Ukraine-Russia war, live the last minute

330 days have passed since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This has taken new way When will it be a year after the war? As calls grow from Kyiv and Western countries add to the field of combat tanks, the new military commander appeared in the Kremlin for the first time over the weekend with a speech. Massive attacks Rockets in the occupied country left 45 people dead in a residential building. While Zelensky ordered an investigation into the aviation accident that killed the Home Command and 11 other people, he stated that he would take back Crimea and the rest of the occupied territories.


The United States and its European allies converge on Germany against possible shipments of Leopard tanks to Ukraine in the background

On Friday, the Ukrainian Defense Contact Group, organized by US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, met at Ramstein Air Base. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is attending. Zelensky is waiting anxiously to see if pressure on German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to facilitate the delivery of Leopard tanks to Ukraine pays off.


Russia says it has not threatened to use nuclear weapons

The Russian ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, confirmed today, Thursday, that there is no authority in the country that threatens to use nuclear weapons.

“Frankly, we have long ceased to be amazed at the empty and irresponsible accusations that our country allegedly threatens to use nuclear weapons. No one in the Russian political and military leadership spoke like that.

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According to the Russian diplomat, Washington has unleashed an all-out hybrid war against Moscow, arguing that it is “exploiting NATO partners” by “forcing” countries to invest money in military financing.


Zelensky thanks the United States for its “strong” $2.5 billion in military aid to Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked the United States on Friday for a new $2.5 billion military aid package for Ukraine, which includes hundreds of armored vehicles.

“Thank you to the President of the United States (Joe Biden) for providing Ukraine with another strong defense support package,” Zelensky said on Twitter. The weapons in this program, which does not include the heavy tanks requested by Kyiv, are “important assistance in our fight against the aggressor,” he stressed.


The United States announces a new military aid package to Ukraine without tanks

On Thursday, the United States government announced a new $2,500 million (€2,300 million) military aid package to Ukraine, highlighting the lack of M1 Abrams tanks, at the request of the Ukrainian executive.

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