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The Ukraine War has tightened the ranks of China and Russia against the West

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The Ukraine War has tightened the ranks of China and Russia against the West

As Russia’s “military operations” launched in Ukraine, its western neighbor, have left behind a year, the war has brought China and Russia closer together in their geopolitical rivalry against the United States and its Western allies.

 

As the anniversary of the beginning of the war approached, messages came to the fore in Beijing and Moscow that China and Russia would “continue strategic cooperation and coordination” and “fight together against hegemony and confrontation in the international arena”.

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In the intervening year, China avoided giving the impression that it supported Russia in the war in Ukraine while increasing geo-strategic rivalry with the USA and regional tensions prompted the Beijing administration to get closer to Moscow, which faces similar challenges with the perception of a “common enemy”.

China, which does not want to lose the support of power like Russia in its rivalry with the USA and the West, often emphasized that it is not in an “alliance” with Moscow, but gave the appearance of “purification” with its attitude during the war in Ukraine.

While China provided diplomatic and rhetorical support to Russia in the international arena, especially the United Nations Security Council, of which the two countries were permanent members, throughout the war, it was observed that the trade volume between Moscow and Beijing increased, especially in the field of energy, after the West’s economic sanctions against Russia.

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“Unlimited Friendship”

The meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, during the Russian leader’s visit to China for the Beijing Winter Olympics on February 4, 2022, just before the start of the war last year, signaled Beijing’s stance in the war that would soon begin. interpreted.

The joint statement of the two leaders, emphasizing that “friendship between China and Russia has no limits” after the meeting, was interpreted as Beijing “was previously aware” and “given implicit approval” of the military operations that began 20 days later, right after the end of the Olympics. led to

After the start of the Ukrainian war, China emphasized the country’s neutrality, followed a cautious stance, and called for a peaceful resolution of the problem.

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Chinese spokesmen said that “the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries should be respected” on the one hand, and on the other hand, avoided using the words “occupation” and “attack” against Russia and expressions that would mean condemnation.

On the other hand, the spokespersons gave rhetorical support to Russia by voicing the demand “to respect the legitimate security concerns of all countries”.

Criticizing NATO’s expansion in Europe, China supported this rhetoric, accusing the United States of inciting conflict.

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China, which voted “abstention” in the UN General Assembly’s condemnation resolution, was among the few countries that did not directly condemn Russia’s action after the intervention.

Economic relations

While China did not participate in principle by opposing the West’s economic sanctions against Russia, it profited from the shifting trade as the sanctions restricted trade between Europe and Russia.

The trade volume between the two countries increased by 29.3 percent in 2022 compared to the previous year and reached 190.3 billion dollars. In this period, China’s imports from Russia increased by 43% and exports increased by 12.8%.

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China, the world’s largest energy consumer, and importer have met about 70 percent of its oil imports and 40 percent of its natural gas imports from Russia in the last 5 years.

In 2022, the amount of crude oil imported by China from Russia increased by 8 percent, while the monetary size of imports increased by 44 percent. Although China took advantage of buying discounted oil from Russia, which was affected by the sanctions, it faced a larger energy bill as global oil prices rose due to the Ukraine War, and inflation and interest rates soared.

China made attempts to become an alternative address in this period when the natural gas flow between Europe and Russia was cut off due to the war. On February 4, 2022, the two countries signed a 30-year supply agreement for the construction of a new pipeline in addition to the “Power of Siberia” pipeline. When the construction of the line, which is planned to be established between Russia’s East Siberia region and northern China, is completed, it will be able to supply up to 50 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year.

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On the other hand, Russia continued to supply gas directly to China through the existing line built in 2014 after the annexation of Crimea. Russia, the second largest gas supplier to China after Turkmenistan, also exported liquefied natural gas to the country by land and sea.

Weapon support controversy

Beijing, on the one hand, benefited from the benefits of the development of trade and economic relations with Russia, on the other hand, it was careful not to affect the Chinese companies with more extensive ties with the West, while being cautious and largely complying with the framework of the sanctions.

China has avoided the sale of critical industrial products and weapons systems, especially aircraft spare parts.

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Russia’s decline on the battlefield and its problems with weapons and ammunition increased doubts and concerns in the West that China could support Russia in this area.

On February 19, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken claimed that American intelligence had received information that China was considering providing Russia with weapons and ammunition to assist in the Ukraine war.

Arguing that Chinese companies are already providing “non-lethal” support to the Russian defense industry, Blinken argued that the new information shows that Beijing can also directly supply “lethal” weapons and ammunition.

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the European Union (EU) High Representative for Foreign Relations and Security Policy Josep Borrell also made statements reiterating Blinken’s claims.

Borrell said that China’s supply of weapons to Russia for use in Ukraine would be the EU’s “red line”.

“Non-lethal” support claim

In a report published on February 4, the independent organization “C4ADS”, headquartered in Washington, which evaluates national security threats, claimed that Chinese state companies were selling products including jammers and spare parts for warplanes to sanctioned Russian defense companies.

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The report claimed that China exported tens of thousands of dual-functional products that could be used in both commercial and military applications after the start of the Ukraine War with Russia.

However, it was noteworthy that the alleged exchanges were made between Chinese companies and Russian companies, to which the USA has already invested, and most of them were made within the framework of agreements before the start of the war.

Chinese spokesmen, describing the allegations as “disinformation”, stated that the biggest source of weapons in the Ukraine war is the USA and NATO countries and that they find it meaningful that the USA and NATO countries unfairly defame China.

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“We will not accept pressure on Sino-Russian relations”
Arguing that it favors a peaceful solution to the Ukraine problem, the Beijing administration accused the United States, as a major country, of “fuelling the fire” and “trying to profit from the situation” instead of finding a political solution to the crisis.

Chinese officials stressed that Sino-Russian relations are “not allied”, “not aimed at confrontation” and “not targeting third parties”, and said they will not allow the United States to blame and pressure China for its relations with Russia.

No matter how the Ukraine War develops, it is predicted that China will maintain its closeness with Russia against the West on the one hand, and will try to maintain its economic relations in a balance that will not shake its ties with the West, on the other.

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Protests grow after police kill 17-year-old in France: At least 150 people were detained

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Protests grow after police kill 17 year old in France At least 150 people were detained

The demonstrations that started on Tuesday after a 17-year-old teenager was killed in Paris, the capital of France, after he did not comply with the stop warning of the traffic police, continued yesterday.

Clashes broke out between the police and the demonstrators in Paris, at least 150 people were detained. The demonstrations spread to other cities as well.

The most intense clashes took place in Nanterre, a suburb to the west of Paris, where the teenager, identified as Nahel M, was killed.

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Demonstrators threw Molotov cocktails at the police in Nanterre and burned down an electrical installation. The newspaper Le Monde reported that the police had to partially withdraw from Nanterre.

In the videos circulating on social media, it is seen that vehicles are burned and shops are looted.

Molotov cocktails were thrown at many police stations in Paris.

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Luxembourgers will soon be able to legally keep and smoke weed

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Luxembourgers will soon be able to legally keep and smoke weed

Luxembourgers of age will soon be allowed to keep a maximum of four cannabis plants at home for their own use. They may also smoke the ‘harvest’ thereof. Weed is prohibited in public.

It took the Luxembourg parliament five years to reach this agreement. It is a watered-down version of a plan to fully legalize marijuana.

The partial legalization is part of a package of measures. With this, the Luxembourg government wants to reduce drug crime in the country.

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Among other things, the government wants to develop state-controlled supply chains and control cannabis sales.

Justice Secretary Sam Tanson said the drug policy of the past fifty years was a “failure”. Although weed was banned, it was widely used.

Public use and possession remain prohibited

The use and possession of marijuana in public remains prohibited. However, the fine will be reduced to 25 to 500 euros for possession of less than 3 grams. Anyone who carries more weed on the street risks six months in prison or a fine of 2,500 euros.

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The government hopes that the new rules will prevent drug trafficking and protect Luxembourgers from contaminated weed. According to opponents, the illegal trade will continue and will not limit consumption.

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UBS to lay off thousands of Credit Suisse employees

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UBS to lay off thousands of Credit Suisse employees

Switzerland’s largest bank, UBS, is preparing to fire thousands of employees of the bank it bought after completing its state-aided takeover of rival Credit Suisse.

Swiss banking giant UBS is preparing for layoffs after taking over Credit Suisse. The giant bank will dismiss more than half of the employees at Credit Suisse, which has 45,000 personnel, next month.

The segments that will be most affected by the wave of layoffs will be bankers, processors and support personnel. Employees of Credit Suisse branches in London, New York and some Asian regions will be the ones most affected by this wave.

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THERE WILL BE 3 SEPARATE WAVE OF WORK

There will be three separate waves of layoffs this year, according to sources who asked for anonymity as the plans have not yet been made public. It is stated that the first wave is expected to take place by the end of July, while the other two tours are planned in September and October.

Three months after UBS bought Credit Suisse in a government-brokered bailout, the full extent of the layoffs began to become clear.

When the deal was completed, UBS’ total headcount rose to nearly 120,000, and the company said it aims to save about $6 billion in personnel costs in the coming years.

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IT WILL FIND 35 THOUSAND PEOPLE

It is thought that UBS plans to eventually cut its total headcount by around 35,000 people. UBS spokespersons are refusing to comment on the layoffs for now.

After the Wall Street investment banks, including Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, announced that they would lay off thousands of their staff, UBS also started to lay off their staff, showing that things are getting worse for the global financial sector.

WHAT HAPPENED?

After the banking crisis that started in the USA in March, there was a Credit Suisse panic in Europe. The developments after the Saudi National Bank, the biggest partner of Credit Suisse bank, announced that it would not increase its capital, dragged the bank to the brink of bankruptcy.

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Switzerland’s largest bank, UBS, bought 167-year-old Credit Suisse for 3 billion francs, with the government’s liquidity support of 200 billion francs.

While the total number of employees of UBS and Credit Suisse reached 120,000 worldwide, UBS announced that it would make layoffs to reduce costs.

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Streets in flames in France

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France is confused the streets are on fire

After the death of a 17-year-old teenager by police fire in France, many vehicles were set on fire, and many people were detained in the incidents.

In the city of Nanterre, France, 13 people were detained in the events that started with the death of the 17-year-old driver yesterday as a result of the fire opened by the police.

Those who reacted to the incident took to the streets in different cities such as Nanterre, Suresnes and Mantes-la-Jolie and set garbage bins and vehicles on fire. While the firefighters were responding to the fires, a brawl broke out between the youth and the police in different neighborhoods of the city.
A fire broke out in the town hall and a school, and a total of 13 people were detained.

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REACTION FROM POLITICIANS

Police opened fire on a vehicle in Nanterre, which had 3 people and did not comply with the “stop” warning, and the 17-year-old driver died. While one child in the vehicle was taken into custody, the other child fled the scene and an investigation was launched into the incident.

While the French politicians were reacting to the incident, in the images reflected on social media, it is seen that the police who opened fire were not in front of the vehicle, but at the level of the front left seat.

In the footage, it is evaluated that the vehicle hit the pole after the police fired the gun pointed at the driver.

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2 people died in Spain due to hot weather

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2 people died in Spain due to hot weather

The first extreme heatwave of summer in Spain killed two people.

A 47-year-old farmer in Seville on 24 June and a 46-year-old farmer in Ciudad Real on 26 June died from extreme heat while working in the field, according to information from the civil aid organization and local governments.

Stating that the heat especially affects the farmers and construction workers working in the open field, the authorities demanded that measures such as drinking plenty of water, using a hat and not staying in the open area during the peak hours of the sun.

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ALARM IS GIVEN

Due to the first extreme heat wave of summer, which started last weekend and is expected to leave the country from tomorrow, 8 of 17 autonomous administrations in Spain were given a 1st or 2nd degree alarm.

According to the meteorological forecasts, the air temperatures in the Andalusia region in the south of the country will decrease to 30-38 degrees from tomorrow.

On the other hand, the Public Health Agency in Spain announced that a total of 10 extreme heat waves were seen in the summer of 2022 and the hottest summer of the last 30 years was detected. In the data, it was shared that 10 people died from extreme heat in 2022 and that heat had an indirect effect on 337 deaths.

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Coup attempt in Russia

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Coup attempt in Russia: Wagner, the mercenary group condoned by Putin, rebelled against the Russian army!

The Federal Security Agency asked the Wagner fighters to arrest their leader, Prigojin.

Yevgeni Prigojin, the founder and leader of the Russian mercenary group Wagner, claimed that he ordered the leaders of the Russian army to strike the group’s camps and killed a large number of Wagner warriors.
Wagner’s leader, who has been making statements against the Russian Ministry of Defense for months, made an unorthodox statement against the leaders of the Russian army, saying he would “stop” them and asked Russian citizens to remain calm.

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“Putin is aware of developments”
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitri Peskov said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is “aware of the developments” and emphasized that “all necessary measures will be taken”.

According to Russia’s public broadcaster RIA Novosti, the Federal Security Agency has launched a criminal investigation for starting an armed uprising. Agency asks Wagner fighters to arrest their leader Prigojin

“The evil brought by the army of this country must be stopped”
“We were ready to make concessions to the Ministry of Defense, we were going to lay down our weapons. Today we see that the promises made have been broken. They launched missile attacks on our camps,” Prigojin said in the audio recording released by his spokespersons.

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Prigojin said, “Wagner’s council of commanders has made a decision. The evil brought by the army of this country must be stopped” and called on the Russians “not to resist them”. “We’re 25,000 people, and we’re going to take a look at why there is total lawlessness in this country,” said the Wagner leader.

“Prigojin’s statements do not match reality”
“We are not carrying out a coup,” said Prigojin. “We are marching for justice. Our moves do not endanger ordinary Russian soldiers.”

“Prigojin’s statements do not match reality,” said the Russian Defense Ministry.
According to Vyorsyka’s report, Wagner members called their relatives on Friday and said goodbye to them before Prigojin’s statements.

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“Coup Attempt in Russia”
T24 writer Hakan Aksay evaluated the developments with his social media account. Describing the tension as a “coup attempt in Russia”, Aksay announced that an investigation was launched. Aksay included the following statements in his message:

“The coup attempt in Russia. Prigojin, the owner of the mercenary Wagner units, which Putin allowed to develop and gain strength with dubious methods, announced that he took action with 25 thousand armed youth not only against the Minister of Defense Shoigu, but also “against the turmoil in the country.”

Kremlin spokesman Peskov said that President Putin is aware of everything and that necessary measures will be taken. The Russian intelligence agency FSB launched an investigation into Prigojin’s statement on the allegation of “coup attempt.”

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Netflix opens its own restaurant

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Streaming service Netflix is now opening a restaurant, too.

Netflix is opening a restaurant. The chefs in the cooking shows will cook.
Netflix is also stepping into the food industry after digital broadcasting and mobile gaming.
The company announced two days ago, Netflix Bites, to open its restaurant in Los Angeles, USA. At the restaurant, the Chef’s Table on the platform, Nailed It! and Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), will present their dishes to customers.

Chefs include Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Ming Tsai, Andrew Zimmern, Rodney Scott, Ann Kim and Jacques Tortres. Mixologists such as Frankie Solarik and Julie Reiner on the Cocktails are Our Business (Drink Masters) program will also showcase their drinks at the restaurant.

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This temporary restaurant, which will open on June 30, will host its guests for two weeks.

Netflix’s statement said it would provide “fans and gourmets with a restaurant experience like no other.” Josh Simon, Vice President of Consumer Products at Netflix, said:

“With Netflix Bites, we’re creating a face-to-face experience where fans can immerse themselves in their favorite cooking shows. We’re excited to collaborate with these exceptional chefs who will bring that vision to life and showcase their delicious menus.”

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Reservations for the restaurant can be made online.

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There will be a fee to enter the New York city center by car

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There will be a fee to enter the New York city center by car.

There will be a fee to enter the New York city center by car. In order to reduce traffic congestion in New York City, USA, it was decided to charge a vehicle entry fee to the Lower Manhattan area.

It is on the agenda to collect money from those who enter the busy Manhattan area of New York with their vehicles.

According to the news reported by CNN, the administration of US President Joe Biden has approved the program that will charge vehicles entering the Lower Manhattan area of New York City.
If the app goes live, it will work like any road toll. However, it will be a first in the United States, as there will be a special charge for driving in the high-traffic area below 60th Street in Manhattan.

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WHO WANTS TO ENTER THE REGION WILL PAY 9-23 DOLLARS
According to the proposals, charges will be made from $ 9 to $ 23 during peak hours. The application will go into effect next spring.

Although the plan was discussed for years, it was delayed each time. But last month, the Federal Highway Administration took the first step by approving the publication of the environmental assessment on the subject. “This program is critical to the long-term success of New York City,” New York Governor Kathy Hochul said last month.

ONE OF THE WORLD’S WORST TRAFFIC

Every day, 700,000 cars, taxis and trucks flock to Lower Manhattan, one of the busiest areas in the world. Lower Manhattan is known as one of the most congested traffic areas in the United States.

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Since the traffic is very crowded, cars can only travel at a speed of 12.1 km per hour here. Bus speeds have dropped 28 percent since 2010, while New Yorkers lose an average of 117 hours each year in traffic.
It is planned to reduce the number of vehicles entering the congested area by at least 10 percent, if a toll is charged. It is thought that the application will increase public transportation.

Similar systems are currently being implemented in 7 cities in Europe. This system has already been implemented in London and Durham (England), Stockholm and Gothenburg (Sweden), Milan (Italy), Znaym (Czech) and Valletta (Malta).

CRITICAL APPLICATION

On the other hand, there are also criticisms of the system. Commuters from New York City’s outer boroughs and New Jersey say the program will hurt drivers who have no viable means of getting to Manhattan other than by car, and it will disproportionately affect low-income drivers.

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In addition, opponents of the application are of the opinion that traffic in Manhattan could be diverted to low-income areas of the city such as the Bronx.

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Berlusconi, former prime minister of Italy, passed away

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Famous businessman Silvio Berlusconi, who was the prime minister of Italy for many years, passed away.

Silvio Berlusconi, one of the former prime ministers of Italy, who has been struggling with health problems for a while and entered politics after building one of the country’s largest media empires, has passed away.

It has been announced that the billionaire businessman who steered Italian politics and led four governments from 1994 to 2011 died in San Raffaele Hospital in Milan.

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Berlusconi, who allegedly had sexual intercourse with young women in a villa in 2010 and made orgies known as “bunga bunga”, had a very difficult time. It was claimed that Berlusconi had an affair with Moroccan Karima al-Mahroug.

Berlusconi, who continued his political life despite the corruption and sex scandals about him, was 86 years old.

HE WAS INVOLVED IN THE COALITION GOVERNMENT

Berlusconi, who was diagnosed with cancer, was hospitalized in April due to a lung infection and was treated in the hospital for a long time.

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Berlusconi, who is the head of the centre-right party Forza Italia, of which he is the founder, found himself in the coalition government of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in the elections held in September. Berlusconi was also in the Italian Senate.
Berlusconi, the owner of the Italian football club AC Milan, had a hard time with sex scandals, also known as “Bunga bunga”, in the early 2010s.

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Explosion sound heard in the USA!

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F-16 warplanes caused panic in Washington, the capital of the USA. The sound of a huge explosion heard in Washington caused panic.

In the social media posts, it was stated that around 15:30 local time, a big noise similar to the sound of a sonic explosion was heard. While it was recorded that shaking was felt in the houses due to the explosion, some social media users commented that the explosion may be related to a possible military exercise.
It was recorded that the police asked the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) about the incident after citizens called the emergency lines, and the US Department of Homeland Security tweeted, “We are aware of the explosion sound heard in the capital, there is no threat at the moment.” expression was used.

Later, on the social media account of the Annapolis Emergency Management Office, it was shared that the explosion was caused by an “authorized flight under the Ministry of Defense” and that the military plane exceeding the sound limit caused the sonic boom.
In a written statement from the Federal Aviation Administration, it was reported that the Cessna-type plane, which took off from Tennessee to Long Island, entered the no-fly zone over the capital, then crashed into a mountainous terrain in the southwest region of Virginia.

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A few hours after the plane crashed, the local police announced that the rescue team had reached the wreckage of the plane. In the statement, which stated that there were no survivors in the accident, according to the first determinations, it was noted that the investigations at the accident site were continuing.

In the US press, there was information that the plane in question did not respond to the radio warnings, and thereupon, the F-16s took off with the emergency response authority at supersonic speed, which caused the explosion of sound.

It was also stated that during the incident, military jets used flares that could be seen by the public in order to attract the attention of the pilot, and that the flares did not pose a danger to the people on the ground due to their rapid and completely extinguishing feature.
No information was shared about why the plane did not answer the calls, how many people were in it, and why it crashed.

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White House officials announced that US President Joe Biden, who was playing golf at the Maryland military base, was informed during the incident.

It was noted that the FAA is continuing its investigation into the incident and will relay the details later.

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