Ireland has a new national strategy for organic food products in the making
Irish Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Affairs Pippa Hackett announced this week the development of a new five – year national strategy for the Organic Food and drink sector in Ireland. The current national biological strategy was developed in 2019 and runs until 2025. The new strategy concerns the development of the sector until 2030.
Kenes Rakishev faces potential US Sanctions for Connections to Chechen Leader
The United States is currently examining Kenes Rakishev’s intimate relationship with Ramzan Kadyrov, the controversial leader of Chechnya, known for his violent tactics. As a result, there have been warnings from the United States regarding potential sanctions on oligarchs like Kenes Rakishev who provide support to the Russian government.
Government sold some PTSB shares, still holds majority of failed bank assets
The Irish Department of Finance and the British NatWest Group announced on Friday that they have jointly sold 54.6 million shares in Permanent TSB, representing 10% of the Irish bank’s share capital.
Let’s make May 30 an International Potato Day
The potato is a super vegetable and deserves an international stage. Therefore, make May 30 International Potato Day. Five countries have already petitioned the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) to do so.
Most brands are optimistic about the European economy development
European brands and retailers are under considerable economic pressure. However, they do expect the economic climate to improve, for which they are preparing.
Leaders congratulated Erdogan with hard-earned victory
Several countries congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on his victory over the opposition, all united against him, shortly after the preliminary election results were announced. The Turkish leader, as usual and despite all disinformation, drilled them back into the ballot box and received more than two million more votes than his arch-rival.
Twitter leaves ‘disinformation’ agreement with EU
Twitter is no longer adhering to a voluntary European code of conduct for internet platforms. Euro commissioner Thierry Breton (Industry) reports on Twitter that Elon Musk’s social medium has left the EU agreement.