Hello. It’s Friday, June 17, 2022, and here’s a series of updates.
Anthony Albanese invited to Kyiv
No decision has been confirmed on whether Mr. Albanese will accept the invitation to Kyiv while attending the Summit.
President Vladimir Zelensky invited Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to visit Ukraine. Source: AAP
Russia hits more than 100 Australians with sanctions
Russia announced a similar move against dozens of British journalists earlier in the week.
Energy improvements remain uncertain
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Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy Chris Bowen. Source: AAP / DAN HIMBRECHTS / AAPIMAGE
Interest rates are rising across Europe
These moves come just a day after the European Central Bank agreed to plans at an emergency meeting to keep borrowing costs south of the bloc so it can raise rates in both July and September.
Global deaths associated with COVID-19 are rising in the past week
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says the number of infections is not very high due to many countries that reduce surveillance and testing.
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