After the Ukraine war, every European politician tried their best to solve the issue. Even today, they continuously struggle to solve the problem diplomatically. Scholz, the German politician, has recently pushed Rusian president Putin to solve the dispute.
Putin has not yet announced any plans to cease Moscow’s military assault in Ukraine, according to the Kremlin. The time and conditions of discussions to halt Russia’s conflict must be left to Ukraine, said French President Emmanuel Macron at a press conference with Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday at the White House.
Russian soldiers shelled the freed city of Kherson and the surrounding area more than 40 times in the previous 24 hours, according to Governor Yaroslav Yanushevych on Telegram, resulting in three fatalities and seven injuries. According to him, the strikes mostly hit civilian infrastructure.
According to Ukraine’s General Staff, Russian forces continue to focus their efforts on trying to advance in the Bakhmut area while Ukrainian troops continue to block Russian advances along the front line in the eastern Luhansk and Donetsk areas.
Over the previous 24 hours, Russian troops have launched five rocket attacks against civilian facilities in the eastern Kharkiv and Donetsk regions, 30 airstrikes on army locations, and more than 35 rocket assaults on inhabited areas.
According to regional governor Oleksandr Starukh on Telegram, the Russian military bombarded the city of Zaporizhzhia overnight, starting a fire at an industrial plant.
According to the Kremlin, Putin and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz spoke about the situation in Ukraine on Friday. Germany said that throughout the hour-long discussion, Scholz “pushed for a diplomatic settlement.”
Germany reportedly started the conversation. By arming and educating the Ukrainian military, Putin denounced what he called “the destructive policies” of western nations, especially Germany.
The two also spoke about opening up Russian exports of food and fertiliser and the Black Sea grain program.
Ukraine will receive more anti-aircraft systems from Germany (12:27 p.m.)
Arne Collatz, a spokesperson for the Defense Ministry, informed reporters that Germany intends to deliver seven additional Gepard mobile anti-aircraft systems to Ukraine. In addition to the 30 Gepard tanks that Germany has previously given to Ukraine, the extra units.
According to him, the government and military firms are also discussing the availability of more ammo for the systems.
Embassies in Ukraine are receiving blood-stained mail, the ministry claims (11:24 a.m.)
According to a statement made by the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman, Oleg Nikolenko, parcels containing “animal eyeballs” are being sent to Ukrainian embassies and consulates around Europe.
The diplomatic missions of Ukraine in Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Croatia received such parcels. Vandals damaged the Ukrainian embassy’s entrance to the Vatican, while a false bomb threat was made against the mission in Kazakhstan.
Summary of The News
Putin has not announced to stop the war in Ukraine yet
Over the 24 hours, Russia has launched 50 rockets at the Ukrainian citizens