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  • The countries of the European Union managed on Tuesday, Gas consumption reduction agreement This winter, after a new sharp drop in Russian supplies, in order to reduce their dependence on Moscow. Russian gas giant Gazprom is set to halve its daily supplies to Europe via the Nord Stream gas pipeline starting today. Global stock markets fell on Tuesday, amid worries about the effects of gas supplies to Europe and inflation in Western economies amid corporate decisions.
  • The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has proposed the nomination Andriy KostinA deputy from the political party of the President, for the next post Attorney General of the country. M. Zelensky and Soumis A formal request to Parliament The Assembly must vote to confirm Ghost’s nomination. He will replace Irina Venediktova. He was sacked as attorney general earlier this month.
  • Ukrainian attacks partially destroyed the Antonovsky Bridge in the suburbs Gerson, the city occupied by Russian forces, occupation officials announced Wednesday. The Antonovsky Bridge is strategic for distribution, as it connects the city to the southern bank of the Dnieper and the rest of the Kherson region.
  • KharkivUkraine’s second city in the country’s northeast was hit by a Russian rocket attack, the city’s mayor said. “At 4.25 am a shell was fired on the industrial district of Kharkiv [par] Two S-300 missiles. Rescue teams are engaged in clearing the debris. According to them, there is no casualty, but this is only preliminary information.Ihor Terekhov wrote that day telegram.
  • A BagmouthDonetsk Governor Pavlo Kyrilenko announced that Russian forces had targeted a hotel. According to preliminary reports, there are dead and injured, rescue operation is going on.and referred to by M. Kyrylenko sur telegram.
  • The Russian economy has been less punished by sanctions than expected. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced on Tuesday. Russia’s gross domestic product is expected to shrink by 6% in 2022, the IMF predicted, far less than the 8.5% decline the agency had expected in its previous forecast released in April. On the other hand, the IMF notes that European countries have suffered more than expected.
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