Is it safe to travel to europe with the war in ukraine?
The food crisis currently brewing globally as a result of a perfect storm of factors, with the Russian invasion of Ukraine and drought featuring prominently, has highlighted the European Union’s problems in asserting itself in the battle over the narrative about the war and its aftermath. The European External Action Service is due to deliver an action plan to governments in the coming weeks to counter the Russian narrative. But the problems go back a long way, experts warn, and this battle will also be a long one.
Some countries and international organizations blame EU sanctions for the food crisis “We should be more assertive in the battle of ideas” and do it “in a professional way,” defended Josep Borrell, high representative for European foreign policy, in a meeting with several correspondents. “We have to be present with our truths, have a plan and fight back, because Russia, helped by China, is doing it in a very organized way, like a real battle.” This is what the EU intends to do, he explained, “by redoubling our work to counter foreign propaganda and information manipulation in a professional way.”
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The European Union closed the entire airspace of its 27 countries to Russian aircraft on Sunday, following a steady stream of airspace closure announcements by member countries over the weekend.
The zone was expanded from 100 to 200 nautical miles from the Ukrainian border with Russia. EASA argues that the expanded zone now considers the “risk posed by the threat of missile launches to and from Ukraine.”
“We have guests traveling in late March and early April to Poland, but that is more than a month away. It’s impossible to say now how it will evolve. We are basically in wait-and-see mode,” Kozlowski said by email.
Tourists with short-term plans to visit Poland are advised to book accommodation in advance, “as some of the hotel infrastructure may be earmarked for those in need.”
“IATA is helping to facilitate the relevant and timely exchange of information with airlines from government and non-government sources to support airlines in planning their operations around the airspace closures in Ukraine and parts of Russia.”
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Ukrainian Energy Minister Hermann Galushchenko has warned that it is not possible to repair the line, as any such task is currently impossible because of the fighting in the area.
The Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Argentine Rafael Grossi, will release on Tuesday a report on his mission to the Ukrainian nuclear power plant of Zaporiyia, occupied by Russian forces, and will then report on its contents to the UN Security Council.
The German government announced Monday that it will leave two of its three nuclear power plants in reserve in case they are needed to make up the energy shortfall next winter and thus suspends the decommissioning of these facilities.
“This way we can act in the worst-case scenario,” explained Economy Minister Robert Habeck in an e-mailed statement. The government remains “committed to phasing out nuclear power,” Habeck, minister for the environmentalist Greens party, stressed.
La guerra puede llegar a Europa
Por primera vez, la UE financiará la compra y entrega de armas y equipos a un país atacado. También estamos reforzando nuestras sanciones contra el Kremlin. https://t.co/qEBICNxYa1- Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) 27 de febrero de 2022
12:15 hBerlín (Alemania), 27/02/2022.- El canciller alemán Olaf Scholz recibe una ovación durante una declaración del gobierno en el parlamento alemán ‘Bundestag’ en Berlín, Alemania, 27 de febrero de 2022. Se espera que el canciller alemán Olaf Scholz dé explicaciones tras un cambio de rumbo en el conflicto de Ucrania. El 26 de febrero de 2022, el gobierno alemán decidió entregar armas antitanque y obuses. (Alemania, Ucrania) EFE/EPA/CLEMENS BILAN