‘Russia burns the gas it does not send to Europe’ – World

“Russia is burning the excess gas it does not export to European countries.” El Mundo reports this, citing Finnish television Yle, according to which satellite images from NASA’s fire monitoring system show the flames in the Portovaya compression station, owned by Gazprom. The NASA service shows undeclared fires near the Portovaya station since mid-June, that is, from the moment in which – the Spanish media recalls – deliveries of the Nord Stream 1 were limited.

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not go to the 77th session of the UN General Assembly in September and has no plans to participate even via video link. This was said to the Russian news agency Tass Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for the Kremlin. “No. The trip and the speech are not planned”, he specified. The Russian delegation to the UN General Assembly will be led by Foreign Minister Sergej Lavrov.

There World Bank has allocated a new aid package to Ukraine for a total of 4.5 billion dollars. This was reported by the institution in a note. The Pentagonor instead announced a new $ 1 billion arms package to Ukraine.

The Zaporizhzhia power plant. Exchange of accusations between Moscow and Kiev on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The Russia accused Ukrainian forces today of being responsible for the bombing of the largest Ukrainian and European nuclear power plant – that of Zaporizhzhia – and warned of “catastrophic consequences” for Europe. The bombing of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant site “by the Ukrainian armed forces” is “potentially extremely dangerous” and “could have catastrophic consequences for a large area, including European territory,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. Kiev, for its part, accuses the Russian army of having hit the facilities of the plant. Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said that Western countries that “have influence” on Kiev should press to avoid bombing of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The Russian news agencies Tass and Interfax report it. Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of attacks in the area of ​​the nuclear power plant.

But Kiev is not there and accuses Russia.According to Ukrainian nuclear agency Energoatom Russian forces said they were ready to blow up the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. This was stated by the press service of the company with a post on Telegram quoted by Ukrinform. According to Energoatom, the head of the Russian Federation’s radiation defense troops, Major Valeriy Vasiliev, who commands the garrison of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, declared that the plant area “will be Russian land or a burnt desert”. “As you know, we have undermined all the important structures of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant – Vasiliev told his soldiers – we do not hide it from the enemy. We have warned them. They know that the power plant will be Russian or anyone’s. We are ready to face the consequences of this step. And you, soldier-liberators must understand that we have no other way. And if there is the most severe order, we must carry it out with honor. ” “The Russians do not hide their plans and openly blackmail the whole world, claiming to have undermined the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and to be ready to blow it up”, comments Energoatom.

Guterres: ‘Stop suicide attacks on nuclear power plants’
The UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterreshe asked, at a press conference in Tokyo, to suspend all “suicidal” military operations at nuclear power plants and in particular around that of Zaporizhia, in Ukraineso that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) can access it.

“Any attack on nuclear power plants is suicidal,” he said. “I hope that these attacks will end. At the same time, I hope that the IAEA will have access to the Zaporizhzhia power plant”, the largest in Europe, the scene of bombings since last Friday which the Russian and Ukrainian belligerents have accused each other of. Guterres also fears that the events taking place in Ukraine could turn into a protracted conflict. The UN secretary general said he was “very concerned” about the possibility of a “protracted” conflict, “which is causing enormous suffering and is having a very negative impact on the global economy.” “The difficult thing about a ceasefire comes from the simple fact that” it is not possible to reconcile the positions “of Moscow and Kiev, he added.

Ship with grain arrived in Turkey The ship loaded with 12,000 tons of Polarnet grain, which left the port of Odessa on 5 August, arrived at the port of Derince in Turkey. This was announced by Anadolu. She is the first boat to reach its final destination among those that left last week to export cereals from Ukraine as part of the agreement between Ankara, Moscow, Kiev and the UN. “More ships will arrive at destination ports in the coming days. It is a positive sign for world markets and a perfect example of how the Black Sea Grain Initiative works thanks to the support of Turkey and the United Nations,” he wrote on Twitter. Ukrainian Minister for Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov commenting on the ship’s arrival in the port of Derince.

Medvedev: ‘Moscow will seek peace on its own terms’
Russia will seek peace with Ukraine but only on its terms: said the vice president of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, quoted by Tass. “Russia is conducting a special military operation in Ukraine and is trying to establish peace on its own terms, exactly on our terms, this must be said openly, and not on the terms that our former international partners, who are looking forward to it. see the military defeat of Russia, they try to impose on us, “he stressed.

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‘Russia burns the gas it does not send to Europe’ – World

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