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German Chancellor

Olaf Scholz

and British Prime Minister

Boris Johnson

warned Russia on Friday that it would have to bear "considerable and serious" costs in the event of military aggression against Ukraine.

During a telephone conversation on Thursday night, the two leaders agreed that "military aggression by Russia against Ukraine must be avoided" (...) but that, if it were to happen, "Russia must know that it will suffer considerable costs and serious," the German chancellery explained in a statement.

A Johnson spokesman said in turn that the two leaders "shared their deep concern about Russia's destabilizing actions in Ukraine and declared that any invasion would be a serious strategic mistake."

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10.33

Ukraine crisis: Albares reminds Podemos critics that foreign policy is marked by Pedro Sánchez

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Manuel Albares, has responded today to the criticism of Podemos about Spain's position with Ukraine, that foreign policy is marked by the President of the

Government

, Pedro Sánchez.

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10.28

Spain sends troops to the East to gain influence in NATO


Spain

has decided to take a step forward in the Ukraine crisis and try to gain an international presence.

Not only does it remain in the current NATO missions in the area, but it has also given the go-ahead to send

two ships to the Black Sea and is considering deploying fighter jets in Bulgaria.

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10.25

Scholz and Johnson's harsh warning to Russia if it attacks Ukraine

German Chancellor

Olaf Scholz

and British Prime Minister

Boris Johnson

warned Russia on Friday that it would have to bear "considerable and serious" costs in the event of military aggression against Ukraine.

During a telephone conversation on Thursday night, the two leaders agreed that "military aggression by Russia against Ukraine must be avoided" (...) but that, if it were to happen, "Russia must know that it will suffer considerable costs and serious," the German chancellery explained in a statement.

A Johnson spokesman said in turn that the two leaders "shared their deep concern about Russia's destabilizing actions in Ukraine and declared that any invasion would be a serious strategic mistake."

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