On 22 October, the US President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden held the second final debate in Nashville, Tennessee, where they presented their final arguments to voters.
The Berlin-based summit is backed by the UN World Health Organization (WHO), involving 100 countries, and around 2,500 participants, geared towards improving health worldwide and respond to global health challenges, the UN News reported.
The International Labor Organization (ILO) published the results of a study, which notes that the consequences of the pandemic have seriously hit the garment industry in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region and left many workers in this sector unemployed.
The Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) approved roadmap on the formation of a common market for organic agricultural products.
V. Putin, R. Erdogan and M. Salman have a lot in common. The leaders of Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia have regional ambitions. And all of them are at risk and inclination to use military force. Their interests often contradict each other, which contributes to the incitement of conflicts over the expansion of their sphere of influence in the territory stretching from the Middle East to North Africa and the Caucasus. If their rivalry gets out of hand, civilians will suffer, according to the Financial Times (UK).
The environmental situation is becoming an increasingly significant factor affecting the politics and economy of both individual countries and integration associations. The coronavirus pandemic has shown the need for a transition to sustainable economic models, one of which is considered to be a "green" economy.
According to experts, today there is a shortage of irrigation water in Jambyl region of Kazakhstan, which negatively affects the country’s agricultural sector.
The World Bank published the report "COVID-19 and Human Capital (Economic Outlook Update for Europe and Central Asia)".