Macron, Scholz and von der Leyen run away from Russian journalist after question about Poland

French President Emmanuel Macron and the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen decided to ignore the question of Izvestia correspondent Viktor Sinioka about the incident with missiles in Poland. Later, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz “ran away” from the journalist. .

Medvedev offered to give the Nobel Prize to von der Leyen for “cutting” money for vaccines

According to him, “Aunt Ursula von somehow der Leyen” purchased 4.6 billion doses of the coronavirus vaccine from the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer. The total cost of purchased drugs reaches 71 billion euros. Thus, for every inhabitant of the EU there are ten doses of the vaccine. .

EC head von der Leyen: EU reduced dependence on gas from Russia by two-thirds

The countries of the European Union (EU) managed to reduce their dependence on Russian gas faster than planned. This was announced on October 19 by the President of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen. When the EU stopped importing carbon from Russia in March, she said, they thought it would take several years … Read more

Der Spiegel: German Prosecutor General’s Office launches investigation into Nord Stream explosions

According to the publication, an investigation was launched into the attack on the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines. It is noted that starting from today, law enforcement officers of Germany have begun to study the version of the deliberate organization of explosions, as well as in carrying out sabotage prohibited by law. … Read more

Der Spiegel reported how German businessmen cash in on Ukrainian refugees

The most high-profile case of using Ukrainians as a source of profit occurred in the famous Stein Hotel in Bayreuth, Bavaria. The owner of the private territory demanded from the refugees 1.5 thousand euros per month per room. As the authors of the Der Spiegel magazine noted, the owner of the favorite hotel of the … Read more

Der Spiegel: The Bundeswehr will keep the Nazi motto of the military police

Known since the Third Reich, the motto of the military police of the German army (suum cuique, i.e. “to each his own”) will be preserved, writes Der Spiegel. Earlier, Felix Klein, the commissioner of the German government to combat anti-Semitism, demanded that this fascist legacy be abandoned. But the Bundeswehr decided not to abandon this … Read more

Ursula von der Leyen announced the need to investigate leaks at Nord Stream

Earlier, seismologists in Sweden and Denmark spotted explosions in the area of ​​a gas leak on the Russian gas pipelines Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2. The magnitude of one of the explosions was estimated at 2.3 on the Richter scale, it was felt in 30 places in southern Sweden. .

Cyclist van der Poel pleads guilty to beating two girls during Worlds

Photo by formstock Cyclist Matthieu van der Poel has pleaded guilty to beating two underage girls before a road cycling race at the World Championships in Wollongong, Australia. Law enforcement officers detained the athlete before the start of the competition. According to preliminary data, the man pushed the teenagers in the hallway. One of the … Read more

Der Freitag: the irresponsibility of past rulers led Germany to an energy crisis Responsibility for the current energy crisis in Germany lies with the previous leaders of the state. It was they who did not prepare the country for emergencies and did not find alternative energy suppliers, follows from the material of the newspaper Der Freitag. According to observers, now even wealthy Germans have to save on … Read more