And Yevgeny Prigozhin, the Russian oligarch and head of the Wagner mercenary group, said he had nothing to do with the packages and also said that Wagner Group would "never engage in boorish stupid antics."
In Spain, the "bloody packages" was found with a spate of letter bombs, including one that injured a staffer at the Ukrainian Embassy in Madrid. This incident has raised suspicion about links to Russia while prompting Kyiv to ask for increased security at its overseas offices, The Washington Post reported.
Cambodian government is always seen standing against the world for defending China and its debt diplomacy, however, China's debt and security arrangements with Cambodia signal a greater plan for South East Asia.
Prague [Czech Republic], October 6 (ANI/PRNewswire): With setting up the goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2030 Zentiva continues its sustainability journey and embedded a comprehensive strategy across its operations.
Islamabad [Pakistan], September 27 (ANI): Already a "mastermind of human trafficking" to Europe, a top Pakistani diplomat, Israr Husain, has now been accused for his alleged involvement in issuing visas to Pakistani citizens for Europe in exchange for bribes, media reports said.
Beijing [China], September 23 (ANI): China's policy shift towards Afghanistan is a "New Great Game" in the region to use the country as a stepping-stone for broader regional strategic, economic and political endeavour and moving towards the realignment of the region's balance of power and hegemony, experts say.
Prague [Czech Republic], September 16 (ANI/PRNewswire): Between 7th and 9th September, the fourth ORBIS School was held in Prague. The event was co-hosted by Zentiva in close collaboration with the German company Physiolution and the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. Many various lectures and workshops were held during these three days and the participants had a great opportunity to share their experiences and knowledge based on their own research. Part of the program was a visit to Zentiva's R&D department in its Prague site.