1. Foreign media revealed that the US National Security Agency cooperated with Danish military intelligence between 2012 and 2014 to monitor the activities of senior officials such as Sweden, Norway, Germany and France. Ministry of Foreign Affairs: facts have repeatedly proved that the United States is recognized as the world’s number one “Matrix” and a major thief. Its leaks include not only competitors, but also America’s own allies, making it a master of large-scale, indiscriminate eavesdropping. Even US allies say this is unacceptable. This has fully exposed whether it is true for the United States to maintain cyber security, to suppress competitors, to maintain the security of allies, and to maintain its own hegemony.
2. The total number of people watching the European Champions League through PP sports reached 56.19 million, and the average number of people per game reached 449000, an increase of 4% over the same period last year. The three most watched games of the season are Manchester City VS Chelsea (6.43 million), Liverpool VS Real Madrid (3.76 million) and Barcelona VS Juventus in the sixth round of the Champions League Group G (2.57 million).
3. WTO: the latest “barometer of trade in goods” shows that the climate index of global trade in goods is 100 above the benchmark point, reaching 109.7. Global trade in goods has recovered widely and the scale of trade has accelerated. Global trade in goods will continue to recover this year after a brief and deep decline in the second quarter of last year. At the same time, it warns that COVID-19 vaccination lags behind in all regions of the world, especially in poor countries, and the resurgence of the COVID-19 epidemic will undermine the process of trade recovery.
4.Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiwei Suga announced that Tokyo, Osaka Prefecture and other nine prefectures to extend the “Emergency Declaration” implementation period, from the original May 31 deadline to June 20. The Tokyo Olympic Games entered the final preparatory stage in the face of skepticism. As to whether the Tokyo Olympic Games will be postponed again, Tokyo Governor Koike Yuriko said it is basically very difficult.
5.British Prime Minister Johnson and his fiancee Symonds married at Westminster Abbey on the 29th local time, the BBC reported on the 30th. A Downing Street spokesman confirmed that the wedding, held on the afternoon of the 29th local time, was a “small ceremony”. It is reported that Johnson is the first British prime minister to marry during his term of office in nearly 200 years, and this is also Johnson’s third marriage.
6.WTO: the latest “barometer of trade in goods” shows that the climate index of global trade in goods is 100 above the benchmark point, reaching 109.7, with the extensive recovery of global trade in goods and the accelerated expansion of the scale of trade. Global trade in goods will continue to recover this year after a brief and deep decline in the second quarter of last year. At the same time, it warns that COVID-19 vaccination lags behind in all regions of the world, especially in poor countries, and the resurgence of the COVID-19 epidemic will undermine the process of trade recovery.
7.On May 28th, British Health Secretary Hancock said on the 27th that 3/4 of the new cases of COVID-19 in China were caused by mutated strains found in India, and that the epidemic in England showed signs of rebounding after the wide closure measures, according to British media reports. England was scheduled to unseal on June 21 “may have to wait”.
8.On May 28, local time, the Philippine Olympic Committee vaccinated athletes preparing for the Tokyo Olympic Games against China’s Sinopec COVID-19. Vince Dison, deputy director general of the Philippine government in response to the COVID-19 epidemic, said that vaccinating athletes against COVID-19 is an important measure to protect athletes. I would like to thank China for providing COVID-19 vaccine in a timely manner to ensure the smooth implementation of the Philippine vaccination program.
9.The Nikkei Asia Review reported on May 28 that in the four years to 2019, the total number of Japanese citizens and staff in international organizations achieved double-digit growth, while the number of Chinese staff grew even faster. According to United Nations data, by the end of 2019, Japanese citizens held 912 expert posts or higher in international organizations, an increase of 23 per cent over 2015 and almost double the number in 2001. By comparison, 829 similar jobs were held by Chinese citizens by the end of 2019, an increase of 41 per cent over 2015.
Post time: Jun-01-2021