Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has warned that Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is “just the beginning.” And Moscow has the design to capture other countries The Russian general said he wanted full control of southern Ukraine. “Like us, all nations that believe in the victory of life over death must fight with us. They have to help us because we are first in line. Who will come next? ”Zelenskiy said in a video conference late Friday.
Rustam Minnekayev, Deputy Commander of the Central Military District of Russia. Russian state media quoted him as saying that there would be full control over southern Ukraine Provide access to Transnistria, a Russian-occupied territory in western Moldova.
Moldova’s foreign ministry said on Friday it had summoned Moscow’s ambassador to express “deep concern” over the general’s comments.. Moldova was neutral, it said. Moldova formally applied to join the EU last month, listing the pro-Western trend accelerated by Russia’s invasion.
Fears continue to mount for hundreds of civilians at the Azovstal steel plant in the besieged port city of Mariupol, with a troop of Ukrainian militants remaining last. Russia’s Defense Ministry has said it is ready to allow civilians to leave the iron ore industry if Ukrainian forces surrender. But according to Pedro Andriyushchenko, an adviser to Mariupolin’s mayor, Russian forces continue to bomb the plant.
Another mass grave has been discovered outside Mariupol, The Associated Press, quoted the city council and the mayor’s adviser as saying. The city council released a satellite image of Vynohradne, a 45-meter-by-25-meter-high mass grave outside the village that could hold the bodies of at least 1,000 Mariupol residents, provided by Planet Labs.
Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vareshchuk said that “there is a possibility of opening a humanitarian route.” Saturday Mariupol. He spoke to people waiting to be evicted online.
Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu’s stated intent is to introduce “new methods of warfare”. I implicitly agree that Russia’s progress is not intentional. “, The UK Ministry of Defense said in its latest intelligence update. The MoD said it would take some time for Russia to change tactics and improve operations, and therefore “likely to continue to rely on bombings in an attempt to suppress Ukrainian opposition.”
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has called for the release of Vladimir Kara-Mursa, Russia’s main opposition activist.He was detained outside his home in Moscow on April 11, just hours after CNN aired an interview in which he criticized Russia’s actions. Ukraine.
He will meet with United Nations President Antonio Guterres Putin in Moscow next week, Searching for the result of bleeding. The UN says Guterres may also visit Zhelensky in Kiev. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday that talks between Russia and Ukraine had stalled.
The U.S. military expects more than 20 countries to take part in the security talks centered on Ukraine It will be held in Germany next week and will focus on part of Kiev’s long-term security needs, the Pentagon said Friday.
Western allies are preparing to provide Ukraine with a series of “security guarantees.” This will make the country “immovable” for future Russian invasions, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told a news conference.
After Johnson’s announcement, Zhelensky said he was “grateful” for Britain The British Embassy in Kiev reopened.
Russia’s Defense Ministry says one sailor was killed and 27 others are missing after a missile fired at Russia’s flagship warship Moscow., Sank last week In the Black Sea south of the threatened Ukrainian port of Odessa.
By burying civilian bodies in Mariupol, Russia is hiding evidence of its “barbaric” war crimes. Killed by shell attack on a new mass Up to 9,000 people may have died, local officials said. It comes later An American satellite imaging company released photos that matched the site.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Human Rights (OHCHR) says there is growing evidence of war crimes in Ukraine, describing the war as a “horror story of civilian atrocities.” According to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, “almost every resident of Pucha City has a story about the death of a relative, neighbor or stranger.”
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