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© REUTERS / Fabrizio Bensch The Berlin Charité Mitte hospital, where the Russian opponent Alexeï Navalny is hospitalized, on August 22 2020. Two laboratories, one French, the other Swedish, have confirmed the conclusions of a German military laboratory: the Russian opponent Alexeï Navalny was poisoned in Novichok. After the publication of these results, Berlin and Paris put the pressure on Moscow, which continues to talk about baseless accusations.
The Russian president, an actor of peace? It would seem. According to, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize . On September 10, a group of Russian writers led by Sergey Komkov demanded that the president be recognized in obtaining the famous award, without giving the reasons for this decision.
Dmitry Peskov , spokesman for Vladimir Putin, told reporters: “You all know that completely different people are nominated for this award, it is an initiative of those who submit the nomination. "
This is not the first time that the Russian president has been cited for this award: in 2013, personalities of the country nominated him for his" participation in the resolution of the Syrian conflict and his attempt to stop the military invasion of Syria by the United States ”.
UN General Assembly: virtual face-to-face expected between Beijing and Washington
© REUTERS / Mike Segar The headquarters of the United Nations in New York, September 21, 2020. They will not be physically present at the podium, but that will not prevent the leaders of the 193 member countries of the United Nations from speaking at the 75th General Assembly. The first morning of speeches promises to be intense with speeches by the Presidents of the United States, Russia, China, France and Iran.
A few days earlier, Vladimir Putin's opponent,, was also nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by a group of university professors across the country. On the other side of the Pacific, Donald Trump’s
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