1674497180 DIRECT War in Ukraine Poland will ask Berlin for its

DIRECT. War in Ukraine: Poland will ask Berlin for its agreement to supply Leopard tanks

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6:18 p.m.: It is 6 p.m.! Let’s take stock of the news for this Monday night.

Several hundred bakers took to the streets of the capital to appeal for government support in the face of rising energy bills. A delegation is currently being received in Bercy.

The summit meeting between Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol and Olivier Faure to find a solution to the crisis that the PS is going through was unsuccessful. The defeated challenger claims to have denied the Europeans top spot.

Labor Minister Olivier Dussopt extensively defended his pension reform plan after the Council of Ministers in front of the press: “Come back [l’âge de départ à 64 ans] Waiving the return to the equilibrium of the system.

Poland announces it will ask Germany for its approval to supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

5:46 p.m .: After Estonia before, it is Latvia’s turn to invite the Russian ambassador to leave the country.

4:19 p.m.: If you are wondering why Germany has the right to inspect tanks that it sold to Poland for hard cash, I advise you to read this paper from Le Parisien (article for subscribers), in which so-called ” Not -Re-export clauses.” “It’s a very common practice in the arms trade, generally accepted,” which doesn’t just affect tanks or the war in Ukraine, international risk adviser Stéphane Audrand tells the daily.

2:15pm: Isn’t it time for a little update on what’s new at the time of digestion?

Labor Minister Olivier Dussopt extensively defended his pension reform project in front of the press at the end of the Council of Ministers: “Back to [l’âge de départ à 64 ans] Waiving the return to the equilibrium of the system.

The IGPN is in charge of investigating the incident that caused the amputation of a testicle of a protester who took part in the Paris procession last Thursday.

Poland announces it will ask Germany for its approval to supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

White Smoke or War of the Roses? The two finalists of the internal PS vote, Olivier Faure and Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol, both claiming victory, meet this afternoon.

1:34 p.m.: @ Genevieve Attention, the tanks belong to Poland, but it must ask Germany for the green light to hand them over to Ukraine. Currently there is talk of 14 tanks delivered by Poland, but this country intends to form a coalition of countries alongside it to supply Ukraine with much larger quantities of tanks.

2:01 p.m .: Do we know roughly how many Leopard heavy tanks Poland Germany will ask for? Many Thanks

1.03pm: #Estonia takes note of Russia’s decision today to reduce diplomatic presence to chargé d’affaires level. In relations with Russia we stand by the principle of parity, which means that the Russian ambassador will leave at the same time as the Estonian ambassador. to Russia.

13:11: Estonian shepherd’s response to Russian shepherdess. Estonia announces the expulsion of the Russian ambassador from the country, hours after the announcement of the expulsion of the Estonian ambassador from Russia. “We respect the principle of reciprocity in relations with Russia,” the Estonian foreign minister tweeted.

12:51 p.m .: Nine days after the strike in a residential building in Dnipro, eight bodies have still not been identified by investigators, the Dnipropetrovsk regional administration announced via telegram. It will take police two more weeks to try to identify them. The bombardment killed 46 people and injured 81 people. The Ukrainian army blames a Kh-22 missile launch by Russia.

12:26 p.m.: This weekend, the specialist Hélène Miard-Delacroix, historian specializing in Germany at the Sorbonne, explained to the Swiss newspaper Le Temps the German reluctance to deliver these famous tanks.

“With the Germans there are the common fears of the other members of the alliance – co-warfare, escalation of the conflict – but above all the fear of feeling a little alone when the Germans are structurally, through the organization of their defenses in NATO and culturally since the end of World War II, the obsession with being under American protection, of always being second-rate.

12:25 p.m.: @gillou Germany has a right to inspect such a supply, since it manufactures these tanks and such an indirect supply would enable it to supply arms to the conflict. To complicate matters a little, Germany does not speak with one voice on this issue, as Defense Secretary Boris Pistorius has proven far less enthusiastic.

12:25 p.m .: Why does Poland have to ask Germany for permission to send tanks to Kyiv?

12:25 p.m .: Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has responded to German Minister Annalena Baerbock’s announcement that she would not oppose a request from Poland to supply Leopard tanks to Ukraine. “Even if we don’t get their approval, we will hand over our tanks to Ukraine,” he said, recalling that his country wants to form a “coalition” of countries ready to supply tanks to Ukraine.

11:55 a.m .: Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced that his country would seek Berlin’s approval to deliver German-made Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

11:07 am: Some Ukrainian villages liberated a few weeks ago during the Kyiv-led offensive are still under Russian threat. When the front line has been pushed back, the civilians are within artillery range of Moscow. Our journalists Omar Ouahmane and Gilles Gallinaro traveled to Zarichne, a village near Lyman in the east of the country that was liberated four months ago. The village of Zarichne, which lies near the front line and was liberated by Kiev forces only four months ago, lives under artillery threat.  (BULENT KILIC / AFP) (BULENT KILIC / AFP)

11:11 a.m.: “The Presidential Decree on Mobilization [signé en septembre] is still in force,” explains Dmitry Peskov. The latter explains that the document indicates “the number of people affected, but also other measures”. He did not give any further details on the “events” in question.

10:57 a.m .: “The prerequisites for negotiations with Ukraine are not met today – neither de facto nor de jure,” explains Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. The latter points to the responsibility of “all countries supplying arms to Kyiv”.

10:51 a.m .: The negotiations in Germany on Friday about the release of the delivery of main battle tanks, including the Leopard 2, have failed. The EU foreign ministers are meeting in Brussels today to discuss this military material, which Ukraine has been vehemently demanding.

10:25 am: Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov announces that the next “Ramstein” meeting of Kiev’s western allies will be held next month, without giving a date. This working session will be dedicated to the air sector, a member of the Presidential Cabinet said on Saturday.

9.44 a.m .: “We will provide Ukraine with all the necessary support for as long as necessary,” said Olaf Scholz at a ceremony at the Sorbonne on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the reconciliation treaty between Germany and France yesterday. Follow our life.

10:16 am: Good morning @ Genevieve. In fact, the head of German diplomacy, Annalena Baerbock, assured yesterday on LCI that Germany would not block the shipment of tanks through Poland to Ukraine if the question was asked. “At the moment the question has not been asked” by Poland, which has been asked to make an official request to Berlin, the minister said.

10:15 am: Good morning. Regarding Ukraine and the deployment of heavy tanks, you were able to announce Ms. Baerbock’s statement yesterday in Darius Rochebin’s interview on LCI. It’s a real positive boost for Ukraine, after all. Many Thanks.

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