February 3, 2023

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“It is impossible to accept the condition set by Biden,” but openness to talks

Kyiv: “Putin cannot be the subject of dialogue with the world”

«A fact already understood in the main capitals, but not yet recognized in Moscow: Putin cannot be an object of dialogue with the world because he does not have a political perspective of his own in Russia itself. Russia’s only chance for survival is to eliminate the elites and erase “other people’s mistakes”. This was stated by the advisor to the Ukrainian President, Mykhailo Podolyak, on Twitter.

Putin to Schulz: ‘missile attacks are inevitable’

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, called Russia’s missile attacks on Ukraine “a forced and inevitable response to Kyiv’s provocative attacks against Russia’s civilian infrastructure, including the Crimean Bridge and energy”: Kremlin reports, citing TASS.

Putin in a phone call with Schultz: “Western policies are destructive”

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a phone call with German Chancellor Olaf Schultz, described the line of Western countries in Ukraine as “destructive”, accusing them of supplying weapons to the Ukrainian army. This was reported by the Kremlin taken by TASS. “Attention was drawn to the devastating line of Western countries, including Germany, which reinforced the Kyiv regime with weapons and trained the Ukrainian army,” the Kremlin said in a statement.

Kyiv, three killed in an attack

Three people were killed and 7 others were injured in the Russian bombing of the Kherson region in southern Ukraine during the past 24 hours. This was reported by the regional governor, Jaroslav Janushevich on Telegram, writing for the Guardian online newspaper. According to the governor, Russian forces bombed Kherson and other parts of the region 42 times in the same period. The city was liberated by Ukrainian forces in mid-November after months of Russian occupation, but has since come under fire from Moscow forces who have retreated to the other side of the Dnipro River. The city also had problems with its electricity supply. Janusevich said the electricity went out again yesterday after it was recently restored. At the same time, the pro-Russian authorities in Kherson announced that they would begin evacuating some people with limited mobility from the Russian-occupied town of Kakhovka on the eastern bank of the Dnipro River. Evacuations should begin tomorrow, authorities wrote on Telegram, according to The Guardian.

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Zelensky signed a decree – restrictions on the activities of the Orthodox Church

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree imposing restrictions on the activity of the Orthodox Church in the country associated with the Moscow Patriarchate. This was announced by Ukrinform. Zelensky announced the initiative yesterday evening, saying that he intends to “prevent religious organizations affiliated with the centers of influence of the Russian Federation from operating in Ukraine.” The Ukrainian agency adds that the inspections carried out by the internal security services, SPO, which began a few weeks ago, have continued to date in three churches.

Pope: Uncountable damage to the victims and an energy crisis

The globalization of problems is re-emerging today in connection with the dramatic war conflict going on within Europe, between Russia and Ukrainewhich in addition to the incalculable damage of each war in terms of civilian and military casualties, follows the energy crisis, the financial crisis, the humanitarian crisis of many innocent people who were forced to leave their homes and lost their most precious possessions, and finally, the food crisis that affects an increasing number of people around the world , especially in the poorest countries.” Pope Francis says this in the message sent on the occasion of the 2022 edition of the Rome-Mediterranean Dialogues, which are taking place in Rome.

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Spain: An Investigation into War Crimes in Ukraine

A team made up of Spanish agents from the National Police and the Civil Guard left last night for Ukraine, where they will take part in investigations of possible war crimes committed during the conflict. This can be read in a note from the Home Office. The team consists of 11 agents and specialists in the fields of criminal police, criminal law and explosive disposal, under the coordination of the commander and chief inspector. In the field, the investigation team will work in cooperation with the Ukrainian authorities in the investigation.

The Kremlin: Putin is open to talks on Ukraine

And Russian President Vladimir Putin remains “open to talks to ensure Russia’s interests.” This was stated by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, as reported by the TASS agency, after the offer of negotiations by US President Joe Biden. Peskov added that Moscow “considers the peaceful diplomatic path as the preferred way to achieve its goals.”

Tajani: “Dialogue between Ukraine and Russia? I hope there will be”

“Only with dialogue, and perhaps there can be dialogue as soon as possible between Russia and Ukraine to revive a just peace, a peace that guarantees the independence of a state because invasion and aggression are absolutely unacceptable. But we must work for peace »: Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani told Mediterranean Dialogues.

The Kremlin: The United States recognizes the annexed Ukrainian regions as Russian

The preferred way to resolve the situation in Ukraine is diplomacy, but the United States must recognize the recently annexed regions of Ukraine as territory belonging to the Federation. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said this in response to US President Joe Biden, who said he was ready to meet Russian Vladimir Putin.

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Russia: Putin rejects the terms of the Biden negotiations

It is impossible for Russia to accept the condition set by US President Joe Biden for negotiations on Ukraine, that is, for Moscow’s forces to leave Ukrainian territory first. This was explained by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, citing RIA Novosti.