Volodymyr Zelensky didn’t want to hear, and many didn’t want to hearUS warnings before the Russian invasion of Ukraine:They thought I was exaggerating But I knew we had the supporting information.” To say he is the President of the United States Joe Biden who explained during a fundraising campaign how the United States predicted the February 24 attack: “We knew Putin would cross the border. There was no question, and Zelensky did not want to listen, as many others did. I understand why, but (Putin) did it in the end,” the White House chief stressed. TODAY European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen arrives in Kyivwithout announcing his mission for security reasons: “I will return to meet with President Zelensky and the Prime Minister Dennis Schmihal. We will evaluate the work that must be done together to reconstruct Ukraine and the progress made by the State.on her European journey.He explained while speaking to a small group of international media. An update on Ukraine’s candidacy at today’s meetings “will contribute to our assessment, which is coming soon,” von der Leyen added.
Friday according to whatDealingis expected Opinion of the European Commission on granting EU candidate status to UkraineOn Monday there will be the first meeting of European commissioners on the file, then on Friday the commission of commissioners – exceptionally set at the end of the working week – will decide whether to give the green light to Kyiv’s candidacy. In this case The final decision is up to the European Council, Perhaps already at the top at the end of June. As has been learned, disagreements still exist between member states over Kyiv’s candidacy. In the skeptical category are Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and Portugal, while Germany and Austria are hesitant. Eastern European countries, with Poland in the lead, are all in favor and the same goes for Italy, Spain and Greece, albeit with less enthusiasm. So far France has not shown itself in its favour. But in Brussels, what position to take Emmanuel Macron Looking at the European summit, there is also great caution as France holds the presidency of the European semester until the end of June. Commission Chairperson Ursula von der Leyen will not make any statements during her visit to Kyiv today. Its goal is for the European Union to reach a resolution that brings all 27 member states and non-discontented states together in Kyiv.
Meanwhile, the fighting in Ukraine continues and is showing New horrors of war crimes committed by the Russian army: The Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office announced that it had learned of the killing of 24 more children – compared to the numbers available so far – in the bombing of Russia’s Mariupol in May. Altogether, since the beginning of the Russian invasion, more than 287 children have been killed and more than 492 wounded: “These numbers are not final, our work continues to try to update them, in the areas where they are fighting, in those temporarily occupied and those who have been released,” the note concludes. but this is not all. Mayor of Mariupol Vadim Boychenko He denounced the Russian forces’ control of the city The demolition of 1,300 apartment buildings without removing the hundreds of bodies left under the rubble. The mayor – who fled the city towards Ukraine-controlled territory – said that at first “the residents involved the residents of Mariupol in carefully dismantling the rubble”, but when they later saw the actual number of bodies found, they immediately turned away the local residents. “The real number of corpses under the rubble of destroyed houses is frightening – Boychenko writes on the Telegram channel of the Mariupol City Council -. 50-100 people were killed in almost all the destroyed buildings and 1,300 buildings were demolished ”in the city.
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