meets leaders of West African states in Nouakchott to discuss the fight against Islamist militancy in the Sahel, where French military forces are involved.

BRUSSELS – EU Commissioner for trade Phil Hogan speaks at online event on global trade, WTO and the COVID-19 crisis. – 1400 GMT

BRUSSELS – EU Commissioner for cohesion and reform Elisa Ferreira speaks at an online event on “Coal Regions in Transition”. – 1000 GMT

BRUSSELS – EU’s commissioner for justice, Didider Reynders, speaks at an event presenting the European Data Protection Supervisor strategy for 2021-2024. – 1130 GMT

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1

** BERLIN – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas meets Grlic Radman, foreign minister of the Republic of Croatia, for talks in Berlin – 1200 GMT. ** MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin, Turkey’s Tayyip Erdogan and Iran’s Hassan Rouhani hold a video conference to discuss the conflict in Syria. ** LONDON – The Treasury Committee in Britain’s parliament speaks to the chief economists of the OECD and the IMF about the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis – 1330 GMT. BRUSSELS – European Commission vice-president Schinas presents the EU’s updated Skills Agenda in Brussels. MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s president, Andres Manuel Lopez, delivers a speech on the second anniversary of his victory at presidential elections. MOSCOW – Russian Federation Referendum Election. – – – – – – – – –

THURSDAY, JULY 2

** BERLIN – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas meets Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu for talks in Berlin – 0900 GMT.

BRUSSELS – French minister of the armed forces Florence Parly speaks to EU lawmakers on the defence and security challenges facing Europe. MOSCOW – Russian Deputy Energy Minister Sorokin takes part in a conference on taxes in energy sector – 1100 GMT.

BRUSSELS – German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, hold a joint news conference to mark Berlin taking over the EU’s rotating presidency from July until the end of the year.

GLOBAL – World UFO day on anniversary of the Roswell incident.

SIENA – July annual horse race “Palio di Siena”.

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FRIDAY, JULY 3

** WARSAW – Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki meets Czech, Slovak and Hungarian prime ministers in Warsaw.

LJUBLJANA – German and Portuguese foreign minister Heiko Maas and A.S.Silva visit Slovenia. – – – – – – – – –

SATURDAY, JULY 4

UNITED STATES – Independence Day.

GLOBAL – International Day of Cooperatives.

WASHINGTON D.C – U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at “2020 Salute to America” on White House South Lawn and Ellipse.

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SUNDAY, JULY 5

** CROATIA – Croatian Assembly election.

Dominican Republic – Chamber of Deputies election. Dominican Republic – Senate election. Dominican Republic – President election.

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MONDAY, JULY 6

** BRUSSELS – EU climate chief Frans Timmermans, Poland climate minister Michał Kurtyka and Michael Bloomberg speak at an event on the green transition in Europe’s coal regions. – – – – – – – – –

TUESDAY, JULY 7

KATHMANDU – 73rd birthday of Nepal’s deposed king, Gyanendra.

LONDON – 15th anniversary of the attacks on London’s transport network that killed more than 50 and injured 700.

Malawi – President’s election. – – – – – – – – –

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8

BRUSSELS – Vice-President of the EU Commission Frans Timmermans presents the bloc’s smart sector integration in Brussels.

TOKYO – IMF Deputy Managing Director Furusawa, ADB President Asakawa speak at Columbia-hosted seminar – 1200 GMT.

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THURSDAY, JULY 9

TEHRAN – 21st anniversary of attack on Tehran University dormitory in 1999.

RAMALLAH – Palestine marks the 15th anniversary of a World Court ruling that Israel’s walls and fences in the West Bank were illegal.

SOUTH SUDAN – 9th anniversary of South Sudan becoming an independent state. – – – – – – – – –

SATURDAY, JULY 11

GLOBAL – United Nations World Population Day.

MUMBAI – 13th anniversary of deadly bomb attacks on Mumbai’s commuter rail network. – – – – – – – – –

TUESDAY, JULY 14

BRUSSELS – EU Commission vice-president Frans Timmermans speaks at online event on the role of the European Green deal in the bloc’s recovery from COVID-19. – 1330 GMT

PARIS – Bastille Day.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15

** NORTH MACEDONIA – North Macedonian Assembly election.

BRUSSELS – EU Commission vice-president Margaritis Schinas presents the EU’s plan for COVID-19 preparedness for a possible resurgence: early detection and response. – – – – – – – – –

FRIDAY, JULY 17

GLOBAL – World Day for International Justice. BRUSSELS – European Union leaders will meet in Brussels to haggle over a proposed COVID-19 economic stimulus and their next joint budget (to July 18) – – – – – – – – –

SATURDAY, JULY 18 GLOBAL – Nelson Mandela International Day. RIYADH – Saudi Arabia hosts third meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bank governors in Riyadh (to July 19).

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MONDAY, JULY 20 CYPRUS – Cyprus marks the anniversary of the Turkish invasion in 1974.

KYIV – President of Switzerland Simonetta Sommaruga will be the first foreign visitor of Ukraine after the COVID-19 outbreak (to July 23) – – – – – – – – –

TUESDAY, JULY 21

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Florida – 9th anniversary of conclusion of NASA’s space shuttle program after the successful completion of mission STS-135. SAINT PETERSBURG, Russia – Russia hosts SCO and BRICS summits (to July 23). – – – – – – – – –

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22

OSLO – 9th anniversary of Norway bombing and mass shooting at youth summer camp on the nearby Utoya Island where 77 people were killed.

BRUSSELS – EU Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis presents targeted amendments to financial regulations to facilitate the economic recovery post-COVID-19 crisis.

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MONDAY, JULY 27 MANILA – Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte delivers State of the Nation address. – – – – – – – – –

TUESDAY, JULY 28

GLOBAL – World Hepatitis Day.

GLOBAL – 106th anniversary of the beginning of World War 1.

PERU – 199th anniversary of independence. – – – – – – – – –

FRIDAY, July 31

VALPARAISO, Chile – Chile’s President Sebastian Pinera delivers the annual state of the nation address.

HANOI – Vietnam host 53rd ASEAN Ministerial Meeting and Related Meetings (to August 5).

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 9 BELARUS – Belarus President Election.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 ** SRI LANKA – Sri Lankan Parliament election.

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