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Scholz pushes Putin on a call to diplomatic solution in the Ukraine War

 Scholz pushes Putin on a call to diplomatic solution in the Ukraine War in his first phone call with Russia's President Vladimir Putin since mid-September, Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) has pushed for the quickest possible diplomatic solution in the Ukraine War. Scholz said Putin said that the withdrawal of the Russian troops, said government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit on Friday in Berlin on the approximately one -hour phone call. According to Moscow, the Kremlin boss, on the other hand, denounced the support of the West for Kyiv as "destructive".

The Russian President crossed the bridge aboard a Mercedes in the region annexed in 2014 while Ukrainian forces want to take up this the peninsula.

  Vladimir Poutine aperçu en train de conduire sur le pont en Crimée endommagé par l’Ukraine © supplied by Bang Showbiz

Vladimir Putin was seen driving on the Crimea deck having been damaged after a Ukrainian attack.

The Russian President crossed the bridge aboard a Mercedes in the region annexed in 2014 when Ukrainian forces want to take over the peninsula.

However, the choice of a German car was mocked by the Russians.

A person said with sarcasm: "A Mercedes - Si Patriotique, Putin".

Another person commented: "Why does he not drive a Lada or a Volga?"

The bridge was targeted on October 8 by a bomb attack, probably fomented by Ukrainian intelligence, and Russia responded by bombing Ukraine for days.

The left side of the structure has been damaged and additional repairs will have to be carried out according to the Russian President.

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