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  • This Monday Vladimir Putin met for the first time since the beginning of the conflict, a European leader.

    During a meeting in the Kremlin, Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer tried to obtain humanitarian corridors.

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The meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer, the first European leader received in the Kremlin since the start of the intervention in Ukraine, took place on Monday.

Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer tried to obtain humanitarian corridors in Ukraine during this interview.

However, he expects "no miracles", as his foreign minister Alexander Schallenberg said.

"We must seize every opportunity to put an end to the humanitarian hell in Ukraine and that is what the Chancellor will do with very clear messages of a humanitarian nature and political advice," Schallenberg said, before a meeting with his EU counterparts in Luxembourg.

sentence of the day

“Russia is planting bombs in the fields in Ukraine, Russian warships are blocking dozens of boats loaded with wheat (…) They are causing shortages.

They bomb Ukrainian cities and cause hunger in the world.


It is a declaration signed Josep Borrell, the head of European diplomacy, at the end of a meeting of European Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Luxembourg.

The number of the day


This is the amount in millions of euros that Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden have pledged to help the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate.

"It is crucial to preserve all the evidence now, in order to be able to judge these crimes," said German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens).

The trend of the day

Pro-Russian separatists say they have conquered the port area of ​​Mariupol.

"Regarding the port of Mariupol, it is already under our control," said Denis Pushilin, the head of pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk.

The representative of the separatist army, Edouard Bassourin, told him that the last Ukrainian defenders were now concentrated in the huge Azovstal and Azovmach factories.

Earlier in the morning, he had claimed that 80% of the port area had been conquered.


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