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A telephone conversation between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reopens the possibility of a mediation useful to shake up the stagnant Russia-Ukraine negotiations. Indeed, Erdogan reiterated Turkey’s willingness to support the negotiation process, even with a mediating role. While Zelensky, for his part, stressed the need “for the immediate evacuation of civilians from Mariupol, including the Azovstal steel plant”.
The UN in turn calls for an “immediate” truce in Mariupol to evacuate civilians from the city. “We are inspired by the resilience of Orthodox Christians in Ukraine in the face of President Putin’s brutal war of aggression. We continue to support them and today we wish them and all the others who celebrate Easter hope and a quick return to peace”: tweeted the US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, whose visit to Kiev yesterday announced yesterday by the Ukrainian president for today.
“We welcome any attempt to find peace.
And if the arrival of Pope Francis can contribute to this, we await it. It is also important for him to come and see for himself what happened here. “Andrei Golovin, priest of the Orthodox Church of Bucha, the village north-west of Kiev battered by the Russians, told ANSA at the end of the celebrations for the Easter: Having two women, Russian and Ukrainian, carry the cross “is a good idea of ​​unity, but one of the two sides must admit their sins and repent,” he added referring to the Via Crucis in Rome.
“The fact that the war in Ukraine is ongoing, that our people, our children are being killed, makes it clear that the current sanctions policy is insufficient. New sanctions must be imposed constantly.” This was stated by the head of the office of the Ukrainian president, Andriy Yermak, in an interview with the French broadcaster TF1, reports Ukrinform.
“EU support for the imposition of a full embargo on Russian energy, gas and oil, as well as sanctions against all Russian banks is very important for Ukraine,” he stressed.
Tomorrow begins the mission of the UN secretary general, Antonio Guterres, who will arrive in Ankara to meet Erdogan and then go to Moscow on Tuesday, where he will meet with President Vladimir Putin, before traveling to Kiev on Thursday.
Zelensky criticized what he called Guterres’ “illogical” itinerary. “The war is in Ukraine, there are no bodies on the streets of Moscow. It would be logical that first you see the people here and the consequences of the occupation,” he explained.
Two months after the start of the war, the entries of Ukrainian refugees into Italy have exceeded 100,000. There are 100,306, according to what the Viminale website reports: 51,880 are women, 12,426 men and 36,000 minors. The cities of destination declared upon entry into Italy continue to be Milan, Rome, Naples and Bologna. Since the start of the war, Germany has welcomed 376,124 refugees from Ukraine.
“Next month the EU Commission will present a new strategy on solar energy, as part of the RePowerEu package”. This was announced by the president of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen. “The need for clean energy has never been as obvious as it is today. The war unleashed by Russia against Kiev reminded us Europeans that Moscow’s dependence on energy is no longer sustainable. How can we do business with those who threaten us. ‘Europe and brings war to our closest neighbors? “He added.

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