In Euronews Today this Wednesday we open with the visit of Zelensky to the Sumi region, very close to Russia, on the occasion of the anniversary of its reconquest. While at the front the Kremlin-linked Wagner mercenary group appears to have taken over the gigantic AZOM metallurgical complex in Bakhmut. We will also offer you a report on how the depleted uranium shells which the UK said it would send along with the Challenger tanks.
By the way, the International Atomic Energy Agency headed by the director general Rafael Grossi has arrived in Zaporizhia to evaluate in situ and for the second time the safety of the Ukrainian nuclear power plant. The director general previously met with President Zelenski these days. In the convoy are technicians who will remain for the next two months in the facilities occupied by Russia and who will replace their colleagues who are in the complex.
Besides We will be in Berlin for the visit of King Charles III of England. It is the monarch’s first visit to Europe after the previously scheduled visit to France had to be canceled due to general strikes. By the way, we’ve been in the mobilizations against the pension reform with our correspondent Anelise Borges. And we continue in Israel where the government has already begun negotiations with the opposition after postponing the judicial reform.
In the Nocomment of the day you will see how displaced Muslims in the Republic of Congo celebrate Ramadan.