May 18, 2022

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The war in Ukraine, direct – a bomb on a school shelter in Lugansk, two dead and 60 missing. Schultz: “We will not bring NATO into conflict”

Schultz: Putin will not win

“I am firmly convinced: Putin will not winUkraine will resist. Freedom and security will win. Freedom and security triumphed 77 years ago over oppression, violence and dictatorship.” The German chancellor says so Olaf Schulze, in the address to the nation that will be broadcast on television tonight, according to the text issued by the Chancellery. “To contribute to this day means ‘never again,'” he added, quoting the famous words ‘nee Weider’, a German mantra that does not want to relive the horrors of war and the Holocaust. “This is the legacy of May 8,” he concluded.

Scholz: “May 8 Never Seen”

“For me it is May 8 Like Nobody before from now on. So I turn to you.” The German chancellor says so Olaf Schulze, in the address I addressed to the “nation”, which will be broadcast on television tonight, according to the text issued by the Chancellery. “Today, 77 years ago, World War II ended. The silence of the guns on May 8, 1945 was also a deathly silence, over the pits of more than 60 million women, men and children. Millions fell on the battlefield, millions were killed in cities and towns in concentration and extermination camps. The Germans caused these crimes against humanity.” “It is therefore very painful to see today, 77 years after the end of the Second World War, violence once again violates the law in the heart of Europe. and likeThe Russian army in Ukraine kills men, women and children‘, he concludes.

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The American affairs officer returned to Kyiv

US Chargé d’Affairs to Ukraine Christina Kevin His team returned to Kyiv today. The US embassy in the Ukrainian capital tweeted. “Just arrived in Kyiv! I am happy to be back on D-Day in Europe. Glory to Ukraine! This is a step towards restoring a US diplomatic presence in Kyiv after people were displaced across the border due to the war.

G7: Putin’s actions are a disgrace to Russia

Actions put it in at Ukraine Concentration “top of shame“to Russia and for his people. It can be read in an advertisement st 7 After the video summit with Ukrainian leader Zelensky. The Group of Seven Greats of the Earth, which also met in a video conference to commemorate the end of World War II, wrote that Putin’s “war of unprovoked aggression” against Ukraine brought “disgrace to Russia and to the historical sacrifices of its people. Russia has violated the rules-based international order.” especially the Charter of the United Nations, which was drawn up after the Second World War to spare later generations the scourge of war.” “We remain united in our determination so that Putin does not win the war in Ukraine.”

Schultz: “There is no one way, let’s continue allies”

There is no one way for Germany. All we do will be agreed Closest way with our allies, in Europe and on the other side of the Atlantic.” The German chancellor says that Olaf Schulze, in the address I addressed to the “nation”, which will be broadcast on television tonight, according to the text issued by the Chancellery. “We will not take measures that harm us and our partners more than Russia,” the Bundeskanzler said.

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White House: “G7 commitment to stop Russian oil”

G7 countries pledge to stop importing Russian oil: White House reports after video call between leaders.

Schultz: “We will not take NATO to war”

don’t do We will make any decision that leads born in war. This remains.” The German chancellor says so Olaf Schulze, in the address to the nation that will be broadcast on television tonight, according to the text issued by the Chancellery. “The fact that there should not be a world war anymore, and certainly not a war between nuclear powers, is also one of the teachings of May 8,” he added, referring to commemorating Germany’s surrender in World War II.

In Prague, hundreds are in the field in support of Russia

on 500 people Gathered today in Republic Square in the middle Prague For a demonstration against the Czech government that supports Ukraine against Russia. The participants carried Russian flags and banners with anti-NATO slogans. According to many participants, the United States and NATO are behind the war in Ukraine. “We call on the Czech government to stop sending weapons to Ukraine,” said one of the speakers, the MP. Heinek Blasko Freedom and Direct Democracy Party extremist. According to him, one of the reasons for the war was the “reluctance” of the European Union and the United States to negotiate security in the region.

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Justin Trudeau will meet Zelensky

Canadian officials reported that the Prime Minister Justin Trudeauwho is currently in Ukraine, will meet with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and “Reaffirm Canada’s unwavering support for the Ukrainian people.” The premier made an unannounced visit to IrbineOn the outskirts of Kyiv. Trudeau is the latest Western leader to visit Ukraine to support the country. The prime ministers of the United Kingdom, Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, as well as the Secretary-General of the United Nations, have already visited Ukraine.