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Ukraine, 007 USA: “Putin has cancer.” EU approves global anti-Russia sanctions

Russian President Vladimir Putin Sick from cancer She underwent some treatment in April. It was reported by Newsweek, citing US intelligence, that the Russian president had escaped an attack in March. 007 Americans are worried about a “paranoid” Putin who makes the war in Ukraine so unpredictable. When reporting their assessments to Newsweek, US officials warned that Putin’s increasing isolation was making it difficult for intelligence to provide an accurate assessment of Putin’s physical and mental health.

The sixth package of sanctions against Russia, which includes a gradual ban on the arrival of oil by sea to Europe with exceptions for crude oil transported through pipelines, was adopted by the meeting of ambassadors of the 27 member states. Patriarch Kirill was removed from the blacklist of the sixth EU sanctions package.

The West should prepare for a long-running “usury war” in Ukraine: This is what NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in Washington. NATO finds a “unified” way to address Turkish concerns about Sweden and Finland joining NATO: Stoltenberg added, after meeting with Joe Biden and National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan..

Ukraine, 100 days of war in pictures



About 800 people took refuge in the many anti-aircraft bunkers in the basement of the Azote chemical plant Severodonetsk, Targeted by Russian raids. This was stated by the governor of the Lugansk region in eastern Ukraine, Serhiy Gaidai, citing CNN. “There are residents who asked to leave the city, but they refused. There are also children, but not many,” he added.

“The Russian army has already destroyed almost the entire Ukrainian Donbass region and is ready to continue the killing.” The chief said that Volodymyr Zelensky In a video address to the Luxembourg Parliament. “The Donbass It was one of the most powerful industrial centers in Europe: it was simply destroyed. Let’s look at Mariupol: there were half a million people and now we do not know exactly how many citizens were killed by the occupiers. At least tens of thousands in less than 100 days,” the president said, stressing that Ukrainians want to remain independent.
In a video link speech to the Luxembourg parliament, Zelensky said that Russia currently occupies about 20% of Ukraine’s territory. UNIAN reports it. Zelensky added that Russian forces should liberate 2,603 ​​settlements.

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Zelensky: Russia controls 20% of Ukraine


“Ukraine’s accession to the European Union is not only in our strategic interest but also a moral obligation.” This was stated by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at the GLOBSEC 2022 Forum in Bratislava. “But the speed of the entry process will depend on Ukraine and the support we want to give it. Standards and conditions must be respected, and there are no shortcuts,” he explained.

“My solidarity with Ukraine, which was invaded and attacked by Russia, and I support their right to self-defense,” Angela Merkel said last night during a speech in Berlin, Tageschau reported. The former chancellor added that she supports all the efforts of the German government, the European Union, the United States, NATO, the Group of Seven and the United Nations “to put an end to this barbaric aggressive war waged by Russia.”

President Biden announced that the United States would provide Ukraine with “more advanced” missile systems to strike “strategic targets.” These are HIMARS missiles and have a range of 80 km. These will be joined by the British long-range M270 missile systems. Moscow’s anger: ‘Washington throws more fuel on the fire’. Meanwhile, European sanctions against Russia are still being rolled back after Hungary opposed the inclusion of Orthodox Patriarch Kirill in the list of sanctions-beneficiary countries. Therefore, the seal of the sixth package launched by the EU summit is missing.

The Guardian quoted Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov as saying that the number of “foreign mercenaries” in Ukraine had been halved due to Russian high-precision fire and their poor training.

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A woman was killed and a man was injured, last night, in a Russian bombing targeting a school in the city of Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine. This was announced by regional officials, according to CNN. The woman’s body was found under the rubble of the school.

The monastery of the Orthodox Church of the Blessed Virgin in Svyatogorsk was bombed. During the bombing on May 30, “Archimandrite Galaction, the monk Aristocli and Sister Varvara” were killed. Three other monks were wounded, while the number of dead and wounded laymen is unknown. This was stated by Hilarion, Metropolitan of Donetsk and Mariupol. Historical monastery of the Orthodox Church under the umbrella of the Moscow Patriarchate.

Ukraine, in Dobroslav requiem to remember the dead children


“Barbara’s aggression against Russia”
“My solidarity with Ukraine, which was invaded and attacked by Russia, and I support their right to self-defense,” Angela Merkel said last night during a speech in Berlin, Tageschau reported. The former chancellor added that she supports all the efforts of the German government, the European Union, the United States, NATO, the Group of Seven and the United Nations “to put an end to this barbaric aggressive war waged by Russia.” This is the first time Merkel has spoken publicly again in about six months. The former chancellor said she did not want outside assessments because she was off duty, but said the Russian invasion was a flagrant violation of international law and that the war was “deeply tsarist”. Merkel also spoke about human rights violations, saying that “Bosha represents this horror” and then stressing the importance of EU unity, noting that “peace and freedom should never be taken for granted.” The historic chancellor, who ruled from 2005 to 2021, spoke yesterday on the evening of farewell to the head of the DGB union, Rainer Hoffmann, who left office after years. Next week, on June 7, Merkel is expected to attend another political event for discussion in Berlin. The conversation could then focus more intensely on Russia’s past relations with Germany with President Vladimir Putin.

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M270 . Rocket Launchers
Britain has confirmed that it will supply Ukraine with the M270 long-range missile systems. British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said on CNN that the move was “closely coordinated” with the countries’ decision to provide Ukraine with HIMARS. The British government also said that the Ukrainian army would be trained to use missile launchers in the UK in order to maximize their efficiency.

80% of Severodonetsk is in the hands of the Russians
There is still fighting on the streets of Severodonetsk, but Russian forces now control about 80% of this strategic city in eastern Ukraine, according to the head of the Lugansk Regional Military Administration, Serhiy Gayde, according to CNN. “On some streets, our defenders succeeded,” Gaidi said, noting that six Russian soldiers had been captured. Fighting also continues in villages south and west of the city, as Moscow forces attempt to completely surround the Ukrainian defenses.