China News Agency, Beijing, October 1st. Comprehensive news: On September 30, local time, the signing ceremony of Donetsk and other four countries' accession treaties to Russia was held at the Kremlin.

On the same day, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and others signed Ukraine's application to join NATO.

The World Bank approves $530 million in supplemental aid to Ukraine.

Donetsk and other four countries' accession treaty signing ceremony was held

  The signing ceremony of the Treaty of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporozhye and Kherson joining the Russian Federation was held on September 30 at the Russian Kremlin.

  Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the ceremony.

  According to the TASS news agency on September 30, Putin called on Ukraine to immediately stop hostilities and return to the negotiating table.

He noted that Russia has repeatedly expressed its willingness to negotiate.

  Ukrainian News Agency reported on September 30 that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Ukraine is working hard for negotiations, both in the past and now.

Ukraine signs application to join NATO

  On September 30, local time, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukrainian Speaker Stefanchuk and Ukrainian Prime Minister Shmigal signed Ukraine's application to join NATO.

  According to a report by the US Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC) on September 30, the US White House made it clear that it would not support Ukraine's request to speed up its application to join NATO.

  According to NATO's official website on the 30th, NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg said that NATO reiterated its firm support for Ukraine.

"We have also repeatedly stated that the door to NATO remains open."

  He said that the issue of Ukraine's accession to NATO requires a consensus among the 30 NATO allies to make a decision.

  Stoltenberg noted that NATO's focus now is on providing immediate support to Ukraine to help Ukraine counter Russia's special military operation.

  According to the White House's official website on September 30, US President Biden said, "We will continue to provide Ukraine with the equipment it needs to defend itself. I look forward to signing a bill from Congress that will provide Ukraine with an additional $12 billion dollar backed".

Russia says North Stream natural gas pipeline was damaged in favor of U.S.

  According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenja, said at a recent UN Security Council meeting that the destruction of the "North Stream" natural gas pipeline will benefit the United States, not Russia, which builds the pipeline, or Europe, which needs fuel.

  U.S. Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC) quoted U.S. Secretary of State Blinken on September 30 as saying that the outside world’s allegations that the United States damaged the”North Stream” natural gas pipeline is”ridiculous”.

World Bank approves $530 million in supplementary aid to Ukraine

  On the evening of September 30, Eastern Time, World Bank Vice President Anna Biede said on her Twitter account that the World Bank approved the provision of $530 million in supplementary assistance to Ukraine.

  Anna Biyed said the money will be used to ensure that basic services such as health, education and pensions can be maintained in Ukraine.

  Ukrainian news agency reported on October 1 that the World Bank has raised nearly $13 billion in emergency financing for Ukraine so far.

The World Bank said the series of aid enables Ukraine to continue to provide essential government services to its population and help mitigate the widespread human and economic toll of the conflict.