|Kiev is bombed again. Negotiations between Ukraine and Russia continue today|
It seems that Beijing has set its own price: and that is Taiwan. Over the years, Taiwan has been the most complicated issue in China-US bilateral relations and it was also seen in the conversation between Yang and Sullivan, "timely and important at this time of crisis" Beijing wrote. The United States, Yang said, should "acknowledge the high sensitivity of the Taiwan issue", and avoid "going further and further down a very dangerous path". China later accused the United States of "wrong words and deeds" and warned that supporting "separatist forces will never work". And to be clear, while Yang and Sullivan were arguing in Rome, thirteen Chinese military aircraft violated Taiwanese airspace in one of the largest attacks, based on the number of aircraft involved, since January 23. Simply put: "don't get involved in Taiwan anymore," no matter what.
Europe is moving with its usual calm. Russia's request to China for military assistance will be discussed, but only next week, by the European Council of Foreign Ministers and on April 1, in just over two weeks, at the EU-China summit. Manfred Weber, leader of the largest group in the European Parliament, the European People's Party, said: "China's direct military support for Russia's war in Ukraine will have major implications for Europe's relations with Beijing. The situation between Europe and China is already tense, but China should be aware that it could have been a lot worse." Negotiations between Ukraine and Russia will continue today. This was confirmed by the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, in a new video message, which stated that he had spoken with the Israeli prime minister, Naftali Bennett, to end the conflict "with good peace". it goes", Zelensky added announcing that talks would continue in the next few hours. Then addressing the Moscow troops in Russian: "I offer you a choice: on behalf of the Ukrainian people, I tell you that we are giving you a chance to live. If you surrender to our military forces, we will treat you as a human being. to be treated: with dignity. How you have not been treated by your soldiers. And the way your army didn't treat our people. You choose."
Maria Ovsiannikova. She is the woman who disrupts live broadcasts on Russian state TV with an anti-war cartel. Maria was arrested, but she reappeared on Twitter in a video she had previously recorded, in which she attacked the regime even more violently saying that in Russia they had all been "zombified". “What is happening in Ukraine is a crime. And Russia is the aggressor. The responsibility for this aggression is “one person and this person is Vladimir Putin”, he said in the video and added: “unfortunately I work on the channel. one in recent years and I've been working on Kremlin propaganda. And now I'm so embarrassed "," out on the street, do not be afraid. They can't imprison us all,” was the final cry. The video has gone viral, we hope it will protect it from the regime's revenge.