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Ukrainian Foreign Minister: Kyiv will not agree to alienate its territory

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that his task is to deliver as many weapons to Ukraine as possible and achieve the maximum tightening of sanctions against Russia. The Ukrainian politician announced this in an interview with Bild newspaper. According to him, Kyiv does not intend to agree to the alienation of part of the territory of Ukraine.

German industrialists warned of a catastrophe if gas supplies from Russia are stopped

A number of German companies in the event of a cessation of Russian gas supplies would be completely cut off from gas supplies – this would lead to catastrophic consequences. This was stated by the head of the German Industrial Union (BDI) Siegfried Ruswurm, reports TASS.

Bloomberg: Europe is afraid to talk about the reality of the recession

The European Union is under economic pressure from all sides, and there are doubts that the European Central Bank will be able to avoid a recession or stagflation, “which everyone is so afraid of.” Recession is a word that central banks and political leaders try to avoid according to a Bloomberg story.

Gunzburg: combination of injection and nasal vaccination against coronavirus will give better protection

The decline in the incidence of COVID-19 in Russia should not be a reason for refusing vaccination and revaccination against coronavirus. For better protection, it is worth switching to a combination of injection vaccination and revaccination with a nasal preparation. About it told TASS Director of the Center named after N. F. Gamaleya Alexander Gintsburg.

Ukraine won Eurovision 2022

The Ukrainian group Kalush Orchestra with the song Stefania took first place in the international song contest Eurovision-2022. According to the results of the audience voting and evaluations of the professional jury representatives of Ukraine received 631 points. Second-placed Great Britain scored only 466 points.

The Finnish Foreign Ministry has announced the date of filing an application for NATO membership

Finland’s Permanent Representative in Brussels will provide the physical application for Finland’s accession to NATO. This was announced on Sunday, May 15, by Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto. The Finnish politician noted that application will most likely be submitted on Wednesday, May 18.

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