October 1, 2022

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The European Union is preparing a new financial aid package of 5 billion euros

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2:10 p.m : “Do you think a leader like Vladimir Putin would say that if Europe’s sanctions on Russia hurt Russia more? He’s calling on the West to stop sanctions on the grounds that they won’t work. They’ll weigh more on Europe than encourage Russia to think they’re effective.”

During his weekly press conference, Olivier Véran responded to Vladimir Putin, who considers sanctions against his country ineffective.

1:17 p.m : Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, proposed this afternoon that the EU should provide five billion euros in financial aid to deal with the consequences of the war in Ukraine. This is the second tranche of the maximum nine billion package for 2022 proposed on May 18.

12:18 p.m : Yesterday, the IAEA released its long-awaited report on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. France info This article summarizes what to keep in mind.

(Dmytro Smolyenko/NurPhoto/AFP)

12:10 p.m : It’s a little after noon, and here’s an update on the top news headlines:

Thirteen departments from Ain to Bouches-du-Rhône are under orange warning for thunderstorms.. It rained heavily last night at Nîmes in Cort. Follow our life.

Former UDI MP Jean-Christophe Lagardehas been Alexis Corbière and Raquel Garrido were taken into police custody on false charges.

The Executive Committee presents it to the Cabinet this morning Unemployment Insurance Reform. “When things are going well, the rules should be more encouraging”Defends the Labor Minister.

• Russia asks “Clarifications” to the IAEA after publication Its report on the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “LThere are many question marks in the report.”According to the head of Russian diplomacy. Follow our life.

11:38 : Vladimir Putin has warned that Russia will no longer supply oil or gas to countries that control the price of hydrocarbons sold by Moscow. The warning comes as Westerners have engaged in such activity.

11:09 : Fighting continues at Zaporizhia nuclear power plant despite Russia running out of weapons. According to US intelligence, Moscow is trying to rearm itself by turning to North Korea.▶️ #JT20H https://t.co/2cyy6FxE1v

11:09 : Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine, but Russia is running out of weapons. In search of military equipment, Moscow will turn to North Korea, Iran or Syria, according to reports.

10:40 am : Head of Ukrainian nuclear operator says he supports sending UN blue helmets to its nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, says the head of public operator Energoatom. “Deployment of Peacekeeping Force and Evacuation of the Russian Army on the Ways to Create a Safe Zone at the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant”Pedro Godin said the day after the IAEA report was released.

09:59 : “I will consult the Turkish president”Who sponsored it? Agreement to stop the export of Ukrainian and Russian grain in Istanbul, added Vladimir Putin. The deal, signed in July, has allowed Ukrainian grain exports to resume, but Russia has been complaining for weeks about restrictions on its own food exports due to Western sanctions.

09:56 : Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian grain exports go mainly to European countries and “Not for developing countries and poor countries. This will be dangerous “Humanitarian Disaster”Promotes the Russian president.

09:28 : Threat of new strikes Zaporijjia nuclear power plant raises fears of danger “Radioactive Releases”franceinfo Karine Herviou points out, member of the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety. The plant has a certain strength, but it is not designed to cope with this kind of blast“, she adds.

09:13 : Vladimir Putin also appreciated “Increasing Stock” He portrayed the Asia-Pacific region in world affairs as declining in contrast to the West.

09:11 : He is one “Impossible” For western countries“Isolate” Russia, says Vladimir Putin. During an economic forum in Vladivostok, the Russian president announced economic sanctions against his country. “Threat to the Whole World”.

09:09 : A little after 9 am, we count down the morning’s top topics:

Eleven departments from Ain to Herald are still on orange warning for storms. It rained heavily last night at Nîmes in Cort. Follow our life.

The Executive Committee presents it to the Cabinet this morning Unemployment Insurance Reform. “When things are going well, the rules should be more encouraging”, said the Labor Minister.

• Russia asks “Clarifications” to the IAEA after publication Its report on the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “LThere are many question marks in the report.”According to the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov.

• The door to the US Open semifinals is open for Caroline Garcia. The French clearly dominated the night over American Coco Gough (6-3, 6-4). He will try to reach the final tomorrow against Tunisia’s Anse Jabour.

08:08 : Russia asks “Clarifications” to the IAEA after publication Its report on the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “LThere are many question marks in the report.”The head of Russian diplomacy, Sergei Lavrov, said.

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