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Sweden summons Russia’s ambassador over his threatening statements about the country’s membership in NATO

Swedish authorities summoned Russia’s ambassador to the country, Viktor Tatarintsev, on Wednesday to protest a series of comments in which he asserted that Swedish territory would become a “legitimate target” for Moscow’s retaliatory measures should it finally join NATO.

Sweden’s foreign minister, Tobias Bijlström, referred to it as “a clear attempt to exert influence” and insisted that “Sweden’s security policy is determined by the state itself and no one else”.


Ukraine reports the illegal deportation of nearly 20,000 Ukrainian children by Russia

Ukraine’s Ministry of Reintegration stated that Russia has illegally deported 19,541 Ukrainian children, while 4,390 children are in occupied territories.


Zelensky invites Xi Jinping to Ukraine: “We are ready to receive him”

And the Ukrainian president confirms that they are already “ready to receive him”. In an interview with the Associated Press published on Tuesday, Zelensky officially invited Chinese leader Xi Jinping to visit Ukraine.


Poland expects the next package of EU sanctions to be “tougher” against Belarus

Poland’s Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, announced on Tuesday that the next package of EU sanctions for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will be “More severe” against Belarus After Moscow announced the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of its neighboring country. “This package will definitely include more measures towards Belarus (…). “It will be tougher on (Alexander) Lukashenko’s regime,” the Polish Prime Minister said in Bucharest during a joint press conference with his Romanian counterpart, Nicolae Ciuka.

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Ukraine confirms a new $2.5 billion US economic aid package

The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Schmygal, confirmed this Tuesday that the US administration will send a new economic aid package, valued at Rs $2.5 billion, more than 2300 million euros. As highlighted by the Ukrainian government portal, this money will arrive in Kiev through the IBRD project, and will go to pay doctors, pensioners, homeless people, and help low-income families. “It should be noted that since the beginning of the year, Ukraine has received nearly $5,000 million – more than 4,600 million euros – in support from the European Union, and more than $2,000 million – more than 1,800 million euros – in aid from the United States,” she stressed. Ukrainian government.

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