The war in Ukraine live: Russia repeats that the decline in gas supplies is linked to a technical problem, and the Europeans say it is a "power game"

The war in Ukraine live: Russia repeats that the decline in gas supplies is linked to a technical problem, and the Europeans say it is a “power game”

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Cover Photo: The European Union has reached an agreement on cutting gas consumption this winter as supplies through the Nord Stream gas pipeline halved. Virginie Mallinger, correspondent in Brussels, answers your questions from 2:30pm. INA FASSBENDER / AFP

  • On Tuesday, European Union countries reached an agreement on reducing gas consumption This winter, in order to reduce their dependence on Moscow, after the new sharp decline in Russian supplies. Russian gas giant Gazprom plans to halve its daily deliveries to Europe via the Nord Stream gas pipeline from today. Global stock markets fell on Tuesday, amid concerns about gas supplies to Europe and the consequences of inflation for Western economies in the midst of corporate results.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has submitted a proposal for appointment Andre CostinA deputy from the party of the President of the Republic in the position of Country Attorney General. Mr. Zelensky made a formal request to Parliament for the Assembly to vote to confirm this appointment. He will replace Irina Venediktova, who was sacked as prosecutor earlier this month.
  • The Ukrainian strikes, on Tuesday evening, partially destroyed the Antonovsky bridge in the outskirts KhersonThe occupation authorities announced, on Wednesday, that it is occupied by Russian forces. The Antonovsky Bridge is strategic for supplies, as it is the only bridge connecting the city with the southern bank of the Dnieper River and the rest of the Kherson region.
  • KharkovThe second city in Ukraine, located in the northeast of the country, was attacked by a Russian missile, according to the city’s mayor. “At 4.25 am, the Kharkiv Industrial Zone was bombed [par] Two S-300 missiles. Rescuers are ready to sort out the wreckage. According to them, there were no casualties, but this is only preliminary information. ”Ihor Terekhov wrote on Telegram.
  • to me BkhutRussian forces targeted a hotel, announced the governor of Donetsk, Pavlo Kirilenko. “According to preliminary information, there are dead and wounded, and the rescue operation is continuing.”Kyrylenko said on Telegram.
  • The Russian economy is less affected by the sanctions than expected. The International Monetary Fund announced on Tuesday. Russia’s gross domestic product is expected to contract by 6% in 2022, the International Monetary Fund forecasts, much less than the 8.5% decline the institution had forecast in its previous forecast published in April. On the other hand, European countries are suffering more than expected, notes the International Monetary Fund.

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