Ukraine says Russian troops are withdrawing from Kharkiv Russia withdrawing from around Kharkiv

Russian troops are reportedly withdrawing from the western Ukrainian city of Kharkiv after weeks of attacks but no significant progress has been made.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selensky has said that the Ukrainian military is doing its utmost to resist the Russian occupation and that the rest will depend on the support of European allies. One by one, the Ukrainian army recaptured the villages of the Donbass industrial area in the east. Russia’s focus on the Donbass failed to capture the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.

But even here the Russian army is sweating uncontrollably. The U.S. Senate delegation, led by Republican leader Mitch McConnell, met with Selensky. The G7 summit called on China to withdraw its aid to Russia as the war becomes a global issue.

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