The Supreme Court of the People’s Republic of Donetsk is self-styled British “mercenaries” were sentenced to death Aidan Aslin, 28, of Nottinghamshire, Shawn, 48, of Bedfordshire, and Soutun Brahim, a Moroccan citizen fighting for the Ukrainian army. Russian agencies report it.
The military has accused pro-Russian people of being “mercenaries”, but the BBC reports that British families were in the Ukrainian army. Both Britons serve as members of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and the BBC explains that they should be treated as prisoners of war and should not be prosecuted for their involvement in the war. The sentence, announced today by an internationally unrecognized Donetsk court, is the first sentence the accused can appeal.
British and Moroccan “mercenaries” sentenced to death by the Donetsk People’s Republic have the right to apologize. According to Toss, this was stated by a court of pro-Russian separatists.
Boris Johnson’s government “Deep concern“Two British” mercenaries and a fellow Moroccan soldier were sentenced to death by a self-proclaimed pro-Russian court in Donetsk. “They are prisoners of war, we have repeatedly said they should not be. A spokesman for Downing Street commented that London did not exclude every British prisoner of war from working with Ukrainian authorities, including the “citizen” of the Kiev forces.
Foreign Office owner Liz Truss has condemned the death sentences of two former British soldiers, Aidan Aslin and Shawn, who were later identified as “mercenaries” in the service of Kiev forces by a pro-Russian court. Those who hold them in eastern Ukraine. ”“ They are prisoners of war. Defendants in a show trial This is not entirely legal, “said Boris Johnson, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.” My thoughts are with them and their families.
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In Ankara No agreement was reached A spokesman for the Kremlin Pesco said the cargo was being exported to Ukraine via the Black Sea. UN Secretary-General Guterres insists: “An agreement is needed to allow safe export of food produced in Ukraine across the Black Sea, which is” necessary for hundreds of millions of people. ” Moscow threatens the West: Wheat can only come out if barriers are removed.
And Putin, speaking to young Russian entrepreneurs, warns that Russia will not “fall.” In the same web of the Soviet UnionIts economy will remain open. “The challenge facing the country today is to” rebuild and strengthen, “he added.
Asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky, who addressed the OECD cabinet Exclusion of Russia from the FAO, UN for Food and Agriculture in Rome. “There can be no discussion of extending Russia’s membership in the FAO. What will be Russia’s position if it causes famine for at least 400 million people, if not more than a billion?”, He told a video conference in Paris. Led by the year Italy.
Conflicts, meanwhile, continue: Bombed the chemical plant Azot in Severdonetsk, where about 800 civilians have taken refuge. The UN is almost talking Five million refugees Ukrainians in Europe.
Ukraine, Zhelensky called on Russia to withdraw from the FAO
‘Bombs on asylum for 800 civilians’ – Between last night and last night there were two bombings by the Russian army, where about 800 civilians, 200 civilians and about 600 residents took refuge. At least two workshops were attacked, including one for ammonia production. This was stated by Sergei Kaidoy, head of the Lukansk regional military administration, which was informed by Ukrinformal, but there was no information about the fate of the civilians. There are also some Ukrainian military units inside the factory, which, according to pro-Russian militants, have retreated following the Moscow military offensive.
With Western long-range weapons Ukraine “can clean up Serotonetsky (Russian troops) in two or three days”. Lugansk regional military chief Sergei Kaitoy wrote in a telegram that at this time the Confederate army was forcibly attacking the industrial area and that evacuation of civilians was not possible.
UN appeal – “The Russian invasion of Ukraine must be stopped, but until that happens, we need immediate action: 1. We need to bring stability to global food and energy markets. 2. Make resources immediately available to help countries and impoverished communities.”: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres wrote in a tweet.
‘5 million refugees’ – The Guardian reports that nearly five million Ukrainians have been registered in Europe since the start of the war, according to UN refugee agency figures. A total of 4,816,923 Ukrainians have been registered as refugees in 44 European countries since February 24, according to a UNHCR update. But many more would have actually left the country: as of June 7, data shows that more than 7.3 million border crossings have been recorded outside Ukraine. A further 2.3 million crossings were registered back home. 90% of those who fled abroad because Ukrainian men between the ages of 18 and 60 are eligible for military service and cannot leave are women and children. The UNHCR said the war in Ukraine was “one of the biggest human migration crises in the world.”
More news from various fronts – Ukrainian troops killed 30 Russian soldiers yesterday and destroyed three ammunition depots, two armored vehicles and four military vehicles from Moscow, according to the Southern Operations Command in Kiev, according to Kyiv Independent.
Russia has deployed 30 T-62 tanks in the village of Vasylivka, 35 kilometers south of Zaporizhzhia (south): according to Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Oleksandr Motuzianyk, Kyiv Independent.
Since the start of the war on February 24, Ukrainian forces have carried out 1,100 airstrikes against the Russian military. This was announced by the Kiev Air Force Command, which stated that targets such as weapons, troops and logistics bases had been attacked. This was reported by the Kiev Independent.
“We are committed to providing Ukraine with all the equipment and tools it needs to counter Russian advances and push them back as far as possible.” The U.S. media reports that Jack Sullivan, the White House’s national security adviser, made the announcement. “We are concerned about every occupation of Russia, every inch of Ukrainian territory they occupy, bomb and destroy.” Sullivan adds. To this end, we are committed to providing the necessary weapons to counter Kiev.
The body of a French journalist – The remains of journalist Frederick Leklerk-Imhoff, who died in Ukraine, arrived in France at night, welcomed by his family, loved ones and the French Minister of Culture Rima Abdul Malak. When he arrived at Borget Airport, a moment of silence was observed.
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