News about the war in Ukraine on Monday, May 9, live. Zelensky: Ukraine shows that we are already an integral part of the free world and a united Europe. A Navalny collaborator: Putin was not a strategist, he was a strategist, he had a plan, so there would be a war.
போர் The war in Ukraine has reached its 75th day.
There is a wait Speech by Vladimir Putin on Victory Day: Many analysts are confident that the Russian president will re-package special military operations in Ukraine.
⁇ Yesterday There First Lady Jill Biden And Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Ukraine. In the country U2 and The Edge Bono Performed on the Kiev Metro and traveled to Pucha, Irfin and Porodianka.
The United Nations G7 wants Putin not to win the war while he is president Zhelensky Calls for the expulsion of Russians from across Ukraine.
The Azov battalion at the Mariupol steel plant has no intention of abandoning and declares: We will fight to the end. The bombings in the Mykolaiv area did not stop. Explosions a Odessa.
On Tuesday, May 10, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi will meet with US President Joe Biden in the United States. At the center of the talks: aid to Ukraine, sanctions against Moscow and competition for independence from Russian gas.
06:45 – China: Trade revenue with Russia rises (+ 25.6%).
Trade turnover between Russia and China in the first four months of 2022 increased by 25.9% to $ 51.09 billion compared to the same period last year: figures released by the Chinese Customs Administration. During the period under review, Chinese exports to Russia increased by 11.3% year-on-year to $ 20.24 billion, while exports from Russia to China increased by 37.8% or $ 30.85 billion. In the same month of April, trade turnover between Russia and China reached $ 12.66 billion: exports from China to the Russian Federation reached $ 3.8 billion, while imports from Russia to China reached $ 8.8 billion.
6:25 am – Capture Borel, Moscow to rebuild reserves
EU High Representative for Foreign Policy Joseph Borel recommends in an interview. Financial Times – EU member states should consider seizing frozen Russian foreign exchange reserves to support the cost of rebuilding Ukraine after the war.
04:06 – Japan announces gradual embargo on Russia’s oil imports
Japan has in principle banned the import of crude oil from Russia, in agreement with other Group of Seven (G7) countries. The announcement was made by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the sidelines of an online meeting with leaders of other industrialized nations. For Japan, which relies heavily on raw material imports, Kishida acknowledged that curbing crude oil imports from Russia would have to be gradual and without economic consequences. However, in a televised interview, the Prime Minister explained that the correspondence between countries’ global and fundamental values has never been as important as it is now, and that the world is at a historic crossroads.
00:47 – Zelensky, we are already an integral part of the United Europe
Ukraine has shown that we are already an integral part of the free world and a united Europe. This is in stark contrast to the loneliness of Moscow, the evil and hatred that everyone will see tomorrow: these are the words of the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zhelensky in a video speech on the eve of Europe Day
The 72nd anniversary of the Schuman Declaration marks the beginning of a journey to create the European Union.
11:57 pm – Navalny collaborator: Putin’s war will be long
Putin is not a strategist, he is a strategist, he had a plan to jump, so a war will happen for a long time without specific changes. I do not think there will be a general mobilization or a nuclear war. This was done by Alexei Navalny’s right-hand man, Leonid Volkov, a How is the weather In Roy 3. The conflict in Ukraine will last for months or years, Putin is not ready to admit defeat and losses, he added, and should focus on changing the mindset of frustrated Russians, and there are many more concerns. Within the elite around the world. He noted that this could be a decisive factor in bringing the war to an end. Volkov will be in Brussels next week, where he will meet with High Representative Joseph Borel.
11:42 pm – New trade restrictions on GB, Moscow and Minsk
The British government has announced new trade sanctions on Russia and Belarus over the Ukraine war. Export restrictions and tariffs on Russian industry will be increased, especially on palladium. International Trade Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyn said in a statement that these major sanctions would further damage the Russian war machine.
11:04 pm – Guterres (UN): Terrified by the Russian attack on a school in Lukansk.
UN Security Council calls for immediate end to hostilities in eastern Ukraine Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was stunned and called for the rescue of the public. His spokesman Stephen Dujarric made the remarks after condemning President Gelensky for the G7. Spokesman Guterres said it reaffirms that civilian and civilian infrastructure must always be preserved during wartime. This attack, like many other conflicts, reminds us again that in this war, it is the civilians who are paying the highest price.
10:47 pm – 174 civilians expelled from Mariupol arrive in Saporizia.
More than 170 civilians evacuated from Mariupol, including about 40 from the Azovstal steel plant, arrived in the southeastern city of Zaporizhia, which has become a welcome center for people fleeing areas occupied by Russian troops. There are children and the elderly, one of them in a wheelchair. In all, 174 people traveled in eight buses from Mariupol hell, Osnad Lubrani, the UN humanitarian coordinator for Ukraine, stressed on Twitter. Lubrani added that the new measure brings the total number of people evacuated from the area to more than 600.
10:35 pm – Trudeau announces reopening of Canadian embassy in Kiev.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced the reopening of his embassy in Kiev with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky. Trudeau also promised other military assistance, including drones, satellite imagery, small arms, ammunition and demining funds.
10:09 pm – Zhelensky: At least 60 people are killed in a Russian attack on a school in Lukansk.
Yesterday, in the village of Pilogorivka, In the Lugansk region, a Russian bomb killed at least 60 civilians. This was stated by the President of Ukraine Zhelensky during a video conference speech at the G7 summit. At the school, where about 90 people were staying, 30 people were rescued, but 60 people were under the rubble, and it was feared that massacres would take place from the beginning.
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