52 Poles were injured in a collision between a bus and a truck transporting dangerous goods in eastern Germany : Brandenburg 52 Poles were injured in a collision between a bus and a truck transporting dangerous goods in eastern Germany : Brandenburg

52 Poles were injured in a collision between a bus and a truck transporting dangerous goods in eastern Germany : Brandenburg

52 Poles were injured in a collision between a bus and a truck transporting dangerous goods in eastern Germany  On Tuesday, 52 people were injured, including 10 seriously, when a bus and a truck for transporting dangerous goods collided in the eastern German state of Brandenburg.  The police explained that a dangerous goods vehicle collided with a truck parked in front of it on the highway, noting that the truck was not loaded with goods at the time of the accident.  Three helicopters rescued some of the injured and transferred them to nearby hospitals, while the non-injured were transported using buses.  This, and the police said that most of the injured are passengers of a Polish bus was on its way to Berlin.  A spokesman for the police station in Gurzuf Wielkopolski said they were employees of a German company.  For its part, the Polish police reported that the injured were all Polish citizens.  The German authorities did not mention the destination of the bus, and the exact number of passengers was not yet clear.  Just a few weeks ago, a bus from Poland was involved in an accident on the A2 motorway near Magdeburg in central Germany, as a result of which more than 30 people were injured, and the police assume that the bus driver fell asleep for a short time.            The French Parliament calls on the European Union to classify the "Wagner" forces as a "terrorist organization"  The French National Assembly unanimously adopted a non-binding resolution to include the Russian "Wagner" forces in the European Union's list of terrorist organizations.  The non-binding text calls on the French government to "mobilize diplomatically" for the European Union to adopt this demand, which would allow for more effective sanctions to be imposed on Wagner's forces and their supporters, especially in financial terms.  This decision, prepared by President Emmanuel Macron's "Ennahda" party, targets "Wagner" activity in Ukraine, Syria and African countries, including Mali and the Central African Republic.  French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna welcomed the resolution adopted in the National Assembly and enumerated the sanctions imposed by the European Union on Wagner.  The minister said, "From a purely legal point of view, the terrorist designation does not imply any direct additional effect," but stressed that the symbolic importance of such a designation should not be underestimated, or the deterrent nature it might have for countries that might wish to use Wagner.        Stoltenberg: "NATO" will not include Asian countries in its ranks  NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, confirmed that the alliance will remain a union of European and North American countries, and will not accept Asian countries in its ranks.  Stoltenberg:Chinese newspaper: Opening a NATO office in Tokyo will harm all countries in the region "NATO will remain an alliance of North America and Europe, and will not become a global alliance with members from Asia, and our security guarantees include NATO's territory," Stoltenberg said in an interview with The Washington Post.  Earlier, the Nikkei newspaper reported, quoting representatives of the Japanese government and "NATO", that the alliance intends to open a liaison office in Tokyo in 2024, and joint documents on strengthening cooperation with Japan in the field of security will confirm coordination in the field of cyberspace, outer space and in field of combating disinformation.

On Tuesday, 52 people were injured, including 10 seriously, when a bus and a truck for transporting dangerous goods collided in the eastern German state of Brandenburg.

The police explained that a dangerous goods vehicle collided with a truck parked in front of it on the highway, noting that the truck was not loaded with goods at the time of the accident.

Three helicopters rescued some of the injured and transferred them to nearby hospitals, while the non-injured were transported using buses.

This, and the police said that most of the injured are passengers of a Polish bus was on its way to Berlin.

A spokesman for the police station in Gurzuf Wielkopolski said they were employees of a German company.

For its part, the Polish police reported that the injured were all Polish citizens.

The German authorities did not mention the destination of the bus, and the exact number of passengers was not yet clear.

Just a few weeks ago, a bus from Poland was involved in an accident on the A2 motorway near Magdeburg in central Germany, as a result of which more than 30 people were injured, and the police assume that the bus driver fell asleep for a short time.


The French Parliament calls on the European Union to classify the "Wagner" forces as a "terrorist organization"

The French National Assembly unanimously adopted a non-binding resolution to include the Russian "Wagner" forces in the European Union's list of terrorist organizations.

The non-binding text calls on the French government to "mobilize diplomatically" for the European Union to adopt this demand, which would allow for more effective sanctions to be imposed on Wagner's forces and their supporters, especially in financial terms.

This decision, prepared by President Emmanuel Macron's "Ennahda" party, targets "Wagner" activity in Ukraine, Syria and African countries, including Mali and the Central African Republic.

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna welcomed the resolution adopted in the National Assembly and enumerated the sanctions imposed by the European Union on Wagner.

The minister said, "From a purely legal point of view, the terrorist designation does not imply any direct additional effect," but stressed that the symbolic importance of such a designation should not be underestimated, or the deterrent nature it might have for countries that might wish to use Wagner.


Stoltenberg: "NATO" will not include Asian countries in its ranks

NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, confirmed that the alliance will remain a union of European and North American countries, and will not accept Asian countries in its ranks.

Stoltenberg:Chinese newspaper: Opening a NATO office in Tokyo will harm all countries in the region
"NATO will remain an alliance of North America and Europe, and will not become a global alliance with members from Asia, and our security guarantees include NATO's territory," Stoltenberg said in an interview with The Washington Post.

Earlier, the Nikkei newspaper reported, quoting representatives of the Japanese government and "NATO", that the alliance intends to open a liaison office in Tokyo in 2024, and joint documents on strengthening cooperation with Japan in the field of security will confirm coordination in the field of cyberspace, outer space and in field of combating disinformation.

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