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Josep Borel Fontelles, a Spanish politician from the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, has announced that he will travel to Skopje for the meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), but will not talk to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. BTA reported.

Borrell explained at a press conference with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Brussels that he would not want the EU's seat at the OSCE meeting to remain empty. He explained that he would participate in the official dinner, but would have to return quickly after that because of other meetings in Brussels.

The High Representative announced that the main work on the new sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine has been completed and expressed hope that the relevant decision will be adopted in December. I see no signs of EU fatigue with the war in Ukraine, everyone is concerned and acknowledges the successes of Ukrainians. We can't afford to be tired, he said. Borrell pointed out that the total EU assistance to Ukraine already reaches 27 billion euros.

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According to him, Russian President Vladimir PutinVladimir Putin - a Russian politician. Born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg.In will use the winter to continue to terrorize the Ukrainian population and damage the energy grid. Russia is trying to use the tragedy in Gaza to cause further destruction and suffering in Ukraine and hopes that the world's attention has been diverted by another tragedy, Borrell said. I wanted to assure Dmytro Kuleba that the conflict in the Middle East does not distance us from our intention to support Ukraine.

Kuleba noted that there is still no decision to use the seized Russian property in the EU to rebuild his country. He expressed hope that the European Commission's recommendation to start accession talks with Ukraine will be followed at the upcoming European Council meeting in mid-December.

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