Hungary allegations: Hungary responded to its accusations of blocking the Russian Federation from the international banking system SWIFT. They declare support for this step.
This was reported by Medico topics with reference to a statement by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, Peter Szijjártó, on Facebook. (Hungary allegations)
“Hungary would like peace. That is why we are working, that is why I am negotiating with representatives of the Russian and Ukrainian governments to start direct negotiations in Budapest. For this, I will also ask for help from UN leaders today and here in New York,” he wrote.
Szijjártó expressed his regret at the statements made by some representatives of international politics and the international press to cover false news and lies.
“I don’t understand how, at a time when people are dying, when there is a war, who is running the fake news factories. And now they are lying that Hungary is blocking part of the sanctions against Russia, for example, regarding the SWIFT system. Let it be clear: this is not true! We have never opposed any of the proposals for sanctions, we have not blocked and are not blocking anything,” the minister said. (Hungary allegations)
The occupiers and their accomplices put marks on UZ facilities, the government asks to destroy them
Russian invaders and their assistants in Ukraine leave marks on the objects of Ukrzaliznytsia.
This was reported in the Ministry of Infrastructure.
Road workers and ordinary citizens destroy these marks, and in two days many enemy marks on the roads have already been eliminated.
The Ministry asks to pay attention to the objects of Ukrzaliznytsia, where the appearance of these signs is also recorded.
The day before, the Cyber Police of Ukraine created a special bot for reporting detected tags that the occupiers leave on infrastructure facilities.
These points should be photographed and directed to a single base on Google Maps.
Photos must be taken through the bot and geo-tagged.
Citizens can also send information about the movement of enemies, their equipment, and target designators to the bot.
Cyprus will support Russia’s disconnection from SWIFT, – Kuleba
Cyprus will not block the disconnection of the Russian Federation from the SWIFT international banking system. France also agreed to such a step.
Medico topics write about this with reference to Dmitry Kuleba ‘s Twitter account.
Вдалося. Кіпр заявив, що не блокуватиме відключення РФ від SWIFT. Українська дипломатія продовжує працювати 24/7 та добиватися важливих рішень для захисту України від російських загарбників.
— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) February 26, 2022
“Succeeded. Cyprus stated that it would not block Russia’s disconnection from SWIFT. Ukrainian diplomacy continues to work 24/7 and seek important decisions to protect Ukraine from Russian invaders,” Kuleba.
France supported Russia’s disconnection from SWIFT and sanctions against Putin
On the evening of February 25, Presidents of Ukraine and France Volodymyr Zelensky and Emmanuel Macron had a telephone conversation. The French leader supported Russia’s disconnection from the SWIFT banking system and sanctions against Vladimir Putin.
It is reported by Medico topics with reference to Zelensky ‘s Twitter.
Щойно зателефонував Еммануель Макрон @EmmanuelMacron. Маю сказати, що він – справжній друг України. 🇫🇷 з нами у найскладніші моменти. Підтримано відключення від SWIFT і запровадження персональних санкцій проти Путіна, забезпечення оборонною зброєю. Merci la France.
— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) February 25, 2022
“Supported is the disconnection from SWIFT and the introduction of personal sanctions against Putin,” Zelensky wrote after a conversation with his French counterpart.
The head of state added that Macron also supported the supply of defensive weapons to Ukraine. Zelensky called the French leader a true friend who did not leave Ukraine in the most difficult situation.
“Merci La France,” Zelensky added.
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