Agreement between Moscow and Kiev: the agreements on the export of grain resumed. Eight ships set sail from Ukrainian ports

The first eight ships loaded with grain set sail after the new agreement between Moscow and Kiev. The US is concerned about Russia's nuclear weapons, which it assures: 'We will only use them if attacked'. 23 torture chambers discovered in Kharkiv. G7 meeting today. Mystery in the Kremlin: maybe Putin won't run again

'CORRIDOIO PER IL GRANO DA ODESSA', LA TURCHIA CI PROVA There were over two hundred ships stranded in Ukrainian ports Photo Video

Moscow and Kiev find an agreement. And after the tear that occurred due to the attack on Sevastopol, the agreements on the export of grain have resumed. The first eight ships depart from Ukrainian ports during the day. The United States accuses North Korea of ​​supplying weapons to Russia and says it is concerned about the possible use of the nuclear bomb. But from the Kremlin they assure: 'We will only do it if attacked'. Switzerland sanctions Iran for the kamikaze drones supplied to Moscow, where a mystery hovers: according to Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin spokesman, Putin has not yet decided whether to run again. G7 meeting today. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video4

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GREEN TO THE SHIPS - Just when the situation seemed irrecoverable due to the attack on Sevastopol, a new agreement was reached between Moscow and Kiev for the export of grain. Today, therefore, the first eight ships loaded with cereals leave again using the so-called 'safe corridors', those from which, for the Kremlin, the attack on the Black Sea Fleet had been launched. Vladimir Putin warns: 'Russia reserves the right to leave the grain agreement in case of a new violation by Ukraine of its obligations”. But the situation, at least on this front, has cleared up. Once again the credit for the intermediation goes to the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, already a proponent of the first, hard-earned Istanbul agreements of 22 July. Volodymyr Zelensky was keen to personally thank him on Twitter for his 'active participation in preserving the grain deal, for his continued support for Ukraine's territorial integrity.' The Ukrainian leader then said in the usual evening video: 'We have an important diplomatic result for our country and for the whole world: the implementation of the initiative for the export of cereals continues'. As for the guarantees requested by Moscow, 'they show the failure of its aggression'.

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TORTURE CHAMBERS - But the wheat deal does not stop the war. A new Russian bombing has damaged the maternity ward and outpatient clinic of the Toretsk hospital, in the Donetsk region. According to Ukrainian sources, homes, condominiums and administrative buildings were also targeted in the attack. But the worst comes from what the Minister of Internal Affairs of Kiev Denys Monastyrsky reveals: “23 torture chambers have been discovered in the Kharkiv region, 3 in the Kherson region and one in the Donetsk region. There were 8 torture chambers in the Kupyansk Territory.” The minister adds: “I am optimistic about the possibility of finding those responsible for these cases of torture. As for some of them, we already figured out who was there.' Monastyrsky was especially disturbed by the Balaklia torture chamber: “There were hundreds of detainees. He was in a police station, where up to 40 people may have been held in cells at any one time.' On the other hand, according to the Novaya Gazeta , over a hundred recruits would have already died, at the front or during training, since the mobilization of reservists began. While Alexey Navalny, the Russian dissident in prison for political reasons, makes it known that he has been placed in solitary confinement for the seventh time, in this case for 11 days.

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THE NUCLEAR DANGER - Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, speaking at Sky News , he says confidently: 'I don't think Vladimir Putin will use nuclear weapons, he would be a fool to do so'. In that case 'Russia would immediately resign from the club of civilized nations.' The same spokesman for the National Security Council of the White House, John Kirby, explains to reporters: 'There is no sign that Russia is preparing to use nuclear weapons against Ukraine'. However “Russia's words on the potential use of nuclear weapons are deeply worrying and we take them seriously. We continue to monitor, but see no indications that Russia is preparing for such use.' The topic was also at the center of a conversation between the Italian premier Giorgia Meloni and the Japanese one Fumio Kishida: both confirmed the need to keep the international community united. However, the alert on the atomic bomb is there. And it is documented by some interceptions of Russian generals picked up by American 007 and whose news is reported by New York Times : the conversations would have taken place in mid-October, in the days in which Joe Biden continually warned Putin that the use of nuclear power would have 'serious consequences' for Moscow. But the Kremlin's foreign ministry countered with a statement, in which it reiterated that Russia 'hypothetically allows a reaction using nuclear weapons exclusively in response to aggression using weapons of mass destruction or to aggression with conventional weapons when the very existence of the state is threatened. We fully reaffirm our commitment to the joint statement by the leaders of the five nuclear-weapon states on preventing a nuclear war and on preventing an arms race of 3 January 2022. We call on other nuclear-weapon states to demonstrate in practice their willingness to work towards solving this overriding task, and to abandon dangerous attempts to violate each other's vital interests while balancing on the brink of armed conflict and encouraging provocations with weapons of mass destruction that can lead to catastrophic consequences.' .

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NORTH KOREA ALLEGATIONS - Biden, on the sidelines of an event at the White House, warns that the American troops sent to Poland and other NATO countries will remain there 'for a very long time to come'. While in a press release reported by the Cnn , Kirby launches heavy accusations against North Korea of ​​having sent weapons to Russia:  “In September, North Korea publicly denied its intention to supply ammunition to Russia. However, our information indicates that Pyongyang is secretly supplying Moscow with significant numbers of artillery shells for its war in Ukraine, while pretending to ship the weapons to countries in the Middle East or North Africa.” Meanwhile Spain is sending new military and medical aid to Kiev. And Switzerland sanctions Iran for selling kamikaze drones to Moscow, freezing the assets of a company and three people and imposing travel bans. Today, in Munster, Germany, the G7 foreign ministers meet again: among the issues on the table is also the reduction of energy dependence on Russia.

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THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS - After the new agreement on wheat exports, Moscow is waiting, writes la Tass , clear signals from Kiev on the willingness to resume peace talks, obviously bearing in mind the new territorial realities, i.e. the four regions annexed to Russia. Zelensky, in an interview with Czech TV, replies: “Their diplomacy is a lie, they lie. Yesterday they said they were ready to stop the war while Ukraine was not, but then they attacked us with 54 missiles. They are crazy? They are sick? I can not understand. What can we talk about with them if they attack us with 54 missiles in half a day? I think they live on another planet. It's not a question of compromises. Of course, only the victory counts. But Russia must take a step back”.

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THE MYSTERY OF PUTIN – Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announces the Kremlin's next move: Russia will present to British Ambassador in Moscow Deborah Bronnert evidence of Britain's involvement in the attack on Sevastopol and sabotage against the Nord Stream gas pipelines, for then disseminate the material. But another piece of news is also taking center stage in the capital: Vladimir Putin has not yet decided whether to run again to lead the country for the 2024 presidential elections. This is not a mere rumor, but what Dmitry Peskov declared at the press conference, Kremlin spokesman.

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