Canada: Selenskyj terminates increased electricity exports to the EU at

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The Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj has announced increased electricity deliveries to the EU in view of the fears of energy bottlenecks in Europe. "We are preparing to increase our electricity exports to consumers in the European Union," said Selenskyj in his daily television address on Wednesday.

Der ukrainische Präsident Wolodymyr Selenskyj hat angesichts der Befürchtungen vor Energie-Engpässen in Europa verstärkte Stromlieferungen in die EU angekündigt. Die Ukraine solle © - The Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj has announced increased electricity deliveries to the EU in view of the fears of energy bottlenecks in Europe. Ukraine should become a guarantee of European energy security.

"Our exports not only allow us to increase our foreign exchange income, but also help our partners to resist Russian energy pressure." Ukraine should gradually become "a guarantee of European energy security", said the President. In Germany and other EU countries, fears of energy bottlenecks are growing in the coming months due to reduced Russian gas deliveries.

Ukraine had been connected to the European power grid in mid -March. Before the start of the Russian war of aggression against the country on February 24, the Ukrainian network was synchronized with the Russian network. At the beginning of July, Ukraine started with electricity exports to the EU via Romania. In Ukraine, more than half of the electricity comes from nuclear power.

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Trudeau says he has no faith Russia will uphold deal to export Ukrainian grain .
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's not convinced that Russia will hold up its end of a deal to reopen Ukrainian Black Sea ports to grain exports. Russia and Ukraine signed separate agreements Friday with Turkey and the United Nations clearing the way to export millions of tonnes of desperately needed Ukrainian grain, as well as Russian grain and fertilizer — ending a wartime standoff that had threatened food security around the globe. When asked Friday if he trusted Russia to uphold its end of the deal, Trudeau said he had next to no faith in Moscow.

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