ANP/NOST Second Chamber
NOS Nieuws•vandaag, 06:50
Good morning! Today a debate on the Spread Act begins in the House of Representatives. And national security advisers from Azerbaijan and Armenia are in Brussels to discuss the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh.
First the weather: there are quite a few cloud fields over our country, which sometimes make it difficult for the sun to shine through. With a moderate southerly wind it will be about 22 degrees.
Are you going on the road? Here you will find an overview of the work. And look here where the track is being worked on.
What can you expect today?
The House of Representatives is starting a debate on the Spread Act. This was adjusted, after which there appears to be a majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. National security advisors from Azerbaijan and Armenia are in Brussels for discussions on Nagorno-Karabakh. It is the first high-level meeting after Azerbaijan took control of the ethnic Armenian enclave last week after invading the area. South Korea is holding a major military parade in Seoul. It is the first time in ten years that this has happened. Five Bulgarians are on trial in London on suspicion of spying for Russia. They are said to have collected information between August 2020 and February 2023 and also monitored targets elsewhere in Europe.
What did you miss?
The premium for basic insurance at health insurer DSW will increase by 11.50 euros per month next year. Customers of this insurer will therefore pay 149 euros per month. DSW is thus implementing the largest increase in health insurance premiums since the introduction of the Health Insurance Act in 2006.
Several factors influence rising healthcare costs. Like everyone else, healthcare has to deal with high inflation, which, for example, also causes wages to rise sharply. In addition, more and more people are using care, partly because the number of elderly people in our country is growing.
Other news from the night:
And then this:
Football club KAA Gent has a system that links deposits on plastic cups to someone’s bank card. Intended for recycling, but also useful for tracking down vandals who throw cups on the field.
Ghent is also unintentionally tackling beer throwers with a 1.50 euro deposit on plastic cups
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