Ukraine, the latest news. Transnistria, border eruptions. Biden launches new aid package for Kiev

Ukraine, the latest news.  Transnistria, border eruptions.  Biden launches new aid package for Kiev


Efforts to evacuate civilians from the Azovstal steel plant continue, after Zelensky’s recent conquest of the peace premise with the abandonment of Crimea. Yesterday, dozens of people were evacuated from the factory yesterday and handed over to representatives of the United Nations and the Red Cross as the United States prepared to send artillery ammunition, radar and other equipment to Ukraine. The Russian armed forces fired on a column of cars of civilians fleeing a city occupied by Moscow in the Kharkiv region, killing at least 4 people.

The war in Ukraine: what are the possible developments
  • Moscow: American and European weapons destroyed at night

    The Russian Defense Ministry said that Russian forces destroyed US and European weapons and equipment last night in air strikes in the Kharkiv region of eastern Ukraine, as well as three ammunition and fuel depots near Odessa (southwest).

  • German intelligence: “We fear the pro-Russian May 9 demonstrations”

    German intelligence is predicting possible pro-Russian demonstrations in Germany on May 9, the day Russia celebrates the Soviet Union’s victory over the Nazis. “It’s an ideal date used by Russian propaganda,” said the head of the local intelligence agency, Thomas Haldenwang, in an interview to be published tomorrow by Die Welt newspaper. “On May 9, we expect pro-Russian activities such as car rallies and demonstrations across Germany, including probably the display of the letter Z, which has become a symbol of the Russian invasion of Ukraine,” Haldenwang was quoted as saying by German news agency DPA. Therefore, federal and individual security authorities are preparing for these possible demonstrations next Monday, according to the newspapers of the Funk Group, with a primary focus on Berlin and North Rhine-Westphalia.

  • Transnistria, four explosions near the border

    Authorities in the breakaway region of Transnistria in eastern Moldova have reported at least four explosions near the border with Ukraine allegedly caused by a drone. The Ministry of the Interior in the separatist region stated that the explosions occurred around 9:40 pm yesterday, without harming people, according to Russian media. News of the bombings comes after local authorities reported on April 25 of attacks and explosions at offices housing institutions of the pro-Russian separatist government.

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