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Putin assures Macron that he will do "everything to find compromises"
Will actions follow?
Vladimir Putin said he was ready to "compromise" on the Ukrainian file, after receiving Emmanuel Macron on Monday.
The Russian president, however, plagiarized his French counterpart by playing the “at the same time” card.
He did not forget to draw up his usual indictment of NATO and Ukraine, accused of threatening his country and peace on the European continent by refusing to put an end to their policies, according to him. , anti-Russian.
On the other side of the Atlantic, diplomacy was also at work on Monday.
Joe Biden receives German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at the White House.
But, while boasting of their harmony on the Ukrainian file, the two leaders did not really manage to speak with the same voice on the Nord Stream gas pipeline.
Diesel and gasoline prices continue to rise
Will the particularly active diplomacy this week on Ukraine help curb the rise in oil prices?
At the pump, it begins to be urgent.
According to official figures published on Monday, the prices of road fuels sold in France rose again last week.
Until reaching new records.
The liter of diesel was thus displayed on average at 1.6854 euros, according to weekly figures from the Ministry of Ecological Transition arrested on Friday.
This is 1.50 cents more than the previous week.
The liter of super SP95 was worth 1.7654 euros (+1.90 cents) and that of SP 95-E10 1.7328 euros (+1.26 cents).
WTA 'still concerned' over Peng Shuai case
The communication operation, sincere or pushed by the Chinese Communist Party, did not completely work.
The last outing of Peng Shuai indeed leaves the WTA skeptical.
The boss of the association of tennis players thus reiterated on Monday his "concerns" about the Chinese player, "in no way mitigated" by his interview in person with
broadcast on Monday.
Steve Simon also added that he maintained the position of the women's circuit vis-à-vis China, where all tournaments have been canceled.
The doubt is therefore still there, even if the two journalists from the French daily found her "in good shape".
Peng Shuai assures that she has "never disappeared"
Macron opens a diplomatic week in Moscow with Putin
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