► At least two dead in a Russian strike on an apartment building in Zaporizhia
At least two people died in a strike on an apartment building in Zaporizhia, southern Ukraine, local authorities said Thursday.
“People are under the rubble. According to preliminary information, two people were killed,” Anatoly Kourtev, secretary of the city council, said on Telegram, saying that this building had been “virtually completely destroyed”.
► Blinken asks Russia to extend the grain agreement
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken demanded at a G20 meeting on Thursday that Russia renew the deal on Ukrainian grain exports, which expires this month.
“It is imperative that the G20 speaks out on behalf of extending and broadening the grain initiative to enhance food security for the most vulnerable,” Antony Blinken told foreign ministers in New Delhi. of the G20, according to a report.
► Ukraine: ongoing discussions on “future” security guarantees, according to Olaf Scholz
Germany and “other partners” are in talks with Kyiv about “future security commitments for Ukraine,” Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Thursday.
Vladimir “Is Putin ready to negotiate a return to principles and a just peace? For the moment, there is nothing to suggest this”, argued the head of government before the Bundestag, deploring that the Russian president “is rather betting on threatening gestures, such as for example recently the suspension of the New Start agreement with the States -United “.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz also called on China not to supply arms, as feared by the United States, to the “Russian aggressor” of Ukraine. “My message to Beijing is clear: use your influence in Moscow to demand the withdrawal of Russian troops! And do not supply weapons to the Russian aggressor,” the German leader told the Bundestag, the lower house of the German parliament.
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