Very good afternoon and welcome to Europe news presented by Desi teacher in Europe. These are the headlines on July 1, 2022:
1. Turkey is agreed for Sweden and Finland to join the NATO alliance
2. If Putin was a woman, he would not have started a war: Said by British PM Boris Johnson
3. The energy utility of Helsinki has planned to construct a €400m tunnel to utilize seawater for heating homes
4. Heatwaves are continued in Europe
5. Snake Island is returned to Ukraine after the Russians withdraw
6. Topic of discussion today: Topic of discussion today: What is NASA’s time machine :the James Webb Telescope?
If you remember my very first opinion about the process of Finland and Sweden joining NATO, I always use to say that no one can stop both countries from joining NATO. Now, you all are witness to watch this. For Sweden and Finland to join the NATO alliance, the route has been made clear. The NATO alliance will now be expanding at its fastest rate in the last ten years. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, is thought to have stoked significant antagonism by taunting NATO in this circumstance. Now, Russia’s two other neighbors, who had previously been neutral, will also join its hostile alliance.
The announcement was made at NATO summit just a day after removing Turkey’s objection. This is a Big blow for Putin.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, would not have begun a furious and forced war if he was a woman. In an interview with local German media after the G-7 conference Johnson stated that one of the main causes of the Russo-Ukraine war is Putin’s intention of showing power and force. He urged more women to hold positions of leadership as a step toward achieving world peace. Senior security officer Nikolai Patrushev stated that Russia “would undoubtedly retaliate to such aggressive measures.”
The construction of a 400 million euro tunnel system that enables the use of saltwater in district heat production has advanced. thanks to HELEN, the energy utility of the City of Helsinki. The project’s alliance partners were announced by Helen on Wednesday. The Spanish company Acciona and the Finnish company YIT will the project partners. According to Helen, the group will develop a strategy for transferring heat from seawater to heat pumps that will be installed at its plant in Salmisaari, a district of Ruoholahti, over the course of the next two years.
In many nations, the severe heatwave has caused temperatures to surge much beyond the June average. On Wednesday, Norway recorded a temperature of 33 C, which is much higher than the usual June temperature of 13.5 C and is supposedly the hottest temperature ever recorded in Europe inside the Arctic Circle. On Monday, Poland experienced mid-thirties-degree temperatures, and areas of eastern Germany saw many sites exceed 37C.
The Russian army announced on Thursday that it has left Snake Island, a crucial fortified Moscow location in the Black Sea that had recently come under Ukrainian bombardment. The action, according to the Moscow defense ministry, was “a symbol of goodwill” and was intended to speed up grain exports. The Russians were reportedly forced to leave the island in two speedboats by a barrage of Ukrainian artillery and missile strikes, according to the military of Ukraine. The little island became famous when, in response to Russian requests that they surrender, a member of the small Ukrainian army guarding it used an expletive on the first day of the Russian onslaught
The most potent telescope ever built, James Webb, operated by the US space agency NASA, will shortly reveal “the deepest picture ever” of space. The image will be released next month, according to the space agency’s announcement. This photograph will be taken by the $10 billion James Webb Telescope, which is situated at an altitude of 1.2 million km immediately beyond the Earth when viewed from Sun.
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