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DIRECT. War in Ukraine: in Poland, Biden will call on the “free world” to oppose Putin


Follow the evolution of the conflict in Ukraine throughout the day this Saturday, March 26.

– 07:10: Russia conducts military exercises on islands claimed by Japan

Russia has conducted military exercises on islands claimed by Japan, Japanese media reported on Saturday, days after Moscow suspended talks with Tokyo over Japanese sanctions linked to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. .

Russia’s Eastern Strategic Operational Command said it was conducting military exercises in the Kuril Islands with more than 3,000 troops and hundreds of pieces of military equipment, Russian news agency Interfax reported on Friday. The place where these exercises are taking place has not been given.

Russia and Japan did not formally end hostilities after World War II over their territorial dispute over the Kuril Islands, an archipelago located just north of the island of Hokkaido. The Soviet Union took control of these islands, called Northern Territories in Japan, at the end of the world conflict.

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– 7:00 am: In Poland, Biden will call on the “free world” to oppose Putin

US President Joe Biden will argue in a speech on Saturday in Poland that the “free world” opposes Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and that major economies agree on the need for arrest Russian President Vladimir Putin, the White House has announced.

After three days of emergency meetings with G7, European Council and NATO allies, as well as a visit to American soldiers deployed in Poland, Joe Biden will meet Polish President Andrzej Duda. Joe Biden, who took office last year, has vowed to restore democracy to his country, and to unite global democracies to confront autocrats, including Russian President and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

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