Ukraine President Calls On Europe To Halt All Trades With Russia

Ukraine President Calls On Europe To Halt All Trades With Russia

-”Please do not sponsor the weapons of war of this country, of Russia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Kyiv: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on European leaders Monday to cease all trade with Russia in an effort to pressure Moscow to halt its nearly month-long military assault on his country.

 

The video was caught by a local mining company’s security camera, according to reports.

The Boeing 737 aircraft was flying from Kunming city to Guangzhou when it “lost airborne contact over Wuzhou” city in the Guangxi region, said the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The plane crashed in Teng county near Wuzhou and caused a mountain fire. Rescue workers have found no signs of any survivors, according to reports.

Flight Mu5735, in its final seconds, was seen in a nosedive at a great speed before it crashed into the mountains.

— ChinaAviationReview March 21, 2022

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“Please do not sponsor the weapons of war of this country, of Russia. No euros for the occupiers. Close all of your ports to them. Don’t export them your goods. Deny energy resources. Push for Russia to leave Ukraine,” Zelensky said in a video address.

Addressing Germany directly, he said: “You have the strength. Europe has the strength.”

His appeal comes as several countries in the EU, including the Baltic states, have called for an embargo on Russian oil and gas imports.

Germany has opposed an outright halt on Russian energy imports.

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EU foreign ministers are meeting Monday to discuss Ukraine and a possible tightening of sanctions.

The Kremlin earlier Monday cautioned against a European oil embargo, saying the move could “hit everyone”.

“Such an embargo would have very serious consequences for the world energy market. It will have a very serious negative impact on Europe’s energy balance,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

The United States this month announced a ban on Russian oil and gas, while Britain has said it will cut out Russian oil imports by the end of this year.

-Terrifying Video Shows China Plane Nosedive In Final Seconds

China Plane Crash: A villager was quoted by AFP as telling a local site that the plane had “completely fallen apart” and he had seen nearby forest areas destroyed by a fire.

New Delhi: A China Eastern passenger plane that crashed into the mountains today with 132 people on board is seen diving straight into the ground in terrifying footage captured by a security camera.
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The video was caught by a local mining company’s security camera, according to reports.

The Boeing 737 aircraft was flying from Kunming city to Guangzhou when it “lost airborne contact over Wuzhou” city in the Guangxi region, said the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The plane crashed in Teng county near Wuzhou and caused a mountain fire. Rescue workers have found no signs of any survivors, according to reports.

Flight Mu5735, in its final seconds, was seen in a nosedive at a great speed before it crashed into the mountains.

— ChinaAviationReview March 21, 2022

Flight tracker FlightRadar24 showed that the plane had sharply dropped from an altitude of 29,100 feet to 9,075 feet in 2.15 minutes. In another 20 seconds, its altitude was 3,225 feet, before flight information stopped.
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This decline in altitude, from cruising to landing, usually takes about 30 minutes.

FlightRadar24 showed no more data for MU5735 after 2:22 pm local time, when it had reached Wuzhou.

Worries about a plane crash started when local media reported that China Eastern flight MU5735 had not arrived as planned in Guangzhou after taking off from Kunming a little after 1:00 pm.

-Chinese President “Shocked” Over Plane Crash, Orders Probe Into Cause

“We are shocked to learn of the China Eastern MU5735 accident,” state broadcaster CCTV reported Chinese President Xi Jinping said.

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping said he was “shocked” by Monday’s crash of a passenger plane carrying 132 people in the country’s southwest and called for an investigation into the accident, state media reported.

“We are shocked to learn of the China Eastern MU5735 accident,” state broadcaster CCTV reported Xi saying, while he also called for “all efforts” towards the rescue and to find out the “cause of the accident as soon as possible”.

Ukraine President Calls On Europe To Halt All Trades With Russia

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-“Please do not sponsor the weapons of war of this country, of Russia,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Kyiv: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on European leaders Monday to cease all trade with Russia in an effort to pressure Moscow to halt its nearly month-long military assault on his country.

“Please do not sponsor the weapons of war of this country, of Russia. No euros for the occupiers. Close all of your ports to them. Don’t export them your goods. Deny energy resources. Push for Russia to leave Ukraine,” Zelensky said in a video address.

Addressing Germany directly, he said: “You have the strength. Europe has the strength.”

His appeal comes as several countries in the EU, including the Baltic states, have called for an embargo on Russian oil and gas imports.

Germany has opposed an outright halt on Russian energy imports.

EU foreign ministers are meeting Monday to discuss Ukraine and a possible tightening of sanctions.

The Kremlin earlier Monday cautioned against a European oil embargo, saying the move could “hit everyone”.

“Such an embargo would have very serious consequences for the world energy market. It will have a very serious negative impact on Europe’s energy balance,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

The United States this month announced a ban on Russian oil and gas, while Britain has said it will cut out Russian oil imports by the end of this year.

-Terrifying Video Shows China Plane Nosedive In Final Seconds

China Plane Crash: A villager was quoted by AFP as telling a local site that the plane had “completely fallen apart” and he had seen nearby forest areas destroyed by a fire.

New Delhi: A China Eastern passenger plane that crashed into the mountains today with 132 people on board is seen diving straight into the ground in terrifying footage captured by a security camera.

The video was caught by a local mining company’s security camera, according to reports.

The Boeing 737 aircraft was flying from Kunming city to Guangzhou when it “lost airborne contact over Wuzhou” city in the Guangxi region, said the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The plane crashed in Teng county near Wuzhou and caused a mountain fire. Rescue workers have found no signs of any survivors, according to reports.

Flight Mu5735, in its final seconds, was seen in a nosedive at a great speed before it crashed into the mountains.

 

— ChinaAviationReview March 21, 2022

Flight tracker FlightRadar24 showed that the plane had sharply dropped from an altitude of 29,100 feet to 9,075 feet in 2.15 minutes. In another 20 seconds, its altitude was 3,225 feet, before flight information stopped.

This decline in altitude, from cruising to landing, usually takes about 30 minutes.

FlightRadar24 showed no more data for MU5735 after 2:22 pm local time, when it had reached Wuzhou.

Worries about a plane crash started when local media reported that China Eastern flight MU5735 had not arrived as planned in Guangzhou after taking off from Kunming a little after 1:00 pm.

-Chinese President “Shocked” Over Plane Crash, Orders Probe Into Cause

“We are shocked to learn of the China Eastern MU5735 accident,” state broadcaster CCTV reported Chinese President Xi Jinping said.

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping said he was “shocked” by Monday’s crash of a passenger plane carrying 132 people in the country’s southwest and called for an investigation into the accident, state media reported.

“We are shocked to learn of the China Eastern MU5735 accident,” state broadcaster CCTV reported Xi saying, while he also called for “all efforts” towards the rescue and to find out the “cause of the accident as soon as possible”.

 

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