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War in Ukraine: what to remember from the day of Saturday, December 3

War in Ukraine: what to remember from the day of Saturday, December 3

Russia affirmed, on Saturday 3 December, that it “will not accept” capping the price of its oil barrel at 60 dollars. This measure must come into force on Monday, after the agreement sealed by the countries of the European Union, the G7 and Australia, in order to limit the income of Moscow to finance the conflict in Ukraine. Lhe spokesman for the Russian presidency, Dmitry Peskov, quoted by the Russian agencies, assures that Moscow had “prepare” upstream “for such a ceiling”.

On the Ukrainian side, the chief of staff of the presidency, Andriï Iermak, estimated on Telegram that the Russian economy would be “destroyed” by This measure. For his part, the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, estimated that this decision would only have limited consequences. “It is not a serious decision to set such a limit for Russian prices”he said, according to the services of the presidency.

Vladimir Putin will visit the Donbass “in due time”

Vladimir Putin will go to the Donbass “on time”, the Kremlin said. The Russian president has not yet visited this area of ​​​​eastern Ukraine, which he annexed at the end of September, without however having his army fully control it. “It’s a region of Russia”told the press the spokesman for the Russian presidency, Dmitry Peskov, when asked about a possible upcoming trip by the president to this region.

France to deliver “additional weapons” to kyiv

Europe and the United States share a common desire, that of “continue to help Ukraine to resist”assured the Head of State, in an interview broadcast on Saturday on TF1. France will thus deliver “additional weapons” in kyiv, also assured the French president. “We make our manufacturers produce faster and stronger”.

Emmanuel Macron announced that he would speak “shortly” with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on security issues surrounding the “civilian nuclear” in Ukraine. But first, he will meet on Sunday with the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), he said.years an interview granted to Parisian (article reserved for subscribers).

Further bombing of Ukrainian infrastructure to come

Necessary and inevitable.” This is how Vladimir Putin on Friday justified the bombings that ravaged Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, leaving millions of civilians in the dark and cold.

This is what prompted the Ukrainian authorities to call on the population on Saturday to “hold” facing the power cuts that now punctuate their daily lives. “From Monday, I will demand that Oblenergo (an operator) review the timetables for the region. There will most likely be four-hour stops”, announced on Telegram the governor of the Mykolaiv region (south), Vitaliï Kim. He described a “consumption on the rise” electricity, which according to him must require longer interruptions, so as to relieve the regional electricity network.

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