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Entertainment War in Ukraine: What must be remembered from Tuesday September 27

05:30  28 september  2022
05:30  28 september  2022 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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kyiv and Western capitals denounced the referendums of annexation of Ukrainian regions occupied by the Russian forces, which claim victory.

  Guerre en Ukraine : ce qu'il faut retenir de la journée du mardi 27 septembre © supplied by Franceinfo

the prorussian authorities welcomed, Tuesday, September 27, results from the annexation referendums of four Ukrainian regions occupied by Russia. These referendums, considered as a "masquerade" according to Paris and disputed by very many Western countries , led according to the prorussians to the victory of the "yes" to the annexation. On the humanitarian level, a ship loaded with 1,000 tonnes of French aid will leave Marseille on Wednesday. Franceinfo returns to the significant facts of Tuesday September 27 on the war front in Ukraine.

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The "yes" to the annexation prevails in four Ukrainian regions occupied

It is the major fact of the day, which consecrates the political offensive of Vladimir Putin in Ukraine: the prorussian authorities of the Ukrainian regions of Zaporijia, Kherson , Louganansk and Donesk claimed the victory of the "yes" in favor of an annexation by Russia , during the annexation referendums organized by Moscow.

Moscow has also once again brandished the threat of nuclear weapons to defend these territories, which represent more than 20% of the surface of Ukraine. A position confirmed by the Kremlin spokesperson Dmitri Peskov, who recalled Russian military doctrine, which provides for the possibility of such strikes in the event of an attack on Russian territory.

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Zelensky replies to the prorussian authorities of the

occupied regions in a video posted on Telegram, Volodymyr Zelensky assured that Ukraine would act to defend its people. "We will act to protect our people: both in the region of Kherson, in that of Zaporijjia, in Donbass (and also) in the currently occupied areas of the Kharkiv region and in Crimea," said the Ukrainian president in His first reaction after the announcement of the results by the prorussian authorities.

Westerners massively condemns these

referendums The allies of Ukraine denounced these polls, organized in an emergency in the face of the progression of the forces of kyiv. The UN Deputy Secretary General for Political Affairs repeated Tuesday at a meeting of the Security Council on these annexation referendums, the United Nations support for "the territorial integrity of Ukraine" in its " recognized borders ".

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The G7 has sworn not to "recognize" the results and Washington promised a "severe" replica by means of economic sanctions. Through the voice of its ambassador to the UN, China called for respect for "the territorial integrity of all countries".

The peace process in neutral

"It is clear and understandable" that kyiv cannot discuss under these conditions, assured the evening the Ukrainian president. "The recognition by Russia of 'pseudo-referendums' as 'normal', the implementation of the (same) scenario as in Crimea and yet another attempt to annex part of Ukrainian territory means that we do not have Discuss with the current Russian president, "he said in a video recorded and broadcast at a meeting of the International Organization for the International Organization.

For Catherine Colonna, the time for the dialogue necessary at the end of the conflict has not yet come ". "I do not think that, on the one hand as on the other, the time is still at the moment at the opening of a dialogue again," the French Minister of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday.

A ship loaded with 1,000 tonnes of French aid will leave from Marseille on Wednesday

a ship will leave the port of Marseille on Wednesday with more than 1,000 tonnes of aid for Ukraine on board. This is the most important humanitarian routing brought by France since the start of the Russian invasion at the end of February, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on Tuesday. The operation was announced on August 24 by French President Emmanuel Macron on the occasion of the Ukrainian national holiday.

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