Turkish President Erdogan: 'Russia return Crimea to Ukraine'

The 'Crimea case' breaks out: the EU openly says it will never recognize its annexation to Russia and Erdogan asks for its return to Ukraine. The UN calls the trial in the cages in Mariupol a 'war crime'. Kiev: 'Russian secret services are behind the attack in Moscow'

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Crimea leaps to the center of international tensions: the EU claims it will never recognize its annexation to Russia and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan asks for it to be returned to Ukraine. Kiev calls the meeting at the United Nations on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant a 'waste of time' and raises the suspicion that the Russian secret services are directly behind the attack in Moscow. For the UN, the Mariupol trial is a 'war crime'. Washington and Berlin allocate new funds for Ukraine. - Photo | video

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THE ATTACK IN MOSCOW - The death of Darya Dugina, daughter of Putin's ideologist Alexander Dugin, continues to be a mystery: the pro-Russians of Donetsk have openly accused Kiev, the Russian dissident Ilya Ponomarev, a former member of the Duma, has pointed to the internal resistance against Putin 'of the national republican army', the 007 of Moscow have set their sights on Natalia Pavlovna Vovk, linked to the Azov Battalion. And now comes the Ukrainian version: for Oleksii Danilov, secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, the attack would constitute an 'execution perpetrated by the Russian secret services and Ukraine has nothing to do' with the murder. “This person didn't really care. We are not at all involved in the explosion that killed this woman, it is the work of the Russian secret services '. Not only. For Danilov it would be only the beginning of a new strategy in Moscow, aimed at influencing public opinion. And on Twitter he writes: “Support for war is waning in Russia. The Kremlin needs public mobilization. The FSB will organize a series of terrorist attacks in Russian cities with many civilian casualties. Dugina is the first. Unlike Russia, Ukraine is not at war with civilians '.

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WAR FRONT - The UN condemns the trial that the Russians are preparing in Mariupol, considering it a 'war crime'. Human rights office spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani said: 'There are images of cages under construction at the Mariupol Philharmonic where the trialed will be held: it is unacceptable and humiliating. Depriving a prisoner of the right to a fair trial is equivalent to a war crime on the part of Russia ”. Meanwhile, deputy Konstantin Yankauskas ends up in court in Moscow, guilty of tweeting the Pope's appeal on Mariupol: “I will be tried together with the Pope for having discredited the armed forces. For the Pope's prayer for peace and life that I posted on my social channels. This is completely absurd, but the trial will take place this Friday anyway ”. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, on the other hand, is worried about the months to come: 'Winter is approaching and it will be hard, we are facing a war of friction where willpower and logistics will be key: we must support Ukraine because a strong and sovereign Ukraine is a guarantee of security for the Atlantic Alliance ”. Germany has ready a new package of military aid for 500 million euros, Washington announces another for three billion. But a new crack in international tensions is opening up in Crimea, where another drone was shot down by Russian anti-aircraft near Sevastopol.

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THE CASE CRIMEA - To recall its importance is Volodymyr Zelensky himself, at the second summit of the Crimea Platform: 'It is necessary that Crimea be liberated for victory to be truly achieved, for international law to be restored: it all started in Crimea and must end in Crimea. Dear citizens of Crimea and Crimea: I know that Crimea is waiting to return to Ukraine and will return ”. A position shared by the United States, through the mouth of Secretary of State Antony Blinken: “Crimea is Ukraine. This was our position in 2014 and it remains so now ”. Olaf Scholz, speaking on video link, says: 'The international community will never accept Russia’s illegal imperialist annexation of your territory.' And the same words are used by the president of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen: “The EU will never recognize the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia. We work tirelessly with Ukraine to denounce human rights violations, bring those responsible to justice and support the victims. Crimea was not only used as a military base but also as a test for other brutal annexations of part of the Ukrainian territory. The EU will be alongside Ukraine for as long as it takes and our desire to see Ukraine as a member of the EU has never been stronger. ' Prime Minister Mario Draghi says: 'Italy has always condemned the occupation of Crimea and we are concerned about the worsening of human rights in the peninsula and the injustices towards the Tatar community: the struggle for Crimea is part of the struggle to free the 'Ukraine'. And the Polish President Andrzej Duda moves along the same line. But the words of Turkish President Erdogan are certainly making more noise, so far the most interested in mediation between Kiev and Moscow and a supporter of the Istanbul agreements on grain exports. On this point, however, he shows no doubts: 'The return of Crimea to Ukraine, of which it is an inseparable part, is essentially a requirement of international law'.

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THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - While the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea), Rafael Grossi, announces to the BBC that he will lead the inspection of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in the 'next few days', the Ukrainian ambassador to the United Nations, Sergiy Kyslytsya , calls the Security Council meeting on the situation at the plant a waste of time: 'I wish we had been gathered here from Russia to hear the one thing the whole world wants to hear, a statement that Russia is demilitarizing the power plant. Zaporizhzhia, withdraws its troops and hands it over to the government of Ukraine. Instead, we wasted more than an hour listening to a slew of fictional songs. Once again Russia has the audacity to convene a meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss its provocations, its terror, at the Zaporizhzhia power station '.

Source: oggi.it