Ukraine – Russia, today’s war news

He fights the 57th day Of war. Russian aggression is concentrated in the East: “Moscow will ensure security returns to Donbass,” Putin threat, according to analysts Mariupol’s defenders have “a few hours” left. Having rejected the Russian ultimatum of surrender, the desperate resistance of Ukraine’s martyred city hangs in the balance. “The Russian army will have full control of the Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol by this afternoon,” proclaimed Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov. The fighters of the Azov regiment continue to fight, but they know that repelling the siege is now impossible. To save them, Kiev proposed to Moscow a negotiation session in Mariupol. Biden to announce sending new war aid

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06.47 Russia: “War will cease when NATO threat disappears”

Russia’s war in Ukraine will end when NATO stops using Ukrainian territory to threaten Moscow, a senior Russian Foreign Ministry official said. Alexey Polishchuk for the Tass news agency. “The special military operation will end when its tasks are fulfilled. These include the protection of the peaceful population of Donbass, the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, as well as the elimination of threats to Russia from Ukrainian territory due to its capture by NATO countries”, Polischuk said, adding that the military operation “is proceeding as planned” and that “all its objectives will be achieved”.

25.06 China, Xi Jinping: respect each country’s sovereignty and choices

the Chinese president, Xi Jinping he proposed a new approach to “promoting security in the world” that “respects the sovereignty of all states and the development path that each chooses.” Xi delivered a speech today at the opening of the Boao Forum, known as the “Asian Davos”, which is taking place these days on the tropical island of Hainan. “We respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries. We adhere to non-interference in the internal affairs of others and equally respect the development path that each chooses,” Xi said.


04.14. G7 finance ministers: aid for 24 billion

The G7 finance ministers announced a commitment to the international community to further support Ukraine worth more than $24 billion for 2022 and beyond, adding that they are ready to do even more if needed.
The ministers also regretted Russia’s participation in international forums underway in Washington, including the G20, the IMF and the World Bank: “International organizations and multilateral forums must no longer conduct their business with Russia in a normal way,” the statement reads. .

04.06 Biden will announce new war aid today

US President Joe Biden will today announce new provisions for Ukraine. Among the hypotheses is a new allocation of military assistance. The presidential office did not provide further details, but the US government is preparing a new $800 million package in military aid. That would bring about $3.4 billion in military assistance that the United States has provided to Ukraine since Russia invaded the country on Feb.

03.10. Maduro: “aberrant sanctions against Russia”

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro announced that his country is ready to face the impact that the sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union on Russia could have on the rest of the country after Ukraine’s invasion of the Eurasian country. . “We are preparing, we are prepared, I can say, to face the impact of the boomerang effect on the Western and world economy, after the aberrant sanctions against the Russian economy. The sanctions are aberrant. speech broadcast by the state channel.

02.50 Trudeau confirms: Canada sends heavy artillery

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed that Canada will provide Ukraine with heavy artillery to respond to the Russian offensive in the east of the country. During a press conference, Trudeau said the decision to send heavy artillery to Ukraine comes at the request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. However, Trudeau did not provide details on the shipment of that military equipment, which he framed “in the context of an illegal Russian war”. Trudeau noted that Canada is directly responding to Ukraine’s main demand “at this stage of the war”, in which Russia is trying to gain control of much of the east of the country.
Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland tweeted on Wednesday that Ottawa and Washington are working “to ensure that the Putin regime pays the full cost of its brutal war” and that Ukraine is victorious.

02.00 Governor of Luhansk: Russians control 80% of the territory

The governor of Ukraine’s eastern Luhansk region, Serhiy Gaidai, said Russian forces control 80% of the Oblast’s territory. The Russian-controlled area increased notably after the capture of the city of Kreminna on April 18, according to Gaidai. Much of the region is under the de facto control of the self-proclaimed People’s Republic of Lugansk, which unilaterally declared Ukraine’s independence on May 12, 2014.

01.41. The leader of Chechnya: until today Azovstal in the hands of the Russians

The Russian army will have full control of the Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol by this afternoon, according to Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov. “Before lunchtime or soon after, Azovstal will be completely under the control of Russian Federation forces,” Kadyrov said in an audio message posted online and picked up by international media.

01.25. Zelensky, partners begin to understand what we need

“I am delighted to say, with cautious optimism, that our partners have begun to better understand our needs. To understand exactly what we need. And when exactly we need it: not in weeks or months, but immediately. , at the moment, as Russia tries to intensify their attacks”. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this in his latest video message about Western arms shipments to Kiev.

00.01. Biden: “Horror at Images of War”

“The president is processing these images like many Americans with horror, sadness and fear for the Ukrainian people who are at risk” they assume. Then White House Spokesperson Jen Psaki responding to White House reporters on how President Joe Biden is addressing the footage coming from Ukraine.

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