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Russia's invasion of Ukraine exceeds eight months and Ukraine is preparing for a harsh winter. We tell you the last hour of the war in Ukraine live.

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Russia summons the Polish ambassador

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicated this. This Wednesday that he summoned the The Polish ambassador in Moscow, the day after the fall of a missile in Poland that left two deaths and that raises fears of an escalation in the conflict in Ukraine. Despite Ukraine's initial accusations Thursday that it was a Russian missile, Poland and NATO said Friday it was probably a Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile, fired to defend the country against a wave of bombing attacks. Russians on Ukrainian territory.

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Sweden gives another 275 million euros in aid to Ukraine

The country's prime minister, Ulf Kristersson, has pointed out that it is “a military assistance package that is much larger than the previous eight”. “It is the largest and it attends to Ukraine's priorities on what it considers the country needs right now”, he has pointed out. For his part, the Swedish Defense Minister, Pal Jonson, has asserted that the new package includes air defense systems, so necessary for the Ukrainian Army, which seeks to deal with Russian missiles, according to information from the newspaper 'Dagens Nyheter'.

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Police arrest two Ukrainians in Barcelona accused of laundering funds from arms trafficking

The businessmen Oleg Etnarovich and Sergii Motsman have been arrested upon arriving in Spain by plane, after what they have testified by videoconference before the judge of the National Court Ismael Moreno. Read more information at this link.

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Robles points out that, although the missile

The Minister of Defense, Margarita Robles, has claimed this Wednesday that although the missile that fell in Poland was Ukrainian, the “only person responsible” is Russia, which was the one who started the attack. the military offensive on Ukraine last February. Robles has confirmed that the first data of the investigation maintain that the explosion that caused the two deaths in Poland was not caused by an attack from Russia, as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has assured. “We are not in the presence of Russian aggression, but it does have to be clear to everyone that the only one responsible is Russia,” the minister said, explaining that Ukraine is in danger. He was exercising his right to self-defense and, in that context, it was in that context that the “accident” in Poland took place.

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Ukraine restores power to much of the country after blackouts caused by Russian attacks

The Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelenski, has reported this Wednesday that the electricity supply has been restored in a large part of the country after the massive blackouts suffered in the last day as a result of the attacks perpetrated by Russia against the territory.  “Most of the clients have seen the electrical service fixed in several regions,” he asserted after having regretted that the objectives of the Russian forces are focused on the country's energy facilities.  Nevertheless, Kirilo Timoshenko, deputy head of the Ukrainian Presidency office, has qualified that thousands of people in various parts of the country still suffer technical problems to fully access the supply.

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NATO says there are 'no indications of a deliberate attack' on Poland

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has no evidence of a “deliberate attack on Poland” when referring to the missile that fell on the island. He left that country on Tuesday and left the country. Two people were killed, the secretary general of the military alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, said Wednesday. “Our preliminary analyzes suggest that the incident was probably caused by a missile from the Ukrainian air defense system to defend the country from Russian missiles,” Stoltenberg said at the end of an emergency meeting of ambassadors from Ukraine. NATO.

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Hungary's reaction

From Hungary, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the least belligerent EU leader with Moscow, called on him. , has pointed out that it is time for “a calm and complete investigation.” “One thing is certain: Hungary is firmly on Ukraine's side,” he emphasized, hours after speaking with his Polish counterpart.

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The reaction of the Baltic countries

The Baltic countries also quickly joined the Ukrainian thesis pointing fingers at Russia, but not so. The rest of the NATO members, who after an intense round of contacts both with Poland and among themselves have seemed to conclude that, at this point, nothing clear can be inferred as to who was responsible for the shots. The The incident has surprised part of the heads of State and Government of the Alliance in Bali, where the G20 summit has been held, and the meetings and calls have been constant this Wednesday. Common support for Ukraine and criticism of the Russian offensive, but caution as to what it would mean raising political tension to thresholds that had not yet been reached.

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Prudence prevails in the NATO countries, waiting to clarify what to do. what happened in Poland

The explosion registered on Tuesday at a farm in Poland and the consequent death of two people has raised all the alerts in NATO, although for now the messages from the leaders of allied countries revolve around prudence. Neither the Polish government nor any great power has directly blamed Russia, beyond what is said. to link this dangerous incident to the escalation of attacks on neighboring Ukraine. The Ukrainian war had already crossed borders in recent months, but never before had a projectile hit the territory of the Atlantic Alliance. The organization's statutes include in article 5 the collective defense clause, which involves all member states in the event of an attack against one of them, but Poland is currently considering invoking article 4 and open queries.

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Widodo says the G20 discussion to agree to mention Ukraine was “very tough”

< p>The President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, assured Today that the mention of the war in Ukraine agreed by the members of the G20 in the joint document was “very harshly discussed” and was the only “disputed” paragraph of the document. In a press conference at the end of the G20 leaders' summit, held in Bali between Tuesday and Wednesday, Widodo affirmed that he was “unstoppable”. He noted that the mention of the Ukrainian war, condemned by most members in the document, was the most “contentious.” “We talked about it until midnight, and finally the Bali declaration was agreed upon and passed,” said the leader, known as Widodo. The “majority” of the G20 countries condemned the attack. today firmly the war in Ukraine and rejected the war. “the use or threat to use nuclear weapons” in a text, agreed by the group of twenty, which contains 52 paragraphs and refers to various topics, including food security and the climate crisis.

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Russia denies attacking kyiv

The Russian authorities have denied this Wednesday having attacked kyiv during the last day, as denounced by the Ukrainian government, and they have again denied their involvement in the fall of a projectile on Polish soil that has left two dead. The spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, Igor Konashenkov, has indicated that the Russian Army “has not been involved in the launch of missiles against kyiv during the attacks carried out” throughout Tuesday, according to It has been reported by the Interfax news agency. “During the massive attacks on November 15 with high-precision weapons, not a single projectile was launched against targets in the city of kyiv,” he assured despite He learned that the mayor of the city, Vitali Klitschko, had denounced that several houses had been hit by the missiles.

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Meloni meets with Modi after expressing her solidarity with Morawiecki for the explosion

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni met at the This Wednesday with his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, after having a telephone conversation with his Polish colleague, Mateusz Morawiecki, to express his solidarity after the explosion. of the missile that caused the the death of two people. Meloni, who “showed her great apprehension and concern about what happened in Poland” and expressed her concern. “her solidarity with the Polish government and people,” she is saying. “We are meeting in Bali with NATO and European allies to verify what happened and assess the next steps,” the government said. “It is, in any case, a new confirmation of the seriousness and consequences

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Pope expresses “pain” and “concern” at “strong missile attack on Ukraine”

The Pope has shown his “pain” and “concern” at the impact of Russian missiles that this Tuesday left more than seven million Ukrainian homes without electricity, causing blackouts in neighboring Moldova. “It is with pain and concern that I have learned the news of a new and even stronger missile attack on Ukraine that has caused deaths and damage to many civilian infrastructure,” said the Pontiff. I did after the catechesis this Wednesday. The Pope has once again asked for prayers “for the martyred Ukraine”. After the audience, Francis prayed that “the Lord would make the desire for peace prevail for the tormented Ukraine” and “to avoid any escalation of violence” and thus be able to speak. He “opened the way for a ceasefire and dialogue” after a missile caused two deaths on Polish soil.

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Russia assures that the missile that fell in Poland it is from Ukraine

The Russian Ministry of Defense stated that it is from Ukraine. This Wednesday that the missile that fell on in Polish territory it belongs to the Ukrainian arsenal, according to Russian specialists who analyzed the photographs of the fragments of the projectile. According to Russian military spokesman Ígor Konashenkov, these are pieces of S-300 air defense missiles.

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Pedro Sánchez's message about the missile that fell in Poland

This Wednesday the leaders of the G-7 and NATO participating in the G-20 summit in Bali held an emergency meeting to conclude their full support for Poland's investigation into The explosion of a missile that took place yesterday in the city of Przewodów. The meeting took place at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Bali to delve into the explosion that left the two deaths in Poland and the missile attacks that Ukraine has suffered in the last few hours by Russian troops.

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President Duda reconvenes the Polish Security Council

The Polish National Security and Defense Council meets this Wednesday to analyze the situation after the impact yesterday of a missile on Polish territory, at the request of the country's president, Andrzej Duda. The Council already held an emergency meeting on Tuesday at the request of the Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, which was followed by a meeting. The new call by Duda to analyze the situation. In addition, the Government is expected to decide whether to invoke It agreed to Article 4 of NATO and therefore calls for a meeting of its allies.

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Ukraine figures at more than 600 Russian soldiers killed in combat in the last 24 hours

The Ukrainian Army has estimated this Wednesday at more than 600 Russian soldiers killed in combat during the last 24 hours and has indicated that to date more than 82,700 Russian soldiers have died since the start of the invasion. The General Staff of the Ukrainian Army has pointed out that “around 82,710” soldiers “have been liquidated” since the start of the war –including 630 during the last day–, unleashed on February 24 by the invasion order given by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Likewise, he highlighted in a message posted on his account on the social network Facebook that since the start of the war, 2,871 battle tanks, 1,860 artillery systems, 209 anti-aircraft defense systems and 393 mobile rocket launchers have been destroyed. Multiple self-propelled and armored vehicles.

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At least one dead and seven wounded in a new Russian attack against Donetsk

The Ukrainian authorities have reported this Wednesday that at least one person has died and another seven have been injured in a new attack by Russian forces against the town of Bakhmut, in the Donetsk region, in the east of the country. ;s. The governor of the area, Pavlo Kirilenko, has indicated that the Ukrainian Army has also found the lifeless bodies of three civilians, who “were killed during the Russian occupation of Sviatohirsk and Shchurove,” according to the official. n has explained in his Telegram account. However, it has warned that it is “impossible” to establish the exact number of victims in areas such as Volnovaja and Mariupol, among other cities that have been seriously affected by the bombings.

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The nightmare of a Ukrainian medical volunteer in Russian hands: “They tortured me with electric shocks”

Yulia Paievska suffered torture of all kinds during the three months of her captivity: “They constantly sought to humiliate us.” Read here the article.

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Brussels outlines the guidelines for a cap on the price of gas

The European Commission transferred the This Wednesday at Twenty-seven, he will outline the guidelines for a possible mechanism to limit the price of gas in cases of emergency and whose value would be set in advance to speed up decision-making, according to the text he has read. had access Eph. Brussels shared the He presented a working document on this “correction mechanism” at a meeting of ambassadors of the member states to the EU and in it he proposed putting a cap on the price of gas futures with delivery scheduled for The month following the transaction in the benchmark TTF Dutch index. This ceiling would be activated if the price in said index “reaches a predefined level” that the document does not yet specify. But it adds a second condition: that said increase “does not correspond to a similar rise in the world market (comparison with LNG prices).

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Is there a risk of a third world war because of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine?< /p>

“The incident with the alleged Ukrainian 'missile attack' on a Polish farm proves only one thing: by waging a hybrid war against Russia, the West is approaching world war,” former Russian President Dmitri Medvedev wrote on Twitter. The fear of a new Great War has increased momentarily after two people have died from the impact of a missile that has caused an explosion in Poland, near the border with Ukraine. Read more at this link.

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Sunak and Biden agree that Putin is responsible for economic problems

The British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, and the US President, Joe Biden, agreed in a bilateral meeting in Bali, on the sidelines of the G20 summit, in which the actions of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and his regime are directly responsible for the world's economic problems. like this He pointed it out. The official residence of 10 Downing Street was announced this Wednesday in a statement, stressing that Sunak and Biden emphasized the need to maintain international pressure to ensure that the Russian invasion of Ukraine fails. “The leaders agreed on the domestic and international importance of the strong UK-US relationship, particularly given the challenging economic times facing the world,” the statement said.

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Ukraine again activates nationwide alert after explosion in Odessa

The Ukrainian authorities once again activated anti-aircraft alerts throughout the country, after the massive Russian attacks the previous day and before a new explosion in Odessa, where the U.S. Army acted. air defense. According to the Ukriform portal, the alert applies to all of Ukraine, except for the annexed Crimean peninsula. In the previous day, Ukraine received the impact of about 100 Russian missiles, which is considered the largest attack since the beginning of October. The power supply was cut off. He was in a “critical” situation, according to what was reported by the police. The presidency of the country was announced, and it has also been warned that this Wednesday there will be new emergency cuts throughout Ukraine.

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Sunak accuses Russia of firing missiles while the G-20 sought a resolution to the war

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Wednesday accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of launching indiscriminate attacks against civilians in Ukraine. In a press conference on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Bali, Sunak criticized the government. He blamed Russia for firing missiles into Ukraine just as the G-20 was meeting to seek a solution to the war.

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The G20 statement states that “the majority of members strongly condemn the war in Ukraine”

The countries that make up the G20 have approved this Wednesday a final declaration that states that “the majority of the members firmly condemn the war in Ukraine” and “demand the total and unconditional withdrawal of Russia from Ukrainian territory “. The document, published by the bloc's communications system, indicates that the member countries “reiterate their national positions expressed in other forums” and “regret in the strongest terms Russia's aggression against Ukraine”.  “Most members strongly condemn the war in Ukraine and stress that it is causing immense human suffering and exacerbating existing fragilities in the global economy, constraining growth, increasing inflation, disrupting supply chains, raising energy and food insecurity, and raising risks to financial stability,” the text reads.

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A Ukrainian presidential adviser: “Russia is to blame for any 'missile incident'”

A senior aide to Ukraine's president said Wednesday that Russia was to blame for any “missile incidents” following the invasion of his country. “In my opinion, it is necessary to adhere to only one logic. Russia started and is waging the war. Russia massively attacks Ukraine with cruise missiles,” Mykhailo Podolyak said in a written statement afterward. The president of the United States, Joe Biden, said that a missile that killed two people in Poland were probably not shot from Russia.

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Iran accuses of hypocrisy ;criticizes the US for saying that the nuclear pact is not a priority

The Government of Iran accused This Wednesday, he accused the United States of being a “hypocrite” for stating in public that the nuclear agreement is not a priority, while in private he contacted Tehran to close it “hurriedly”. “The United States is acting hypocritically,” said the Iranian minister. Foreign Minister, Hosein Amir Abdolahian, to local television. The head of Iran's diplomacy affirmed So Washington is here. He was sending messages to Tehran for the restoration of the 2015 agreement, which limited the Iranian nuclear program. in exchange for the lifting of sanctions, the last ones less than 72 hours ago. “The United States has sent messages through some foreign ministers and they are in a hurry to negotiate, but Robert Malley (the US nuclear negotiator) hypocritically says that negotiations are not their priority,” the US continued. Abdolahian.

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China calls for “calm” and “containment” after the death of two people from the impact of a projectile in Poland

The Government of China has called this Wednesday for “calm” and “containment” after the death of two people due to the impact of a projectile in Polish territory, in the midst of the conflict in Ukraine. “We have seen the reports. In the current situation, all relevant parties must remain calm and restrained to avoid a worsening of the situation,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao. None. Likewise, he has stressed that “China's position on the matter in Ukraine is clear and consistent” and has advocated “dialogue and negotiation to resolve the crisis peacefully,” according to ;n has picked up the news portal China News. After the incident, the President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, called for “action” in response to the “Russian missile attack” on Poland, territory of the Atlantic Alliance, and which puts the United States on alert. “collective security”.

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How will the group react? Why NATO to the explosion of shells in Poland?

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will chair the meeting. This Wednesday an “emergency” meeting will be held on the “tragic incident” of a missile explosion in Poland near the border with Ukraine that Warsaw says is “Russian-made” “. The meeting will be held He met at the level of the ambassadors of the NATO countries “in the morning in Brussels to discuss this tragic incident,” confirmed the minister. The spokesperson for the Alliance, Oana Lungescu, told Efe.

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Anti-aircraft alerts in all regions of Ukraine after the Russian attacks

Warning sirens sounded across all regions of Ukraine on Wednesday morning, according to an official air defense app, the day after multiple Russian strikes, mainly in energy infrastructure, which left at least one dead in kyiv. On a real-time updated map of the country, all twenty Ukrainian regions were on alert at 10:03 (08:03 GMT), according to this app.

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Macron and Modi call to verify the origin of the explosion in Poland

The president of France, Emmanuel Macron, and the prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, called today to carry out the “necessary verifications” to determine the origin of the explosion that killed the man. this Tuesday in Poland two people near the border with Ukraine. Both leaders held a working breakfast this Wednesday on the margins of the G20 summit, held in Bali (Indonesia), and reaffirmed their commitment to peace. “The two leaders asked to carry out the necessary verifications so that light is shed on the explosions that occurred in Poland yesterday. After Russia's massive bombardments against Ukrainian civilian infrastructure the day before, the two leaders reaffirmed their call for of peace”, he transmitted the Élysée in a statement.

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UK and Canada; stress the importance of a full investigation into the attack in Poland

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with Ukraine's President Zelensky to stress the importance of a full investigation into a missile attack in Poland, they said Wednesday. rcoles Sunak's office. “The prime minister and Prime Minister Trudeau stressed the importance of a full investigation into the circumstances behind the missiles that landed in Poland yesterday,” Sunak's office said, after the two leaders they spoke to Zelensky from the G20 summit in Indonesia. “They stressed that whatever the outcome of that investigation, Putin's invasion of Ukraine is directly to blame for the ongoing violence.”

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NATO and G7 leaders show prudence in the face of the event in Poland

NATO and G7 leaders are wary of the explosion. In a joint statement agreed on the margins of the G20 summit held in Bali, they point out their “full support” for Poland in the investigations. “We have agreed to remain in contact to determine the appropriate next steps while the investigations continue,” the text indicates. The statement also stresses kyiv's “firm support” in the face of Russian aggression and condemns “barbaric” missile attacks on Ukrainian cities and infrastructure.

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Ukrainian forces attempting to breach defenses in Lugansk, according to pro-Russians

Ukrainian troops are trying to break through the Russian defensive lines on the fronts of the self-proclaimed Lugansk people's republic, the Russian military reported. Today the military spokesman for that entity annexed by Russia on September 30, Andrei Marochko. “The main forces of the enemy are concentrated precisely against us. They have been trying for a long time to break through our defensive lines,” Marochko told Russian television channel Soloviov Live. He stressed The “most complex and hot situation” is observed on the Lugansk fronts, in particular in the Kupyansk, Liman, Artemsk and Debaltsevo directions. “Until these minutes, the boys have been repelling the continuous enemy attacks in the surroundings of Svatove. The situation is very complex,” added Svatove. spokesman.

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NATO convenes an emergency meeting of allied ambassadors to discuss the incident in Poland

NATO is holding an emergency meeting of allied ambassadors this Wednesday to evaluate the explosion that occurred this Tuesday in Poland and which has caused two deaths in a town near Ukraine. The alliance's general secretary, Jens Stoltenberg, will chair the meeting. The meeting was held to address the incident, as reported by NATO. The Polish president, Andrzej Duda, has maintained contacts with Stoltenberg and the president of the United States, Joe Biden, about the facts, while Warsaw studies whether the conditions are in place to start the consultation procedures provided in the event that one of the allies considers that their territorial integrity or security is compromised. threatened.

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What did you do? What is known about the missile that fell in Poland?

The fall of a missile in Poland this Tuesday continues to arouse reactions around the world, waiting for the many unknowns that still surround the event to be cleared up, such as the origin and manufacture of the missile itself. Read here what what is known so far.

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Zelenski tells G20 leaders that “there is a terrorist state” among them

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelenskiy told G20 leaders on Wednesday that “there is a terrorist state” among them, accusing the G20 leaders of their leadership. He accused Russia of having launched the missile that fell on the ground. in Poland and killed to two people. Connected by video conference, Zelensky said the shell's fall “was a real message brought by Russia to the G20 summit,” according to a copy of the speech seen by AFP. Poland affirmed He said there is no clear evidence of the origin of the missile.

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Ukrainian air defense was able to fire missile at Poland, says the FT

A missile that killed Two people in Poland may have been fired upon by Ukrainian air defenses at an oncoming Russian missile, according to intelligence shared at a meeting of G7 and NATO leaders, reports Wednesday. Wednesday the newspaper 'Financial Times'. Early investigations assessed at the emergency meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali suggest the weapon may have been fired by Ukraine's air defense system at a Russian missile before landing in Poland. adds the FT, citing sources familiar with those conversations. The investigations into what happened are still ongoing and no conclusion has been reached, adds the FT.

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Medvedev says Polish missile incident shows West is headed for world war

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said Wednesday that an alleged missile attack on Polish soil showed the West was heading for another World War. “The incident with the alleged Ukrainian 'missile attack' on a Polish farmhouse proves only one thing: by waging a hybrid war against Russia, the West is approaching world war,” the West wrote. Medvedev on Twitter. Reuters reports.

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NATO tracked the missile that fell in Poland

A NATO plane flying over Polish airspace tracked the attacker. the missile that exploded on Tuesday in the country and that he killed Two people, as progressed. this Wednesday CNN, which quoted He listed an unidentified Alliance military official as sources. “Intelligence with the radar tracks (of the missile) was provided to NATO and Poland,” the official added. concisely the NATO military official to the American chain. NATO aircraft have been conducting regular surveillance around Ukraine since the war began. the Russian invasion last February 24. The Alliance plane flying over Poland on Tuesday was therefore monitoring what was happening in neighboring Ukraine. According to CNN, the NATO official did not say who launched the attack. nor where it was fired from.

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Turkey attributes to a ” technical error” the explosion in Poland

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attributed This Wednesday, the explosion in Poland near the border with Ukraine and that left the area behind a “technical error”. two dead. like this he positioned himself Erdogan at a press conference at the G20 summit on the Indonesian island of Bali and after meeting German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Asked by EFE, Erdogan explained why Scholz told him that preliminary investigations pointed to a “technical error.” He explained He said that, in the next few days, the missiles will be examined and then it will be known what they are. Its origin was better, although he assured that it was not. they are not Russian-made, as Poland maintains. “I must respect the statement made by Russia. This incident had nothing to do with them,” the Russian remarked. Erdoğan. Poland has attributed the explosion near its border with Ukraine to a “Russian-made missile,” while Russia denies launching it and calls the claims “deliberate provocation.” p>

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Sales of antidepressants skyrocketing in Russia since the war

< p>The Russians already fear the return of the reservists; many of them will suffer from “post-traumatic stress disorder and alcoholism,” says one expert. Read more information at this link.

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Erdogan: “Putin gave me light green to renew the agreement” of the output of cereals

The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, assured today that “Putin gave me the green light to renew the agreement” that facilitates the exit of Russian and Ukrainian cereals and fertilizers, signed in July and which expires on the 19th. “We have held discussions and, for now, I am I am of the opinion that they will continue and that, when I return, I will speak with Putin and with other interlocutors,” Erdogan said today at a press conference on the sidelines of the G20 leaders' summit in Bali, which ends this wednesday. According to the leader of Turkey, who is part of the coordination and supervision of the agreement, he received in his last conversations with Putin “green light” from the Russian for the renewal, without giving details about when he will have to renew. place.

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“Full support to Poland”

In a joint statement, the G7 and NATO leaders announced that they will offer “full help and assistance” to Poland with its investigation. “We have agreed to remain in close contact to determine the appropriate next steps to take while the investigation proceeds,” says the joint statement signed by the leaders of Canada, the European institutions, France, Germany, Italy , Japan, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States. The leaders also reaffirmed their “firm support” for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people in the face of the “ongoing Russian aggression,” as well as their support for Ukraine. It cited its “continued willingness to hold Russia accountable” for its attacks, and just as the G20 “meets to deal with the broader impact of the war.”

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The G20 pauses to see what's next. what happened I will go to Poland and study “more steps”

G7 and NATO leaders participating in the G20 summit in Bali held an emergency meeting on Wednesday and unanimously agreed to support Poland's investigation into the bomb explosion. the day before and see exactly what it was. what happened before taking “more steps.” Early in the day, the leaders of the G7 and NATO met behind closed doors at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Bali to discuss the explosion of a missile in Poland, which left a dead end. two deaths, and the Russian attacks in the last few hours against various areas of Ukraine, including the capital. At the end of the meeting, they issued a joint communiqué in which the majority of the parties predominated. He raised caution about the explosion, which Poland attributes to a “Russian-made missile,” while Russia denies carrying out attacks on the Ukraine-Poland border and calls the claims “deliberate provocation.” /p>

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France calls for “maximum prudence” after the missile fell in Poland

France asked for He warned of the “maximum prudence” about the origin of the missile that fell in eastern Poland and warned that the “Significant risks of escalation,” the company declared. the Élysée on Wednesday. “It is logical that we approach the issue with the utmost prudence (…) Many countries have the same type of weapons and identifying the type of missile does not necessarily mean identifying the actor who fired it,” pointed out the French presidency. Poland indicated that a “Russian-made missile” fell on Tuesday in a town in the east of its territory, near the Russian border, and killed two Polish “citizens”. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused the He promptly fired Russia, but his Polish counterpart, Andrzej Duda, indicated that he hadn't. that there is no “unequivocal proof” of its authorship. Russia denied

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Blinken and Kuleba address Ukrainian air defense after the Russian attacks on Tuesday

The Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken, discussed this Wednesday with the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Dimitro Kuleba, the Ukrainian air defense after the multiple Russian attacks perpetrated on Tuesday.  As detailed in a press conference by State Department spokesman Ned Price, Blinken and Kuleba have discussed Ukraine's needs, including energy security and air defense against other possible attacks by Russia. . In this regard, the US Secretary of State has stated that the United States “will continue to work closely” with its allies and partners to provide Ukraine with what it needs to defend itself.

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Poland attributes the explosion in the east of the country to a “Russian-made” missile. s

The Government of Poland attributed This Wednesday, the explosion registered on Tuesday in the east of the country near the border with Ukraine that caused the explosion to a “Russian-made missile” two dead, and summoned to the Russian ambassador in Warsaw. A spokesman for the Polish Foreign Ministry explained the situation. The purpose of the summons to the diplomat is for him to provide “immediate detailed explanations.” The spokesman, Łukasz Jasina, said in a statement that “a Russian-made missile landed in the Lublin district, as a result of which two Polish citizens died.”

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What? what happened with Kirill Stremousov? The brief tenure and mysterious death of the pro-Russian leader from Kherson

A few days after Ukraine recaptured the region, the news was announced. the death in a traffic accident of one of the leaders closest to Putin.

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< strong>The EU and NATO analyze the impact of two missiles in Poland

The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, declared herself as a supporter. this Tuesday she was “alarmed” by the explosion registered in Poland near the border with Ukraine, after the “massive attack with Russian missiles in Ukrainian cities” carried out today. “Alarmed by reports of an explosion in Poland, following a massive Russian missile attack on Ukrainian cities,” wrote the Russian official. the head of the community Executive on her Twitter account. Read more at this link.

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What? Which countries will join NATO in 2022?

Poland joined NATO in 2022. in 1999 to the Atlantic Alliance, which is made up of 30 states today. Read more at this link.

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Biden says it is “unlikely ” that the missile was fired from Russia towards Poland

US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that it is “unlikely” that the missile that caused the attack was fired from Russia. It caused an explosion in Poland, near the border with Ukraine, and brought forward the number of years. He said the G7 and NATO will support the Polish government's investigation into the incident before taking “further steps.” Asked by the press if the missile was fired by him. Russia, Biden said: “There's a lot of information that contradicts that. I don't want to say until we fully investigate, but it's unlikely because of the trajectory that it was fired from Russia.”

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NATO ambassadors to hold “emergency meeting” on Wednesday over Poland (spokesperson)< /p>

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will hold the meeting. He held an “emergency meeting” Wednesday with ambassadors to the Transatlantic Military Alliance about an explosion in Poland, a member country of the organization, during Russian bombing of Ukraine. “The Secretary General will chair an emergency meeting of NATO ambassadors tomorrow to discuss this tragic incident,” said NATO spokeswoman Oana Lungescu.

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Poland's president contacts Biden and Zelenski

The President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, had a telephone conversation this Tuesday night with his American counterpart, Joe Biden, and, later, he also contacted the head of state. Ukrainian, Volodimir Zelenski. Both the White House and the head of the International Policy Office of the Polish Presidency, Jakub Kumoch, have confirmed the contacts between the two leaders. After hanging up the phone on Biden, Duda He spoke with his Ukrainian counterpart, who this Tuesday denounced what happened and accused the Russian Armed Forces of the impact of missiles on Polish territory.

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Poland considers the activation of NATO Article 4, according to its spokesperson

Poland is It is checking whether it needs to request consultations under Article 4 of the NATO military alliance treaty, a government spokesman said on Tuesday, following a report that an explosion that killed Nato two people near the Ukrainian border was caused by stray Russian missiles. Article 4 allows NATO members to submit to the North Atlantic Council for discussion any issue that concerns them, especially security.

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Stoltenberg, of NATO, pronounces on the missile drop

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has spoken with Polish President Andrzej Duda about the explosion in the east of the country late on Tuesday. “I have offered my condolences on the losses,” he said on Twitter. “NATO is monitoring the situation and the allies are consulting closely. It is important that all the facts are established.”

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Poland holds consultations with NATO and EU partners after impact

Poland is holding consultations with partners at NATO and the European Union level, after the impact of missiles on its territory that would have cost the lives of two Polish citizens in the border town of Przewodow, a few kilometers from Ukraine. Diplomatic sources confirm to Europa Press that there are contacts at all levels, that is, both with EU partners and with NATO allies, regarding the incident registered this Tuesday. “It is crucial to verify the incident very carefully”, they have pointed out. For its part, the Estonian Foreign Ministry has indicated that the situation is of “maximum concern” and has stressed that there are consultations at the moment with Warsaw and other allies. “Estonia is ready to defend every inch of NATO territory, we stand in solidarity with Poland,” he said.

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Russia calls missile strikes in Poland “deliberate provocation”

The Russian Ministry of Defense has described as “deliberate provocation” the accusations about its involvement in the impact of missiles in the Polish town of Przewodow, a few kilometers from Ukraine. “The statements by the Polish media and officials about the impact of Russian missiles in the Przewodow area is a deliberate provocation,” the Russian Defense Ministry denounced, according to the TASS agency.

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Pentagon says it can't confirm Russian missile strike in Poland

The Pentagon said Tuesday that it cannot confirm the fall of the two Russian missiles in Poland, near the border with Ukraine. “We are aware of the reports that two Russian missiles have fallen in a town in Poland near the border with Ukraine. The only thing I can tell you is that we do not have any information at this time. to corroborate these reports that are currently being investigated,” spokesman Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder.

21 hours ago

A senior US official confirms the impact of two Russian missiles on Poland

A senior US intelligence official has confirmed that Russian missiles crossed into Poland, killing two people, the Associated Press has reported. Polish firefighters had warned of the situation, which occurred in Przewodow, a town in eastern Poland near the border with Ukraine.

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Polish Prime Minister urgently summons the National Security Commission

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has urgently summoned the Polish National Security Commission after reports emerged in the media that a Russian rocket might have hit the Ukrainian-Polish border. According to said information, two rockets fell in the city of Przewodów in the province of Lublin (east) and caused the death of two people. The spokesman for the Government of Poland, Piotr Müller, announced the He told the press this afternoon in Warsaw about the meeting of the Commission of the Council of Ministers for National Security and Defense Affairs and urged the meeting. urged the media not to publish “unconfirmed information”.

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At least two dead in Poland after the possible fall of two missing missiles near the border with Ukraine

At least two people have died in the Polish town of Przewodow, in the province of Lublin, near the border with Ukraine, after the possible impact of two stray rockets, according to local radio station Radio ZET. In unofficial information from the station itself, the missiles could have hit grain dryers in Przewodow. Agents of the Police, the Prosecutor's Office and the Polish Army are already at the scene.

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Yeva Skalietska, 12 years old: “Right now in Ukraine I have nowhere to go”

Yeva is 12 years old. He fulfilled them. last February 14. So she was only worried about how they would have a good time at the bowling alley where she was going to celebrate with her friends. Ten days later, her worries took a 180-degree turn, like her life. On February 24, Russian President Vladímir Putin initiated ; He launched an offensive on his country, the Ukraine, and cut short his country. the pre-adolescence of her to base of missiles. The young woman, who managed to After leaving the country with her grandmother with the help of volunteers and whose trip was documented by Channel 4 News, she has been recording her experiences so far in a diary from which she became inseparable. and that today can be bought in bookstores under the title You don't know what war is (Ed. Fate). Read on here entire article.

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Lviv registers massive power and heating cuts after Russian attacks

The city of Lviv, in western Ukraine, registers this Tuesday massive cuts in the supply of light and heating due to the new wave of attacks by the Russian Armed Forces, which have once again targeted Ukraine's critical infrastructures. “80 percent of Lviv is still without electricity. Due to the lack of electricity, the heating supply is temporarily suspended. There is no hot water,” the city's mayor, Andrei, has warned on his Telegram channel. Sadovi.

23 hours ago

IAEA and Germany reiterate call to create security zone in Zaporizhia

The director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Rafael Mariano Grossi, and the German Foreign Minister, Annalena Baerbock, reiterated on Tuesday the calls to create a security zone around the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. , in the south of Ukraine. “A nuclear power plant should never be a legitimate military target,” stressed Mr. Grossi after meeting in Berlin with Baerbock, to whom he informed the about his most recent talks with the Russian and Ukrainian sides to achieve this end.

23 hours ago

Spain presses the G20 to take steps in favor of peace in Ukraine

The fifth summit of G20 leaders, in which the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, is participating, has left the usual economic burden of this forum in the background to give way to the protagonism of geopolitics. tica because of the war in Ukraine. The conflict was on the lips of all the leaders who participated in the first session of this meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali, and Sánchez wanted to demonstrate the forcefulness of the condemnation of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and try to Help this meeting take steps to hopefully end the war.

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Zelensky asks the population to remain in shelters after new Russian attacks

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, called for the This Tuesday, he told the population to remain in the shelters “for a while” and confirmed the situation. the power cut in “many cities” after the new Russian missile attack in various regions of the country. “I beg you, take care of yourselves and stay in the shelters for a while,” Zelenski said in a video posted on Facebook in which he also reported that the attack was being carried out. He is working to repair the power supply in the areas where it has been cut off. “We are working, we will restore everything, we will survive everything! Glory to Ukraine! Well done!” Zelensky.

1 day ago

Ukraine activates anti-aircraft alert throughout the country after multiple explosions

Ukraine decrees an aircraft alert throughout the country after several explosions this Tuesday in different areas of the country, including the capital kyiv. “There is an attack on the capital. According to preliminary information, two residential buildings were hit in the Pechersk district”, reported Vitali Klitschko, mayor of kyiv.  The anti-aircraft defense system has managed to shoot down some of the missiles, which have left no one injured for the moment. Ukraine's deputy head of the presidency Kirilo Timoshenko said in an online statement that the missiles were fired from Russian territory. “The danger has not passed. Stay in the shelters,” he added.

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< strong>Xi tells Sánchez that his influence on Putin should not be overestimated

Chinese President Xi Jinping highlighted the This Tuesday before the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, that his country is not an actor in the war in Ukraine, and that although he has a good relationship with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, he your ability to influence him should be overestimated. Sánchez and Xi met on the margins of the G20 summit that is being held on the Indonesian island of Bali, a meeting in which the head of the Spanish Executive asked for a meeting. He asked his interlocutor to take advantage of his closeness to Putin to try to end the conflict in Ukraine.

1 day ago

Russia launches a new wave of attacks on several points in Ukraine, including kyiv

The Russian Armed Forces have launched more than a hundred missiles at different points in Ukraine, including the capital, kyiv, where several residential buildings have been hit, as reported by the mayor, Vitali Klitschko.  The Ukrainian authorities had issued an alert this Tuesday afternoon before what appeared to be a new cascade of bombardments by Russian forces, which have already resorted to these indiscriminate operations on other occasions to attack urban centers and strategic infrastructures.

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Russia attacks Lviv and Kharkov strong>

The Ukrainian cities of Lviv (west) and Kharkiv (northeast) were hit Tuesday by Russian attacks, their respective mayors said, not reporting any casualties so far. “Explosions are heard in Lviv. Stay safe,” the mayor, Andriy Sadovi, said on Telegram. that a part of the city is empty. Without eleectricity. The mayor of Kharkov, Igor Terejov, informed He told of a “missile attack” and explained why. What is being done? Finding out if there were any victims. After the attacks, Kharkov, as well as like other regions, they suffered power outages. In Lviv, the metro has stopped, the company reported. Sadovi.

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Explosions in kyiv and anti-aircraft alert activated throughout Ukraine< /strong>

The Ukrainian capital, kyiv, recorded the highest number of years. Several explosions this afternoon triggered anti-aircraft alarms, Ukrainian media reported. Since 2:45 p.m., the anti-aircraft alert has been in effect for all of Ukraine due to possible missile attacks.

Previously, the heads of the regional administrations of Kryvyy Rih, Oleksandr Vilkul, and Mykolaiv, Vitaly Kim, had reported a massive launch of missiles from Russian territory.

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The mayor of kyiv denounces that Russia wants to “freeze” the population civilian

The mayor of kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, denounced this Tuesday that the Russian attacks on critical Ukrainian infrastructure, such as heating or electricity systems, are intended to “freeze” the civilian population at the gates of winter, and has reiterated that Russia is committing “genocide”. Klitschko has been one of the main attractions on the first day of the eleventh edition of the Smart City Expo World Congress, which started today at the Gran Vía de Fira de Barcelona venue and in which he spoke about how Learn how technology has helped save lives during war. “They are destroying our critical infrastructure. Citizens do not have electricity. It is a genocide because the Russians want to freeze all the people during the winter,” said the mayor, who recalled that in the country winter temperatures are below freezing.

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The EU embargo on Russian crude will increase further. the pressure in the market

The forthcoming European Union (EU) embargo on Russia's crude oil and oil derivatives will further increase the price. The tension in the market warned this Tuesday the International Energy Agency (IEA). In its monthly report on the oil market, the IEA points out that this embargo, which will come into effect It will enter into force on December 5 for imports of crude oil and on February 5 for derivatives, it will add an additional price. “More pressure” in the markets, especially in the diesel, which is growing. “exceptionally tight”. He adds that the G7 proposal to impose a price cap on the Russian crude it buys “may ease tensions, but a myriad of uncertainties and logistical challenges remain.”

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The EU approves the United Kingdom's participation in the community project of military mobility

The Council of the European Union (EU), which brings together the Member States, confirmed this. This Tuesday that the United Kingdom will be able to participate in a community project to promote military mobility. The Council specified In a statement that today's decision authorizes the Netherlands, as coordinator of the military mobility project, to “formally” invite the United Kingdom to join the initiative, promoted within the framework of the so-called structured cooperation. (PESCO), which seeks to strengthen ties in terms of cooperation and security between the countries of the EU. According to the Council, Tuesday's decision also recognizes “the substantial added value that the UK could bring” to the project.

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Only two footballers from the Russian league will play in Qatar

Only two footballers who play for clubs in the Russian league will be able to play in the World Cup in Qatar, the veteran Croatian defender Dejan Lovren (Zenit) and the Cameroonian midfielder Moumi Ngamaleu (Dinamo). The rest of the applicants, from the Olympic champions with Brazil -Malcom and Claudinho- to the Ecuadorian Christian Noboa, the Polish Maciej Rybus or the Dutch Quincy Promes, have been excluded by their respective teams for technical, judicial or politicians.

1 day ago

The UN denounces that both Russians and Ukrainians have violated the rights of detainees

The UN mission that investigates Human Rights violations in Ukraine confirms that the two parties to the conflict, the Russian and the Ukrainian, have perpetrated abuses on the prisoners in their power, despite the fact that there is an “absolute” prohibition. of torture or mistreatment of detainees, regardless of whether there is an armed conflict. The head of the investigators, Matilda Bogner, has taken stock after interviewing 175 prisoners held by the Ukrainian authorities and another 159 imprisoned by the Russian side. In the latter case, the interviews have been carried out after their release, generally through a prisoner exchange, since only kyiv has guaranteed the “confidential access” claimed by the experts.

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Russia continues its offensive in Donetsk after the capture of a town near Vuhledar

The Russian Army continues its offensive in the Donetsk region of Ukraine after taking a town, Pávlovka, near the Vuhledar bastion, according to a report by the Russian army. today the Ministry of Defense of Russia. “Russian forces continue their offensive actions,” the Russian said. Gor Konashenkov, Russian Defense Spokesman, in his morning war briefing. The Russian general stressed During the capture of Pavlovka, up to 1,400 enemy soldiers were annihilated, in addition to two Su-25 planes, an Mi-8 helicopter, twelve tanks and more than fifty military vehicles. Pavlovka, the greatest success of the Russians in recent times, is located 4 kilometers from Ugledar, the target of Russian troops for months.

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Russia will have a lot of money. Recognizing that withdrawing troops is the only way out, according to Scholz

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz declared the today in the framework of the G20 summit in Indonesia that sooner or later Russia will have a chance to win. They have to accept that withdrawing their troops from Ukraine is the only way out. “In the end, the moment will have to come when Russia recognizes and accepts that it has to get out of this situation and one of the demands is the withdrawal of troops,” Scholz said in an appearance before the press. Regarding the ten-point proposal to achieve peace in Ukraine presented by the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, Scholz reiterated his position. He stated that “the important thing now is that Russia put an end to its war of aggression and withdraw its troops.” added He said that this is the basis for achieving a situation where peace can be negotiated, a peace that cannot be dictated from the Russian perspective, because neither Ukraine nor the international community would accept it, he said.

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Kremlin “categorically” rejects UN General Assembly resolution about repairs

The Kremlin has stressed this Tuesday that it “categorically” rejects the resolution approved by the United Nations General Assembly demanding that Moscow take over its rights. the payment of reparations for the invasion of Ukraine, unleashed on February 24. “Naturally, the organizers of this process are trying to complete the theft of our gold reserves,” said the spokesman for the Russian Presidency, Dimitri Peskov, who has denounced that these funds “have been illegally blocked” through sanctions.  “Currently, this theft is being formalized using the UN platform. This resolution is not legally binding (…) and we categorically reject it,” he said, as stated in the Russian news agency Interfax.

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 The EU launches its mission to training to instruct 15,000 Ukrainian servicemen

The European Union has officially launched this Tuesday its training mission to train 15,000 Ukrainian soldiers who will fight Russian aggression and which, it is expected, can take its first steps in two weeks with two main headquarters: Poland and Germany, although other member states carry out training on their part.  The launch of the initiative took place this Tuesday within the meeting of European Defense Ministers who have given continuity to the decision adopted last October to instruct some of the next two years 12,000 Ukrainian recruits, apart from specialized training for another 3,000 commanders of the Ukrainian Army.

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Russia will have an hour. Recognizing that withdrawing troops is the only way out, according to Scholz

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz declared the today in the framework of the G20 summit in Indonesia that sooner or later Russia will have a chance to win. They have to accept that withdrawing their troops from Ukraine is the only way out. “In the end, the moment will have to come when Russia recognizes and accepts that it has to get out of this situation and one of the demands is the withdrawal of troops,” Scholz said in an appearance before the press. Regarding the ten-point proposal to achieve peace in Ukraine presented by the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, Scholz reiterated his position. He stated that “the important thing now is that Russia put an end to its war of aggression and withdraw its troops.” added He said that this is the basis for achieving a situation where peace can be negotiated, a peace that cannot be dictated from the Russian perspective, because neither Ukraine nor the international community would accept it, he said.

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EU countries raise defense budget but need to coordinate spending more

The countries of the European Union are increasing their defense budgets in response to challenges such as the war in Ukraine, but they must still better coordinate military spending to be prepared for any crisis, highlights a community report analyzed by the EU Defense Ministers. Meeting in the board of directors of the European Defense Agency (EDA), the ministers examined the results and recommendations of the Coordinated Annual Review of Defense (CARD), corresponding to 2022. In this document, prepared by the EDA in collaboration with Together with the European External Action Service (EEAS) and the EU Military Staff (EMUE), it is confirmed that the increase in defense spending after Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine “represents both an opportunity as a challenge for European defense”.

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The EU oil embargo Russian will increase the pressure in the market

The forthcoming European Union (EU) embargo on Russia's crude oil and oil derivatives will further increase the price. The tension in the market warned this Tuesday the International Energy Agency (IEA). In its monthly report on the oil market, the IEA points out that this embargo, which will come into effect It will enter into force on December 5 for imports of crude oil and on February 5 for derivatives, it will add an additional price. “More pressure” in the markets, especially in the diesel, which is growing. “exceptionally tight”. He adds that the G7 proposal to impose a price cap on the Russian crude it buys “may ease tensions, but a myriad of uncertainties and logistical challenges remain.”

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Ukraine accuses Moscow of smuggling. to send African prisoners detained in Russia to the front

kyiv accused Tuesday to Moscow. He decided to send African prisoners held in Russia to the front lines in Ukraine after a Zambian student was killed in combat while ostensibly serving a sentence in a prison near Moscow. “Putin is sending African citizens imprisoned in Russia to war in Ukraine,” Ukrainian diplomatic spokesman Oleg Nikolenko said on Twitter. Zambia announced the On Monday, the death of one of its citizens, Lemekhani Nathan Nyirenda, “who died on September 22, 2022 in Ukraine,” was reportedly imprisoned in Russia. Zambia said it had asked Russia to explain “the circumstances in which a Zambian citizen, serving a sentence in Moscow, could have been recruited to fight in Ukraine and lose his life.”

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Russia has systematically tortured Ukrainian prisoners of war

Russia has systematically tortured its captured prisoners of war since its inception. Its aggression against Ukraine has been done while Ukrainian forces have done so in certain circumstances and places, but sporadically, the UN said today. A United Nations mission of human rights monitors working on the ground has corroborated “with a considerable margin of certainty” a series of tortures by Russian forces and their allies, using methods that included electric shocks. Electric, beatings, burns and other types of abuse. The head of the mission, Matilda Bogner, reported the situation. He told the press in Geneva that the Ukrainian government gave his team confidential access to the Russian prisoners, while he was only able to interview the Ukrainian prisoners once they were released by Russia, usually through an exchange of information. prisoners.

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Russia says the UN has promised raise obstacles to a grain pact extension

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov affirmed today that the obstacles to the extension of the cereal agreement still remain due to problems for the export of Russian cereals and fertilizers, but that the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, promised ; the lifting of him. “Today, in the meeting, the secretary-general spoke about the promises, even on paper, that the US and the European Union conveyed to him. I would say that they seem to have good intentions,” he said. ; Lavrov attended a press conference after his participation in the G20 summit in Bali, where he met with Lavrov. with Guterres. “If they are met, then the obstacles to the export of our fertilizers and grains will be removed. But the central point is not in the documents, but in how they will be implemented in practice.” “The promises, he stressed.

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Spain offers to train up to 2,400 Ukrainian soldiers per year in the framework of the EU mission

The Minister of Defense, Margarita Robles, has assured this Tuesday that Spain will contribute to the defense. He joined the European Union training mission for Ukrainian forces fighting Russia with the training of up to 2,400 soldiers a year. The head of Defense has announced it in statements prior to the meeting of ministers of the branch in Brussels, in a meeting that will serve as the basis for the meeting. to officially launch the operation that aims to provide military training to 15,000 Ukrainian troops within two years and with the participation of up to 20 member states. Robles has specified that the Spanish Armed Forces ;olas is already training 112 Ukrainian soldiers on Spanish soil, 19 of them in Zaragoza who have already returned to join the ranks of the Ukrainian Army. Another 21 receive instruction in Almería, 64 in Toledo and five will do the same in Madrid.

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Australia calls on China at G20 summit to use its leverage with Russia

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese called for Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday to use his influence with Russia, especially in reference to the threat of the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine, during a meeting within the framework of the G20 in Bali (Indonesia). The meeting of Xi and Albanese, who posed smilingly for reporters on the sidelines of the G20 summit to shake hands, is the first official meeting between the two heads of China and Australia since 2016. “On Taiwan, I certainly raised the issue. I expressed Australia's position, which is to support the 'status quo,'” he added. Albanese in statements to the Australian network ABC after the meeting with Xi in Nusa Dua, in the south of the island of Bali.

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Lavrov assures that kyiv's conditions for dialogue are “unreal”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov crossed out the claim. this Tuesday of “unreal and inadequate” the proposals presented during the G20 summit by Ukraine to start peace negotiations. “kyiv categorically refuses any negotiations and presents conditions that are unrealistic and inappropriate given the situation,” Lavrov told the Russian press at the end of his participation in the G20 summit in Bali, which he attends on behalf of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The head of Russian diplomacy added: that he also transmitted He shared this position with the French leader, Emmanuel Macron, with whom he had a brief meeting as part of the summit. “I had a brief talk today with President Macron, who reaffirmed his intention to continue contacts with President Putin to find some kind of agreement that can resolve the situation,” he said.

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Erdogan and Biden meet after Turkey accuses the US of supporting terrorism

The president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and of the United States, Joe Biden, have met apart from the G20 summit in Indonesia, in a new moment of tension between the two countries after accusing Ankara to Washington of being co-responsible for the attack that left six dead on Sunday in Istanbul. The official Turkish agency, Anadolu, has confirmed the meeting between the two leaders, but no further details of the issues to be discussed have been disclosed, simply that “bilateral and regional issues” would be discussed. According to Anadolu, Biden offered to resign. his condolences for the attack and thanked him for the attack. He told Turkey about its efforts to open the corridor that allows Ukrainian grain to be exported across the Black Sea.

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Russia says it is ready. verifying details about the death of a Zambian student in Ukraine

Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday it was working to determine details about the death of a Zambian student on the front line in Ukraine, Russia reported. the TASS news agency. Zambia asked for He asked Russia on Monday to explain how one of its citizens, who had been serving a prison sentence in Moscow, had been sent to prison. finished on the battlefield in Ukraine.

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Borrell asks EU countries to increase defense efforts and avoid waste

The high representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, urged the this Tuesday to the Member States to boost their efforts in Defense by making joint orders to avoid “wasting money”. “We are living in a situation where the security landscape in Europe is changing. We are facing challenges that are obvious. The whole continent is suffering the consequences of the war in Ukraine. And we have to improve and This will increase our Common Security and Defense Policy”, said Borrell upon his arrival at a Council of Community Defense Ministers. The ministers are scheduled to discuss a report from the so-called Coordinated Annual Review on Defense (CARD) at today's meeting, which reviews the defense capabilities of European armies.

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Ukraine claims to have killed more than 700 Russian servicemen in fighting over the past day< /strong>

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have assured this Tuesday that they have killed more than 700 Russian soldiers in combat registered during the last day and have raised to more than 82,000 the total number of Russian soldiers killed since the start of the invasion. The General Staff of the Ukrainian Army has indicated in a message on its Facebook social network account that “some 82,080” Russian soldiers have been “liquidated” since the start of hostilities, unleashed on February 24 by the invasion order given by Russian President Vladimir Putin.  He also added that since the start of the war, 2,861 battle tanks, 1,850 artillery systems, 208 anti-aircraft defense systems and 393 self-propelled and armored multiple rocket launchers have been destroyed.

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Macron wants to “closer cooperation” with China in the face of the war in Ukraine< /p>

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, highlighted the He expressed today to his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, his “strong concern” about an escalation of the conflict in Ukraine and had an impact on him. He said that the consequences of the war require “close cooperation between France and China.” Both leaders held a 43-minute meeting on Tuesday on the margins of the G20 summit -which is being held in Bali (Indonesia)- which was largely led by the consequences of the war in Ukraine. In this crisis, Macron seeks a more active role from Xi in favor of peace and, according to the French press, the French president asked for a more active role. He asked the Chinese head of state to convey “messages” to Vladimir Putin to stop an escalation of the war and return to the negotiating table.

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Xi calls for unity in the G20, calling for “global partnership” that “prioritizes development” worldwide

The President of China, Xi Jinping, on Tuesday called for unity within the G20 and called for “global collaboration” to boost economic development and “prioritize development” internationally. , in the framework of a speech given at the bloc's summit in Bali, Indonesia.  “We need to build a global partnership for economic recovery, prioritize development and put people at the center, always keep in mind the difficulties developing countries are going through and address their No worries,” said the president of the Asian giant, as reported by the Chinese news agency Xinhua.

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Japan lashes out at the G-20 against Russia over the war in Ukraine and inflation

The Japanese Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, lashed out. This Tuesday against Russia on the opening day of the summit of the G20 countries due to the invasion that it has unleashed in Ukraine and the impact of the conflict on inflation. Kishida pointed. During a speech at the meeting, including Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Russia's behavior in Ukraine “is a challenge to the international order” and condemned Russia's actions. the invasion, he indicated. A government spokesman told the Japanese media that they have traveled to the Indonesian island of Bali, where the diplomatic meeting is taking place. The Japanese president transferred the his solidarity with the Ukrainian president, Volodımir Zelensky, who participated in the event. telematically. Japan will “never tolerate Russia's threat to use nuclear weapons” in Ukraine, Kishida said.

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The head of the Wagner group denies his involvement in an execution

The leader of the Russian mercenary group Wagner denied this. This Tuesday, he asked for any involvement in the brutal execution of an alleged member of his organization accused of desertion in Ukraine, after initially greeting him. The case began With the publication of a video, shared by accounts close to Wagner on social networks, of a man accused of having surrendered to Ukrainian forces before being recaptured by the Russians.

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FIFA calls for a ceasefire in Ukraine during the World Cup

The president of FIFA, Gianni Infantino, called the This Tuesday to observe a month-long ceasefire in Ukraine, the period of time that the 2022 World Cup lasts, affirming that sport can play a unifying role. “My appeal to all of you is to value a temporary ceasefire for one month while the World Cup lasts,” declared the president. during a lunch with the G20 leaders meeting on the Indonesian island of Bali. Vladimir Putin is the great absentee from this meeting of the leaders of the great economies of the planet where Russia is present. It was represented by its Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov. Infantino valued the unifying role of soccer, recalling that Russia organized the tournament. The 2018 World Cup and that Ukraine is a candidate to host the competition in 2030 with Spain and Portugal.

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The Ukrainian Army continues its offensive in Mykolaiv, near Kherson

The Ukrainian Army continues its offensive to reconquer areas in the south of the country occupied by the Russians and has managed to recover almost 50 settlements in the Mykolaiv region, neighboring Kherson to the south, whose capital was also located in Mykolaiv. They no longer control kyiv. “We can already say that these are 48 settlements that were under occupation; now we are delivering humanitarian aid there at full capacity,” the head of the Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration, Vitaly Kim, said Tuesday, the media reported. local. The military official said, however, that there is no water supply, electricity or communication systems in the recovered areas. advanced He said that in the next few days “the security forces will have time to finish the stabilization measures so that the engineers can restore communications, the television signal and the heating systems” , Kim said.

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Lavrov meets with UN Secretary General

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met at the G-20. this Tuesday with the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Bali, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.

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Sunak calls on Russia to “end the barbaric war” against Ukraine

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak, has demanded this Tuesday that Russia “end the barbaric war” in Ukraine and that it withdraw the troops deployed in the country since the beginning of the invasion, ordered on February 24 by Russian President Vladimir Putin. “It is remarkable that Putin did not feel able to join us here,” Sunak said during his speech at the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, where the Russian president was not present. Present. “Perhaps if he had come we could have solved something,” he added, as reported by the British television channel Sky News.  Thus, he has emphasized He said that “the biggest difference that could be made is for Russia to leave the Ukraine and put an end to this barbaric war.” “The United Kingdom rejects this aggression. We will support Ukraine for as long as it is necessary,” said Sunak, who has transferred the meeting to Moscow. He said “countries shouldn't invade their neighbors.”

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Kremlin says Zelensky's 'no Minsk 3' comment confirms kyiv's unwillingness to negotiate

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday that Volodymyr Zelensky's statement that there will be no more a Minsk 3 agreement [the Minsk Agreements are two pacts that were signed in 2014 and 2015 to end the war in Donbas, eastern Ukraine] to end the fighting in Ukraine confirms that kyiv is not ; She is interested in holding peace talks with Moscow.

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Michel accuses Russia of sharpening the food crisis turning “food into weapons”

The President of the European Council, Charles Michel, assured this Tuesday on the eve of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, that the Kremlin has decided to turn “food into weapons” exacerbating hunger, poverty and instability. . Listing the issues on which he hopes the G20 leaders will discuss during the summit, Michel has argued that there will be some discussion. There will be time to address “the great challenge of food security”, which would have been aggravated after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as reported by the European Council in a statement. “The Kremlin has decided to weaponize food, increasing hunger, poverty and instability. It is also having dramatic global consequences in the developing world, including right here in Asia.

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Sánchez demands in the G20 and in the presence of Lavrov the Russian withdrawal from Ukraine

The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, demanded the This Tuesday at the G20 leaders' summit and in the presence of the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, the “immediate” withdrawal of Russia from Ukraine and the end of the war. In the first session of this forum of developed and emerging countries that is held on the Indonesian island of Bali, Sánchez dedicated a number of sessions. He focused much of his intervention on the situation caused by the Russian invasion of the Ukraine. started in fact, his words before the rest of the leaders, highlighting that the G20 is directly affected for the first time by the war because one of its members, Russia, is in conflict. waging “a brutal and unjustified war of aggression against Ukraine.” A few words that he heard The Russian Foreign Minister was in the room, since he is in charge of representing his country at the summit after it was announced that the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, would not finally attend.

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G20 kicks off with call to “end war”

Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged He called on G20 world leaders to “end the war” by opening a summit on Monday with all eyes on Russia, under mounting international pressure over the invasion of Ukraine. The United States and its Western allies are maneuvering to isolate Moscow from the United States. In this forum of major world economies, a final communiqué would have been pre-agreed with a majority condemnation of the invasion, said a senior US official. Neutral until now in this conflict, the president of the host country avoided He didn't mention Russia directly, but took advantage of it. He made his inaugural speech to launch an unequivocal message for peace from the tourist island of Bali, site of the summit. “Being responsible means not creating zero-sum situations, being responsible also means we have to end the war. If the war doesn't end, it will be hard for the world to move forward,” Widodo said.

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Zelenski affirms that the international community is standing by. I agree with Russia compensating for war damages

The President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, stated on Monday that “it is already part” of the international legal reality that Russia will compensate the country. the losses caused by the war at the expense of Russian assets.   “Within the UN, our diplomats have long worked with partners to agree and adopt two very important resolutions. The first of these is supported today, regarding the creation of a compensation mechanism. This will allow us to compensate all the losses caused by the Russian war, also at the expense of Russian assets,” the Ukrainian president asserted in his daily message to the country's population.

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“Energy security”

Zelensky also referred to He spoke of the need to ensure “energy security” in the face of Russia's attempt, he said, to “turn the cold into a weapon against millions of people,” stating that Moscow was not the only one. “He is interested in maintaining the energy crisis.” Zelensky asked for the release of all prisoners and deportees, the implementation of the UN Charter to restore Ukrainian territorial integrity and the withdrawal of Russian troops and the cessation of hostilities. That is the way to “prevent an escalation of the conflict” that confirms the end of the war.

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Zelensky: “It is the moment when the war must and can be stopped”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy assured He said today that he “is convinced” that “this is the moment when Russia's destructive war must and can be stopped”, in a videoconference intervention at the G20 leaders' summit. Zelenski, who had been invited to participate in person – despite Ukraine not being a member of the G20 – finally intervened by videoconference at the start of the summit, in which the war in Ukraine garners much of the attention. “We will not allow Russia to take a breather, rebuild its forces and then start a new episode of terror and destabilization,” Zelensky told the G20 leaders, according to a transcript of his speech, delivered to locked door, to which he has had access.

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