Ukraine, live coverage – Orban: The European Union is considering sending peacekeepers. Medvedev: “They will return in coffins.” Putin launches new lines of foreign policy: “Remove American hegemony”

Ukraine, live coverage – Orban: The European Union is considering sending peacekeepers.  Medvedev: “They will return in coffins.”  Putin launches new lines of foreign policy: “Remove American hegemony”

“The United States announces new military aid to Kiev on Monday”.

On Monday, the United States will announce that it will send a new $2.6 billion military aid package to Ukraine. This was stated by three US officials told Reuters. The package will include surveillance radars, anti-tank missiles and precision munitions. This latest shipment brings the value of weapons Washington has sent to Kiev since the beginning of the Russian invasion to $30 billion.

Russian bombs on Avdiivka: the death of a five-month-old baby and her grandmother

A 5-month-old boy and his grandmother were killed in a Russian artillery strike on Avdiivka in Donetsk. This was announced by Andriy Yermak, the head of the Ukrainian presidential office, on Telegram, citing Ukrinform. He wrote: “The Russians bombed Avdiivka with artillery: two people were killed, including a baby born in 2022. Two more people were injured.” Pavlo Kirilenko, head of the Donetsk regional military administration, identified the injury of the child’s mother and father.

Zelinsky: Shi is hesitant, I am waiting for an answer to meet

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky believes that Chinese leader Xi Jinping is among those leaders who remain reluctant to support Ukraine, and are waiting for him to respond to signs of possible talks. “What is going on with the leader of China? This is one of those leaders who hesitate,” he said at a press conference, citing Ukrinform. “We send signals to countries and say that we are ready to meet, discuss, talk and together defeat Russian aggression. Asked about the possibility of an interview with Russia, Zelensky said. Chinese leader “We are waiting for responses from some countries.”

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Zelensky: “We need a system to punish those who attacked”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stressed that “the world needs an effective mechanism to punish the perpetrators of the main crime of aggression, a crime that opens the door to all the evils of such a war,” noting that the aggressors must be held accountable not only to history, but also to the court for everything they have done.

Zelensky visits Bucha: “Here the world saw Russian evil”

Nuclear President Volodymyr Zelensky, who is visiting Bucha today, said on the anniversary of the city’s liberation, which coincided with the discovery of torture and atrocities committed by the Russians: “On the streets of Bucha, the world saw Russian evil and evil without masks.” “People of Ukraine, you have stopped the greatest inhuman force of our time,” Zelensky said in a speech broadcast to the country, stressing that the world had “woke up” after seeing what happened there. “Russian evil will fall here in Ukraine and will not reappear. Humanity will triumph,” he said.

Kiev Air Force: “We are using smart JDAM bombs”

The Ukrainian Air Force has confirmed that it has begun using Jdam (Joint Direct Attack Munition) systems that convert bombs into high-precision “smart bombs”. We use what are called Jdam bombs. They are Western-made bombs, which our Air Force has used with some success to hit critical targets. They are slightly less powerful bombs, but very accurate. “We would like to get more to consolidate our successes on the front,” said Yuri Ikhnat, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, citing Yuri Form.

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Gershkovich “will have access to the American consulate.”

Consular access will be guaranteed for a journalist Wall Street Journal, Ivan Gershkovich, who was arrested on charges of espionage in Russia, and whom the Lefortovo Court in Moscow ordered yesterday to be imprisoned for two months pending trial. This was announced by the spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, on the station “Russia 1”. Zakharova, who then accused the United States of threatening “reprisals” against Russian journalists, said, “According to our internal procedures, access to the consulate will, of course, be given.” He commented, “If this logic continues in the public space, the situation is only going to get worse.”

Medvedev: “A soldier of the European Union to keep peace in Ukraine? Will they return in coffins?”

Any peacekeepers the EU decides to send to Ukraine must be “destroyed mercilessly,” because “immediate enemies” are rampant on Russia’s borders. This was stated by former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Medvedev added on his Telegram channel that for Moscow the peacekeeping forces of the European Union will be “wolves in sheep’s clothing”, and therefore they will be legitimate targets for the Russian forces. The former president finally asks: “Is Europe ready for a long line of coffins of its peacekeepers?”

Orban reintroduces the hypothesis of EU peacekeepers in Ukraine

Hungarian leader Viktor Orban has raised the possibility that the European Union might consider sending a peacekeeping mission to Ukraine. “We are now close to the point where, in talks between European leaders, it is possible to recognize their ability to send troops from EU member states as part of some peacekeeping missions,” Orban said in an interview with local radio. “We are close to this red line, which was previously thought to be impassable. The Hungarian leader lamented.

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Kiev: “An unacceptable truce that will give Moscow the right to stay”

“Again for points. Any ceasefire means Russia’s right to stay in the occupied territories. This is absolutely unacceptable … Ukraine has the right to transfer troops and equipment on its territory as it deems necessary. Strange, ridiculous “peacekeepers” look like that. Ukraine’s presidential advisor, Mykhailo Podolak, writes on Twitter, without quoting Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko who this morning called for an immediate “truce” in Ukraine.

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