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Exercise : International - Latest Current Affairs
  • International - Latest Current Affairs
1.
Where was India's first overseas Jan Aushadi Kendra inaugurated?
Mauritius
Sri Lanka
Nepal
Bangladesh
Answer: Option
Explanation:
India's first overseas Jan Aushadi Kendra was inaugurated in Mauritius by S Jaishankar, alongside Mauritian PM Pravind Kumar Jugnauth. This initiative is part of India's commitment to provide affordable, made-in-India medicines and symbolizes the strengthened healthcare relations between India and Mauritius.

2.
Which country is implementing a visa-free policy for 35 European countries?
Ukraine
Belarus
Poland
Russia
Answer: Option
Explanation:
Belarus will introduce a visa-free policy allowing citizens from 35 European countries, including EU members and the UK, to stay for 30 days without a visa. This initiative, supported by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, allows entry and stay through road and rail checkpoints, enhancing Belarus's connectivity with Europe.

3.
With which country did India implement the Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) for organic products?
Taiwan
Japan
South Korea
China
Answer: Option
Explanation:
India and Taiwan have implemented the Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) for organic products, marking the first bilateral agreement for organic products between the two countries. The agreement, executed by APEDA from India and AFA from Taiwan, aims to streamline organic product exports by avoiding dual certifications, reducing compliance costs, and enhancing trade opportunities. This will facilitate the export of key Indian organic products such as rice, processed food, green/black and herbal tea, and medicinal plant products to Taiwan, boosting trade in the organic sector.

4.
Which country does India support on the issue of the Chagos Archipelago in line with its stand on decolonization?
Mauritius
United Kingdom
United States
Madagascar
Answer: Option
Explanation:
India has expressed its support for Mauritius regarding the Chagos Archipelago issue, aligning with its stance on decolonization. The Chagos Archipelago, an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, has been a point of contention, with Mauritius asserting its claim over the islands since gaining independence in 1968. The International Court of Justice ruled in 2019 that the UK's governance of the Chagos Islands was unlawful and called for its withdrawal.

5.
Who was re-elected for a second term as European Commission President?
Roberta Metsola
Charles Michel
Bas Eickhout
Ursula von der Leyen
Answer: Option
Explanation:
Ursula von der Leyen was re-elected for a second five-year term as President of the European Commission on July 18, securing a majority vote from European Parliament lawmakers. This re-election ensures leadership continuity for the EU as it navigates multiple challenges, including the war in Ukraine, climate change, and migration issues. Von der Leyen’s victory was celebrated as a win for pro-European and pro-democracy forces.