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Sweden sends delegation to Ankara to discuss NATO membership

Stockholm (The Times Groupe)- The Swedish government announced Sunday that it sends a delegation of diplomats to Turkey to discuss Sweden's desire to join NATO.

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China says will not accept moves undermining peace, security in SE Asia

PoliticsChina says will not accept moves undermining peace, security in SE Asia

Beijing (The Times Groupe)- China warned on Tuesday it would not accept any action that undermines peace and security in the region.

In a regular press briefing, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lijian Zhao acknowledged that the US has faced “various challenges” to its plans to host a summit with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) later this week.

Zhao said Beijing welcomed countries outside the region playing a positive role in promoting peace and development, according to China’s state-run daily Global Times.

“Any action aimed at undermining” peace and stability is not acceptable, he added.

The ASEAN-US Special Summit will begin on Thursday in Washington, DC.

The Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, the current ASEAN chair, departed for Washington on Tuesday to attend and co-chair the summit.

Sen’s office announced that he was visiting at the invitation of President Joe Biden.

ASEAN Leaders will also meet with American business leaders regarding economic cooperation. ASEAN Leaders will also meet with U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris and US cabinet secretaries regarding climate action, clean energy and sustainable infrastructure, the statement said.

Biden, Harris, and other officials are expected to meet with leaders of ASEAN countries in Washington.

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