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Вице-канцлер ФРГ заявил, что стал меньше мыться ради экономии энергоресурсов

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"Я придерживаюсь того, что рекомендует мое министерство. Я значительно сократил время принятия душа", - отметил Хабек.
Кроме того, глава Минэкономики ФРГ подчеркнул, что возвращается домой поздно, встает в шесть утра и уходит с работы в семь.
"Зимой вообще не надо топить. Это действительно что-то другое для людей, работающих удаленно, пенсионеров с маленькими пенсиями, семей", - констатировал он.
В свою очередь канцлер Германии Олаф Шольц, комментируя рекомендацию для всех жителей ФРГ сократить время принятия душа, заявил следующее: "Я думаю, что министр хотел высказаться по этому вопросу только от своего имени, а не указывать другим, что делать"
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"Утеплять дома, покупать буржуйки". Почему украинцев пугают "сверхсложной зимой" и что будет с отоплением

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В Украине готовят "белый список" для российских артистов, осудивших вторжение России


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В харьковском университете им. Каразина убрали кафедру русского языка и литературы
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"На базе кафедр русского языка и истории русской литературы с привлечением преподавателей польского языка и польской литературы была создана новая кафедра славянской филологии", - сообщили в вузе.
Там объяснили реорганизацию кафедр "оптимизацией учебного процесса".
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Украина отказалась участвовать в турнирах Международной федерации дзюдо из-за допуска к ним россиян

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Организаторы варшавского ЛГБТ-прайда запретили россиянам участие в мероприятии с символикой


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UEFA blocks Sheriff hosting European games in Transnistria
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NYON, Switzerland (AP) — The fallout for soccer from Russia’s war on Ukraine saw UEFA block Sheriff Tiraspol on Friday from hosting European competition games in its breakaway home region in Moldova.
Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Shakhtar Donetsk went to play Champions League games last season at the tiny Sheriff Stadium in Transnistria that borders Ukraine.
But the club which has strong business and political ties to Russia cannot host Bosnian champion Zrinjski at its home on July 13 for a second-leg game in the first qualifying round of the next Champions League.
“In light of the large-scale military escalation resulting in the invasion of the Ukrainian territory by the Russian army, the UEFA executive committee has today decided that no UEFA competition match shall be played in the region of Transnistria, in Moldova, until further notice,” the European soccer body said.
Tiraspol is also about 90 kilometers (55 miles) from the Ukrainian city of Odesa, which is a regular target of Russian missiles.
“The decision is based on considerations and the conclusions consistently drawn by agencies specialized in international political and strategic analysis,” UEFA said.
Sheriff, which has won the Moldovan league in 20 of the past 22 seasons, could choose to play games in the nation’s capital city Chisinau.
If Sheriff eliminates Zrinjski, the next opponent in July will be Shakhtyor Soligorsk of Belarus or Slovenian champion Maribor.
Shakhtyor is playing its home games in neutral Turkey because of a separate UEFA ruling in March that national and club teams from Russia’s military ally Belarus cannot host games in European competitions.
The loser between Sheriff and Zrinjski continues playing in the qualifying rounds of the third-tier Europa Conference League.


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‘The country would be better off’: senior Tories urge Boris Johnson to quit
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Conservative grandees are urging Boris Johnson to quit after a historic double byelection defeat, as rebellious MPs began plotting new ways to oust him.
The former Conservative leader Michael Howard was among those who demanded the prime minister stand down after the losses in Tiverton and Honiton and Wakefield which prompted the immediate resignation of the party’s co-chair, Oliver Dowden.
In his pointed resignation letter, widely regarded as a call to others to act, Dowden told the prime minister: “We cannot carry on with business as usual. Someone must take responsibility.”
Johnson’s critics are hoping to secure a majority on the executive of the influential 1922 Committee of Tory backbenchers, in the hope they can change the party’s rules to allow a fresh confidence vote without waiting for a year.
As the scale of the twin defeats sunk in – both with worse-than-expected swings against the Conservatives – a string of senior Tories added their voices to those calling for Johnson to go. Asked whether the prime minister should quit, Howard said: “I do”.
“The party and more importantly the country would be better off under new leadership,” he added. “Members of the cabinet should very carefully consider their positions. It may be necessary for the executive of the 1922 Committee to meet and to decide to change the rules so another leadership election could take place.”
Former foreign secretary Malcolm Rifkind suggested discontented ministers could act together to persuade Johnson to step aside.
“I think it is hugely in the public interest that preferably the prime minister seeks their views. If he’s not willing to see their views, because you might be rather worried of what they might say to him, then they must, at least in some number, come together and go and see him,” he said.
Johnson struck a defensive tone at a press conference in the Rwandan capital of Kigali, where he is attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government summit, refusing to admit anything about his own behaviour was to blame for the byelection calamities.
“I genuinely, genuinely don’t think the way forward in British politics is to focus on issues of personalities whether they are mine or others,” he said. “No doubt people will continue to beat me up and say this or that and to attack me.”
He added: “In the end, voters, journalists, they have no one else to make their complaints to. I have to take that. But I also have to get on with the job of delivering for the people of this country and that’s what I was elected to do.”
The prime minister is not due to return to the UK until Thursday evening, after attending a G7 summit in Germany and a Nato meeting in Spain.
Keir Starmer claimed the Tory party was “absolutely imploding” after Labour won Wakefield with a 12.7% swing – enough to secure a majority government if replicated nationwide.
In Tiverton and Honiton, the 24,239 Tory majority the Liberal Democrats swept aside was the largest ever overturned in a byelection. “Boris Johnson has deceived the British people and taken them for granted for far too long,” said the Lib Dem leader, Ed Davey, at a victory rally.
“He has lost the confidence of his own party. He has lost the confidence of the people of Tiverton and Honiton – a seat his party has held for more than 100 years. And he has lost the confidence of the country,” he added.
Andrew RT Davies, the Conservative leader in Wales, also broke ranks to criticise the prime minister for the first time, telling BBC Radio Wales: “Each and every day the prime minister gets up, like any leader, they have to look in the mirror and ask themselves can they continue to deliver for their country and for the people who have put them into office?”
Andrew Bridgen, one of Johnson’s most persistent Tory critics, told the Guardian he would be putting himself up for election to the 1922 executive on a specific platform of changing the rules to allow another vote of confidence. More than 40% of Johnson’s MPs voted against him earlier this month, but another challenge is usually not allowed for a year.
Bridgen said the 1922 election could be regarded as a “stalking horse” bid to change the prime minister. “The 1922 is a vote of the party. If the places are filled with people who are pro-rule change, a sensible person in No 10 might think the game is up,” he said.
Former Brexit minister Steve Baker echoed the call for Johnson’s cabinet to act. “Like so many backbench MPs, I am looking to the cabinet for leadership, especially from those who aspire to be seen to provide it,” he said.
Another senior party figure who has until now supported Johnson told the Guardian: “It wouldn’t do him any harm if he wanted to look in the mirror. He needs to ask himself, ‘have I got the stomach for this, and am I going to be able to do this. Is it me?’”
Most of the cabinet remained silent through Friday. The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, tweeted: “We all take responsibility for the results and I’m determined to continue working to tackle the cost of living.”
A Conservative party source dismissed claims that cabinet members had been slow to offer support as “barrel-scraping” – and that Johnson had spoken to his health secretary, Sajid Javid, and others.
“He has spoken to Saj, [Stephen] Barclay and others. [Dominic] Raab and Priti [Patel] were on the media before nine,” the source said.


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Is the State Department Trolling Henry Kissinger?
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When the State Department hosts a gathering next week to dedicate a conference room to the memory of Archer K. Blood, the official man of the hour will be the late American diplomat who in 1971 protested a U.S. ally’s shockingly bloody crackdown in what was then East Pakistan. But another name will likely linger, unspoken: Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of State most associated with America’s support for what many scholars now understand as a genocide.
It’s not hard to interpret the honor as an implicit slap at the 99-year-old master of realpolitik, delivered in the Foggy Bottom building that Kissinger used to rule — and where Blood saw his career derailed for protesting his policy.
Not that it’s being billed that way. To the department, it’s all about celebrating an individual’s heroism, not sticking it to his stateside antagonist. “Fifty years later we think back to the values that were required at that point and hope that we continue to hold those values as part of our own professional ethics,” says Kelly Keiderling, a deputy assistant secretary in the South and Central Asian Bureau, which is organizing the commemoration. No institutional rebuke of Kissinger — or broader post-Trump embrace of civil servant dissent — is intended.
In fact, Blood’s story offers a lot to admire, with or without a malevolent Kissinger cameo. But its central conflict involves a run-in with the White House over democratic values, national interests and the duties of federal employees — a clash that seems all too politically relevant today, however apolitical the intent may be.
A career Foreign Service officer, Blood spent 1970 and 1971 as the U.S. consul in Dhaka, now the capital of Bangladesh but then the major city in Pakistan’s impoverished, restive eastern wing. The posting in the isolated, military-ruled province made Blood the senior American witness to one of the worst humanitarian crises of the twentieth century, a campaign against separatists that erupted into a mass-murder of students, intellectuals and the local Hindu minority. Ten million refugees fled to neighboring India.
“A reign of terror,” Blood reported in a cable back to Washington soon after Pakistan’s launch of “Operation Searchlight.” “Thousands were slaughtered, innocent along with allegedly guilty.” In another cable, he called it “selective genocide.”
The problem for Blood was that Washington didn’t want to hear it. As far as Richard Nixon’s administration was concerned, Pakistan was a crucial cold war partner and the staffers calling attention to the violence were an unwelcome complication. Nixon and Kissinger had their reasons: That same deadly Pakistani regime was facilitating Kissinger’s secret outreach to China; the Bengalis’ supporters, meanwhile, included the Soviet Union and India, a Moscow-friendly government the administration loathed. (White House tapes captured Nixon deriding Indians in racist terms.)
Kissinger, then the national security adviser, argued against even asking the Pakistanis to avoid violence, according to meeting notes from the time. To officers stationed in violence-haunted Dhaka, conveying reports of friends massacred, it was an excruciating policy to abide by.
Two weeks into the crackdown, young colleagues from the consulate used the department’s newly established “dissent channel,” designed to let diplomats register their disapproval of American policy without being punished for it. Blood endorsed and joined the cable. The document “was probably the most blistering denunciation of U.S. foreign policy ever sent by its own diplomats,” in the words of Gary J. Bass, a Princeton professor and former journalist who wrote an award-winning book about Blood.
“Our government has failed to denounce the suppression of democracy,” the telegram reads. “Our government has failed to denounce atrocities. Our government has failed to take forceful measures to protect its own citizens while at the same time bending over backwards to placate the [West Pakistani] dominated government and to lessen likely and deservedly negative international public relations impact against them. Our government has evidenced what many will consider moral bankruptcy. ... Private Americans have expressed disgust. We, as professional public servants, express our dissent with the current policy and fervently hope that our true and lasting interests here can be defined and our policies redirected in order to salvage our nation’s position as a moral leader of the free world.”
The cable did not alter American policy. But in Washington, and particularly within the culture of the State Department, what became known as the Blood Telegram had a profound effect, one that continues to reverberate. The classified cable leaked, to the administration’s chagrin. Nine employees in Washington signed a memo endorsing its content. (Full disclosure: One of them was my late father.) Beyond the specifics of the Pakistan crisis, it’s easy to see why this first use of the dissent channel drew admiration: At a time when officials were delivering glowing reports about imminent victory in Vietnam, the spectacle of staffers speaking unwelcome truth to power appeared downright heroic.
A half-century later, it doesn’t take a leadership coach to understand why an organization might want to celebrate that sort of legacy. The five decades since the Blood Telegram have featured no shortage of imbroglios that might have been avoided by listening to folks on the ground, far from the group-think.
Of course, it didn’t play out that way at the time. The telegram enraged administration higher-ups. In a tape-recorded Oval Office conversation with Nixon, Kissinger called Blood “this maniac in Dhaka.” In short order, Blood was recalled to Washington, sacked. Once a rising star, he was consigned to an HR job. A critical annual evaluation accused him of whipping up underlings in an anti-Pakistan frenzy. Pressured by his bosses to stay out of sight, he rode out Kissinger’s secretary of State tenure seconded to the Army War College, not taking another overseas post until after Kissinger had departed. He never became an ambassador.

The story doesn’t end there, though — for Blood or for Kissinger.
Blood was an obscure figure when he retired, but thanks in part to Bass’ book has since become a hero of sorts, the straight-laced career man who told the truth. “An honorable, highly professional, extremely talented Foreign Service officer who did his professional and his moral duty when it was personally dangerous and professionally dangerous,” Bass says. “He’s exactly the sort of person who you want working for the United States government.” When he died in Colorado in 2004, the government of now-independent Bangladesh sent representatives to his funeral.
Kissinger, meanwhile, remains one of the most famous figures in America, but the makeup of his admirers has changed, for reasons relevant to the Blood story. Always loathed on the left, in the past couple decades he fell out of favor on the right, too, first as Republicans embraced democracy-promotion during the George W. Bush era. (Ironically, when Bush’s moralistic neocons were riding high, the Foreign Service — Blood’s home — was derided for allegedly preferring a more cold-blooded, Kissingerian approach.) The GOP swung in a radically different direction during the Trump years, but Kissinger the globetrotting advocate of alliances, balance-of-power and global order was never going to be an idol for the America First set.
“The Biden administration, including Tony, is consulting him regularly,” says Martin Indyk, a former two-time U.S. ambassador under Bill Clinton, Middle East envoy under Barack Obama, and author of a well-reviewed recent book on Kissinger, referring to Secretary of State Antony Blinken. “It’s one of the ironies of his arc that these days he’s more appreciated by liberals than by conservatives (including me!).”
I reached out to Kissinger to ask how he felt about the State Department naming a room for the man he’d called a “maniac.” In an email sent via a spokesperson, the former Secretary of State said he didn’t think it was inappropriate. “It is appropriate for the State Department to honor a Foreign Service Officer who protested in pursuit of his conception of duty,” he wrote. But is it a slap at his own tenure? Unlikely. “If the purpose was an institutionalized criticism of a preceding Secretary of State, it would be unprecedented.”
The email from Kissinger’s spokesperson also said that “you might also note that his protest did not impede Mr. Blood’s career during Dr. Kissinger’s remaining five years in office,” a claim that Bass scoffs at: “He can try and deny stuff decades later, but the facts of what he did are frozen on the tapes.”
Washington may be officially elevating Blood to its pantheon, but it’s not clear that things are any easier today for employees who stand on principle. Perhaps the most famous example since Blood, former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, also lost her post after running afoul of an administration — in her case, being accused of undermining an effort to get Ukraine to dig up dirt on Donald Trump’s political rival Joe Biden. Yovanovitch testified at the hearings ahead of Trump’s first impeachment, a much more public forum than a dissent-channel cable. But she, too, wound up out of a job. Six days before Trump’s acquittal, she announced her retirement.


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США против досмотра Россией украинских судов, которые будут вывозить продовольствие из одесского порта
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"Что касается Одессы. Единственное, что мешает вывозу украинского зерна - это российская блокада порта. Украинцы, делая что-либо, что позволит их судам выйти из порта, должны быть уверены, что РФ не воспользуется этим, что это не позволит российским кораблям атаковать Одессу. По какому праву и на основании какой логики Россия настаивает на досмотре украинских суверенных судов, выходящих из украинских портов и отправляющихся в другие страны? Это не имеет никакого смысла", - считает руководитель Госдепа.
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Войска России не могут нацелиться на западное оружие, поступающее в Украину - Sky News

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Войска РФ пытаются уничтожить западное оружие, поступающее в Украину, но не могут нацелиться на него.
Об этом сообщает Sky News со ссылкой на представителя министерства обороны США.
Чиновник сказал, что оружие, в том числе системы большой дальности, въезжало в Украину, не будучи остановленным российскими ракетами.
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Biden accidentally reveals ‘embarrassing’ cheat notes to himself

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Joe Biden accidentally flashed a cheat sheet prepared by his staff that included specific directions for him stating, “YOU take YOUR seat”, “YOU give brief comments”, and “YOU depart”, among others.
Images of the 79-year-old US president’s notes were snapped by photographers after Mr Biden held the sheet backward while addressing a meeting with wind industry executives on Thursday.
Titled “Offshore Wind Drop-By Sequence of Events”, the document tells the president to “enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants.”
The paper says, “YOU take YOUR seat.”
It includes a note “Press arrives” followed by “YOU give brief comments (2 minutes).”
It then says “Press departs” followed by “YOU ask Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO, a question.”
The note adds: “Liz is joining virtually”.
It subsequently says “YOU thank participants” and “YOU depart.”
Earlier in March, Mr Biden was spotted carrying a cheat sheet containing talking points related to his comments on Russian president Vladimir Putin.
He was also spotted holding a cheat sheet during his first press conference as president last year that included headshots of journalists present there who he planned to call on. It also included stats about the infrastructure bill.
Photographs of the cheat sheet at Thursday’s meeting were widely shared by Republicans and conservatives on social media who have often questioned Mr Biden’s mental fitness and mocked his usage of such cheat sheets.
“HOLY SHEET! Biden’s Presidential Cheat Sheet Leaks Online, Reminds Him to Sit Down,” tweeted Fox News host Sean Hannity.

A poll by ABC News/The Washington Post released on the eve of Mr Biden’s state of union address in February found 54 per cent of Americans believed he did not have the “mental sharpness it takes to serve effectively as president”.
In the same month, 38 Republicans demanded Mr Biden take a cognitive test and share his results with the public, writing in a letter to the president they were “worried about your cognitive and mental abilities”.
Mr Biden’s approval ratings are at an all-time low, according to a Yahoo! News/YouGov poll that said a whopping 56 per cent of respondents either somewhat or strongly disapproved of Mr Biden’s performance in office.
The survey comes at a time when there are fewer than five months remaining until the November midterm elections.


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Президент Литвы заявил, что республика не согласится ни на какие уступки России в вопросе транзита подпавших под санкции товаров в Калининградскую область.

У себя в соцсетях Гитанас Науседа написал, что его страна «должна и будет» применять введённые ЕС ограничения.
«Ни о каких коридорах, как и об уступках России в ответ на угрозы Кремля, не может быть и речи», — добавил он.
Ранее литовский европарламентарий Пятрас Ауштрявичюс сообщил, что ЕК может разрешить перевозить санкционные товары в Калининградскую область из других регионов России через территорию ЕС.
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ЕК может разрешить перевозить санкционные товары в Калининградскую область из других регионов России через территорию ЕС.
Об этом заявил литовский европарламентарий Пятрас Ауштрявичюс. По его словам, соответствующий документ будет опубликован на следующей неделе.
Как отметил политик, в Еврокомиссии обсудили, стоит ли Литве сохранять введённый запрет на транзит грузов «из России в Россию», введённый 18 июня.
Он добавил, что большинство поддержало это решение, но представитель одного государства предложил пересмотреть положение о санкциях. Какой именно страны — не уточняется.


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Лукашенко заявил Путину, что изоляция Литвой Калининграда - фактически объявление войны.

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Еврокомиссия хочет снова разрешить транзит товаров в Калининград - депутат Европарламента от Литвы


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Молдавия, даже не вступив в Евросоюз, готова присоединиться к санкциям против России, но и ответ от Москвы не заставит себя ждать, заявил ТАСС зампред Совбеза РФ Дмитрий Медведев.

"Пытаясь угодить своим новым хозяевам, не будучи в ЕС, готовы присоединиться к европейским санкциям против нашей страны. Ну что ж. Пусть попробуют. Тогда они могут быть уверены на 100% в том, что не получат от нас не только "дорогих" энергетических и других ресурсов, а вообще никаких. Пусть насладятся санкциями, еще не попав в ЕС", - предупредил Медведев.


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РФ впервые обстреляла Украину истребителями с территории Беларуси, пытаясь втянуть Минск в войну - разведка

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"Российские бомбардировщики работали непосредственно с территории Беларуси. Для этого было задействовано шесть самолетов Ту-22М3, выполнивших пуски 12 крылатых ракет Х-22. Рубеж пуска – район города Петриков, недалеко от Мозыря, ориентировочно в 50-60 километрах от государственной границы Украины. Бомбардировщики взлетали из аэропорта "Шайковка" Калужской области РФ. Далее через территорию Калужской и Смоленской областей входили в воздушное пространство Беларуси. После пуска ракет возвращались в аэропорт "Шайковка" на территории РФ. Удар наносился по Киевской, Черниговской, Сумской областям", — сообщило ГУР.
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Там отметили, что расчеты ЗРК "Тор-М2" на полигоне в Калининградской области выполнили поиск, обнаружение и уничтожение "электронными пусками" более 20 воздушных целей, имитировавших беспилотники, самолеты и вертолеты противника.


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Отмечается, что команда Джонсона работает над одним из планов по повышению его популярности. Его смысл заключается в том, чтобы предложить Зеленскому полноценный государственный визит в Британию, включая аудиенцию с королевой Елизаветой II.
Визит должен совпасть с участием в конференции Консервативной партии в Бирмингеме в октябре.
Источник издания на Даунинг-стрит сообщает, что CCHQ (штаб-квартира консервативной кампании) нравится эта идея.
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Boris Johnson says he fears Ukraine will be coerced to make a 'bad peace'
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KIGALI, June 25 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday that he feared Ukraine could face pressure to agree a peace deal with Russia that was not in its interests, due to the economic consequences of the war in Europe.
"Too many countries are saying this is a European war that is unnecessary ... and so the pressure will grow to encourage - coerce, maybe - the Ukrainians to a bad peace," he told broadcasters in the Rwandan capital Kigali, where he is attending a Commonwealth summit.
Johnson said the consequences of Russian President Vladimir Putin being able to get his way in Ukraine would be dangerous to international security and "a long-term economic disaster".


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"Если бы так сложилось, что я вынужден был отказаться от украинского кейса, потому, что это стало бы слишком сложным, и цена поддержки этих людей (украинцев - Ред.) стала бы чересчур большой на фоне инфляции, экономического вреда - тогда мне пришлось бы признать, что я потерял очень важный аргумент, и я бы ушел", - сказал Джонсон.
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Германия выделила Украине грант на миллиард евро по линии МВФ
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Соответствующее соглашение подписали главы Минфина двух стран Сергей Марченко и Кристиан Линднер.
"Мы надеемся получить деньги уже в ближайшее время. Этот грант чрезвычайно весомый вклад для поддержки нашего государства в это непростое время. Мы высоко ценим помощь от правительства Федеративной Республики Германия", - заявил при подписании Марченко.
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К концу года боевые действия на территории Украины могут свестись практически до нуля. Такой прогноз в интервью ITV сделал начальник Главного управления разведки Минобороны Украины Кирилл Буданов.
По его мнению, решающий момент в войне произойдет в августе, когда произойдут "определенные события", которые продемонстрируют всему миру, что начинается перелом.
В итоге, по словам Буданова, Украина вернется к границам 1991 года (и других сценариев никто не рассматривает). "Мы возобновим контроль над своими территориями уже в обозримом будущем", - прогнозирует Буданов.
Буданов подчеркивает, что Украина, несмотря на постепенное отступление на восточном направлении, которое он назвал "тактическим", добивается успехов в других регионах, в частности, Херсонской области.
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Предстоятель РПЦ заявил, что просто поскользнулся, без каких-либо последствий.
"То, что я сегодня упал - ничего не значит. Просто пол прекрасный, в него смотреться можно, такой он блестящий и гладкий. Но, когда на него падает вода, даже святая, работают законы физики", - сказал патриарх.


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Boris Johnson: West can't let Putin get away with murder
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“America is a shining city on the hill for me,” he said emphatically, “and it will continue to be so.”
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Russia on brink of default as debt deadline looms
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Russia is on the brink of its first debt default since 1998 as the Sunday deadline to make a $100m interest payment seems certain to be missed.

Russia has the money and is willing to pay, but sanctions make it impossible to get the payments to international creditors.
The Kremlin has been determined to avoid a first default since 1998, and a major blow to the nation's prestige.
The Russian finance minister branded the situation "a farce".
Russia has seemed on an inevitable path to default since sanctions were first imposed by the US and EU following the invasion of Ukraine.
These restricted the country's access to the international banking networks which would process payments from Russia to investors around the world.
The Russian government has said it wants to make all of its payments on time, and so far it has succeeded.About $40bn of Russia's debts are denominated in dollars or euros, with around half held outside the country.
A default would be the first since 1998, at the chaotic end of Boris Yeltsin's regime.
The $100m interest payment was due on 27 May. Russia says the money was sent to Euroclear, a bank which would then distribute the payment to investors.
But that payment has been stuck there, according to Bloomberg News, and creditors have not received it.
"They have not got it," says Jay Auslander, a US lawyer who has worked on many government debt cases. "And the overwhelming probability is they're not going to get it."If this money has not arrived within 30 days of the due date, that is, Sunday evening, that will widely be considered a default.
Euroclear wouldn't say if the payment had been blocked, but said it adheres to all sanctions.

Default appears inevitable
Default seemed inevitable when the US Treasury decided not to renew the special exemption in sanctions rules allowing investors to receive interest payments from Russia, which expired on 25 May.
The Kremlin now appears to have accepted this inevitability too, decreeing on 23 June stating that all future debt payments would be made in roubles through a Russian bank, the National Settlements Depository, even when contracts state they should be in dollars or other international currencies.
Finance Minister Anton Siluanov admitted foreign investors would "not be able to receive" the payments according to the RIA Novosti news agency.
This was for two reasons, he said. "The first is that foreign infrastructure - correspondent banks, settlement and clearing systems, depositories - ares prohibited from conducting any operations related to Russia. The second is that foreign investors are expressly prohibited from receiving payments from us."
Because Russia wants to pay and has plenty of money to do it, he denied that this amounts to a genuine default, which usually occur when governments refuse to pay, or their economies are so weak that they cannot find the money.
"Everyone in the know understands that this is not a default at all," RIA Novosti quoted him. "This whole situation looks like a farce."
It's not clear how a default would be officially declared.
The credit ratings agencies, which assess the creditworthiness of borrowers, would normally play the role of officially declaring a default, but they are banned from covering Russia by EU sanctions.
And the Credit Derivatives Determinations Committee, which determines whether payments have been missed and investors can claim on insurance-like contracts called Credit Default Swaps, has already ruled that Russia failed to pay, after it didn't pay around $2m interest due on a late payment in May.
Alternatively, the creditors themselves could declare a default, and request that Russia pays the entire value of the debts back right away. Other creditors to Russia could also claim immediate repayments on their debts, under so-called cross-default provisions, Mr Auslander says.
If Russia fails to pay, they could go to court to try to get their money.
Though default would be a symbolic blow, it would have few immediate practical consequences for Russia.
Defaulting nations usually find it impossible to borrow any more money, but Russia is already effectively barred from borrowing in Western markets by sanctions.
In any case, it is reportedly earning around a billion dollars a day from fossil fuel exports, and Siluanov said in April the country has no plans to borrow more.
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Россия находится "в нескольких часах" от дефолта — Bloomberg
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Речь идет о выплате около 100 миллионов долларов по гособлигациям.
Льготный срок для этого платежа заканчивается в воскресенье, 26 июня, но осуществить его мешают санкции.
Российский Минфин готов расплатиться с инвесторами в рублях, но это неприемлемо для Запада.
Москва называет эту ситуацию "созданием искусственных преград". И, судя по всему, собирается платить в рублях, указ о чем уже подписал Путин.
Для России это станет первым дефолтом по внешнему долгу за последние сто лет - со времен, когда пришедшие к власти большевики в 1918 году отказались выплачивать долги Российской империи.
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Ukraine war: UK joins ban on imports of Russian gold

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The UK, US, Canada and Japan will ban imports of Russian gold in an effort to hit Moscow's ability to fund the war in Ukraine.

The UK said the measure would "strike at the heart of Putin's war machine".
Gold exports were worth £12.6bn ($15.4bn) to Russia in 2021, and the UK says their importance has increased since the invasion as oligarchs rush to buy bullion to avoid sanctions.
It comes as the G7 group of the world's richest nations meet in Germany.
US President Biden suggested the other G7 nations - Germany, France and Italy - would also join the ban.
"Together, the G7 will announce that we will ban the import of Russian gold, a major export that rakes in tens of billions of dollars for Russia," he said in a tweet.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson added: "We need to starve the Putin regime of its funding. The UK and our allies are doing just that."
With London a major global trading hub for gold, the UK government said the move would have a huge impact on President Putin's ability to raise funds.
Since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, Western countries have introduced a range of sanctions targeting wealthy individuals, banks, businesses and state-owned enterprises.
The US, European Union, UK and other countries have sanctioned more than 1,000 Russian individuals and businesses so far.
The latest measure will mean UK import restrictions will apply to Russian exports worth around £13.5bn.
The UK said the gold import ban would come into force shortly, with legislation introduced in Parliament in the coming weeks.
It will apply to newly mined or refined gold, and does not impact gold previously exported from Russia.
There are no plans to extend restrictions to Russian gold purchased legitimately before the import ban was put in place.
Discussions at the G7 summit in Bavaria are expected to focus on the international response to the war in Ukraine, as well as soaring prices and the global food crisis.


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В Каховке совершено покушение на "чиновницу" оккупантов
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В Каховке Херсонской области взорвали автомобиль Ирины Махневой, которая при российской "администрации" занималась вопросами образования и культуры.
Махнева не пострадала, поскольку сесть в машину не успела, передают российские СМИ.
Отметим, что такие покушения происходят не в первый раз и не только в Херсонской области. Недавно в оккупированном Энергодаре была совершена попытка убийства Андрея Шевчика - "главы военной администрации", назначенного оккупантами.
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Russia has launched airstrikes on the Ukraine capital Kyiv in a ‘symbolic’ attack as the G7 summit begins.
Ukraine officials said 14 missiles were launched against the capital and the region on Sunday morning.
Ukraine’s police chief, Ihor Klymenko, said on national television that five people had been wounded, and police later said one person was killed in the airstrikes. Before Sunday’s early morning attack, Kyiv had not faced any such Russian airstrikes since June 5.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko told journalists that he believed “it is maybe a symbolic attack” ahead of this week’s NATO summit in Madrid.
It comes as Boris Johnson urged EU leaders to boost their military support for Ukraine, amid concerns a ‘bad peace’ could be agreed due to fatigure over the now five-month war.
And Russian president Vladimir Putin has ramped up the international tensions further by promising to arm its ally Belarus with nuclear-capable Iskander-M missile systems on Ukraine’s border.
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The Russian war against Ukraine will inevitably dominate the summit of G7 nations in Bavaria.
And the leaders of the US, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Canada and Japan face a difficult challenge.
They are aiming to put on a show of unity and resolve over the war. In recent months, the Western alliance has shown signs of strain and fatigue.
Some voices - particularly in France, Germany and Italy - have asked if it might not be better for the war to end, even if it came at the cost of Ukraine having to cede territory. A recent cross-Europe opinion poll suggested some voters put solving the cost-of-living crisis ahead of punishing Russia.
Others argue about the need to salvage some kind of relationship with Russia in the future.
Countries like the UK, Poland and the three Baltic States have been resisting these arguments, saying that any peace deal with Moscow that is not on Ukraine's terms would lead to further Russian aggression in the future. President Zelensky is likely to reinforce this argument when he addresses the summit virtually on Monday.
So the G7 leaders are expected to try to use the summit to clear these muddy waters, promising more weapons to Ukraine and more sanctions against Russia. The idea will be to send a signal to Russian President Vladimir Putin that the West has the strategic patience to maintain its support for Ukraine, even if it faces domestic political pressure at home from voters concerned about rising prices.
The problem for G7 leaders is they also face growing pressure to show they are tackling the global economic crisis. The soaring price of fuel and food is causing hunger and unrest across the world. And some countries are pointing the finger at the West.
Many countries in the global south do not share Western concerns about Russian aggression. They see the conflict as a European war and seem unmoved by Western arguments that Vladimir Putin is acting as a colonial aggressor. And they blame Western sanctions - as much as Russia's invasion - for the rising costs of gas and oil, and the massive shortage of wheat and fertiliser.
To try to resist this narrative, G7 countries are expected to use the summit to show they are acting to help countries round the world - with development aid, debt restructuring, climate finance, help finding alternative sources of energy and, of course, fresh efforts to get grain out of Ukraine's ports. That is why German has invited the leaders of India, Indonesia, Senegal, Argentina and South Africa to the summit, to hear their perspective and show the rest of the world the G7 is listening.
So on the one hand, these Western leaders must show resolve to keep backing Ukraine, and on the other, they must show a readiness to fix the global economic shocks that some blame, in part, on the war.
One senior US official described the dilemma thus: "How do we maximise pain on Putin's regime? How do we minimise spillbacks back to the rest of the world?"
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Более 20 тыс. иностранцев воюют на стороне Украины против России, - сообщил в воскресенье телеканал Би-би-си. Иностранные добровольцы прибыли из более чем 50 стран. Они воюют на Украине по официальным контрактам в составе Международного легиона, входящего в состав Вооруженных Сил Украины. Командные функции в подразделении выполняют украинцы.
Би-би-си подчеркивает, что, несмотря на то, что ходе боев с российской армией иностранные подразделения несут потери, в их ряды продолжают поступать новые добровольцы. Иностранные военнослужащие руководствуются разными мотивами. «Это не просто борьба за Украину, это также борьба за Тайвань. Я приехал сюда сражаться за независимость и мир», - сказал Би-би-си один из добровольцев. Телеканал сообщает, что в боях на Украине погибли два британских солдата. Еще один гражданин Соединенного королевства попал в плен в Мариуполе и приговорен судом одной из самозванных народных республик к смертной казни.


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Резников объяснил Западу, что для безопасности нужно демилитаризировать европейскую часть России
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Резников объяснил, что последние ракетные удары по украинским городам россияне совершали с акваторий Каспийского и Черного морей, а также в воздушном пространстве Беларуси, притворяющейся будто бы не стороной военного конфликта. По его словам, это стратегическая угроза безопасности всего Европейского континента.
Поэтому быстрым ответом западных партнеров должно стать предоставление Украине современных систем противовоздушной и противоракетной обороны. По мнению Резникова, это создаст дополнительную границу безопасности на 500-1000 км перед другими странами НАТО.
Также, по словам министра, необходимо усилить санкционный режим, чтобы у России не было возможности производить высокотехнологичное оружие, в том числе крылатые ракеты. Резников добавил, что многие составляющие в российских ракетах произведены в странах-членах НАТО.
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У Украины есть договоренности с партнерами по ПВО, но надо быстрее – Зеленский
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Затягивание с передачей оружия нашему государству, любые ограничения – это действительно приглашение для России бить снова и снова. Оккупантов – этих террористов – надо бить изо всех сил, чтобы они не думали, что могут давить и кого-то переиграть.

Иначе в этой войне быть не может. Ведь именно здесь – в небе над Киевом, в море возле Одессы, на земле Харьковщины, Донбасса, в Херсоне и в Запорожской области – вот где решается, какой будет жизнь в Европе дальше. Именно у нас, в Украине, и нигде больше.
Конечно, нет в России столько ракет, сколько у нас есть уверенности в своих силах. Но российское оружие может остановить только более мощное оружие".
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France backs Russian gold ban, wants G7 oil, gas price shield
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PARIS, June 26 (Reuters) - France backs banning Russian gold exports and the proposal now needs to be discussed among the European Union's 27 members, a French presidency official said on Sunday.
The official said Paris was not opposed to a cap on Russian oil prices, but wanted the G7 to discuss a price shield that would cap oil and gas prices to rein in inflation.
The official added that the G7 were fully united in intensifying their support for Ukraine after the intensification of the conflict in recent days.


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Concerns grow that India is ‘back door’ into Europe for Russian oil
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The huge blue and red hull of the SCF Primorye came into port at Vadinar, western Gujarat, India, earlier this month. The 84,000-tonne oil tanker, built in 2009 and sailing under the Liberian flag, had arrived from the port at Ust-Luga, a settlement in Russia near the border with Estonia.
Until 2017, the Vadinar oil refinery was controlled by Essar – the Indian owner of the Stanlow refinery in Ellesmere Port. Since then a consortium including the sanctioned Russian state-owned oil firm Rosneft and the commodities trader Trafigura, which holds a 24.5% stake, have owned Nayara Energy, which runs the refinery.
The tanker’s arrival came as India ramped up imports of Russian oil. The Asian nation’s willingness to snap up Russian crude at discounts of up to 30% has undermined efforts from the US, Europe and the UK to deplete Vladimir Putin’s war coffers by curtailing imports. Russia raked in $20bn from oil exports in May, bouncing back to pre-invasion levels. Now, concerns are growing that India is being used as a potential back door into Europe for Russian oil supplies,given the surge in imports.
Before the invasion of Ukraine, India’s imports of Russian oil were negligible due to high freight costs. But recently, imports of Russian oil to India have increased. Vadinar’s owner, Nayara, purchased Russian oil in March – just before international restrictions on its exports were introduced – after a gap of a year, buying about 1.8m barrels from Trafigura, Reuters reported.
The volumes that India has been buying and exporting, however, suggest that some of the refined Russian crude may ultimately be used in Europe’s filling stations. It is not clear where the Russian crude brought into Vadinar on the SCF Primorye will be used. Vadinar’s owner’s declined to comment on the shipment or whether it was shipping Russian oil to Europe.
In May, India imported about 800,000 barrels of oil per day from Russia in Mayand the rating agency Fitch predicts that imports could soon increase further to 1m barrels per day, or 20% of India’s total imports. India, China and the United Arab Emirates have picked up the slack as Russian crude oil imports into the EU fell by 18% in May.
Putin told the Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) business summit this week that “Russian oil supplies to China and India are growing noticeably”.
India’s 1.4 billion-strong population gives it reason to seek cheap supplies. But it’s a dangerous political game. “India is walking a tightrope,” said Alan Gelder, the vice-president of refining, chemicals and oil markets at Wood Mackenzie. “If you take too much, you do not want the west to sanction the rest of your economy.”
The Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air said Reliance Industries’ Jamnagar refinery in Gujarat received 27% of its oil from Russia in May, up from 5% in April. The centre said about 20% of exported cargoes from Jamnagar left for the Suez canal, indicating that they were heading to Europe or the US. Shipments were made to France, Italy and the UK. However, there is no evidence that these shipments included Russian oil.
The UK has committed to phasing out Russian oil by the end of the year. Britain did not import any petrol before the war but diesel accounted for 18% of total demand. While trading Russian oil remains legal, the stigma attached to it means some international companies involved in fuel supplies may attempt to mask its origins. Some energy firms rushed to cut shipments from Russia but industry watchers said some drivers in the south-east of England were still likely to be filling up with diesel refined in Russia.
State processors of oil are attempting to secure six-month supply contacts for Russian crude to India, Bloomberg reported this month. The trio of state refiners – Indian Oil Corp, Hindustan Petroleum and Bharat Petroleum – declined to answer questions on whether they were importing Russian oil or exporting it to Europe.
Industry sources said tracking shipments of Russian oil to Europe via India is proving very difficult. “You’ll find that several shipments of crude will arrive at a port from different countries and be blended together. Tracking a hydrocarbon is basically impossible.”
There are several tactics shippers are using to hide the origin of Russian oil, sources said. Financially, paying in Chinese currency – rather than the industry standard dollar – is an option. Yuan-rouble trading volumes have surged 1,067% since February’s invasion of Ukraine. Transfers of oil cargoes from ship-to-ship have also spiked, suggesting oil is being switched from Russian flagged-vessels to other ships. Increasing numbers of vessels have been “going dark” by switching off their automative identification systems as thousands of gallons of the black stuff are transferred on the waves.
A third, more niche option to hide Russian transactions is to cut out using a currency and trade oil directly for other products, such as gold, food or weapons. Iran has previously taken payment from trading partners in gold rather than dollars.
“If a country or oil operator wants to hide the source of crude or oil products, it can very easily do so,” said Ajay Parmar, an oil market analyst at ICIS.
“Indian refiners are clearly taking significant volumes of discounted Russian crude and then re-exporting a material proportion of refined product back out of the country,” said the Shore Capital analyst Craig Howie. “Given the obvious strength of petrol and diesel prices, this presumably supports robust refining margins for Indian downstream players. The commercial rationale here is of course understandable, but does seem to run contrary to the west’s clear objective to hamper the Russian economy and war machine.”
Oleg Ustenko, the chief economic adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, is more forthright. He told the Guardian: “We call on countries everywhere to show solidarity with Ukraine by rejecting Russia’s blood oil. But let’s be clear, the British and EU energy, shipping and insurance companies who are helping Putin complete this pivot to new markets out of pure greed are complicit in his war crimes.
“European leaders must get serious about their sanctions regimes and ban not just the import of Russian fossil fuels, but also heavily tax their trade, otherwise the tragedy ongoing in Ukraine will continue and even spread.”
For the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, the trade with Russia remains a political balancing act. While the oil price remains high, and there’s pressure on consumers at the pump, the risk of a western backlash will be weighed against the cost of cheap oil.
Trafigura said it “unconditionally condemns” the war and has “substantially reduced its purchases of Russian crude” . The company said it ceased all trading with Russian organisations prior to EU sanctions introduced last month. Trafigura said it does not have “operational control” of Nayara Energy or Vadinar. Reliance declined to comment.


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Boris Johnson rows back on biofuel pledge to ease global food crisis
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Boris Johnson is considering rowing back on a pledge to scale up the production of biofuel as he tries to ease the global food crisis.
The government said the Prime Minister will commit on Friday to look at the UK’s own demands on land and use of biofuel in the face of rising food costs.
The use of grain for biofuel is contributing to shortages and higher costs, it added.
“While Vladimir Putin continues his futile and unprovoked war in Ukraine and cravenly blockades millions of tonnes of grain, the world’s poorest people are inching closer to starvation,” Mr Johnson said. “From emergency food aid to reviewing our own biofuel use, the UK is playing its part to address this pernicious global crisis.”
The government said the Prime Minister will pledge £372 million in aid for countries most impacted by rising food prices.
The review comes after the Green Alliance think tank found this week that abandoning biofuel production in the UK would free up food for 3.5 million people and reduce food prices.
Plant biomass production uses nearly three-quarters as much land as the entire UK potato industry and is a “strong factor” in rising UK food prices due to increased competition for land, the report by Green Alliance warned.
However, scaling back biofuel use would go against the government’s net zero strategy in which it pledged to increase its production.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has said replacing fossil fuels with biofuels is one of the primary ways to decarbonise the transport sector.
In the IEA’s strategy to reach net zero emissions by 2050 biofuel consumption would have to triple between 2019 and 2030, equivalent to 12 per cent of global transport fuel demand by the end of the decade.
In November 2021, however, it accounted for just 3 per cent of transport fuel demand, meaning biofuels are not on track to attain the net zero trajectory, according to the agency.
The global food crisis is now a new hurdle on the path to meet this target.
The biofuel vs food debate is one facing many leaders around the world as the global food crisis worsens.
More than 275 million people worldwide were already facing acute hunger at the start of 2022 - according to the UN that is expected to increase by 47 million people if the conflict continues.
Reuters reported on Thursday that officials from some G7 countries - including the UK - will push for temporary waivers on biofuels mandates to combat soaring food prices when leaders of the group of wealthy nations meet on Sunday.
Biofuel is fuel that comes from plants, such as wheat, corn and sugar beets, as well as algae or animal material. It is considered to be renewable energy because its stocks can be replenished.
It makes up about 10 per cent of E10 petrol, a greener blend of petrol that was rolled out at petrol stations across Britain in September.
A government spokesperson said it remained committed to using biofuels and other renewable fuels to decarbonise transport and meet its climate goals.
“However, discussions with our partners continue around temporarily reducing the production of crop-based biofuels to help address the global food price crisis,” the spokesperson said.
The government did not confirm the Reuters report but said a 10 per cent reduction in the use of crops for biofuels by G7 countries could lower maize prices by as much as 40 per cent and wheat prices by 10 per cent.


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'What is stopping us becoming Ukraine 2.0?': The Estonian women preparing for war
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In the months since the invasion of Ukraine, Estonians, who share a border with Russia, are increasingly concerned about potential Kremlin aggression. Despite the threat being low, more than 1,000 ordinary women have volunteered to join the Women's Defence Organisation since the conflict began. Car mechanic Mari Klandorf is one. She now spends her weekends training in first aid, guerrilla warfare and firearms and says: 'Russia might not be coming tomorrow, or the next day, but I want to be prepared.' The Guardian's Kyri Evangelou reports.


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Дом в Киеве, в который сегодня якобы попала ракета - это то же самое здание в ЖК «Львовский Квартал», в которое попала ракета 29 апреля. Только тогда разнесло первые этажи высотки слева, а сейчас попало в часть справа. После попадания 29 апреля дом пустует. И из-за близости с заводом «Артём», и из-за аварийного состояния «свечки». На фото и видео нет никаких бегающих по двору жителей. Что касается спасённой девочки и ее мамы - скорее всего, это постановка, сделанная в лучших традициях «белых касок» для дальнейших спекуляций.

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Жизнь россиянки, пострадавшей от обстрела в Киеве, разрушена — Геращенко

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"Ее жизнь разрушена, так же как и жизни миллионов украинцев. Муж убит ударом путинской ракеты. Дочь ранена и находится в больнице. Сама она тяжело ранена и почти три часа пролежала под обломками бетонных плит. Судя по ее немногочисленным публикациям в социальных сетях, Екатерина любит Киев и Украину", — отметил Геращенко.
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В эфире одного из самых крупных тв каналов «1+1», его топовая ведущая вечерних новостей Наталья Мосейчук называет жителей Донбасса, переехавших в Киев, «донбасятами». И её сильно раздражает, что эти люди спокойно ходят, едят, спят. И их не преследуют за то, что они с Донбасса.

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Don’t compare Ukraine invasion to first world war, says ‘Sleepwalkers’ historian
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A leading historian of the outbreak of the first world war has urged admirers of his work among Germany’s political elite to stop drawing comparisons to the conflict in Ukraine, warning any parallels between 1914 and 2022 are flawed.
Cambridge academic Christopher Clark’s account of the complex logic behind each of the main actors’ entry into the global conflict, The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914, was an international bestseller after its publication in 2013. The book struck a particular chord in Germany, where it provided a counterview to a prevailing narrative of national war guilt and has sold more than 350,000 copies.
Sleepwalkers found particularly avid readers among German political leaders. Angela Merkel urged her ministers to read the book, foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier invited Clark to debate the art of diplomacy, and the late ex-chancellor Helmut Schmidt in 2014 drew parallels between 1914 and the Ukraine crisis in his last article for Die Zeit, entitled Us sleepwalkers.
In recent weeks, the chancellor Olaf Scholz cited Clark’s book in one off-the-record conversation with international media as a case study in how irresponsible politicians could goad each other through bellicose rhetoric into a conflict that wasn’t in their interest. He has reportedly assured other journalists that he would become “no Kaiser Wilhelm”, the German emperor who led his country into the war.
But Clark stressed that the dynamic behind the outbreak of the first world war bore little resemblance to the current situation in Ukraine. “People don’t want to step forward, they don’t want to show their heads over the parapet, they don’t want to risk an escalation,” the Australian historian told the Guardian in an interview in Berlin. “It’s easy to understand in the German case why there is an anxiety there.
“So they look for, and then to, an event that brings home the dangers of precipitous action – 1914 works for that, of course. The only problem with 1914 is that the analogy is so flawed.
“There is no analogy between 1914 and the situation in Ukraine now,” Clark said. “The first world war began in an incredibly complex, around-the-houses way. Whereas in the case of the invasion of Ukraine, in 2014 and this year, it’s quite clearly a case of the breach of the peace by just one power.
“It’s a very different set-up. There’s no Balkan crisis, there’s no sequence of will-they won’t-they decisions. Europe is not divided into a binary pair of alliance systems. In Europe, at least, Russia is isolated this time.”
Clark also rejected comparisons between the current geopolitical situation and that on the eve of the second world war, one favoured by those who accuse Berlin of appeasing Moscow. “I don’t see it being like 1938 either, and Putin is not like Hitler,” he said.
“Hitler had a profoundly racist philosophy, where the Germans were a biomass that was going to expand across the European continent. A better analogy would be with the opportunist Russian predations of the 19th century – most of which we in the west don’t know much about, because they were at the expense of the Ottoman empire. The world in general is more and more like the 19th century: multipolar and unpredictable.”
Clark, who was knighted by the Queen in 2015 for his services to Anglo-German relations, expressed some sympathy for the predicament of Social Democrat Scholz, who has faced criticism for being slow on delivering promised military support to Kyiv.
Frustration with German prevarication was not a new phenomenon, he said, citing an editorial in the Times of London in the run-up to the Crimean war of 1853 that urged Prussia to align itself more strongly with forward-thinking European powers. “The impatience with Germany scratching its head is also not new.”
What was often overlooked, he said, was a centuries-old divide among Germany’s intelligentsia between those who were committed to an alliance with France and Britain, and those “who believed Prussia or Germany should never do anything the Russians weren’t happy with”.
“If there is a threat from outside, most political systems will respond by rallying,” Clark said. “But in Germany that doesn’t work around this question. The Russian question divides the country.
“Scholz is not a snake-oil salesman,” said Clark, the current regius professor of history at Cambridge. “Those who attack him for not saying enough should also bear in mind how appalled everyone would be at the spectacle of a German chancellor who wanted to get stuck in. I think it’s quite right for a German chancellor to be seen to be reluctantly drawn into a conflict rather than seeking the opportunity to demonstrate Germany’s prowess.”
Nonetheless, he stressed that Germany’s government risked losing credibility in Europe at a pivotal moment in history. “I understand Scholz and I thought I understood what he is trying to do, a policy of increasing commitment to the assistance to Ukraine. As long as that is the case, it’s fine to talk the long game and speak quietly rather than wave a big stick. But if you are speaking quietly and carrying a twig, that’s not so great. You need to follow up with concerted action.
“The dangers of simply letting Putin have his way in Ukraine are immense and unfathomable, and his language makes this clear. He’s talked about the long-term material consequences for Finland, for example. And Putin is not someone who says something and then forgets about it.”
Upon its release, Sleepwalkers was received by some critics as a deliberate challenge to the arguments of historian Fritz Fischer, who in the 1960s had shaken the country with the thesis that Germany was solely responsible for the outbreak of not only the second but also the first world war. The British historian John Röhl warned that Clark’s book amounted to a Freispruch or “acquittal” that would once again lead Germany down a wrong path.
Instead, Clark said, the exact opposite of what the ill-readers of his book predicted happened. “Sleepwalking became a cipher for saying let’s not do anything precipitous or risky at all. The war-mongering charges turned out to be completely beside the point.
“I don’t think there is any risk now of sleepwalking,” he added. “Now everyone is wide awake because Putin has woken us all up.”


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What’s at stake in the extradition of Julian Assange?
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After the UK home secretary decided to extradite Julian Assange to face trial and a possible life sentence in the US, Ben Quinn reports on what the ruling means for the WikiLeaks founder – and for press freedom
Few public figures are harder to categorise than the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange. To his fans, he is a fearless truth-teller, exposing state wrongdoing; to many governments, he’s a dangerous fanatic akin to a “digital terrorist”.
But almost everyone will have read journalism based on leaks his organisation has published, whether it was the secrets files he revealed from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, the decades of top-secret US diplomatic cables, details of the CIA’s hacking tools or the emails of the Democratic National Committee.
Over the past few years, Assange’s many enemies – chief among them, the US government – have started closing in. Now the UK’s home secretary, Priti Patel, has given the green light for his extradition to face charges of violating the Espionage Act, alleging that material he released endangered lives. He has 14 days to appeal against the decision, a move his team have said they would make.
The case is bigger than Assange. Civil liberties activists argue that the decision to extradite him is a grave threat to public interest journalism.


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