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Ukraine war on newsblog PENTAGON: Russian troops have entrenched themselves on the banks of the Dnipro

265th day since the start of the war: The US and Russia are apparently negotiating in Turkey. Selenskys recaptured Cherson. All information on news blog.

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EU Council President Michel: More pressure on Russia

1:54 am: European Council President Charles Michel wants to increase pressure on Russia to end the war in Ukraine. “We should use the G20 meeting to convince all partners to put more pressure on Russia,” Michel said at a press conference in Bali. The best way to address the food crisis is for Russia to end its senseless war in Ukraine. He has no plans to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on the sidelines of the G-20 summit. Read more about the start of the summit here.

PENTAGON: Russian troops have entrenched themselves on the banks of the Dnipro

2 o’clock: After the recapture of the city of Cherson by Ukraine, the US Department of Defense expects Russian troops to entrench themselves on the opposite east bank of the Dnipro River. A senior Pentagon official insisted Monday that thousands of Russian troops are on the east side of the river. “Our current assessment is that they want to keep this area under their control.” Currently there is no evidence that Ukrainian units have crossed the river.

On the east bank, the Russians occupied most of the Cherson region. Ukraine announced that it wanted to liberate all areas of the country from Russian occupation with the help of arms and ammunition supplies from the West.

Russian boats on the Dnipro under the damaged Antonivka bridge.
Russian boats on the Dnipro under the damaged Antonivka bridge. (Source: Screenshot/Twitter@ChuckPfarrer)

Sunak pledged continued support for Ukraine

01:17: British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak reiterated his support for Ukraine at the G20 summit. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime “will hear a global chorus of opposition to its actions,” Sunak said. “Russia’s actions endanger us all.”

As long as the war in Ukraine continues, Russia’s role in the international system will never be normalized. Sunak is expected to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the summit in Bali, Indonesia.

Zelensky welcomed the US and Chinese statements on the nuclear threat

00:23: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed the US and China’s condemnation of threats to use nuclear weapons. “It is important that the United States and China together make it clear that the threat of using nuclear weapons is unacceptable. Everyone understands who these words are addressed to,” Zelensky said of the two countries’ separate statements after the meeting with US President Joe Biden. Biden with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping ahead of the G20 summit in Bali.

According to the US, both men have spoken out against Russian threats to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine. According to Chinese accounts, Xi supports new peace talks between the Moscow and Kyiv governments.

Ukraine reports thousands of abducted children

00:16: Kyiv says Ukraine is seeking international help to return thousands of children abducted to Russia. In his evening video address on Monday, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said there were at least 11,000 children whose names were known. “But these are the ones we know about. Actually, many more have been kidnapped.”

The head of the presidential office in Kiev, Andriy Yermak, discussed the problem in a large online conference on Monday. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and ambassadors from the Group of Large Industrialized and Emerging Countries (G20) also participated. “Our goal is to stop the violent abduction or deportation of children from Ukraine to the Russian Federation,” Yermak said, according to the official statement. Everything must be done to bring these children back and reunite them with their families.


SULTAN MAHMUDhttps://nextpress.news/
Bangladesh Politics, Political Development, Party Politics, International Affiars, Liberation War of Bangladesh, Peace and Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Security Studies.
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