NATO Secretary-General has warned that war in direct Ukraine could last “years”

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3:48 p.m. : The Russian military continues its war in the east to force civilians to leave their city. Our journalists Boris Lomegne and Eric Adra followed a group of Ukrainian electricians who claimed to have been targeted by enemy fire. Hundreds of villages are plunged into darkness. Report.

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3:22 p.m. : The French ambassador’s cultural adviser to Russia will no longer be welcomed in the country, according to franceinfo. The French ambassador, Pierre Lévy, was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry, where he was told that the accreditation of his cultural adviser would not be renewed and that he would have to leave Russian territory before July 17. According to diplomatic sources in FranceInfo, the decision was made in Moscow. “France is now in the camp of allies and maintaining relations with it can be considered treason.”.

2:24 pm : “A conflict lasts a long time, and many rapes and sexual assaults come with it.”. Celine Bartett, Founder of We Are Not Weapons of War, a non-governmental organization working against sexual violence in conflict, was the guest of honor at France this morning. Returned to the war in Ukraine and the abuses of the Russian military.

2:05 p.m. : It’s 2pm, here’s the point of the news:

Participation rate is slightly higher at noon, compared to the first round: 18.99% against 18.43%. Leading political leaders, from Emmanuel Macron to Jean-Luc Mலlenchon, have voted through Marine Le Pen and Elizabeth Bourne. Follow Our live second round.

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A setback for the government with the defeat of Foreign Secretary Justin Benin for the Sea in Guadeloupe. There are left-wing and regional movements Imposed in several foreign constituencies.

There are about 52 fields with orange warning for thunderstorms and / or heat waves this afternoon. The storms that followed this heat wave One died in Villers-sur-Mer.

War may continue in Ukraine “Years”, NATO Secretary-General warned In an interview published by the German newspaper Sunday Picture. He urges Western nations to retain their support for kyiv.

12:17 p.m. : Ukrainian troops say this afternoon that they have repulsed Russian attacks on villages near the strategic city of Zhivrodonetsk in the east, where both forces have been engaged in bloody battles for weeks. “Our units repulsed the attack in the Toshikovka regionThe Ukrainian military said on Facebook. The enemy retreats and reunites. “

12:18 p.m. : This is noon, here’s the point of the news:

Participation rate is slightly higher at noon, compared to the first round: 18.99% against 18.43%. Follow Our live second round.

இன்றைய Today’s the first setback for the government with the defeat of Foreign Secretary for the Sea Justin Benin in Guadeloupe. Leftists and regional movements have imposed themselves In many foreign districts.

52 About 52 fields have been placed on orange alert due to thunderstorms and / or heat waves this afternoon. The storms that followed this heat wave One died in Villers-sur-Mer.

War may continue in Ukraine “Years”, NATO Secretary-General warned In an interview published by the German newspaper Sunday Picture. He urges Western nations to retain their support for kyiv.

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11:07 : Germany faces recent cuts in Russia’s gas supplies and takes urgent action to protect its supply, especially increased use of coal. “To reduce gas consumption, less gas should be used to generate electricity, but more use should be made of coal-fired power plants.”, The Ministry of Economy said in a statement. Coal is the energy source that emits the most greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming.

10:00 am : Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky returns from the south and promises that his forces will maintain their morale and have no doubt of victory over the Russians. “We will not give the south to anyone, we will take everything back. The sea will be Ukrainian and it will be safe.”He said in a video released on the Telegram when he returned to Kiev.

09:11 : 9am, here is the gist of the news:

இன்றைய Today’s the first setback for the government with the defeat of Foreign Secretary for the Sea Justin Benin in Guadeloupe’s 2nd constituency. Follow Second round with us.

முழுவதும் Across the territory, 50 departments removed red tracking Be on the lookout for orange heat wave and / or thundershowers. The storms that followed this heat wave One died and one is missing in Calvados.

War may continue in Ukraine “Years”NATO’s secretary general warned in an interview with a German daily on Sunday Picture. He urges Western nations to retain their support for kyiv.

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08:48 : If so, according to France Televisions, a “Yes” To be approved by the Council, this measure is the first step in a long process that could take several years. Other countries, such as northern Macedonia, have been waiting at the gates of the EU for more than 15 years. Descriptions.

09:22 : On the one hand, Poland, backed by the Baltic states, argues that Ukraine, which is at war with Russia, deserves candidate status. But other countries, such as the Netherlands or Denmark, are concerned that the country has not yet made the necessary reforms to unify the EU.

08:48 : This is a highly symbolic decision to be taken by the Council of Europe scheduled for Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th June. The 27 heads of state of the European Union will have to decide whether to grant Ukraine the status of a candidate country. If France, like the European Commission, had come out in support behind the scenes, the matter would have been debated. I will explain everything in this article.

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