Russia will no longer deliver oil or gas if prices are capped, warns Vladimir Putin

Russia will no longer deliver oil or gas if prices are capped, warns Vladimir Putin

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12:10 p.m. : It is a little after noon, and here is an update on the main news headlines:

Thirteen departments, from Ain to Bouches-du-Rhône, are still on orange alert for thunderstorms. Heavy rains fell on Nîmes, in the Gard, last night. Follow our live.

Former UDI MP, Jean-Christophe Lagardehas been placed in police custody in the case of the false accusations against Alexis Corbière and Raquel Garrido.

The executive presents this morning in the Council of Ministers its unemployment insurance reform. “When things are going very well, the rules have to be more incentive”defends the Minister of Labor.

• Russia asks for “clarifications” to the IAEA after the publication of its report on the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “LThe report contains a number of question marks”according to the head of Russian diplomacy. Follow our live.

11:38 : Russia will no longer deliver oil or gas to countries that cap the price of hydrocarbons sold by Moscow, warns Vladimir Putin. This warning comes as Westerners are working on just such a measure.

11:09 : Fighting continues in the area of ​​the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant even as Russia runs out of weapons. According to US intelligence, Moscow is trying to rearm itself by turning to North Korea.▶️ #JT20H https://t.co/2cyy6FxE1v

11:09 : Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine, but Russia is running out of weapons. In search of military equipment, Moscow would turn to North Korea, Iran or Syria, according to information.

10:40 a.m. : The head of the Ukrainian nuclear operator says he is in favor of sending UN blue helmets to his nuclear power plant in Zaporijjia, says the head of the public operator Energoatom. “Deploying the peacekeeping contingent and taking out the Russian military can be one of the ways to create the safety zone at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant”said Petro Kotin, the day after the publication of the IAEA report.

09:59 : “I will consult the Turkish president”who sponsored an agreement in Istanbul to unblock the export of Ukrainian and Russian cereals, added Vladimir Putin. This agreement, signed in July, has allowed the resumption of Ukrainian grain exports, but Russia has been complaining for several weeks about obstacles to its own food exports because of Western sanctions.

09:56 : Vladimir Putin affirms that Ukrainian grain exports go mainly to European countries and “not to developing countries and the poorest countries. This poses a risk of “humanitarian disaster”advances the Russian president.

09:28 : The threat of new strikes on the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant raises fears of the risk of “radioactive releases”points to franceinfo Karine Herviou, member of the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety. There is a certain robustness of the plant but it is not designed to cope with this type of bombardment“, she adds.

09:13 : Vladimir Putin also hailed the “increasing role” of the Asia-Pacific region in world affairs, in contrast to a West he portrayed as in decline.

09:11 : He is “impossible” for western countries“isolate” Russia, says Vladimir Putin. During an economic forum in Vladivostock, the Russian president declared that the sanctions against his country were a “threat to the whole world”.

09:09 : It is a little after 9 a.m., we take stock of the main titles of the morning:

Eleven departments, from Ain to Hérault, are still on orange alert for storms. Heavy rains fell on Nîmes, in the Gard, last night. Follow our live.

The executive presents this morning in the Council of Ministers its unemployment insurance reform. “When things are going very well, the rules have to be more incentive”, said the Minister of Labour.

• Russia asks for “clarifications” to the IAEA after the publication of his report on the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “LThe report contains a number of question marks”according to the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergei Lavrov.

• The doors to the US Open semi-finals are open for Caroline Garcia. The French clearly dominated the American Coco Gauff (6-3, 6-4) this night. She will try tomorrow to reach the final by facing the Tunisian Ons Jabeur.

08:08 : Russia asks for “clarifications” to the IAEA after the publication of his report on the situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. “LThe report contains a number of question marks”said the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov.

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