Ukrainian MP punches Russian diplomat in the face on international stage

Ukrainian MP punches Russian diplomat in the face on international stage  The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has seen the tension between the two countries at its peak. During this, there has been a public fight between their diplomatic representatives.  Russian representative snatched Ukrainian MP's flag from his country  An incident was witnessed in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, indicating to what extent the tension between Russia and Ukraine has reached. There was a scuffle between the representatives of Russia and Ukraine. At the meeting of the Black Sea Economic Community in Ankara, first the Russian representative tore the flag of Ukraine installed there and then the representatives of the two countries clashed.   A video of this scuffle between the representatives of Ukraine and Russia is also going viral on social media. The video shows Ukrainian MP Oleksandr Marikovsky standing with his country's flag. Meanwhile, a Russian representative comes from behind and takes away the Ukrainian flag. Seeing this, the Ukrainian representative angrily goes after the Russian representative and punches him in the face.  After this the Russian representative is stopped by some other officials. However, during this time the Ukrainian representatives take back their flag. Sharing a video of the incident on Facebook, he wrote in Ukrainian: "Keep your hands off our flag." Others present on the spot were seen making a video of the incident.  Let us tell you that a day before this incident, there was a drone attack on President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, after which the tension between Ukraine and Russia reached its peak. However, Ukraine denied the incident of drone attack.   Let us tell you that the Black Sea Economic Community was formed 30 years ago and both Russia and Ukraine are its members. Its objective is to "work towards peace, stability and prosperity in the Black Sea region". However, in contrast to this, only the representatives of Russia and Ukraine were seen doing violence in it.          Ukraine's ambassador to Israel: An Israeli missile detection system will be activated in Kiev  Ukraine's ambassador to Israel, Yevgen Kornyshuk, announced that the Israeli missile warning system is currently being tested in Kiev and could start operating within two months.  Korneshuk added, "The system allows identifying various objects, including ballistic missiles, and makes calculations to know their destination, and this basically allows us to close down certain parts of the country instead of the entire country," explaining that "the system, when completed, will warn residents of areas that are about to be hit by missiles or Drones, either by sounding sirens or by sending a warning on mobile phones.  And the "Axios" website had previously mentioned, quoting officials in Kiev and Tel Aviv, that Israeli military officers had met with their Ukrainian counterparts in Poland several times in recent months to arrange the simulation, to be held in Kiev, and if successful, it would be expanded to include other Ukrainian cities.  Israel has used this type of system at home since 2005.           Borrell wants to abolish the veto power of the European Union regarding foreign policy decisions  The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called for depriving European Union countries of the right of veto in the field of foreign policy, and moving to decision-making by a majority vote. “I am in favor of making decisions in EU foreign policy with a qualified majority,” Borrell said. “But to abolish the mechanism of unanimous decision-making, a unanimous decision is needed. I know that it is difficult because everyone wants to keep the right of veto. Unanimous decision-making means having the right of veto, i.e. The possibility of preventing the issuance of any decision we do not like.  Borrell sets the condition for the European Union to continue "constructive" dealings with China Borrell added, "European countries are too small to live in a world of big countries. China is a country, the United States is a country, India is a country, but we are not a country, we are a club of countries. Therefore, we need rules that allow us to work faster."  Earlier this week, 9 of the 27 EU countries, including Germany, France and Italy, signed a letter to EU institutions calling for abandoning decision-making by compromise and consensus, and moving to a qualified majority system.          Head of the "We are with Russia" movement: raids of Russian-speaking people in Zaporozhye  The head of the "We are with Russia" movement in Zaporozhye Vladimir Rogov reported that raids of the Russian-speaking population by Ukrainian officers had begun in Zaporozhye. This came in Rogov's statements to "Novosti" agency, where he continued that the city of Zaporozhye, which was temporarily occupied by Ukrainian militants, began official raids on the Russian-speaking population, and according to him, there are facts related to detaining people in the streets just because they speak Russian.  Zaporozhye administration reveals the reason why Kiev deliberately flooded the region In support of his words, he posted a video clip on his channel on the "Telegram" application, in which police officers detained a man for "speaking the language of the enemy," and Rogov stressed that all this "underscores once again the need to liberate the city of Zaporozhye from the grip of the Nazi Ukrainians."  The Zaporozhye region became a Russian region according to the referendum that took place in September 2022, while Kiev did not recognize that result, and continues to bomb the region.  Today, more than 70% of the Zaporozhye region is under Russian control, but Ukrainian forces control the former regional center of the region, the city of Zaporozhye, and since March 2023 the city of Melitopol has temporarily become the administrative center of the region.          Nebenzia: The West is trying to pass its rules-based system rather than pluralism  Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, said that the West is trying to pass the so-called rules-based system instead of pluralism. The Russian permanent representative recalled the words of former French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who said that the world is witnessing "more and more multipolarity, but less and less multilateralism."  "It's hard not to agree with that," Nebenzia added. "They are now trying to present the so-called rules-based system as a false pluralism, when a group of interests come together in some places, in non-exhaustive forms, and make decisions that then try to portray them as inclusive."  And the Russian diplomat continued to say: "During that, all those who accept these decisions are considered as representing true democracy. As for those who reject them and have their own independent opinion, they are accused of tyranny."  According to Nebenzia, the United Nations "has become, to some extent, a victim of the global crisis in international relations that we are witnessing today."  He said, "Of course, we do not doubt at all that we live in a model of a world based on the United Nations, and that the United Nations, through its charter, embodies this pluralism."          Newspaper: This is how Harry, the "untouchable", will face the humiliation of the family at his father's coronation ceremony, in the absence of Megan!  The newspaper "Express" said that Prince Harry may face "humiliation" at the coronation ceremony of King Charles tomorrow, as he will be set aside, and Megan's absence at the historic ceremony may leave him "exposed to hostile family members."   The Duke of Sussex, 38, is expected to travel to London alone to see his father be crowned king, while his wife Meghan, 41, will remain in California with their two children, Archie and Lilibet, one-year-old.  Harry will face his relatives for the first time at the coronation ceremony since he targeted senior members of the royal family in both the Netflix documentary series and his memoir Spear.  Without Meghan's support, Merid Malloy, relationship psychologist and global director at Berkeley International, believes it could leave Harry "exposed to hostile family members", while he might also feel "ignored" by other royals at the historic ceremony.  "It's very interesting. There will be an element of humiliation here for Harry," Malloy said, adding, "Watching other royals share a stage with the King and Queen while Harry is likely to be pushed aside would be very painful and frustrating."  Royal experts and commentators have speculated in recent weeks about what role the king's youngest son will play in the coronation ceremony.  Some expect Harry to play a role in the processions to and from Westminster, as he takes a stance similar to that which appeared at the late Queen's funeral in September, as he walked alongside his brother, Prince William, behind the late Queen's four sons - King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. .  However, many others suspect Harry will be "treated like a guest" and play no part in the ceremony at all, fueling the "humiliation factor" he may face.  And while Meghan will miss the coronation ceremony to stay at her home in California, to celebrate her son, Prince Archie's fourth birthday, in an intimate ceremony, Harry could be left "exposed" to royal hostilities, according to the newspaper.  Malloy said that "without Meghan's support, Harry risks exposure to hostile family members which could be difficult. He will be forced to sit behind the lines - this may feel devalued for him ... He will not be the only outcast at the coronation though, as is his Uncle Andrew." He'll be there, too."  It is expected that Prince Andrew will attend the coronation ceremony with his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, but since they are not working members of the royal family, they are not expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the ceremony.  And according to royal expert Omid Scobie, Beatrice and Eugenie will likely help Harry feel comfortable at the coronation ceremony, as the Duke has developed a close relationship with his two cousins ​​over the years.  The inauguration ceremony of King Charles III will take place tomorrow, Saturday, with solemn celebrations in the capital, London, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who died last September.

The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has seen the tension between the two countries at its peak. During this, there has been a public fight between their diplomatic representatives.

Russian representative snatched Ukrainian MP's flag from his country

An incident was witnessed in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, indicating to what extent the tension between Russia and Ukraine has reached. There was a scuffle between the representatives of Russia and Ukraine. At the meeting of the Black Sea Economic Community in Ankara, first the Russian representative tore the flag of Ukraine installed there and then the representatives of the two countries clashed. 

A video of this scuffle between the representatives of Ukraine and Russia is also going viral on social media. The video shows Ukrainian MP Oleksandr Marikovsky standing with his country's flag. Meanwhile, a Russian representative comes from behind and takes away the Ukrainian flag. Seeing this, the Ukrainian representative angrily goes after the Russian representative and punches him in the face.

After this the Russian representative is stopped by some other officials. However, during this time the Ukrainian representatives take back their flag. Sharing a video of the incident on Facebook, he wrote in Ukrainian: "Keep your hands off our flag." Others present on the spot were seen making a video of the incident.

Let us tell you that a day before this incident, there was a drone attack on President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, after which the tension between Ukraine and Russia reached its peak. However, Ukraine denied the incident of drone attack. 

Let us tell you that the Black Sea Economic Community was formed 30 years ago and both Russia and Ukraine are its members. Its objective is to "work towards peace, stability and prosperity in the Black Sea region". However, in contrast to this, only the representatives of Russia and Ukraine were seen doing violence in it. 




Ukraine's ambassador to Israel: An Israeli missile detection system will be activated in Kiev


Ukraine's ambassador to Israel, Yevgen Kornyshuk, announced that the Israeli missile warning system is currently being tested in Kiev and could start operating within two months.

Korneshuk added, "The system allows identifying various objects, including ballistic missiles, and makes calculations to know their destination, and this basically allows us to close down certain parts of the country instead of the entire country," explaining that "the system, when completed, will warn residents of areas that are about to be hit by missiles or Drones, either by sounding sirens or by sending a warning on mobile phones.

And the "Axios" website had previously mentioned, quoting officials in Kiev and Tel Aviv, that Israeli military officers had met with their Ukrainian counterparts in Poland several times in recent months to arrange the simulation, to be held in Kiev, and if successful, it would be expanded to include other Ukrainian cities.

Israel has used this type of system at home since 2005.




Borrell wants to abolish the veto power of the European Union regarding foreign policy decisions


The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called for depriving European Union countries of the right of veto in the field of foreign policy, and moving to decision-making by a majority vote.
“I am in favor of making decisions in EU foreign policy with a qualified majority,” Borrell said. “But to abolish the mechanism of unanimous decision-making, a unanimous decision is needed. I know that it is difficult because everyone wants to keep the right of veto. Unanimous decision-making means having the right of veto, i.e. The possibility of preventing the issuance of any decision we do not like.

Borrell sets the condition for the European Union to continue "constructive" dealings with China
Borrell added, "European countries are too small to live in a world of big countries. China is a country, the United States is a country, India is a country, but we are not a country, we are a club of countries. Therefore, we need rules that allow us to work faster."

Earlier this week, 9 of the 27 EU countries, including Germany, France and Italy, signed a letter to EU institutions calling for abandoning decision-making by compromise and consensus, and moving to a qualified majority system.




Ukrainian MP punches Russian diplomat in the face on international stage  The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has seen the tension between the two countries at its peak. During this, there has been a public fight between their diplomatic representatives.  Russian representative snatched Ukrainian MP's flag from his country  An incident was witnessed in Ankara, the capital of Turkey, indicating to what extent the tension between Russia and Ukraine has reached. There was a scuffle between the representatives of Russia and Ukraine. At the meeting of the Black Sea Economic Community in Ankara, first the Russian representative tore the flag of Ukraine installed there and then the representatives of the two countries clashed.   A video of this scuffle between the representatives of Ukraine and Russia is also going viral on social media. The video shows Ukrainian MP Oleksandr Marikovsky standing with his country's flag. Meanwhile, a Russian representative comes from behind and takes away the Ukrainian flag. Seeing this, the Ukrainian representative angrily goes after the Russian representative and punches him in the face.  After this the Russian representative is stopped by some other officials. However, during this time the Ukrainian representatives take back their flag. Sharing a video of the incident on Facebook, he wrote in Ukrainian: "Keep your hands off our flag." Others present on the spot were seen making a video of the incident.  Let us tell you that a day before this incident, there was a drone attack on President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin, after which the tension between Ukraine and Russia reached its peak. However, Ukraine denied the incident of drone attack.   Let us tell you that the Black Sea Economic Community was formed 30 years ago and both Russia and Ukraine are its members. Its objective is to "work towards peace, stability and prosperity in the Black Sea region". However, in contrast to this, only the representatives of Russia and Ukraine were seen doing violence in it.          Ukraine's ambassador to Israel: An Israeli missile detection system will be activated in Kiev  Ukraine's ambassador to Israel, Yevgen Kornyshuk, announced that the Israeli missile warning system is currently being tested in Kiev and could start operating within two months.  Korneshuk added, "The system allows identifying various objects, including ballistic missiles, and makes calculations to know their destination, and this basically allows us to close down certain parts of the country instead of the entire country," explaining that "the system, when completed, will warn residents of areas that are about to be hit by missiles or Drones, either by sounding sirens or by sending a warning on mobile phones.  And the "Axios" website had previously mentioned, quoting officials in Kiev and Tel Aviv, that Israeli military officers had met with their Ukrainian counterparts in Poland several times in recent months to arrange the simulation, to be held in Kiev, and if successful, it would be expanded to include other Ukrainian cities.  Israel has used this type of system at home since 2005.           Borrell wants to abolish the veto power of the European Union regarding foreign policy decisions  The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called for depriving European Union countries of the right of veto in the field of foreign policy, and moving to decision-making by a majority vote. “I am in favor of making decisions in EU foreign policy with a qualified majority,” Borrell said. “But to abolish the mechanism of unanimous decision-making, a unanimous decision is needed. I know that it is difficult because everyone wants to keep the right of veto. Unanimous decision-making means having the right of veto, i.e. The possibility of preventing the issuance of any decision we do not like.  Borrell sets the condition for the European Union to continue "constructive" dealings with China Borrell added, "European countries are too small to live in a world of big countries. China is a country, the United States is a country, India is a country, but we are not a country, we are a club of countries. Therefore, we need rules that allow us to work faster."  Earlier this week, 9 of the 27 EU countries, including Germany, France and Italy, signed a letter to EU institutions calling for abandoning decision-making by compromise and consensus, and moving to a qualified majority system.          Head of the "We are with Russia" movement: raids of Russian-speaking people in Zaporozhye  The head of the "We are with Russia" movement in Zaporozhye Vladimir Rogov reported that raids of the Russian-speaking population by Ukrainian officers had begun in Zaporozhye. This came in Rogov's statements to "Novosti" agency, where he continued that the city of Zaporozhye, which was temporarily occupied by Ukrainian militants, began official raids on the Russian-speaking population, and according to him, there are facts related to detaining people in the streets just because they speak Russian.  Zaporozhye administration reveals the reason why Kiev deliberately flooded the region In support of his words, he posted a video clip on his channel on the "Telegram" application, in which police officers detained a man for "speaking the language of the enemy," and Rogov stressed that all this "underscores once again the need to liberate the city of Zaporozhye from the grip of the Nazi Ukrainians."  The Zaporozhye region became a Russian region according to the referendum that took place in September 2022, while Kiev did not recognize that result, and continues to bomb the region.  Today, more than 70% of the Zaporozhye region is under Russian control, but Ukrainian forces control the former regional center of the region, the city of Zaporozhye, and since March 2023 the city of Melitopol has temporarily become the administrative center of the region.          Nebenzia: The West is trying to pass its rules-based system rather than pluralism  Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, said that the West is trying to pass the so-called rules-based system instead of pluralism. The Russian permanent representative recalled the words of former French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who said that the world is witnessing "more and more multipolarity, but less and less multilateralism."  "It's hard not to agree with that," Nebenzia added. "They are now trying to present the so-called rules-based system as a false pluralism, when a group of interests come together in some places, in non-exhaustive forms, and make decisions that then try to portray them as inclusive."  And the Russian diplomat continued to say: "During that, all those who accept these decisions are considered as representing true democracy. As for those who reject them and have their own independent opinion, they are accused of tyranny."  According to Nebenzia, the United Nations "has become, to some extent, a victim of the global crisis in international relations that we are witnessing today."  He said, "Of course, we do not doubt at all that we live in a model of a world based on the United Nations, and that the United Nations, through its charter, embodies this pluralism."          Newspaper: This is how Harry, the "untouchable", will face the humiliation of the family at his father's coronation ceremony, in the absence of Megan!  The newspaper "Express" said that Prince Harry may face "humiliation" at the coronation ceremony of King Charles tomorrow, as he will be set aside, and Megan's absence at the historic ceremony may leave him "exposed to hostile family members."   The Duke of Sussex, 38, is expected to travel to London alone to see his father be crowned king, while his wife Meghan, 41, will remain in California with their two children, Archie and Lilibet, one-year-old.  Harry will face his relatives for the first time at the coronation ceremony since he targeted senior members of the royal family in both the Netflix documentary series and his memoir Spear.  Without Meghan's support, Merid Malloy, relationship psychologist and global director at Berkeley International, believes it could leave Harry "exposed to hostile family members", while he might also feel "ignored" by other royals at the historic ceremony.  "It's very interesting. There will be an element of humiliation here for Harry," Malloy said, adding, "Watching other royals share a stage with the King and Queen while Harry is likely to be pushed aside would be very painful and frustrating."  Royal experts and commentators have speculated in recent weeks about what role the king's youngest son will play in the coronation ceremony.  Some expect Harry to play a role in the processions to and from Westminster, as he takes a stance similar to that which appeared at the late Queen's funeral in September, as he walked alongside his brother, Prince William, behind the late Queen's four sons - King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. .  However, many others suspect Harry will be "treated like a guest" and play no part in the ceremony at all, fueling the "humiliation factor" he may face.  And while Meghan will miss the coronation ceremony to stay at her home in California, to celebrate her son, Prince Archie's fourth birthday, in an intimate ceremony, Harry could be left "exposed" to royal hostilities, according to the newspaper.  Malloy said that "without Meghan's support, Harry risks exposure to hostile family members which could be difficult. He will be forced to sit behind the lines - this may feel devalued for him ... He will not be the only outcast at the coronation though, as is his Uncle Andrew." He'll be there, too."  It is expected that Prince Andrew will attend the coronation ceremony with his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, but since they are not working members of the royal family, they are not expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the ceremony.  And according to royal expert Omid Scobie, Beatrice and Eugenie will likely help Harry feel comfortable at the coronation ceremony, as the Duke has developed a close relationship with his two cousins ​​over the years.  The inauguration ceremony of King Charles III will take place tomorrow, Saturday, with solemn celebrations in the capital, London, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who died last September.

Head of the "We are with Russia" movement: raids of Russian-speaking people in Zaporozhye


The head of the "We are with Russia" movement in Zaporozhye Vladimir Rogov reported that raids of the Russian-speaking population by Ukrainian officers had begun in Zaporozhye.
This came in Rogov's statements to "Novosti" agency, where he continued that the city of Zaporozhye, which was temporarily occupied by Ukrainian militants, began official raids on the Russian-speaking population, and according to him, there are facts related to detaining people in the streets just because they speak Russian.

Zaporozhye administration reveals the reason why Kiev deliberately flooded the region
In support of his words, he posted a video clip on his channel on the "Telegram" application, in which police officers detained a man for "speaking the language of the enemy," and Rogov stressed that all this "underscores once again the need to liberate the city of Zaporozhye from the grip of the Nazi Ukrainians."

The Zaporozhye region became a Russian region according to the referendum that took place in September 2022, while Kiev did not recognize that result, and continues to bomb the region.

Today, more than 70% of the Zaporozhye region is under Russian control, but Ukrainian forces control the former regional center of the region, the city of Zaporozhye, and since March 2023 the city of Melitopol has temporarily become the administrative center of the region.





Nebenzia: The West is trying to pass its rules-based system rather than pluralism


Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, said that the West is trying to pass the so-called rules-based system instead of pluralism.
The Russian permanent representative recalled the words of former French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who said that the world is witnessing "more and more multipolarity, but less and less multilateralism."

"It's hard not to agree with that," Nebenzia added. "They are now trying to present the so-called rules-based system as a false pluralism, when a group of interests come together in some places, in non-exhaustive forms, and make decisions that then try to portray them as inclusive."

And the Russian diplomat continued to say: "During that, all those who accept these decisions are considered as representing true democracy. As for those who reject them and have their own independent opinion, they are accused of tyranny."

According to Nebenzia, the United Nations "has become, to some extent, a victim of the global crisis in international relations that we are witnessing today."

He said, "Of course, we do not doubt at all that we live in a model of a world based on the United Nations, and that the United Nations, through its charter, embodies this pluralism."




Newspaper: This is how Harry, the "untouchable", will face the humiliation of the family at his father's coronation ceremony, in the absence of Megan!


The newspaper "Express" said that Prince Harry may face "humiliation" at the coronation ceremony of King Charles tomorrow, as he will be set aside, and Megan's absence at the historic ceremony may leave him "exposed to hostile family members." 

The Duke of Sussex, 38, is expected to travel to London alone to see his father be crowned king, while his wife Meghan, 41, will remain in California with their two children, Archie and Lilibet, one-year-old.

Harry will face his relatives for the first time at the coronation ceremony since he targeted senior members of the royal family in both the Netflix documentary series and his memoir Spear.

Without Meghan's support, Merid Malloy, relationship psychologist and global director at Berkeley International, believes it could leave Harry "exposed to hostile family members", while he might also feel "ignored" by other royals at the historic ceremony.

"It's very interesting. There will be an element of humiliation here for Harry," Malloy said, adding, "Watching other royals share a stage with the King and Queen while Harry is likely to be pushed aside would be very painful and frustrating."

Royal experts and commentators have speculated in recent weeks about what role the king's youngest son will play in the coronation ceremony.

Some expect Harry to play a role in the processions to and from Westminster, as he takes a stance similar to that which appeared at the late Queen's funeral in September, as he walked alongside his brother, Prince William, behind the late Queen's four sons - King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. .

However, many others suspect Harry will be "treated like a guest" and play no part in the ceremony at all, fueling the "humiliation factor" he may face.

And while Meghan will miss the coronation ceremony to stay at her home in California, to celebrate her son, Prince Archie's fourth birthday, in an intimate ceremony, Harry could be left "exposed" to royal hostilities, according to the newspaper.

Malloy said that "without Meghan's support, Harry risks exposure to hostile family members which could be difficult. He will be forced to sit behind the lines - this may feel devalued for him ... He will not be the only outcast at the coronation though, as is his Uncle Andrew." He'll be there, too."

It is expected that Prince Andrew will attend the coronation ceremony with his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, but since they are not working members of the royal family, they are not expected to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the ceremony.

And according to royal expert Omid Scobie, Beatrice and Eugenie will likely help Harry feel comfortable at the coronation ceremony, as the Duke has developed a close relationship with his two cousins ​​over the years.

The inauguration ceremony of King Charles III will take place tomorrow, Saturday, with solemn celebrations in the capital, London, to succeed his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who died last September.
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