Zelensky, the day of the liberation of Crimea will come. Macron, we will provide more military support to Kiev
Erdogan feels Putin, Turkey ready for a peaceful solution
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a new telephone conversation during which the latest events in Ukraine were discussed. Tass reports it.
“During the talks, issues contributing to the improvement of relations between Turkey and Russia, as well as recent developments in Ukraine, were discussed. President Erdogan confirmed that Turkey is ready to contribute to the search for a peaceful solution to the Ukrainian question for the benefit of all parties ”, the office of the Turkish president announced.
Orban booed by pro Kiev protesters in Prague
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was booed by a squad of pro-Ukraine protesters who stood behind the barriers this morning in the square in front of the entrance to Prague Castle, where the informal European Council meets, with signs in favor of the effort war in Kiev. Orban, who has good relations with the Kremlin, was booed and greeted with loud ‘buuu’ on his arrival. In Prague, where Soviet tanks in 1968 abruptly put an end to Alexander Dubcek’s ‘socialism with a human face’, the Ukrainian cause is quite popular: it is not difficult to see blue and yellow flags hanging from the facades of houses around the city. even outside some church.
Filo-Russians, “Aiea expert group arriving in central Zaporizhzhia”
The arrival at the Ukrainian nuclear power plant of Zaporizhzhia is already expected today of a new group of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea), composed of four people. This was announced by Vladimir Rogov, a member of the board of directors of the pro-Russian administration of the Zaporozhzhia region, to the Sputnik agency. “A group of experts from the IAEA is coming to visit us. Today they will arrive at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and replace the two specialists from Spain and Romania ”, said Rogov, referring to the two experts who have been in the plant for several weeks to monitor the situation.