LIVE. War in Ukraine: “There is no prospect of a summit between Russia and the United States”, according to Moscow

11:36 a.m

There is no compromise

According to Mykhailo Podoliak, adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky, compromise on Ukrainian territories “will not bring peace, but will increase the number of victims.” Any compromise on the subject “would be a victory for Putin,” he pleads in the same line as the Ukrainian president.

11:14

Criticism of Orban

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called EU sanctions against Russia “a step towards war” and criticized Brussels’ “dangerous” strategy. He even claims he is ready to “fight” a possible new sanctions package.

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“Anyone who intervenes economically in a military conflict reveals his position,” the nationalist leader still judges in the interview.

11:05 a.m

No summit is planned between Moscow and Washington

In the same statement, Dmitry Peskov said that “there is no prospect of a summit between Russia and the United States.” However, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov assures that “if the US shows that it is ready and interested, we will not refuse the meeting.”

10:57

Moscow talks about the Nord Stream

It is important to find out who is behind the attack on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, minutes after the attack, according to a Russian news agency. results confirming the “sabotage” thesis.

10:42 a.m

Return of electricity to Lviv

Although many Ukrainians are without electricity after the Russian strikes, the mayor of Lviv confirms on Telegram that power has returned to almost the entire city.

10:09 a.m

Russia wants to strengthen in Crimea

“In order to ensure the safety of the Crimeans, fortification works are being carried out in the territory of Crimea under my supervision,” said Moscow Governor Sergei Aksyonov.

09:40

A diversion trail has been confirmed for Nord Stream

The Swedish prosecutor leading the investigation into the leaks from the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea confirmed this Friday morning that it was an act of sabotage. “Analyses show traces of explosive substances in several foreign objects found,” he told the press, stating that the investigation is ongoing. So far, the prosecutor does not indicate any responsibility.

09:21

A step towards the US?

“I hope that the (prisoner exchange) perspective is not only relevant, but is growing stronger and the time will come when we will reach a concrete agreement,” said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov. Russian news agencies. These statements come a day after the announcement of the transfer of American basketball player Brittney Griner, who was arrested in Moscow and found guilty of drug trafficking, to a Russian penal colony.

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Supporters of the basketball player denounced the political affair, accusing the Russian authorities of holding him hostage amid tensions between Moscow and Washington around Ukraine.

08:57

Deaths in the Zaporozhye region

Kirill Tymoshenko, adviser to the President of Ukraine, said on Telegram that two dead were found a day after the shootings in the Zaporizhzhia region this Friday. This will bring the death toll to nine since Thursday’s shelling of the city of Vilnius.

08:46

“Preparation for the winter of 2023”

“We won’t run out of gas this year,” assures Thierry Breton. “We are already going through this winter (…) and the future, we will manage it”, continues the European commissioner. “We are already preparing for the winter of 2023,” he said in a French report.

08:39

The war behind the missile drop in Poland

“It’s still because of Vladimir Putin,” Thierry Breton said after Tuesday’s rocket attack in Poland that killed two people. “We will see the attribution, but the origin is still this war,” the European commissioner still insists in French information.

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08:35

Putin is determined to continue

“Everyone sees who Putin is and what he does. (…) He is determined to continue, so we will continue to increase the sanctions”, European Commissioner Thierry Breton assures in French information on the internal market.

08:23

Papa wants to help

In an interview with the Italian newspaper “La Stampa”, Pope Francis reassures us that the Vatican is “ready to do everything” to serve as a mediator and end the conflict.

08:08

Russians are completely rebuilt

According to a daily update from the British Ministry of Defence, the Russians are currently in the process of rebuilding and reorganizing their forces. In addition, they began digging trenches near the Crimean border, as well as between the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, “which shows that they are preparing in case of a new Ukrainian breakthrough,” the ministry said.

07:56

Ukrainian experts have arrived in Poland

They will participate in the investigation to determine where the rocket that killed two people in Poland was launched. “Our experts are already in Poland,” the head of Ukrainian diplomacy, Dmitry Kouleba, said on his Twitter page. “We hope that they will quickly enter the scene in cooperation with the Polish law enforcement authorities,” he added.

07:47

“Serious violation of international humanitarian law”

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Judge Anne-Claire Legendre told France info that Russia’s strikes on civilian infrastructure (including electricity) “constitute war crimes.” “These are serious violations of international humanitarian law,” he insists.

07:43

Groups of French investigators in Ukraine

Speaking to Franceinfo about these allegations of torture in Kherson, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Anne-Claire Legendre said, “This is of particular concern on our part.” “We have teams in Ukraine to help investigators,” he continues, if asked in that city.

07:42

Torture on a “terrifying” scale

“I have never seen torture on such a scale,” said Dmytro Loubynets, the human rights officer of the parliament, on national television, “after visiting all the torture chambers in different regions of Ukraine.”

07:35

10 million Ukrainians were left without electricity

07:31

“This war is your problem too”

At the Apec summit, Emmanuel Macron called on Asia-Pacific countries to join a “growing consensus” against the war in Ukraine, stressing that this war is also “their problem.” “Help us send this message to Russia: stop the war, respect the international order, go back to the (negotiation) table “he insists.

07:29

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