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On the 580th day of war in Ukraine, the Crimean Bridge has stopped car traffic, according to Russian authorities. A measure that is often taken due to drone or missile attacks by Ukraine.

Ukraine has announced that the first objective of its daily drone and rocket attacks on Russia is to reduce the ability of its defense industry to produce missiles and reduce the enemy's air superiority, while its troops push in parallel on the battlefield.

On the other hand, Kiev and Moscow deny the death or not of the commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, Viktor Sokolov, in the Ukrainian missile attack against the General Staff of this component of the Russian Navy, in which 34 Russian servicemen died.

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Road traffic suspended on the Crimean Bridge

Car traffic was suspended on the Crimean bridge on Wednesday morning, Russian authorities said on the messaging app Telegram, a move often taken due to drone or missile attacks by Ukraine, Reuters reports.

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Metsola calls for "focus" on starting accession negotiations with Ukraine this year

The president of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, advocated focusing on starting accession negotiations with Ukraine "by the end of this year" rather than setting a date for the next enlargement of the EU, although she also acknowledged that it is "good" that there is a temporary goal "on the table".

In an interview with the European newsroom of news agencies, including Efe, the head of the European Parliament showed her confidence that the debate on the enlargement of the bloc will be the "main" point of the agenda of the heads of State and Government at the informal summit to be held in Granada next week.

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U.S. calls for more urgent reforms to Kiev as a condition for further aid to Ukraine

The United States government summoned the Ukrainian government to execute a series of urgent reforms in its anti-corruption agencies, its justice system and its security sector, according to a letter whose sketch published on Tuesday the Ukrainian newspaper Ukrainska Pravda, collects EFe.

The list – which sets deadlines of a minimum of three months and a maximum of one and a half years – was sent by White House Deputy National Security Adviser Mike Pyle to the Ukrainian Prime Minister and President and to the Platform for Donor Coordination, established by the G7 to harmonize its support to Ukraine. according to the newspaper.

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