good morning! Spotnik follows the most relevant articles in Brazil on Monday (14), marking the victory of the Brazilian team in the first match of the Copa America, the NATO summit and the appointment of the new Prime Minister of Israel.
Govit-19: Sao Paulo expects vaccination deadline at 1 month
During a press conference on Sunday (13), the Governor of Sao Paulo, Jono Toria, made the announcement Vaccine anticipation In the state. According to him, the full adult vaccination of Sao Paulo will be carried out by the end of September. “This is great news for Brazilians, Sao Paulo and residents of Sao Paulo over the age of 18. Adults will be vaccinated until September 15,” Toria said. Region de Paula, coordinator of the state immunization program, said the anticipation of the deadline was related to the fact that new vaccines would soon be available from the health ministry. However, Brazil has confirmed a further 1,118 deaths from 36,998 cases of COVID-19, with a total of 487,476 deaths and 17,413,996 cases diagnosed, according to the Federation of State Health Departments and Journalists.
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Indigenous Brazilians hold boards in Brazil, June 13, 2021 against resistance to the corona virus infection (COVID-19) and against Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro.
Brazil launches Copa America
The South American Football Championship kicked off in Brasilia on Sunday night (13) Wave of political, health and business debates. The first group stage match took place at the Mane Garrincha Stadium in the country’s capital, where Brazil beat Venezuela 3-0. Markinhos, Neymar and Gabriel Barbosa Authors of goals. In another match, the Colombian team defeated Ecuador by a single goal by Edwin Cardona. The next match of the Brazil team will take place on Thursday (17) at 9pm against Peru at the Nilton Santos Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. However, on Saturday (12), the Venezuelan team announced that it had found 13 Govt-19 cases in its 65-member delegation. Bolivia confirmed four cases, including three soldiers and a member of the training staff.
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Marginhos celebrates goal with his team during the match against the Venezuelan national team on June 13, 2021
Israel congratulates new PM
This Sunday, the Knesset – Israeli Parliament – Approved the new government coalition, Ends 12 years of Benjamin Netanyahu’s leadership. The new government is led by Yamina, the leader of the right-wing party. Naphtali Bennett. However, such an event does not mean that the former Israeli prime minister will step down from politics, as he is expected to remain in opposition as leader of the Likud party. With the formation of the coalition government, the two-year cycle of political stagnation in four elections in Israel came to an end. US President Joe Biden has already congratulated the new Israeli Prime Minister. Netanyahu accepted his defeat with dignity and shook hands with Bennett before leaving the room.
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Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shakes hands with new Prime Minister Naphtali Bennett, June 13, 2021
NATO praises Pita at ‘important’ summit after Trump
The leaders of NATO’s 30 member states are meeting today, Monday (14), for the first time since 2019, at the coalition’s military headquarters in Brussels. Described as a “critical moment” by the NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, The event should replace the page of four tense years with Pitton’s predecessor Donald Trump, who called the Western alliance “obsolete.” Member state representatives agreed to focus on climate change, tackling China’s military escalation, as well as a new cyber security policy. This last question “realizing that cyberspace is competing at all times will ensure that we have strong technical skills, political advice and military planning,” Stoltenberg says. In addition, at the center of the meeting’s agenda will be the so-called NATO 2030 strategic concept, which was proposed by the General Secretary of the camp. This document has three main priorities: keeping the coalition strong militarily and politically, and ensuring that the coalition has a “global approach.”
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NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks to reporters at the NATO summit in Brussels on June 20, 2021
Biden says Queen Elizabeth II asked her about Putin and G.
US President Joe Biden has praised the 95-year-old British monarch after his private meeting at Windsor Castle at the end of the G7 summit. “I don’t think this is bad for you [eu dizer isto], But she reminded me of my mother, her looks, her generosity, “Biden said. The above Issued by Reuters. He also said that the Queen had asked him about the leaders of China and Russia. “He was very kind, which is not surprising, but we had a great conversation. He wanted to know about the two leaders I will meet soon – about President Putin, Xi Jinping, we had a long conversation,” he told reporters. Elizabeth II gave a welcome to G7 leaders and their wives on Friday (11), where she burst into laughter as she cut a cake with a ceremonial long sword.
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Queen Elizabeth II meets President Joe Biden and his wife Jill at Windsor Castle on June 13, 2021
China condemns joint G7 report
This Monday (14), the Embassy of China Condemned a G7 Joint Report (Which criticized Beijing on a number of issues) was said to be a major interference in the internal affairs of the country and urged the group to stop slandering him. Sunday (13), G7 leaders Called on China to address human rights He emphasized the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait to maintain greater autonomy in the majority Muslim region of Xinjiang and Hong Kong. The Chinese embassy in London said it was against references to Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan. “We urge the United States and other members of the G7 to respect the facts and understand the situation, to stop slandering China, to stop interfering in China’s internal affairs and to stop harming China’s interests,” the statement said. To promote international cooperation rather than artificially creating conflict.