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🔶Trilateral NATO talks get heated
🔶Turkish court to discuss closure of pro-Kurdish party
🔶French delegation visits officials of North and East Syria
🔶Protests continue in Iran
🔶New TV series set in North East Syria
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Finland’s foreign minister said “time-out” was needed in trilateral NATO negotiations when President Erdoğan said that Sweden should not expect Turkey’s backing for the Nordic countries’ accession bids after giving permission for a Quran to be burnt outside the Turkish Embassy.
On the 25 January, the Turkish Constitutional Court will discuss the Peoples’ Democratic Party’s application for the adjournment of a closure case against the pro-Kurdish party until after the upcoming national elections .
The Crisis Affairs Officer for the French government Stephane Romatet told the officials of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, that the French government will continue its support for the region.
In the fifth month of anti-government uprisings in Iran, protesters on Sunday night took to the streets of Tehran and other cities across the country, shouting slogans against the Islamic Republic.
In other news, Rojava Film Commune has completed shooting Evîna Kurd, a series about North and East Syria after the Rojava revolution. While telling the story of a Kurdish family in North and East Syria in 2017, the series also focuses on fundamental societal changes in the region.
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