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Orban in Moscow, Starmer as UK PM: Five things to know on Saturday

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Viktor Orban met with Vladimir Putin in Moscow. Labour Party leader Keir Starmer became the new Prime Minister of Great Britain. In turn, Civic Coalition politician Roman Giertych filed a report to the prosecutor's office regarding the possible commission of a crime by PiS chairman Jarosław Kaczyński. Here are five things to know on Saturday, July 6.

1. Orban met with Putin

Victor Orban arrived in Moscow and had a three-hour meeting with Vladimir Putin. – After visiting Kiev and Moscow, I understood that the positions Russia and Ukraine are very far from each other – Orban said. – Many more steps are needed to get closer to ending the war – said the Hungarian prime minister. Putin said that he treats Orban's visit as an attempt to “resume dialogue”.

On the same day, the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs he canceled the meeting head of diplomacy Peter Szijjarto with her German counterpart Annalena Baerbock.

2. Biden remains in the race

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“I am the president of the United States, I am the candidate of the Democratic Party and I am remaining in the race” for the White House – a post with such content appeared on Joe Biden's social media on Friday.

The American leader appeared in Wisconsin that day and participated in a rally. In the morning, he also gave an interview to ABC News.

READ ALSO: Joe Biden: I'm staying in the race

3. Spain and France in the semi-finals of Euro 2024

Euro 2024 without the hosts. Germany lost 1:2 to Spain after extra time and said goodbye to the event at the quarter-final stage. The goal that won them the promotion was scored by Mikel Merino just before the penalty shootout. The semi-final the French national team also advanced. The Tricolours defeated in Hamburg Portugal 5:3 after penalties. In regular time the score was 0:0, and Kylian Mbappe and Cristiano Ronaldo. For the latter, this was the last match in the European Championships.

4. Labour wins the election

Labour Party leader Keir Starmer became the new British prime minister on Friday, replacing Rishi Sunak, who resigned shortly before.

“Our country needs a reset, a rediscovery of who we are,” the new prime minister said in a speech from Downing Street. Starmer is the country's 58th prime minister.

READ ALSO: Keir Starmer is the new Prime Minister of Great Britain

Labour Party leader Keir StarmerTOLGA AKMEN/PAP/EPA

5. Giertych filed a complaint against Kaczyński

Roman Giertych filed a report to the prosecutor's office regarding the possibility of a crime being committed by the president PIS Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

As the Civic Coalition MP argued in his letter, Kaczyński “failed to notify the prosecutor's office about a justified suspicion of a crime being committed concerning the use of Justice Fund funds by Solidarna Polska candidates during the election campaign.”

READ ALSO: Giertych filed a complaint against Kaczyński. “He failed to notify the prosecutor's office”

Main image source: TOLGA AKMEN/PAP/EPA

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