German Chancellor Olaf Schulz Preparing to visit Kyiv with Italian Prime Minister Mario the Dragon French President Emmanuel Macron. This was revealed by Bild, citing French and Ukrainian government departments. He added that the three European leaders would like to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky before the G7 summit scheduled for late June.
Russian bombing At the Azot chemical plant in the city of Severodonetsk caused a violent fire after the loss of tons of oil. Lugansk Governor Serhiy Gaidai reported this on national television, without specifying whether the fire had been extinguished. Meanwhile, civilian refugees have arrived inAzot Chemical Factory They began to leave the complex. This was stated by TASS, citing the ambassador of Luhansk in Russia. Inside the factory there are about 800 soldiers and civilians.
Blitz in Kyiv Von der Line In Kyiv to meet ZelenskyUkraine is “on the right track for Europe because it has a strong parliamentary democracy,” the European Union Commission chief confirmed his announcement of a “very clear roadmap on reconstruction”. Biden-Zelensky tension. The White House chief reprimanded him for “he didn’t want to hear from us about the Russian invasion, but we had the data.” But Kyiv replies: “This is not true, we also asked for preventive sanctions.” Delivery of the first Russian passports with a simplified procedure to 23 Ukrainians in Kherson. Also wanted in Zaporizhia.
“Elon Musk He’s not only working on the Mars mission, he’s advanced our intelligence starlinksreally necessary for special missions “Ukrainian 007: Kyiv’s Ministry of Defense writes on Twitter, posting a photo of three soldiers with their faces hidden and a box with the order. The Starlink global Internet network is already available in 32 countries and the largest fleet of satellites ever was put into orbit in February , media speculation spoke about the supply of the Azov battalion in Mariupol.
The Russian Air Force bombed the border between Kharkiv and Donbass
A surprise visit to VON DER LEYEN
“I will return to Kyiv to meet with President Zelensky and Prime Minister Shmyhal. We will assess the work that needs to be done together in order to Reconstruction“Ukraine” on the progress made by the “country” in his country european road“This was stated by the President of the European Union Commission Ursula von der Leyen while speaking with a small group of international media, including the American News Agency (ANSA), on the train that took her to Kyiv. The meetings “will contribute to our assessment, which is coming soon”, Von der Leyen added, “We want to create road map Very clear about the reconstruction of Ukraine. This was stated by the President of the European Union Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, in the joint statement with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv. Von der Leyen stressed the need to combine “investments and reforms.”
Kyiv was already working The right way Before the war, it had a strong parliamentary democracy, and had a functioning administration. We see a highly digital nation. It is a country that already has trade and cooperation agreements. In the joint statement with Zelensky, von der Leyen explained that there are still reforms to be made in the area of corruption and in the area of management to attract investors. “We appreciate the tremendous efforts” made by Kyiv, he added. “The Ukrainian people have shown themselves to have a lot of strength and determination and I am convinced that together you will overcome this terrible war,” said von der Leyen. “We are by your side, Ukrainian Slava!” Now a symbolic phrase:Glory to Ukraine“.
“This is a crucial moment not only for Ukraine but for the entire European continent: Russia wants to divide and weaken the EU. Europe is its target,” Zelensky said, stressing that Kyiv was “waiting for a positive response” from the EU over Ukraine’s candidacy. “We are waiting for this support for the European summit, which promises to be historic,” Zelensky added.
“Unfortunately, the war continues and we need one,” he added Seventh set of penalties. The activities of all Russian banks, without distinction, and in particular GazprombankZelensky stressed that “Ukraine can export energy to European countries.”
Zelensky: We will fight as long as we have weapons
Biden and Zelensky
US President Joe Biden said to his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky “I didn’t want to listen” American warnings before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “I know a lot of people thought I was exaggerating, but I knew we had the information to back up (the analysis),” Biden said. Then the US president added: “(Russian President Vladimir Putin) was going to cross the border. There was no doubt, and Zelensky did not want to listen, as many other people did. I understand why, but in the end (Putin) does. . . . ” .
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked Western partners Preventive penalties Against Russia before its invasion of Ukraine, but no one heard: Presidential spokesman Sergei Nikiforov, commenting on the words of US President Joe Biden, said that Zelensky “did not want to hear” American warnings about the danger of a Russian attack. According to Nikiforov, Zelensky had three or four phone calls with Biden: the leaders exchanged opinions and assessments on the situation regarding the threat of Russian invasion. “So perhaps the phrase ‘he didn’t want to hear it’ needs clarification. Also, if you remember, the president called on partners to introduce a package of pre-emptive sanctions to get Russia to withdraw its forces and de-escalate tensions. And in this if we can. To say that our partners” don’t They want to hear from us,” the spokesperson added.
The Ukrainian president said that the outcome of the war in his country affected not only Ukraine, but also the international system. “On the battlefields of Ukraine the future rules of this world are determined,” the Ukrainian leader said in a video link to the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore. Zelensky then noted that Russia is closing ports in the Black and Azov seas, adding that “if we cannot export our food, the world will face a serious food crisis and famine in many countries. In Asia and Africa.” BBC reports it
Today, Ukrainian Agriculture Minister Taras Vysotsky said that up to 300,000 tons of grain stored in the Ukrainian port of Mykolaiv on the Black Sea, may have been destroyed by Russian bombing last week. Speaking on national television, the minister said that, according to records, at the beginning of the war, the warehouses of one of the largest agricultural stations in Ukraine in the Black Sea port of Mykolaiv contained 250,000-300,000 tons of wheat and corn. The news comes after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that due to the Ukrainian export ban, the world risks facing a “serious food crisis and famine”, addressing delegates at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore.
For now, Brussels is aware that the situation remains impasse. The so-called “Solidariety Lane” could avoid the overland transportation of a minimum part of the tons of grain still hidden in Ukrainian warehouses.
Ukraine returns to demand weapons against Russia, complains about the lack of ammunition. He flies “He wants to destroy every city“In the Donbass, but we will do everything in our power to stop the Russians as long as there is artillery from our Western partners”: so Zelensky. Nearly 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed since the Russian invasion began on February 24. This was announced by Oleksiy Aristovich, adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, citing dpa. Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said earlier this week that about 100 Ukrainian soldiers are killed every day.
The Mayor of Mariupol He talks about buildings demolished by the Russians with corpses inside, which end up in landfills with rubble. The mayor – who had fled Mariupol towards Ukraine-controlled territory – said that at first “the residents involved the residents of Mariupol in carefully dismantling the rubble” but then when they saw the actual number of bodies that had arrived, they found that they had driven out the locals on the spot. “The real number of corpses under the rubble of destroyed houses is frightening – Boychenko wrote 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. The mayor adds that since the indiscriminate demolition of the buildings took place, the bodies of Mariupol residents killed in the fighting were taken to the landfill along with the rubble. Mariupol municipality estimates that at least 22,000 residents of the southeastern Ukrainian city were killed during the first three months of the war. According to Boychenko, “Unfortunately, the real number of dead may be much higher than what is reported.”
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