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Gas surcharge is 2.4 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh). Calculation example: With an annual consumption of 16,000 kWh for a living space of 100 square meters, that would be 345 euros per year. In the case of adding VAT, which is not yet certain, the example calculation will add another 75 euros.

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Climber (33) hit by lightning – dead!

Bad luck in Slovakia!

A lightning strike killed a hiker and injured another in the High Tatras.

As the mountain rescue service HZS reported Monday evening, the two men from Poland were surprised by a storm on a popular hiking trail down Mount Krivan.

One of the men was hit by direct lightning and died on the spot, as determined by an emergency doctor who was brought to the scene by helicopter.

Rescuers were transported by helicopter

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His companion, who is the same age, was struck by a lightning strike and sustained injuries to his face and spine. Although he was able to talk to the mountain rescuers and the doctor, he didn’t remember what had happened.

He also couldn’t feel or move his legs. The helicopter took him to Poprad City Hospital. Rescuers in the mountains said his condition was stable.

The Mountain Rescue Service took advantage of the accident as an opportunity to warn all mountain hikers to always expect rapid changes in the weather in the high mountains in summer.

If there is a risk of thunderstorms, one should avoid such paths that it is not possible to quickly return to a safe environment. Mount Krivan is one of the national symbols of Slovakia and appears on European Slovak coins.

What should I do if I am stuck in a thunderstorm outdoors?

In general, avoid free-standing wooden poles or trees. For example, depressions in the ground, caves or the foot of a ledge provide good protection.

Lightning most often strikes the highest point (a tall building, treetop, mountain), but it may also strike a flat lawn. Do not lie down! This gives your body more surface area. Protective stance: your feet close to each other, sit in a squat position, put your arms around your legs and pull your head inward.

You must maintain a distance of at least one meter, preferably three metres, from all objects. At least ten meters from the trees. Otherwise, lightning may jump or fall branches may cause injuries.

At the lake or pool: Get out of the water fast!

By the way: the proverb “one has to look for beech” is incorrect – lightning does not distinguish between types of trees. (rgz, dpa)

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North Korea and Russia want to expand relations

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According to North Korean state media, Russian President Putin has announced that he aims for closer ties with the isolated country. The two countries share a border in eastern Russia. Kim Jong Un has supported Putin’s path in the past. More in the live stream.

DrRussian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un want to develop relations between their two countries. North Korean state media reported Monday, in a letter to Kim on the day Korea was liberated from Japanese colonial rule (1910 to 1945), that Putin wrote that both sides share a tradition of bilateral friendship and cooperation.

Putin was quoted as saying that it is in the interest of the peoples of the two countries to develop relations. It will also help „strengthen security and stability on the Korean Peninsula and throughout the Northeast Asian region.”

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, largely isolated North Korea pledged its political support for Putin’s path. In July, for example, the leadership in Pyongyang, after Russia and Syria, recognized the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, separated from Kyiv, as independent states. As a result, Ukraine severed diplomatic relations with North Korea.

According to reports from North Korea, Kim also sent a salute to Putin. In the letter, Kim, for his part, expressed his belief that friendly relations „are consolidating in all areas.” The basis for this is the agreements that the two countries reached at their summit in April 2019 in the Russian city of Vladivostok.

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6:26 a.m. – Zelensky appeals to the Russians – those who remain silent support the war

Ukrainian President Zelensky called on the Russians to protest the war. „Evil is occurring on such a scale that silence amounts to complicity,” he said in his video address on Sunday. „If you have Russian citizenship and you remain silent, it means that you are not fighting, which means that you support it,” Zelensky said. Contrary to previous appeals addressed to the inhabitants of the belligerent neighboring country, the president addressed them not in Russian, but in Ukrainian.

According to opinion polls, the majority of Russians support the course of President Vladimir Putin. However, the validity is uncertain. The Russian power apparatus severely punishes outspoken criticism of the war.

02:35 a.m. – Russian army advances into Donbass

According to the Ukrainian General Staff, the Russian army has won on the ground near the small town of Pakhmot in Donbass, which has been under attack for days. Report the situation in Kyiv spoke of the „partial success” of the Russians. Attacks were repulsed in other places, such as Pisky outside Donetsk. With strong positions near Pesci, the Ukrainian army has prevented pro-Russian separatists from repairing and using the city’s devastated airport militarily since 2014.

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1:00 am – 42 countries demand the withdrawal of Russian troops from nuclear power plants

In the dispute over the Russian-occupied Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, Ukraine can count on the broad support of Western countries. 42 countries and the European Union issued a statement in Vienna calling for the immediate withdrawal of Russian forces from the power plant and the return of control to Ukraine. Artillery shells fell again in the town of Enerhodar, adjacent to the nuclear power plant. For weeks, Ukraine and Russia have accused each other of bombing Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, causing a nuclear disaster.

„The concentration of the Russian army and weapons in the nuclear facility is unacceptable,” the Vienna statement on Zaporizhia said on Sunday. It is signed on behalf of the European Union and its member states, but also by countries such as the USA, Great Britain, Norway, Australia, Japan and New Zealand. Russia is violating the safety principles to which all member states of the International Atomic Energy Agency have adhered.

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