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The wedding of the youngest Prime Minister. The wedding of the 34-year-old Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin and the footballer Marcus Raikkonen took place. This is reported on the official website of the country’s government. Sanna Marin became Prime Minister in December last year. His candidacy was supported by 99 deputies. She is not only the youngest Prime Minister in the world, but also the third woman in the country’s history to hold this position. Before Marin became Prime Minister, Ukrainian Alexei Goncharuk was considered the youngest Prime Minister in the world.

The festival in Salzburg continues. The famous classical music festival, which opened in Salzburg, Austria, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. On the opening day of the festival, large-scale concerts and various performances by artists were held in Mozart’s homeland. The Salzburg Festival is one of the most important events, and it opened this summer, despite the complexities of the world. His experience can be encouraging for others as well. But this time the 44-day anniversary program has been reduced to 30 days.

Exhibition in Pompeii. An exhibition dedicated to the jewelry of the inhabitants of the ancient city of Rome has opened in Pompeii. Scientists say that before the eruption of the Vesuvius volcano, in the first century AD, the ancient Romans began to use not only jewelry, but also cosmetics and expensive fabrics. Among the finds are hair combs, mirrors, and perfume containers. The most famous of these is the gold bracelet, which weighs more than 600 grams. The city fell under the Vesuvius Volcano on August 24, 79 AD.

Parliamentary elections will be held. The Iraqi parliament is scheduled for by-elections on June 6, 2021. This was announced by the Prime Minister of the country Mustafa al-Kazimi. “We will do our best to ensure that the elections are successful and transparent,” al-Kazimi said. It should be noted that the country’s parliament passed a new election law in December last year. The last parliamentary elections in Iraq were held in May 2018.

The first underwater museum in Greece. A submarine museum has been opened in Greece, where real and virtual excursions can be made to an ancient ship that was wrecked early. This was reported by the Greek website Greece High Definition. The museum is located 25 meters deep near the uninhabited Peristeri Island in the western part of the Aegean Sea, in the remains of a Greek merchant ship that sank in about 425 AD.

Polypropylene bags are not commercially available. – Chile completely refuses to use polypropylene bags in trade. It took two years. Or rather, the ban on polypropylene bags in the country began on August 3, 2018, ”said Environment Minister Caroline Schmidt. Currently, the process has been completed with the introduction of a ban on polypropylene bags in small and medium-sized stores. In the past, malls have refused to use polypropylene bags. In two years, Chile has managed to prevent the sale of 5 million of these products. For each bag sold, the shops will have to pay a fine of 250,000 pesos – about $ 330.

The astronauts are back. NASA astronauts Douglas Herley and Robert Benken have returned to Earth. Crew Dragon, SpaceX’s newest spacecraft under a NASA contract, was launched from Earth in late May. This was his first human flight. The spacecraft remained in orbit for two months, during which time astronauts took part in the work of the 63rd crew of the International Space Station. This is the first time since 1975 that an American drone has landed in the ocean.


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