War in Ukraine, live – Moscow: “Let’s evaluate the Italian plan for peace”. Kiev: “We have not negotiated our territorial integrity.” Russia opens for the exchange of prisoners


Zhelensky: “87 bodies found under the rubble of the village of Tesna”

“Today we finished work on Tesna. Unfortunately, the figures are as follows: Today we found 87 bodies beneath the rubble. Without these people it would be the future of Ukraine. This was stated by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky during the World Economic Forum. One week ago, an airstrike was launched against the village of Tesna in the Chernihiv region, where the Ukrainian Armed Forces Training Center is located.


Poland cancels Russian supply contract with Yamal Pipeline

On August 25, 1993, Warsaw signed an agreement to supply gas from Russia and to set up pipelines for the transmission of Russian gas through Polish territory. Polish Gas Minister announced on Twitter. Environment, Anna Moskva. “Poland – Minister writes – condemns the 1993 intergovernmental gas deal involving Yamal. , The Russian energy company announced that it will stop sending natural gas through the Polish part of the Yamal-Europe pipeline.


Kiev: “Italy peace plan? We will not negotiate on the territorial integrity of Ukraine.

“We welcome any attempt to end this war,” he said. But I want to be clear on some sacred elements: regional unity and sovereignty are not subject to negotiation. So we are ready to discuss but consider that regional integrity and security are essential. My people are not ready to back down on Crimea and the Donbass. ” Thus the Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Emin Tsaparova answered a question on an Italian scale at the headquarters of the Luigi Inadi Foundation in Rome.

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Erdogan: “We need security guarantees for NATO expansion”

We believe that NATO’s policy of expansion, which does not “take into account the fundamentals of security” of one of the member states, “will not benefit us or the Atlantic Alliance.” This was stated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in connection with Sweden and Finland’s request for membership in NATO. “As a country that pays tribute to NATO, we want to see more decisive action than explicit diplomatic announcements on issues related to our national security,” Erdogan added.


Rows of cars to escape from the territories occupied by the Russians

It is now impossible to leave the temporarily occupied territories in the direction of the regional center by the cities of Melitopol and Enercode. Local media reported this. At the enemy checkpoint in Vasilyevka, traffic was blocked for unknown reasons and already more than 400 cars are waiting to leave the city. So in Zaporizhia, it is waiting for the release of the car passage, and therefore, humanitarian assistance to residents.


Ukraine: “We want to enter Europe through the front door”

“We want to enter Europe through the front door.” Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Emine Dzhaparova, in charge of European integration at the headquarters of the Luigi Einaudi Foundation in Rome, underlined that “63% of the reforms required for the EU agreement have been completed.”



Germany: “We are ready to move the Russian oil embargo forward”

“Even without Hungary, Germany is ready to move Russia’s oil embargo forward.” German Economy Minister Robert Hebeck told the World Economic Forum in Davos that it was disappointing that the European agreement was taking so long. Without facing the challenges posed by high inflation, the energy crisis, and the food crisis associated with the war, Hapek also focused on global economic opportunities, explaining that “then we are heading for a global recession.”


Zelensky: “Blocking of Maritime Corridors for Grain Exports”

“We need to open our ports. We must use all diplomatic channels because we cannot fight against Russia alone. This was stated by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky during his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos. “We urge the European Commission, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Poland and the United Nations to work together to find a way to export our wheat and grain – otherwise the deficit will have repercussions on the world and there will be an extension of the energy crisis.

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Zhelensky: “There are bloody plans in Moscow. All countries are leaving Russia.

Speaking in Davos, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky called on all foreign countries to withdraw completely from Russia so that they would not be used for Moscow’s “bloodthirsty interests.” He then called on the nations to restructure. We give the world the opportunity to set a precedent for what happens when they try to destroy a ‘neighbor’. “I invite you to take part in this reconstruction,” he noted.

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