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Russian-registered cars with nine or fewer seats will not be able to enter Norway from midnight on Oct. 2, the Norwegian Foreign Ministry announced on Sept. 29.
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The state-owned Russian energy company Gazprom has released figures showing that its gas production fell by 25%, Russian news agency Interfax reported on Sept. 28. The reporting period compares the first half of 2023 with the first half of 2022.
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President Volodymyr Zelensky took part in a commemorating ceremony at Babyn Yar, where Nazi Germany committed a massacre of the Kyiv's Jewish population, Ukraine's Federation of Jewish Communities reported on Sept. 29.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (C) walks with Bulgaria's Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov (R) as they prepare to address a joint news conference in Sofia on July 6, 2023. (NIKOLAY DOYCHINOV/AFP via Getty Images)
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Following his visits to Bulgaria and Czechia, President Volodymyr Zelensky said he's headed to Slovakia to meet with the country's leadership on July 7.

Zelensky will hold talks with President Zuzana Caputova, Prime Minister Ludovit Odor, and the National Council Speaker Boris Kollar.

They will discuss Slovakia's military assistance to Ukraine, the July NATO summit, Kyiv's Euro-Atlantic aspirations, and the Ukrainian peace formula.

The negotiations will also focus on bilateral cooperation and energy security, according to Zelensky's press service.

Ahead of the next NATO summit in Vilnius, Kyiv is actively seeking to mobilize additional support for Ukraine's membership bid. Ukraine hopes to receive a "clear signal" from allies regarding its membership prospects at the summit, set to take place on July 11-12.

Zelensky is also set to meet with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul later on July 7, according to the Turkish Presidency's Directorate of Communications.

Zelensky's international trips are usually not announced in advance for security reasons.

Zelensky argues with Bulgarian president over his opposition to arming Ukraine
During his July 6 visit to Sofia, President Volodymyr Zelensky argued with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev over his negative stance on arming Ukraine in a televised meeting cited by Politico.
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