December 6, 2023

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Moscow: “Lithuania will lift the ban on the transit of goods to Kaliningrad.” European Union: “Dangers of an unprecedented food crisis” – Mubasher

Moscow: “Lithuania will lift the ban on the transit of goods to Kaliningrad.”  European Union: “Dangers of an unprecedented food crisis” – Mubasher

Kyiv: “Rocket attacks in Odessa”

“After setting off the alarm at about 2 p.m. local time,” A Odessa Missile attacks have been reported.” Written by Ukrainska Pravda, citing MP Oleksiy Honcharenko on Telegram, who launched an appeal to take shelter “in air raid shelters”. The Kyiv Independent There were reports of “explosions” in the Ukrainian city, citing a spokesman for the regional administration. Explosions were heard after the sirens went off

Mouloud: “We will endure Kyiv for a long time with the European Union”

“It’s nice to welcome the president Von der Line Before the NATO summit in Madrid next week. NATO and the European Union stand with the Ukrainians who continue to defend themselves from the brutal Russian war. We will continue to support Ukraine, our close partner, for a long time.” The NATO Secretary General wrote in a tweet Jens Stoltenberg Which today received the President of the European Union Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.

European Union: ‘An unprecedented risk of a food crisis’

The EU is “fully committed to working with its global partners” to “manage the worst of the consequences” Food Safety“Swift and comprehensive” measures were taken. The council expresses “her deep concern“Due to the fact that vulnerable populations face levels of food insecurity”without precedents“. Russia’s war on unprovoked, unjustified and illegal aggression against Ukraine has taken place in a big way exacerbate there crisis subordinate Food Safety‘, you read the document. In Luxembourg The European Union’s Foreign Affairs Council is underway. The EU and its member states stand in solidarity with the partner countries most affected and will “strengthen their support as a responsive, responsible and reliable global player,” according to the conclusions. In this spirit, the Council invites the “Team Europe” to respond to global food insecurity including the “Four Lines of Action”. i.e. “Solidarity through emergency assistance”; promoting “sustainable production and resilience” in the food supply chain; Facilitating trade by helping Ukraine to export agricultural products through various routes and supporting global trade; Effective multilateralism and strong support for the central role of the United Nations Global Crisis Response Group in coordinating global efforts.” The EU then recalls that “there are no sanctions on Russian exports of food products to world markets.” The law states that sanctions “do not prohibit the import and transfer of products “Sanctions are specifically designed not to target food and agricultural products and, where appropriate, sectoral bans include specific exceptions for these products.”

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Zelensky: The Italy solution? support us”

Please support us. This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky speaking on a video link of the ISPI Global Policy Forum, referring to a question from former Prime Minister Mario Monti about tomorrow’s vote in Parliament.

Zelensky: “Thank you Italy, both of our guarantors of our security”

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.” This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky while speaking on a video link at the ISPI World Policy Forum

Kyiv: “The Russians want Luhansk by June 26”

In Severodonetsk and Lesichansk “decisive battles are taking place and the Russian command demands that its troops reach the administrative borders of the Lugansk region by June 26.” This was stated by Deputy Defense Minister of Ukraine Anna Malyar, as reported by Ukranska Pravda.
Now, the Russian army has unleashed practically all its forces and means (in battle) to attack the neighboring settlements – Maliar indicates -. They are trying to penetrate the defenses of our forces and besiege them. Our forces are doing everything in their power to preserve these lands and prevent encirclement.”

Zelensky: “The EU considers us equal partners”

What we want is the end of the war and our land does not belong to anyone else. We protect our common goals and values ​​with Europe. That’s a unifying factor for us and I think that’s why we got our candidate status. Only the European Union should consider us as an equal partner.” This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky He speaks in the video link at the ISPI Global Policy Forum.

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Zelensky: “Ukraine is reborn from under the rubble”

“Sanctions against Russia cannot be enough. Ukraine must be born from its ashes: we must allow people to return home, and this must be our priority, otherwise we will face an unprecedented crisis.” This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, speaking on a video link at the ISPI Global Policy Forum.

Zelensky: We need weapons and equipment

“Ukraine needs help: modern supplies, food, weapons and equipment.” This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, speaking on a video link at the ongoing ISPI Global Policy Forum in Milan.

Kyiv: “We export 1.5 million tons of grain”

“In our last months Export By land on average 1.5 million tons of grainBy rail and road The first is Trofimtseva, ambassador to the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry and coordinator of the Council of Exporters and Investors, Ukrinform reports. The ambassador noted that the infrastructure and logistics in Europe are not ready for the amount of grain exported from Ukraine. In this context, the diplomat praised the efforts of Poland, Germany and other countries to build transit hubs at the borders, and to speed up the passage of trains carrying Ukrainian grain between countries to ports where they can be loaded onto ships. Trofimtseva also drew attention to the fact that European partners have simplified as much as possible all customs and phytosanitary control procedures, so that Ukrainian wheat quickly reaches final consumers.

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