Berlin: 'Nord Strem maybe unusable forever'. Marianna Triasko, an Italian-Ukrainian doctor, was killed in battle

Berlin fears that Nord Stream will be unusable forever. Marianna Triasko, Ukrainian who had lived in Treviso for 14 years, killed in battle. Ursula Von der Leyen announces new sanctions, but Le Pen follows Orban's line: 'They must be removed'

  marianna triasko Marianna Triasko was 37 years old. She had married in Italy and had two children Photo Video

Moscow calls for a meeting of the UN Security Council on Nord Stream, which Berlin fears lost forever. The Kremlin announces new offensives in Donetsk after the referendums and Kiev is hunting down citizens of other countries 'who have agreed to play the role of observers'. Ursula Von der Leyen initiates new sanctions, but Marine Le Pen follows the path of Viktor Orban and asks for them to be withdrawn. Marianna Triasko, a Ukrainian doctor who lived in Treviso who returned to Ukraine to help her people, dies in battle. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video 4 | video 5

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THE DEATH OF MARIANNA - Marianna Triasko was 37 years old. Originally from Ivano-Frankivsk, she had lived in Villorba, Treviso for 14 years and was married to an Italian. She had two children aged 10 and 14. But with the invasion of Ukraine she had decided to return home to help her compatriots in the 102nd Brigade of the Territorial Defense Forces. She was killed in battle. Ten people were injured in a Ukrainian raid on the Russian territory of Belgorod. And in anticipation of a long conflict, the United States is launching a new tranche of aid for 1.1 billion dollars, which includes 18 Himars precision artillery systems, 150 Humvee armored vehicles, radar and anti-drone defense systems. Vyacheslav Volodin, the chairman of the Duma, says he considers 'traitors' those who left Russia to go to Georgia, where they signed a document recognizing the Kremlin's occupation of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. If they return, Volodin assures them 'they will be punished by law'. In any case “perhaps those who signed this document it is good that they are gone. No need to hold them tightly. They've already cheated.' During his trip to Kazakhstan, Pope Francis says: 'I think it is a mistake to think that it is a cowboy film where there are good guys and bad guys. And it is also a mistake to think that this is a war between Russia and Ukraine and that's it. No: this is a world war”. And he reveals to La Civiltà Cattolica that he has activated himself for an exchange of prisoners: “A military leader has also come who is in charge of the exchange of prisoners, again with President Zelensky's religious adviser. This time they brought me a list of over 300 prisoners. They asked me to do something to make a trade. I immediately called the Russian ambassador to see if anything could be done, if an exchange of prisoners could be speeded up'.

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I REFERENDUMS FOR ANNEXATION - An extraordinary plenary session on the annexation of the Ukrainian regions of Lugansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia will be held in the Russian Parliament on October 3. The Kremlin lets it be known that it will resume the offensive in Donetsk immediately afterwards. In a video message on Telegram, the mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov speaks to his citizens about the referendum in Zaporizhzhia: “I want to thank you for your indomitable position. Even under the oppression of the enemy, you did not participate in this farce and this fake referendum. Only 0.5% of residents participated in this charade.' For the pro-Russians, on the other hand, 85.4% of those entitled would have participated, equal to 541,093 voters. And on Twitter, Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky, writes: 'Citizens of other countries who have agreed to play the role of 'observers' in the Russian pseudo-referendums will be considered as complicit in the violation of Ukraine's integrity. With all the consequences: including the establishment of an international wanted list and sanctions. It was worth it?'

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GOODBYE NORTH STREAM? - The German 007 believes that the three pipes of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines are potentially unrecoverable and that they must be repaired immediately to prevent salt water from corroding them, as reported by Tagesspiegel. Regarding the alleged sabotage, Moscow will ask for a meeting of the UN Security Council for the damages suffered by the gas pipeline. And the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation has opened an investigation into international terrorism in this regard. In the ongoing exchange of accusations between Moscow and Kiev on who damaged Nord Stream, Washington calls itself out, calling it 'ridiculous' to insinuate that the United States is behind the attack. The Danish energy agency reports that most of the gas contained in the pipes has meanwhile dispersed into the atmosphere.

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NEW SANCTIONS FROM THE EU - The president of the EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, argues that Russia must 'pay for this further escalation' of the war. And he is preparing new sanctions that will deprive Moscow 'of another 7 billion euros of revenue' while 'the extension of the list of products that can no longer be exported to Russia will deprive the Kremlin of key technologies, such as aviation items, electronic components and specific chemicals”. The sanctions include a 'ban on European citizens sitting on the boards of state-owned companies' in Russia. And there are also non-Russian people on the blacklist who are circumventing the sanctions. Moscow's oil price cap is also expected. But not everyone agrees. After the breakup of the united front of Viktor Orban, who will submit the sanctions to a referendum in Hungary, the voice of the French Marine Le Pen rises: “We are against the sanctions on energy, for a very simple and very clear reason: the sanctions on energy have brought additional wealth to Russia and a planned impoverishment of our European countries. So I'm a fool.' And she adds: 'When a sanction is counterproductive, it must be withdrawn.'