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New Zealand approves quarantine-free travel with neighboring countries

New Zealand has approved quarantine-free travel with Australia. The announcement was made by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Tuesday. He said the two-way corridor for travel between Australia and New Zealand would be launched from April 18.

Jacinda made the announcement shortly after the cabinet meeting confirmed the date, AFP reported. “I can confirm that quarantine-free travel will be introduced in the next two weeks,” he said.

When it comes to launching international flights, I don’t see any country in the world adopting the strategy of keeping their country free of covid. That means we are the first in the world.

Jacinda Ardern

Travel bans were imposed in New Zealand during the Corona epidemic. Six months after the announcement, Australia announced that New Zealanders would be able to travel to certain states without quarantine.
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Jacinda called the move to allow quarantine-free travel for Australia a role model for the world. He said 26 people had died of coronavirus infection in New Zealand, a country of 5 million people. And in Australia, a country of 2.5 billion people, the death toll is less than a thousand.

Jacinda said, “I don’t see any country in the world launching international flights, which is a strategy to keep their country free of covid. That means we are the first in the world in this way. ‘

People associated with New Zealand’s tourism industry think that lifting the travel ban will boost New Zealand’s economy again. Jacinda urges Australians to take this opportunity. “We are safe to travel with your family,” he said.
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Putin has a chance to stay in power until 2038
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Published: 06 April 2021, 14:56
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Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s photo: Reuters

Vladimir Putin has given final approval to a law that would allow him to run for another two-year term. The Russian president gave his approval on Monday. The news agency AFP reported this information.

With the final approval of the law, Putin opened up for himself the possibility of Russia remaining in power until 2036.

Putin, 6, has been in power in Russia for more than two decades.

When Putin signed the new bill yesterday, it became law. A copy of the law signed by Putin has been posted on the country’s government legal information portal.

Putin proposed the change last year as part of a constitutional reform. In a referendum in July last year, the Russian people overwhelmingly supported the proposal. The country’s lawmakers approved the bill last month.
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Once the bill is passed into law, Putin will be able to run for president again at the end of his current term. His second consecutive term as president will end in 2024.

In 2000, Putin was elected first president. He then served as president for a total of two terms of four years. Due to his constitutional obligation, it was not possible for him to serve as president for the third time in a row. For this he became the Prime Minister. His closest ally, Dmitry Medvedev, took over the presidency. According to critics, Medvedev was the puppet president.

Medvedev extended the term of the Russian president from four to six years. The six-year term of the Russian president came into effect in 2012.

In 2012, Putin was re-elected President of Russia. In 2016, he was re-elected president.

Now Putin can run for president for two more terms. Opponents of Putin have sharply criticized the law. Critics say Putin has used this tactic to stay in office for life.

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