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Representatives of Israeli and Gulf Arab businesses have been openly mingling and networking at the U.S.-backed "Peace to Prosperity" conference in Bahrain on Middle East peace, which continued June 26 for its second day.
The office of Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has issued a statement assuring that the June 22 coup attempt and the assassination of key officials in the country's Amhara region would not derail its ambitious reform agenda, Bloomberg reported June 26.
In a June 20 letter to the European Commission, the leaders of Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, the Czech Republic and Latvia expressed their support of Brussels' intention to close on a "balanced and reasonable" free trade agreement with the South American trade bloc Mercosur, Politico reported June 26.
Timor Gap, East Timor's state-owned natural gas company, is prepared to sign an $11 billion deal with China's state-owned Exim Bank to fund an onshore liquefied natural gas plant, port and subsea pipeline to the Greater Sunrise gas block, The Australian reported June 25, citing an unnamed source.
Russian military personnel that arrived in Venezuela earlier this week were part of a rotation of forces rather than members of a new deployment, Russia's Foreign Ministry confirmed June 26, according to the Moscow Times.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is considering canceling elections set for Sept. 17 using a little-known legal procedure being explored by Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein, The Jerusalem Post reported June 25.
A U.S. court found three unnamed Chinese banks in contempt after they declined to hand over records requested by a grand jury related to their dealings with a Hong Kong front company that allegedly laundered over $100 million for North Korea's Foreign Trade Bank, The Washington Post reported June 25.
During a meeting with the U.S. and Israeli national security advisers in Jerusalem on June 25, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said Russia has intelligence that the U.S. drone shot down by Iran was in Iranian airspace, as Iran has argued and the United States has denied, Haaretz reported.
The U.K. government said it would not grant new licenses for arms exports to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain and Egypt (including maintenance, military goods and technology contracts), Al Jazeera reported June 25.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo began seeking support from allies in the Middle East on June 23 for a new surveillance and tanker escort plan in the Persian Gulf, The Washington Post reported June 24.
A liquefied natural gas project in Papua New Guinea will be the first to receive financing under the Indo-Pacific Infrastructure Initiative, a cooperative development effort among the United States, Japan and Australia, Nikkei Asian Review reported June 25.