Meghan Markle and Harry, very protective of their son Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrated the boy’s second birthday yesterday and shared a snapshot of him, which did not leave indifferent royal fans who were waiting to see the child’s face.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry they celebrated Archie’s second birthday yesterday and they shared a snapshot of the little boy from behind, which did not leave indifferent royal fans who expected to see the boy’s face.

This photo contrasts with the typical smiling images and showing the faces of children published by the Dukes of Cambridge. Like the one that Kate Middleton published last week on the occasion of the sixth your daughter’s birthday, Princess Charlotte.

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Body language expert Judi James, speaking to Fabulous Digital, says that Meghan and Harry show their protective character towards their son, while Kate and Guillermo have a more relaxed attitude. “They may be promoting Archie’s name as a brand for their causes, but Harry and Meghan seem much more reluctant to put a face to that name. His birthday photo shows a little boy from behind. He’s standing at a distance, absorbed in the huge globes, and that sense of distance is enhanced by the use of a historic-looking sepia wash. There is a message of protection and privacy in this photo, but also of isolation. Harry and Meghan have made their son seem enigmatic”.

“George and Charlotte’s birthday photos are a complete contrast. They are two children in full color and in the foreground, who react to the camera in the most natural and spontaneous way because it is their mother who is taking the photo. These shots are as expressive as Archie’s, loaded with mysticism. They have been chosen to allow us to see and feel close to the future king and his sister as they grow and change ”, he explains to the same medium. “It is clear that both parents adore their children, but it is those from Cambridge who seem more relaxed when it comes to sharing images of their little ones. “.


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Greece-Israel relations help stabilize the eastern Mediterranean

Three events that have occurred in recent weeks point to the importance of relations between Greece and Israel: the signing of an important agreement by which Israel will train the Hellenic Air Force; IAF participation (again) in the international air exercise Iniochos; and a meeting in Paphos of the foreign ministers of Cyprus, Greece, Israel and the United Arab Emirates.

This activity is accompanied by increasing uncertainty about global and regional events, making it more important for like-minded nations to come together and coordinate their responses.


On April 16, 2021, the Greek Ministry of Defense officially signed an agreement with Elbit Systems, a leading Israeli defense contractor, for a comprehensive training package for the Hellenic Air Force, including Italian M-346 training aircraft, avionics and a set of flight simulators modeled after Israel’s own training system. Valued at more than $ 1.6 billion over 20 years, this contract has unprecedented scope and strategic implications. Lt. Gen. (res.) Benny Gantz, Israel’s Defense Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, noted that the understandings reached with his Greek counterpart Nikolaos Panagiotopoulos highlight the growing interaction between the Israeli and Hellenic armed forces.

The same can be said for the involvement of IAF elements [Fuerza Aérea de Israel por sus siglas en inglés] (including F-15i and F-16 jets and transport aircraft) in the large cooperative aerial tactics exercise of the Hellenic Air Force, called Iniochos, in April 2021 at Andravida Air Base (together with participants from the USA, France, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, Cyprus and Canada). The IAF has been participating in this exercise since 2015 (when the only other invited Air Force was the [estadounidense] USAF). The UAE has been involved since 2017. The UAE’s willingness in 2017-2019 to train alongside the IAF was, to some extent, a sign of things to come.

This should be seen in the context of other recent military cooperation exercises between Greece and the armed forces, such as MEDUSA 2020 (mainly naval), in November-December last year, in which Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Cyprus and France participated. . Together, they constitute the pillars of a strategic alignment clearly geared to tackling various dangers to regional stability in the eastern Mediterranean.

In the same spirit, Israel’s Foreign Minister and former IDF Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General (res.) Gabi Ashkenazi met with his Greek and Cypriot colleagues, Nikos Dendias and Nikos Christiodoulides, as well as former UAE Foreign Minister M Anwar Gargash at a recently established strategic forum in Paphos, Cyprus, to discuss a number of issues that threaten regional stability. (The current Emirati Foreign Minister, ‘Abdallah Bin Zayd al-Nahyan, participated virtually). Thus, the “Abrahamic Accords” were once again linked to the community of interests in the eastern Mediterranean (along with a shared perception of the Iranian threat).

There are obvious gains here for Israel. The IAF benefits from the opportunity to train in new and unfamiliar settings. Most significant of all is the strengthening of ties between the partners of what could be described as the chain of like-minded nations from “Abu Dhabi to Paris”, with the partnership of Israel and Greece playing an important role.

For strategic, diplomatic, military, economic, social and even cultural reasons, this relationship has become a priority for Greece. (A prominent Greek MP, Professor Dimitris Keridis, said so explicitly in the wake of President Biden’s victory in the United States.) In Israel, these developments should be viewed the same way.

The need for close coordination is made all the more urgent given Turkey’s difficult situation and Turkish President Erdogan’s intense efforts to get out of a difficult situation. Ankara faces a distinct coldness in its relations with Washington. President Biden’s first conversation with Erdogan was about the United States’ decision to acknowledge the Armenian genocide of 1915, a highly charged topic for Turkey. In response to this dramatic shift from Trump’s often (overly) friendly attitude toward Turkey, Turkish diplomacy is trying to break up the like-minded coalition in the region. This explains Turkey’s recent indications of some thaw in ties with Israel, reduced tensions over Libya, a possible reboot with Egypt (after years of open hostility toward President al-Sisi), and the Turkish courtship of the Saudis. (who are dismayed at Biden’s policies) in Yemen.

At this delicate moment, Israel’s interest is not to close the door to a possible dialogue with Turkey, but to make it very clear that in this dialogue the needs (and fears) of Greece, Cyprus and Egypt must be on the table along with the concerns. From Israel. Turkish support for Muslim Brotherhood subversion (including Hamas activities and incitement in Jerusalem) must cease. The SEZ map [Zona Económica Exclusiva] in the Mediterranean it may be possible to redraw, but only if Israeli, Greek, Egyptian and Cypriot interests are respected, including unimpeded access to European markets, whether by pipelines or otherwise. Therefore, the efforts of Greece and Egypt (backed by France) to ensure that Libya does not become a strategic complement to Turkish policy must be supported. If Turkey wants to make up lost ground in Washington, it must take these positions into account.

To maintain this position, it is important that the participants of the “Paphos Forum” act in close coordination. The immediate challenge is to counteract, from a position of strength, Erdogan’s attempts to break the alignment of forces developed in recent years.

Source: JISS – Jerusalem Institute of Strategy and Security

Colonel (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman is Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute of Strategy and Security, JISS


Britain: Public spending linked to borrowing levels

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to propose reforms to government planning and assistance, the Financial Times reported, citing unidentified people who have seen the plans. “The plans will be among more than 25 bills, which are scheduled to be announced on May 11,” Bloomberg News quoted the newspaper report. The prime minister wants the government’s legislative program for next year to fulfill many of the promises included in the Conservative Party’s election statement in 2019, indicating that the United Kingdom is returning to normal life after the “Corona pandemic”. While Johnson also wants to start a comprehensive reform of the country’s social welfare sector, a major pledge, there is likely to be no clear plan in the Queen’s speech, the Financial Times reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. The newspaper report also mentioned that Treasury Secretary Rishi Sunak is reluctant to approve more public spending before borrowing levels are brought back under control.


Scottish game: Johnson must resign if he broke the rules

Pressure is mounting for the resignation of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the illegal use of private donations given to the Conservative Party.

In an interview given on Sunday to the portal of the British chain BBCScottish Conservative party leader Douglas Ross gave a resounding “of course” when asked if UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson should resign, should he be shown to have violated the code of ministerial conduct in the financing of the renovation of your official Downing Street apartment.

I believe that people expect the highest standards of those who occupy the highest functions of the country. So I think people are looking at the investigations that are currently underway and waiting for the answers.”, subrayó Ross.

On Wednesday, the British Elections Commission announced that it will officially investigate the use of more than $ 111,000 in the renovation of Johnson’s official apartment. On this case, a former adviser to the prime minister assures that the works were made with private donations, although Johnson rejects it, the debates continue, even in Parliament.

The British Foreign Secretary in the shadow of the Labor Party, Lisa Nandy said the same Sunday that it was clear that Johnson was withholding information from the public and called it “appalling” that the prime minister is not open about who loaned or gifted him the money. , and about what possible favors or promises it could have given.

At the moment, three investigations are examining the case andn critical moments since the regional and municipal elections are near, a few elections that represent the first electoral test for the Conservative Party of the premier, after the entry into force of the Brexi and the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic, which causes COVID-19.

Although previous polls suggested that the sordid allegations weren’t significantly affecting public support for the Tories, two new polls point to a setback in the Tories’ advance against Labor.

The results of a new opinion study, carried out between Wednesday and Friday by the consulting firm Opinion to more than 2,000 adults, it showed the Tories (42%) falling to a five point lead over Labor (37%), putting the Tories down two points and Labor four points higher compared to the previous week .

The British Conservative leader has been the target of harsh criticism since the start of the pandemic, more than a year ago, first accused of delaying taking necessary measures, and after wasting taxpayers’ money on supplying protective equipment without bidding.

And, lately, of having direct contacts with important businessmen, such as James Dyson, to whom he would have promised tax settlements in exchange for the manufacture of respirators for UK hospitals.



Asmar in the month of the sea

Alejandro Mihovilovich Gratz
Professor of History and Geography
Researcher at the Historical Archive of Concepción

After the signing of the Declaration of Independence of Chile in Concepción, on January 1, 1818, Don Bernardo O’Higgins realized the importance of the sea in the protection of national sovereignty. Hence his phrase, after the triumph of Chacabuco: “this triumph and a hundred others will become insignificant if we do not control the sea.”

During the years 1817 to 1818 O’Higgins, overcoming innumerable financial problems, organized the first national squad. Composed of a small fleet to which a series of other ships will be incorporated, by purchase or capture from the Spanish Empire, and after multiple operations, have a Chilean squad that was able to set sail to consolidate the Independence of Peru, with a fleet of 23 ships.

For the repair, and maintenance of a national navy, the participation of a series of craftsmen and specialized masters such as bank carpenters, blacksmiths, mechanics, specialists in cordonería, sails and other equipment to carry out the specialties, as well as boathouses and others . For this purpose, on December 5, 1817, an arsenal was created for the storage of weapons, ammunition and all kinds of items that the squad would need for its operation. This arsenal, installed in Valparaíso, is the base from which the maintenance and conservation of the Chilean naval fleet started.

Today, we commemorate the beginning of the month of the sea and, with it, the 61st anniversary of the emergence of Asmar, a company whose objective is the repair, construction and general services of the Chilean Navy, as well as the maintenance of the most of the fleet of ships that cross our extensive coastline.

Despite the fact that most of the Chilean cities were founded in the intermediate depression sector of our long territory, Chile has a series of ports of vital importance for the supply and import of our merchandise and raw materials. It also has the best bay in the Americas, according to Pedro de Valdivia’s story: the Bay of Concepción. Inside which the first dry dock was installed to repair our fleet and which was inaugurated on February 20, 1896; It can be said that at the time it was one of the main works, in Latin America and that, to this day, it serves the Shipyards and Maestranza de la Armada. At its inauguration, the Huáscar monitor and the Cochrane cruise ship entered the work to clean up their funds. After the dry dock and on the occasion of the acquisition of the armored cruiser Almirante Latorre, the need was created to build a new dock of greater proportions to service this new vessel, of dimensions little seen at the time.

Today, Asmar not only provides services to the National Squad, but also, through its technical staff and a series of recently acquired facilities, they are operating not only in maintenance, but also in the manufacture of ships for the Navy, companies and individuals that need it, and at this moment our first icebreaker ship is under construction, which will come to replace the former Admiral Oscar Viel, in the operations that our country has in the Antarctic continent.

On the occasion of the health crisis that today affects the country and the rest of humanity, Asmar and the University of Concepción have teamed up to build mechanical ventilators for hospitals and that are, without a doubt, a contribution to face these unfortunate moments.


Colo Colo C does not resist and goes thrashed from Chillán

A peculiar eleven of emergency must have presented Gustavo Quinteros. Despite coming forward, the Ñublense attack triad had a feast at the close.

The interesting Ñublense of Jaime García thrashed Colo Colo 5-1 and finished with his winning stride. After a first period of equal forces, with the jewels of the mini Cacique dazzling with their first little luxury in professional football and the Red Devils puzzled by the premiere festival, the chillanejo team imposed their experience and what an overwhelming way.

The story of Ñublense – Colo Colo

Is that Gustavo Quinteros had to manage to stop even an eleven. Due to the positive for coronavirus and the entire stellar squad in quarantine as they were considered close contacts, he could only count on Felipe Campos and Leonardo Gil as professionals (plus Fritz and Gaete who were not being part of the team), in addition to an arsenal of youth who They had been asking for their space for a while longer, as many newcomers as they changed the inactivity of the pandemic for the pressure of debuting in the highest competition.

Luci Arriagada was encouraged by the assembly of a counterattack and observed closely who motivated to join the attack. The combination with Carlo Villanueva and the pique into space so that the ’10’ finally opted for Juan Carlos Gaete highlighted that individualism could meet expectations. But of course, it is impossible to ask athletes who do not even play together for the collective performance shown by the discarded week after week. “Strategically they blocked me,” Garcia acknowledged about that start.

Maxi Quinteros tied with a killing volley before half an hour, Mathías Pinto inserted a shoe into the door of Julio Fierro – chosen over Carabalí – after a very long ball from Nicolás Vargas in the hour, and quickly the physical and the White concentration: Quinteros made the double with a header between two markers after the center of Chiqui Cordero, Nico Guerra shot Fierro by the same route as in the second red goal since Enzo Guerrero rejected from the bottom and found the former U. The timing errors were replicated, Fritz found it difficult to act as a winger and Bruno Gutiérrez found it difficult to join the attack due to the constant pressure from outside. “They released marks with the goals, it is typical, but I saw it complicated in the first half. We were upset, we used calm. We handled the game, they had to open up more than they were,” emphasized the winning coach.

Albo lost it 1-5 in the 90th minute. Manita for Ñublense in an afternoon that Fierro dreamed of, owner of paths covered by Federico Mateos, Branco Provoste, Pinto, Quinteros and Bernardo Cerezo, although with the worst possible result after the center behind by Jovany Campusano that Cerezo connected at full disposal. Not all were bad news, as Vicho Pizarro imposed his terms in the core passing circuit, Leo Gil led the debutants, Gaete proved strong in the duels with Campusano and between Villanueva and Cruz they moved as much as they could.

Decimated to nothing, the Popular failed to rise to first place or imitate its Superclassic version. Ñublense equaled him on the 10-point line showing that he can be just as deadly on a 3 or 4 line if he maintains his momentum and character to take advantage of every failure. Or accident. Or virus …


DF Connection to China | Huawei, Xiaomi … and Tesla

Qingjun Wu (Víctor) Executive Director Representaciones y Asesorias Aviqlo SpA, president of CODECHI

Qingjun Wu (Víctor)

On April 17, a car with 90% of its parts made by Huawei was launched at the Shanghai Auto Show. This is how another face of the gigantic AutoHuawei company appeared. Shortly before, Xiaomi had announced that it would invest US $ 10 billion in making smart cars, Xiaomi Auto. Two other tech giants, Baidu and Alibaba, also announced large investments in the auto space.

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We know Huawei and Xiaomi from their mobile phones, which are the top 5 best-selling brands in the world. But why are these companies investing in business areas that seem to have no connection with their original activities? It may be easier to link up with Tesla, the American electric car giant, which has a factory in Shanghai and the Chinese market accounts for 30% of its global sales. Probably Huawei and Xiaomi want to compete with Telsa with their new business. Why the new strategy of these technology companies?

On the one hand, the new players in this field not only produce cell phones, but are also high-tech companies that are highly adaptable to other business areas. Today Huawei is the world leader in e5G and is also the world’s leading provider of information and communication technology (ICT) solutions. It is also a leader in advanced digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, information in the cloud, etc.

Xiaomi, for its part, has invested in technology chain companies and launched the Mijiaque brand, which designs and manufactures smart wearable devices and smart home products. Four of the companies Xiaomi has invested in have become unicorns, and their products have won 116 awards for industrial design in China.

These companies are not making electric cars, but smart cars. The Chinese automotive market is entering a new era of four modernizations – “electricity, intelligence, sharing and smart grids” – opening up new opportunities for technology companies, taking advantage of the great momentum and support of the Chinese government in this new industry. By 2035, smart vehicles are expected to account for 30% of total car sales.

On the other hand, relations between China and the US remain tense. and affect several areas, especially in cutting edge technology. In this context, the Chinese government has given high priority to innovations and the development of the technology sector, defining for this to consolidate its qualitative growth model, reducing its dependence on the outside in favor of the domestic market through structural reforms that accelerate innovation and digitization of its economy in the XIV Five-Year Plan (2021-2025).


The Xunta awards the advice to companies affected by Brexit to an auditor with a long history of infractions in the United Kingdom

The Xunta de Galicia has awarded its aid office to Galician companies affected by Brexit to Grant Thornton UK, one of the most questioned audit firms in the United Kingdom in recent years.

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The company, which will resolve legal or tax doubts through the Galician Institute for Economic Promotion (Igape) to Galician companies and public bodies that want to trade with the island, has recently been in the spotlight of the British press and sector regulators for their bad practices when auditing their clients’ accounts.

One of the most recent cases was that of the popular coffee and pastry chain Patisserie Valerie, now bankrupt. Its liquidators asked Grant Thornton a fine of 200 million pounds in court in January for irregularities in the control of its balance sheets between 2014 and 2017. Last year, the auditor had already been fined for negligence with the Conviviality group, owner of an English chain of 24-hour stores, for which Grant Thornton ended up paying 1.95 million pounds (2.23 million euros) of fine.

Although this type of infraction and sanction is not uncommon in the world of large auditors, the Financial Reporting Council (FCR), the sector’s regulator in the United Kingdom, last year described Grant Thornton’s work as “unacceptable”, considering it the worst of the large auditing firms in the country in a ranking in which well-known firms such as KPMG, Deloitte or PwC are found. FCR analysis revealed that Grant Thornton UK made major errors in nearly half of the audits conducted in the 2019-2020 fiscal year.

Company sources in Spain downplayed these cases, as they were “common” in this sector, and indicated that their work for the Xunta will consist of a mere advisory service, without audits of any kind. Grant Thornton will assist companies with a team of experts in tax matters and commercial regulations based in London and will also have a delegation in Vigo.

This service in the British capital or “antenna”, as the Xunta calls it, has not yet begun to operate today, despite the fact that it is already offered on the Igape website and that the second vice president and councilor of Economy, Business and Innovation, Francisco Conde, announced that it would be launched in March in an act of the Confederation of Entrepreneurs of Galicia at the beginning of last month.

Although the award of this type of commercial antennas is usually published in the Contractor Profile of the Xunta, that of Grant Thornton UK is not found on the web. The Ministry of Economy, Business and Innovation ensures that it will be shown as soon as the contract is definitively signed. Regarding the irregularities of the audit in the United Kingdom, the Galician Government has limited itself to defending that Grant Thornton meets “all the requirements of the specifications”.

The trade agreement to exit the European Union does not impose tariffs on goods traded between Spain and Great Britain, but the new administrative controls imposed since January are causing a headache for many companies on the continent, especially the smaller ones, with larger problems coping with the new bureaucracy, and those moving rapidly perishable food products.

Brexit and the pandemic have taken a toll on Galician exports to the UK during the first two months of this year. In January, Galicia’s sales to the British market fell 40% compared to the same month of 2020, while the fall was 17% in February, according to data from the Galician Institute of Statistics (IGE). The United Kingdom was the fourth largest foreign market for Galician exports in 2020, with the automotive and textile sectors being the two sectors of the community that bill the most on the island.


A new era of office resentment is coming

Pilita Clark

Of all the workers who returned to the shops and pubs of England after the lockdown eased, I wonder how many will be like Ross Hanbury. The 39-year-old has been a physical trainer in London for almost 20 years, in gyms, schools and rugby clubs.

You deal with many people from different backgrounds, so you know that the pandemic has affected people in many different ways. That helps explain what he did a few days ago, when he finally returned to the West London gym where he does personal training. “My first question to people was, ‘How was your confinement?’” He said. “And then, based on their reaction, I gave them my honest answer or my diluted answer.”

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His honest answer is that he has had a pretty good pandemic. You have not lost your business. He has not been devastated by disease, nor have his close friends or relatives been affected. But he is not in a hurry to talk about this, because he knows many people who have been decimated by the Covid. The heartbroken. The unemployed. The bankrupt. The sick. Hanbury’s thoughtful demeanor strikes me as eminently sensible when thousands of workers are meeting again for the first time in months, often with no idea what the others have been through.

Unfortunately, their approach is by no means uniform, so HR experts are prepared for a repeat of the frayed tempers and angry words that erupted when people returned to work after the lockdowns were lifted for the year. past.

“We saw a lot of friction in organizations,” says David D’Souza, membership director for the Chartered Institute for People and Development. “You had a group of people who had very different perceptions about the experience of others and all these people were coming into contact.”

This generated what D’Souza calls “organizational resentment” between different camps of workers, which already appears to be resurfacing this year. The gap between those who could and couldn’t work at home has long been deep, especially if hard-core frontline workers were paid less. This time we must hope that there is a gap between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.

However, one of the most serious threats to the harmony of the office is the deep gulf between those who have participated in government leave programs that pay people for hours not worked in jobs that might otherwise have been eliminated. , and those who have not had that luck.

Bosses should be aware that these programs have created “two distinctive new groups of workers: those who were paid to continue working and those who were paid to stay home,” says Pearn Kandola, a business psychology firm. For full-time staff going through the crisis, the idea of ​​others getting paid to stay home may sound like a vacation. So when suspended workers have come back expecting to be granted real time off in the summer, that hasn’t always been well received, as several people on Twitter recently made clear.

One was puzzled that those who had been on leave were not forced to give up their paid vacation. “I am so happy that having worked all the damn weeks of this pandemic, I was able to contribute so that the licensing plan could work so well.”

However, to the unemployed, the people who kept their jobs at full salary can obviously seem like the lucky ones. Consider the case of Scott Walker, another 39-year-old Londoner I spoke to recently. The 2008 financial crisis ended his first career as a stonemason, so he changed course and spent four years obtaining an engineering degree that eventually landed him a job contract designing mechanical systems for theme parks and large concert stages. of rock. The job was rewarding, but unsafe, so he was relieved to finally land a full-time job at a London-based engineering company, just before the pandemic broke out.

This father of a two-year-old, with a new son on the way, has now spent more time on leave than at work, as Covid has closed concerts and theme parks. “It has been exceptionally stressful,” he says, adding that the fear of permanently losing one’s job has been constant. “I was beginning to think that I was going to have to change my profession again. But I thought, I’m getting too old to do this again. ” Walker will be back at work soon. When it comes, I hope you find more understanding than resentment. It seems to me that it is the least that workers like him deserve.


The Armenian Genocide | Opinion of Diego Carcedo

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the incombustible president of Turkey, has not metabolized the rejection of the European Union and his resentment reveals it almost daily. Since he managed to stop the military attempts to overthrow him by the simple method of incarcerating them all, has not stopped entangling the precarious international stability in its geographical area.

He is involved in the eternal war in Syria, he has interfered in the Libyan conflict and the Lebanese drama, he has fought, and immediately allied again, with Putin, he flirts with the Iranians, he has lent a hand in the Nagorno Karabakh confrontation and live obsessed with fighting the Kurds. Those who know him well say that his dream is to recover the old Ottoman Empire.

In ambitions it does not fall short. But in politics, and more so in international relations, there is never a lack of resources to curb ambitions. Turkey has been dragging for a hundred years the stigma of the genocide committed in Armenia. Between 600,000 and 800,000 people were assassinated by order of the government, then in Istanbul, in an attempt to erase from the map the identity and culture of the Armenian people who resisted their rule.

Successive Turkish governments never accepted this reality, which further tarnishes their history. They have always denied it and retaliated against those who thoroughly investigated and reported it. To this negative attitude, nothing less than the new American president has just responded, Joe Biden. In a speech that honors him, he announced that the Armenian genocide must be clarified. The first interpretations agree that it is a way to lower Erdogan’s fumes.