July 3, 2022

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Ukraine News: “I’m afraid they will say we have to stop the war”

uAhead of the visits of President Olaf Scholes, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, Oleksi Arrestovich, Greens’ presidential adviser, rejected a possible peace plan modeled on the Minsk agreement to pacify eastern Ukraine.

“I am afraid they will try to get Minsk III. They will say that the war that causes food and economic problems must end, that the Russians and Ukrainians are dying, that we must save Mr. Putin’s face, that the Russians did wrong, and that we must forgive them and return to the world community.” Opportunity must be given, “said Arstovich of the Built newspaper.

This is a problem for Ukraine. Putin killed people in Pucha “Western nations say we must save face.” The Minsk Peace Accord was signed in 2015 in the Norwegian form in the Belarusian capital by Russia, Ukraine, France and Germany. Basically, it was the end of the civil war in Luhansk and Donetsk. Ukraine and Russia accused each other of not respecting the agreement.

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7:58 am – Shelswick-Holsteiners donate 180,000 euros to war refugees

The donation site of the Schleswig-Holstein Investment Bank has raised about 180,000 euros in support of war refugees from Ukraine. As announced by the founders, the money will now be given to non-profit organizations. The “EinfachHelfen_SH” project was initiated by Paritätische Wohlfahrtsverband, Kinderschutzbund, Savings Banks and Investment Banks in the State. “The government’s donation base has made it possible to raise ,000 180,000 for charitable projects,” commented Finance Minister Monica Heinold (Greens). “It underscores the fact that people in Schleswig-Holstein help with a lot of heart, ideas and energy.”

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Donations are sent to member organizations of Paritätischer Wohlfahrtsverband and Kinderschutzbund. An advisory panel, represented by the founders mentioned above, examined which projects could be supported through donations. Donations are welcome to visit families and cafes, projects to explore the Schellsvik-Holstein and music and communication projects. Children, youth and families in particular need to be supported. Since the beginning of the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine on February 24, Schellswick-Holstein has taken more than 30,000 refugees.

7:23 am – Biden plans to use temporary pits to enable grain transport

US President Joe Biden is working with European allies to resolve the blockade of 20 million tonnes of Ukrainian grain stranded on the Black Sea coast by Russia’s war of aggression. The plan is to build temporary pits along Ukraine’s borders to avoid the problem of different track measurements in Ukrainian and European rail systems, Biden said.

“Ukraine has a system similar to Russia, which is different from the path of other railways in Europe,” he explained. “So we’ll build temporary pits on Ukraine’s borders, including Poland.

Ukraine is one of the world ‘s largest exporters of wheat, corn and sunflower oil. However, war and the Russian port siege have halted most of these exports, threatening the world’s food supply.

05:29 – Russia supplies less gas

Russian energy company Gazprom has reduced the maximum gas supply to Germany by 40 percent through the Nord Stream 1 Baltic Sea pipeline. A state-owned company in Moscow has blamed delays on Siemens’ repair work. A gas compressor unit does not return in a timely manner from repair. As a result, only 100 million cubic meters of gas per day can be pumped through the pipeline – 60 percent of the previously planned daily volume of 167 million.

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Nevertheless, the federal government considers supply security to be a guarantee. For Germany, North Stream 1 is the main supply pipeline with Russian gas.

3:33 am – Traffic light youth organizations demand EU candidate status for Ukraine

The SPD, Greens and the FDP’s youth organizations are demanding that Ukraine be “immediately recognized” as a candidate for EU membership. “As youth organizations of the three ruling parties, we expect a clear and ambiguous position from the traffic lights to become the candidate for admission to Ukraine,” said Jusso chairwoman Jessica Rosentel, head of the three organizations, and a federal spokeswoman. For Green Youth, Sarah-Lee Heinrich and Timon Dzienus, as well as Franziska Brandmann, the federal leader of the Young Liberals, in collaboration with the German Press Agency.

Leaders of the Party Youth Organizations of the Transport Lighting Coalition demanded that “the central government expedite the forthcoming consultations in Brussels so that the access process within the framework of EU rules can begin soon.”

1:10 am – BDI reviews Habeb’s plans

Siegfried Rusworm, president of the industrial association BDI, criticized Economy Minister Robert Hebeck (Greens)’s plans to change the law. “Breaking down companies is the strongest means available to the rule of law,” Raswarm Funke told reporters from the media group. Reducing the scope for using this tool to react to the appearance of abuse will affect the very foundations of our legal system. “In the end, there are often terrible compensations that taxpayers have to pay.”

22:59 – Stoltenberg to further export heavy weapons

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke in support of supplying more heavy weapons to Ukraine. “Yes, Ukraine still needs to have heavy weapons,” Norway said in The Hague. “Because they are totally dependent on it to resist the brutal Russian invasion.”

10:47 pm – Zelenskyy asks for modern missile defense

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has called on foreign partners to provide modern anti-missile weapons. There will be several important talks this week, not only with European politicians, he announced in Kiev without giving any details. “We reiterate to our allies that Ukraine needs modern missile defense weapons,” he said in his video speech.

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