By June, the German Patriot air defense system will be withdrawn from Poland. Transit of agricultural goods from Ukraine has been restored. The world’s most powerful rocket exploded four minutes after launch during a test flight. Nearly $15 million worth of valuables have disappeared from a warehouse at a Canadian airport.
1. Transit from Ukraine restored
On Friday night in the Journal of Laws has been published regulation of the Minister of Development and Technology on the prohibition of imports from Ukraine agricultural products. The regulation enables the transit of agricultural goods from Ukraine through Polish territory.
The new regulations, apart from the exception related to transit, are to maintain the ban on importing cereals, sugar, dried fodder, seeds, hops, flax and hemp, fruit and vegetables and processed fruit and vegetable products to Poland from Ukraine. Wine, beef and veal, milk and dairy products, pork, mutton and goat meat, eggs, poultry meat, ethyl alcohol, bee products and “other products” will also be banned.
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2. The world’s most powerful rocket exploded after take-off
The SpaceX Starship, the world’s most powerful rocket, unexpectedly exploded four minutes after launch. The company’s management announced in social media that the mission should be considered a success. Already the head of the company Elon Musk warned that the attempt might fail. There were no people on board the rocket.
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3. Daring theft of gold from the Toronto airport
Canadian police are investigating the theft of gold and other items worth approximately $15 million at the Toronto airport.
“In line with normal procedure, the aircraft was unloaded and the cargo was transferred from the aircraft to the holding area cargo facility,” said Inspector Stephen Duivesteyn. “On arrival, this high-value cargo was illegally removed from the warehouse,” he added.
4. Alec Baldwin cleared of charges
Actor Alec Baldwin’s lawyers said prosecutors criminal charges were dropped against him in connection with the accidental fatal shooting of cameraman Halyna Hutchins on the set of the film “Rust”.
“We are pleased with the decision to drop the case against Alec Baldwin and encourage a proper investigation into the facts and circumstances of this tragic accident,” Baldwin’s lawyers said in a statement quoted by the media.
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5. Germany wants to withdraw the Patriots from Poland
According to the current plans of the Bundeswehr, the German Patriot air defense system will be withdrawn from Polish territory by June. A spokesman for the German Ministry of Defense explained the decision by saying: “Berlin is trying to make the best use of its limited military resources.”
“Countries have been informed of the plans,” said a Defense Ministry spokesman, quoted by the Funke media group on Friday. The stationing of Patriots in Poland should end in June, while on Slovakia by the end of the year, he added.
6. The head of the UN calls for a ceasefire in Sudan
Thousands of civilians fled the capital Khartoum as gunfire and explosions rang out. Many people have fled to Chad to avoid fighting in the western region of Darfur.
7. Raid on a famous fashion house
Officials of the European Commission and the Italian Financial Guard entered the Milan offices Gucci fashion house.
An antitrust investigation is underway at the European Commission, involving companies in the fashion industry in several European Union Member States.
8. Lech Poznań players said goodbye to the Conference League
The players of Lech Poznań said goodbye to the Conference League in a spectacular style. IN rematch The quarter-final champions of Poland did not make up for the losses from the first match, but defeated Fiorentina 3:2 on the road.
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