Global SITREP for Monday, 25 March 2024 – Forward Observer

Global SITREP for Monday, 25 March 2024

Good morning, and welcome to the Global Situation Report for Monday, 25 March 2024.

  • Americas Rollup
    • Xóchitl Gálvez accused the Morena party of preparing for election fraud while she visited Oaxaca over the weekend.
    • Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador claimed that Trump would give up on the border wall, the American 2024 election would not change the relationship with Mexico and refuted the “Stay in Mexico” policy by saying, “We are not a colony,” during an interview.
    • Panama’s Security Minister Juan Manuel Pino reports that 101,000 people have crossed the Darien Gap in 2024, so far.
  • Indo-Pacific Rollup
    • The Chinese Coast Guard injured three Philippine Navy Sailors on a resupply mission with a water cannon.
    • Japan and the United States will update their security treaty at the White House meeting on April 10th for the first time in 64 years in response to the rising Chinese threat. (The Philippines will also be in attendance and may see a formal increase in ties with one or both partner nations. – J.V.)
  • Russia-NATO Rollup
    • Deputy Chair of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev vowed revenge against the perpetrators of the Crocus City Hall mass shooting, “regardless of the country of origin and status,” adding they “are now our main and legitimate target.”
  • Middle East Rollup
    • The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a Marxist-Leninist terrorist group based in Gaza, said they consider the construction of a dock for U.S. humanitarian operations part of a plan to create Gazan dependency on the United States.
    • Spain, Malta, Slovenia, and Ireland announced on Friday that they would take the first steps toward recognizing Palestine as an independent state to bring peace.
    • Israeli media reports that the Israeli government is looking for a non-American source of weapons after the U.S. criticized their war efforts.
  • Africa Rollup
    • Morocco will start a three-month naval exercise this Friday to exert control over disputed waters near the Spanish-owned Canary Islands. Spain and Morocco control opposite sides of the Strait of Gibraltar.

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