Did you miss the latest events on the tensions in Ukraine? Do not panic, 20 Minutes takes stock for you every evening, at 7:30 p.m. Who did what? Who said what? Where are we ? The answer below:News of the dayOn Friday, three new shipments of Ukrainian maize left the country in a convoy, the Turkish Defense Ministry announced. The three vessels will serve Ireland, England and Turkey, according to the same source. The Navistar ship set out from the port of Odesa, and Rojen and Polarnet from neighboring Chernomorsk. pic.twitter.com/Zw3zVEGKBs— ТРУХА⚡️English (@TpyxaNews) August 5, 2022 Access to this content has been blocked to respect your choice of consent By clicking on “I ACCEPT”, you accept the deposit of cookies by external services and will thus have access to the content of our partners I ACCEPT And to better remunerate 20 Minutes, do not hesitate to accept all cookies, even for one day only, via our button “I accept for today ” in the banner below. More information on the Cookie Management Policy page.
Simultaneously, a cargo ship is heading to the port of Chernomorsk, Ukraine, to load grain there, the ministry said. All are progressing under the eye of the Joint Coordination Center (JCC) established in Istanbul under the terms of the international agreement signed in Istanbul on July 22.The sentenceThe actions [des forces russes] have probably compromised the security and safety of the plant” In its daily update on Ukraine, the British Ministry of Defense expressed concern about the situation of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “After five months of occupation, Russia’s intentions regarding the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant remain unclear. However, the actions they took at the facility likely undermined the safety and security of normal plant operations,” he commented. The figure The 15% reduction in gas consumption within the EU will enter into force “at the beginning of next week” to compensate for the reduction in Russian deliveries, the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU announced on Friday. “The regulation on the reduction of gas demand has been formally adopted. The text will be published in the Official Journal at the beginning of next week and will come into force one day after its publication”, specified the presidency on its Twitter account. It should be published on Monday and will come into force on Tuesday, a European diplomatic source said. The trendTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is taking advantage of his role as “mediator” to place his pawns. While visiting Sochi, he agreed with the Russian president to strengthen energy and economic cooperation. The Turkish head of state also said he hoped that his meeting with Vladimir Putin would “open a very different page in “Russian-Turkish” relations, adding that delegations from the two countries had had “very productive” discussions, particularly on trade and tourism. The Turkish president also said he wanted to speak with his Russian counterpart from Syria, where Ankara threatens to launch a military operation against Kurdish groups which he describes as “terrorists”, which Moscow opposes. The Turkish head of state also said he wanted to ensure that the construction of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant by the Russian nuclear giant Rosatom, in southern Turkey, would respect the “fixed timetable”.