Six things you need to know on April 30: Crimea fires, “world’s nightmare” warning, takeover of a Russian building in Warsaw

In occupied Crimea, a Russian fuel depot caught fire. Before the end of May, opposition representatives point to food prices reaching several hundred percent. Sudan’s former prime minister warns of “terrible consequences” and “a nightmare for the world” of conflict in the country. Here are six things you need to know today.

1. Fire at a Russian fuel depot in occupied Crimea

A fire broke out at a fuel depot in Sevastopol in Russian-occupied Crimea, the Ukrainska Pravda portal reported Saturday morning, citing Crimea’s self-declared authorities. “These petroleum products should be used for the needs of the Russian Black Sea Fleet,” said Andriy Yusov, a representative of Ukraine’s military intelligence.

According to Ukrainska Pravda, the fire in Sevastopol was caused by an unmanned aerial vehicle, most likely a Ukrainian drone.

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Fire at fuel depot in CrimeaPAP/EPA/SEVASTOPOL Governor’s Press Service Manual

2. Feedback on high prices

In connection with the May weekend, opposition representatives organized a press conference in which they spoke about high prices. – Morawiecki’s grill is 146 percent more expensive – Arkadiusz Marchewka, MP of Civic Alliance. – Almost 70 percent of Poles will not go anywhere for the May weekend because PiS is too expensive, said Jakub Rudnicki. According to Aleksandra Gajewska, “The authorities are getting better and better, the Poles are getting worse.”

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3. Warsaw City Hall took over the building of the Russian School

On Saturday, the capital’s City Hall took over the building of the Russian embassy-run secondary school. The property is illegally occupied. – This is simply the recovery of the property of the state treasury – confirmed the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In the evening, the President of the City of Warsaw thanked M. A surety for effective possession of the property. It is designed for education.

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4. Former Prime Minister of Sudan: The ongoing conflict in the country will become a nightmare for the whole world

Conflict Sudan could have far more serious implications than those in Syria or Libya, former Sudanese prime minister Abdullah Hamdok told a conference in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. According to the politician, a protracted fight would be “a nightmare for the world”.

Despite a series of cease-fires, the last of which stopped fighting between midnight Friday and Saturday, fighting between the regular army and the RSF, which began on April 15 with the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, has not ended in Sudan. The Andhra agency reported that more than 500 people have died in this, quoting government sources. According to UN data, about 50,000 refugees, mostly Sudanese nationals, have already gone to Chad, Egypt, South Sudan and the Central African Republic.

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5. US calls on China to stop “harassing” Philippine factions

The US State Department has urged China to stop attacking Philippine ships in the South China Sea. Reuters reported that the ministry pledged its support for the Philippines at a time of rising geopolitical tensions, particularly strained relations with Beijing.

The Philippine Coast Guard announced on Friday that a collision occurred between its vessels and Chinese vessels engaged in “dangerous maneuvers” in the disputed South China Sea. The PRC Foreign Ministry said the Philippine ships entered Chinese waters and made deliberate, provocative moves.

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read more: The US has called on China to stop attacking Philippine ships in the South China Sea

6. Papal visit to Hungary

On Saturday, the Pope continued his visit to Hungary, which began the day before. In Budapest, at the sports arena named after Hungarian Olympic boxing champion László Pop, he met young people. About 11,000 people attended the event. Francis’ speech was frequently interrupted by enthusiastic cheers and applause.

He encouraged us to take life in our hands so that the world can live in peace Pope Francis. “Just a few kilometers from here, war and suffering are daily,” he pointed out. The Hungarian-Ukrainian border is 300 kilometers from Budapest.

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