Russia-Ukraine War News: negotiations to resume today

Russia-Ukraine War News: Fifth week after occupation, aggression intensifies in Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine War News: Kyiv: Ukraine’s public sector energy company Energotam says Russian troops have withdrawn from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant area in Ukraine. However, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selensky warned that Russia’s withdrawal from the north and central regions was only a military tactic to mobilize more force for new attacks in the southeastern region.

Ukraine launches airstrikes targeting Russian fuel depot

Russia says Ukraine airstrikes on Friday targeted a fuel depot in the Russian city of Belgorod. The Kremlin said the incident was detrimental to peace talks with Ukraine.

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said reports of Ukrainian involvement in the attack could not be confirmed or denied due to a lack of military information.

Ukraine says Russian troops are withdrawing from Chernivtsi

Russian troops withdraw from Ukraine’s northern Chernivtsi. The mayor of the city was quoted by as saying.

But the situation in Mariupol remains worrying. According to sources close to the mayor, going to or from the city can be dangerous.

There are also allegations that the Russian military is blocking the delivery of supplies to those trapped in the area. It is learned that even the human corridor has not been opened.

Exemption from foreign fund transfer restrictions

Russia’s central bank says it is easing restrictions on the transfer of foreign funds to individuals in the country for six months.

However, the bank said the exemption would not apply to residents and expatriates from countries that have imposed sanctions on Russia.

“India is ready to discuss whatever it wants to buy from them,” said Russian Foreign Minister

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that Russia is ready to discuss the possibility of India buying crude oil from them. He was speaking after a meeting with Indian External Affairs Minister S Jayasankar.

Ukraine says Russian troops are returning from Chernobyl due to radiation

Ukraine says Russian troops are returning from a nuclear plant in Chernobyl after being exposed to radiation while preparing trenches for military operations. No information is available on how many people have been exposed to radiation or their health status.

It is reported that the Russians dug in a restricted area around the fourth plant, which has been closed since the 1986 nuclear disaster. Meanwhile, Ukrainian officials said the offensive was continuing in the suburbs of the capital, Kiev.

Australia with the help of Ukraine

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that he will send armored Bushmaster vehicles to Ukraine at the special request of President Volodymyr Selensky. Selensky addressed the Australian Parliament on Thursday and called for Australian-made, four-wheel drive vehicles. Morrison added that the vehicles will be delivered on Boeing C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft. But it remains unclear when this will happen.

Ukraine recaptured the villages of Sloboda and Lukashivka

British military intelligence says Ukrainian troops have recaptured the villages of Sloboda and Lukashevka in southern Chernivtsi. The British Defense Ministry also said that Ukraine was conducting a limited offensive in the northeastern part of Kiev. The ministry added that there had been a series of airstrikes and missile strikes in Chernivtsi and Kiev, despite Russian claims that it would reduce attacks in the area.

Ukraine-Russia talks to resume; Putin warns European countries

As the fifth week of the occupation approaches, aggression in Ukraine is on the rise again. Ukraine has already begun preparations for an offensive in the south and east. Meanwhile, talks between the two countries will resume.

Thousands of people have been killed so far in Russia’s military operation. More than 40 million Ukrainians have been forced to flee their country. As President Vladimir Putin decided to move forward with the confrontation, the United States and other allies imposed sanctions, including on Russian businessmen.

Russia will respond to EU sanctions, the RIA news agency reported, citing a senior Foreign Ministry official.

“It simply came to our notice then. Irresponsible sanctions have already adversely affected the daily lives of ordinary European people, ”Nicolai Cobrinets told PTI.

Meanwhile, European consumers of Russian gas will have to pay in rubles (Russian currency) from Friday. But European countries did not accept Putin’s demand. Putin described the move as an attempt to extort money from Germany, Russia’s largest consumer of gas.

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