Putin’s wrath: “With the price cap we will no longer deliver anything to the EU. May Europe return to itself '. The reply: 'Enough blackmail'

The Kremlin leader will not sell gas, oil or coal to the EU in the event of a price cap. A secret document reveals Moscow's economic difficulties. The US: 'Evidence on hundreds of thousands of deportees and detainees'. Kiev orders the evacuation of Zaporizhzhia

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Vladimir Putin attacks the EU from Vladivostok for sanctions, to which he will respond by closing off exports of gas, oil and coal. Europe replies: 'Enough blackmail'. A secret document reveals Russia's troubles. The United States claims to have evidence on hundreds of thousands of deportees and detainees from the conflict. Kiev expects the war to continue in 2023, evaluates the shutdown of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant and orders the evacuation of civilians from the area. Moscow: 'The IAEA is forced to deny that Kiev bombs the power plant'. - Photo | video

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THE WRATH OF PUTIN - Vladimir Putin’s wrath is unleashed at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivistok: “The pandemic has been replaced by new global challenges that pose a challenge to the whole world. I am referring to the frenzy of Western sanctions, to the aggressive attempts by the West to impose a model of behavior on other countries, depriving them of sovereignty and subjugating them to its will '. Underlining how it is 'impossible to isolate Russia', he adds that his country 'has not lost and is not losing anything' and that 'on the contrary, it has strengthened its sovereignty'. He then urges Europe to 'come to its senses' on sanctions, recalling how the EU countries, faced with the surge in sanctions, have 'different solutions: either subsidize high energy prices or reduce consumption. From an economic point of view it is fine, but from a social point of view it is dangerous. It can cause an explosion. It is better to respect contractual obligations, civil rules. It is impossible not to respect the laws, objective, economic. Otherwise it will come back to you like a boomerang ”. He has it with the price cap hypothesis, in which case he has no doubts: 'We will not deliver anything if it is contrary to our interests, in this case economic. Neither gas, nor oil, nor coal. Anything'. Not only. He is also willing to respond by imposing restrictions on the export of Ukrainian wheat and seeds and will discuss this with the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Finally, he confirms the construction of the new gas pipeline to China through Mongolia.

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ENOUGH BLACKMAILS - According to a secret government document revealed by Bloomberg, the decrease in Moscow's GDP would however be much more serious than that indicated by public data. According to some sources, Russia could begin to see the economy recover again only after 2030. In various sectors there has been a collapse: the automobile market marks -58%. And the EU does not want to give up. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says the Russian leader is simply 'blackmailing the EU. Right now we just have to protect ourselves, strengthen our position ”. However, member countries have asked for more time to discuss the price cap, even assuming a non-Russian gas cap. The most cautious is still Erdogan, who explains to the Turkish agency Aanadolu: “I do not approve of the West's approach to the Russia-Ukraine war. The West follows a policy based on provocation. The war won't be over anytime soon. To those who take Russia lightly, I say they are wrong. Russia is not a country to be underestimated ”.

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THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - In Vladivostok, Putin also dwells on the distressing problem of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. He trusts the IAEA report, which is nevertheless 'under pressure from the United States and Europe and cannot directly say that the plant is being hit by Ukrainian territory'. Yet, he swears 'It is Kiev that undermines security'. Mikhail Ulyanov, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, echoes: “The main flaw in the IAEA report is that the Agency completely avoids appointing those responsible for threats to the nuclear safety of the plant. The IAEA has two of its technicians left there and has carried out a mission, it should know very well that the Ukrainians are bombing, but apparently the agency cannot afford to say it out loud. ' Meanwhile, Kiev is evaluating the shutdown of the plant for safety reasons. And orders civilians to evacuate the area.

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THOUSANDS OF DEPORTED - Yesterday evening, UN political affairs chief Rosemary DiCarlo told the Security Council: 'The persistent allegations of forced displacement, deportation and so-called 'filter camps' run by Russia and affiliated local forces are extremely disturbing. These reports must be examined with the collaboration of the competent authorities '. The UN considers the allegations of large-scale forced deportation of Ukrainian children 'credible'. And during the night, the US ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield claims that Washington has evidence of hundreds of thousands of cases, both children and adults, which 'are interrogated, detained, forcibly deported. Some are sent to the easternmost regions, near the North Korean border ”.

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BOMB AT THE PUTIN PARTY HEADQUARTERS - Meanwhile, the war does not stop. More explosions in the occupied city of Melitopol, at the headquarters of United Russia, Putin's party. The bombs come within hours of the announcement of the date set for 4 November for the referendum on self-determination in the Republics of Donbass and in the 'liberated territories', as Moscow defines them. Volodymyr Zelensky, in his speech to the nation, refers to the successes of the counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region, making it known that in many areas 'the Ukrainian flag has returned'. The forces of Kiev then surrounded the city of Balakljia, between Kharkiv and Izium. The commander of the armed forces of Kiev, Valerii Zaluzhnyi, and the number two of the defense and intelligence commission of the parliament, General Mykhailo Zabrodskyi, however, predict with absolute certainty that the war will continue also in 2023.

Source: oggi.it