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d be decided by its own people, not outside powers.
The US has been working overtime to get international recognition for Gu
aido, who is the Venezuelan National Assembly leader, as the country’s president. The US has e
ven demanded international supervision of Venezuela’s political affairs in its draft to the UN.
Russia made a counter resolution, saying that Venezuela’s territorial integr
ity and political independence need to be safeguarded, emphasizing that the globall
y approved Montevideo Mechanism put forward by Mexico, Uruguay and the Caribbean Community be
applied to address Venezuela’s problems through dialogue, negotiation, commitments, and implementation.
The two resolutions make it clear that Washington wants to oust Maduro from power so it can h
elp install a US-friendly government in the country, especially because it sees Maduro as being anti-US and
pro-Russia; while Moscow is opposed to any outside interference in Venezuela’s internal affairs.
Trump claimed his administration had achieved “more than almost any administration in the history of the country” — and was met with open laughter.
National security adviser John Bolton, a former ambassador to the UN under President George W. Bush, was openly hosti
le toward the UN during his 2005 to 2006 tenure. The Trump administration has cut US contributions to the UN,
pulled out of several of UN organizations and opposed core UN-backed initiatives in
recent years, including the Paris Agreement on climate and the Iran nuclear deal.
Trump had wanted a woman to lead the US delegation at the United Nations, so
urces have told CNN. His original pick, Nauert, bowed out after it came to light tha
t she had employed a nanny who was legally present in the US, but wasn’t legally permitted to work.
The post, which had been a Cabinet level position under Haley, is widely expected to be downgraded.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had told aides he wanted the post downgra
ded after Haley leaves, an official familiar with his remark has told CNN. And Bolt
on has also been said to want the role downgraded, according to people familiar with his thinking.
The shift means Craft would wield less clout than her predecessor, both at the UN and within the administration, and as a r
esult, would pose nowhere near the challenge to Bolton or Pompeo.
This story has been updated.
The trip became known as the “Icebreaking Mission,” and the club members were called “icebreakers.”
The Chinese government speaks highly of the efforts made by the 48 Group Club for promotin
g China-Britain friendship, and looks forward to the “icebreakers” spirit being passed on and carried forward to mak
e new and greater contributions to deepening friendship between the two peoples, Li added.
Li stressed that China is willing to continue to work together with friends from all walks of life in Britain, on a basis of mutu
al respect and on equal footing, to continuously strengthen bilateral relations and cooperation, jointly safe
guard multilateralism and free trade, and promote the development of an open and inclusive world.
(Xinhua) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro visited the headquarters of the Boliv
arian National Guard (GNB) here on Friday, where he called for strengthening intelligence and preventive work.
“We must improve and strengthen intelligence systems, the intelligence of the Bolivarian National Guard is extrao
rdinary; on that base we must expand the preventative intelligence,” Maduro said.
According to Voice of China, parents of students recently reported that their children
were enrolled in a private boarding school called Fenglan School in Jincheng, Shanxi
Province, but they did not find that they had no school status until their sophomo
re year in senior high school, and that they could
not get their diploma to participate in the college entrance examination in the future.
It is understood that Fenglan School has more than 100 students who are not enrolle
d in the second year of senior high school. At present, the school has not given a solution, the local education departm
ent said that the problem of student status can not be solved, students can participat
e in the college entrance examination through social registration in the future.
These problems have occurred frequently in recent years. The main reason is that the sch
ions, and the local education department enforces the regulations of school roll manag
ement “to become strict”, which results in the students enrolled in violation of regulations can not register for school roll.
In fact, this is the sequela of not strictly governing education according to law in the past.
To deal with this problem, on the one hand, we should safeguard the rights of the stud
ents involved, on the other hand, we must investigate the responsibility of the education
departments and schools, and enhance the awareness of governing education according to law.