According to the IAEA, the radioactivity of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant is normal, but buildings 100 meters from the plant have been hit. The Financial Times: 'EU ready to suspend visa agreement with Russia.' And Medvedev raises his voice on gas again: 'For the end of the year 5 thousand euros per thousand cubic meters'The nuclear power plant of Zaporizhzhia Photo Video
The IAEA raises the alarm on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, announcing that the bombs fell 100 meters from the reactors. According to the Financial Times, the EU is about to suspend the visa agreement with Russia. Four million Ukrainians returned home from Poland. Dmitry Medveved provokes again: 'Gas will cost 5 thousand euros per thousand cubic meters by the end of the year.' - Photo | video
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WAR FRONT - Donetsk governor Pavlo Kyrylenko denounces yet another Russian attack in the region, where the cities of Kramatorsk and Slovyansk were hit yesterday. But it was only the beginning. In the evening, the mayor of Kharkiv, Ihor Terekhov, wrote on Telegram: 'Russian troops hit the city center' with two rockets that destroyed a public administration building. And a missile hit a military infrastructure in the Rivne region: according to Ukrainian media, it would have started from Belarusian territory. But Zelensky does not lose confidence and writes on social media: “Our people have great strength. It has always been and always will be. As long as we believe in ourselves. As long as we keep our unity. And as long as we fight for Ukraine and work for our joint Ukrainian victory. ' But then he dismisses Yaroslav Spodar from the post of deputy commander of the Ukrainian National Guard, a role he held since 2014. The British defense ministry communicates on Twitter: 'Russia has lost tens of thousands of soldiers, new recruitments are very limited and the military of leverage are not technically obliged to work outside the national territory '. On the other side of the front, Moscow claims to have killed 250 soldiers in the attack on Slovyansk and to have destroyed a factory, Motor Sich, in the Zaporizhzhia region, where aircraft and helicopter engines are produced. But something unexpected is happening, reading the communiqué from the Polish border guard: “Since the Russian invasion, Polish border guards have processed the arrival of 5,835,000 people from Ukraine. At the same time, 3,996,000 people traveled in the opposite direction ”. Despite the war and the bombs, the Ukrainians are returning to their homeland.
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BOMBS HUNDRED METERS FROM CENTRAL - The IAEA, which is about to leave with the inspection of the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia, writes on Twitter that buildings 100 meters from the reactors have been hit. However, 'Ukraine has informed the IAEA about the bombings in recent days on the Zaporizhzhia site, but also explained that all security systems remain operational and that radioactivity is normal'. Defense Minister Dmytro Kuleba denounces: “Nuclear safety has remained Ukraine's top priority for decades, especially given our tragic past. The Russian invaders transformed the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant into a military base, putting the entire continent at risk. The Russian military must leave the plant area '. But according to Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Minister, “the Kiev regime is engaging in nuclear terrorism on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. Moscow hopes that the visit of the IAEA inspectors to the nuclear power plant will finally take place despite the destructive influence of Kiev '. Less reassuring are the words of the Russian governor of the occupied region, Yevhen Balytskyi, who claims to be ready in the event of a nuclear accident: 'At the moment the power plant is functioning normally and the radiation levels are normal, but in the face of a much uncertain, also due to the recklessness of the Ukrainian army, we have already drawn up an evacuation plan. '
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THE WAR OF VISAS - The Financial Times writes that the EU would be ready to suspend the visa agreement with Russia in 2007 and to make entry into the Schengen area more complex and burdensome for their citizens. The topic will be at the center of the EU summit in Prague on Tuesday and Wednesday. One of the sources of the newspaper explained: “It is inappropriate for Russian tourists to stroll around our cities. We must send a signal to the Russian population that the war in Ukraine is not acceptable to us ”.
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THE PROVOCATION OF MEDVEDEV - The vice president of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev returns to raise his voice in a post on Telegram: 'The price of gas in Europe will reach 5 thousand euros per thousand cubic meters by the end of the year. In relation to the increase in gas prices, the heads of state and government of the countries of the European Union are forced to revise their price forecasts to 5 thousand euros by the end of 2022 '. And he jokes: 'Warm greetings'.