May 29, 2024

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According to the Kremlin, Kevin’s membership in NATO would be “very negative” for European security

According to the Kremlin, Kevin’s membership in NATO would be “very negative” for European security

Ahead of the NATO summit, where Kiev’s candidacy will be discussed, the Kremlin warns: Ukraine’s joining the alliance will have consequences. “Very Negative” For European security. “This will be an absolute threat to our country and will require a clear and decisive response from us.” Its spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, made the statement on Monday, July 10. Follow our life.

Vladimir Putin meets Yevgeny Prigozhin. Since his abandoned parade in the Russian capital, Yevgeny Prigozhin has disappeared from circulation. On June 29, The Militant leader Wagner spoke with Vladimir Putin in Moscow. The meeting lasted “Almost three hours”, a Kremlin spokesman said. Later reports suggest that the Russian president gave “Praise” The June 24 mutiny and the commanders of Wagner’s group were heard saying they were supporting the Russian president. “Keep Fighting” to Russia. A total of 35 people attended the meeting.

Is Erdogan ready to support Sweden’s membership? The Turkish president wants the EU to resume negotiations on Turkey’s membership before recognizing Sweden’s entry into NATO. “First we will pave the way for Turkey to join the European Union, then we will pave the way for Sweden.”He said ahead of the NATO summit in Vilnius.

4 people were killed in an attack by Russia in the city of Orihiv. The bombing targeted a humanitarian aid center in the city in the center of the country. The regional governor described the strike “war crime”. victims “Women aged 43, 45 and 47 and a man aged 47”Yuri Malashko said on social networks.

Joe Biden on European tour. The US President arrived in London on Sunday evening. On Monday he was due to meet Charles III at Windsor Castle and then meet Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Doving Street. He is expected in Vilnius on Tuesday before flying to Finland, a historically neutral country that has joined NATO.

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