Foreigners and stateless persons will be more easily employed in the territory of Azerbaijan, as the country is considering to eliminate work permit in several fields of employment.
Israel's Foreign ministry summons Swedish ambassador for talks, after new prime minister promises to recognize Palestine as a state in inauguration speech.
Offending New Zealand government once again, Israel refuses to accept the designated ambassador because he is also the ambassador to Palestine. Historically, whoever the New Zealand government accredits for Israel is also accredited for Palestine. The rejection is seen as a Zionist attempt to direct New Zealand's foreign policy.
The Kingdom of Bahrain has ordered the expulsion of Tom Malinowski, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labour who was confirmed by U.S. Senate for the job on April 2014 to advance human rights around the world, for interference in Bahrain's internal affairs. The top U.S. diplomat, now considered a persona non grata and must leave the Kingdom effective immediately, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday said Israeli embassy negligence costed the barring President Shimon Peres’s airplane to pass through their airspace.
The Philippines announced they would grant visa-free entry to 7 more countries, totaling 157 as of this year.
President Barack Obama signed into law an act that bars entry of certain representatives to the United Nations, violating the Geneva Convention and international law which U.S.A. agreed regarding treatment and protection of diplomats from all countries.
The US State department has banned the movement of Syria’s UN delegation, headed by Bashar al-Jaafari, to within a 25-mile (40 km) radius of New York City.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have recalled their ambassadors from Doha in protest at Qatar's interference in their internal affairs, they have announced in a joint statement.
Tunisia is going to resume its diplomatic relations with Syria and reopen their consulate in Damascus, Tunisian Foreign Minister Mongi Hamdi has announced.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced the expulsion on Monday night of three diplomats from the United States Embassy in Caracas for their involvement in acts of conspiracy against national security in conjunction with members of opposition political parties.
In another blatant disregard to international law, other nations' sovereignty, world leaders and anyone with diplomatic privileges, US denied President Nicolas Maduro's aircraft, which was en route to China for bilateral talks, to travel over Puerto Rico’s airspace, a US territory, and was forced to find an alternate path.