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Russia-Ukraine war, the Kremlin: “The conflict will last a long time”. Kiev against the Italian Danieli group: doing business with Moscow

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Russia-Ukraine war, the Kremlin: “The conflict will last a long time”.  Kiev against the Italian Danieli group: doing business with Moscow

The war in Ukraine has reached day 118, and Europe will move forward with military aid in Kiev. Josep Borrell at the end of the Foreign Council said that «the ministers have renewed their commitment to help Kiev militarily. It seems that Putin wants to destroy Ukraine physically. We must support Ukraine as long as it is needed ». New appeal from Zelensky: “We need help: supplies, food, weapons and modern equipment.” «For any negotiations with Russia we need security guarantees for the future and we believe that Italy should be among the guarantors. We thank the Italian government for its support ».

The case – Russia-Ukraine war, arms clash between M5S and majority

The background – Villas, castles and yachts: Putin’s treasure revealed

How to donate – Mirror of the Times Foundation


7.05 – The governor of Kaliningrad, Moscow will convene EU ambassador
The Russian Foreign Ministry will convene today, Tuesday, the European Union ambassador in Moscow Markus Ederer, on the decision by Lithuania to partially block the transit of goods to Kaliningrad, due to EU sanctions. This was stated by the governor of Kaliningrad, Anton Alikhanov. “It is a situation that can be resolved by diplomatic means,” he told Russian television. “The European Union ambassador to Russia will be summoned to the Foreign Ministry and the conditions will be communicated to him,” he added.

6.35 – The Kremlin: the war? It will last a long time
The Kremlin spokesman said the war in Ukraine will last a long time and Moscow will no longer trust the West. “Yes, it will be a crisis that will last for a long time, but we will no longer trust the West,” said Dmitry Peskov interviewed by Nbc, according to the Russian agency Ria, in response to the question of whether the war will last for a long time.

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6.18 – Kiev against the Italian Danieli: doing business with Moscow
Harsh attack by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense on the Italian giant Danieli. “After four months of large-scale warfare, Danieli, who is based in Italy, is still collaborating with Russian factories, providing equipment for the production of nuclear submarines and armor for tanks” reads a tweet from the Kiev ministry. the Russian military complex goes against legal and moral considerations ». Officine Meccaniche Danieli is a multinational based in Buttrio (Udine) and is one of the world leaders in the production of steel plants, particularly in the long products sector, of which it holds over 90% of the world market.

6.15 – The medal of the Russian Nobel Muratov sold for 103 million dollars, the proceeds to Unicef
Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov’s Nobel Peace Prize medal was auctioned in New York for 103 million dollars. The proceeds will go to UNICEF to help children displaced by the war in Ukraine. Muratov, who was awarded the gold medal in October 2021, helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. He was the editor-in-chief of the publication when it closed in March due to the Kremlin’s crackdown on journalists.

6.13 – Macron receives NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg in Paris
French President Emmanuel Macron will receive NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Paris today. This was announced by the Elysée, specifying in a note that the meeting has the objective of “preparing the NATO summit in Madrid scheduled for next 28 to 30 June”.

6 – Russian troops entered the Severodonetsk industrial zone
Russian troops entered the Severodonetsk industrial zone. This was confirmed by the governor of the Ukrainian region of Luhansk, Serhii Haidai, specifying that the Azot chemical plant is the only part of the area not yet under Russian control. Fighting rages in the area, Haidai added on Telegram, arguing that neighboring villages are also constantly under fire.

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