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Ukraine accuses NATO of not helping country after Russian invasion



Ukraine’s MNE Dmitry Kuleba this Wednesday accused NATO of doing “literally nothing” to help Ukraine since the start of the February 24 Russian invasion. Kuleba acknowledged that some members of the military organization “help”, but as for NATO, he considered that “as an alliance, as an institution, it is completely on the sidelines, doing nothing.”

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the head of Ukrainian diplomacy contrasted NATO’s ineffectiveness with “revolutionary and innovative” EU decisions, “which even they did not expect to take.”

Kuleba stressed that at the beginning of the conflict, “there was a public opinion that NATO is a powerful force, while the EU is only capable of expressing varying degrees of concern.” But, he stressed, “War is always a mask-falling test,” and one that ended up revealing the strength of a supposedly more fragile organization and exposing the weaknesses of a powerful military organization. “I am sorry to say this,” Kuleba apologized, denouncing NATO, expressing surprise that the organization with the most powerful military force in the world allowed itself to be intimidated by Russia.

Russia Conditions Food Corridor
Russia offered Wednesday to set up a humanitarian corridor to allow ships carrying grain and other food items to leave Ukraine, but demanded in return that most of the sanctions imposed on the country over the invasion be lifted. Ukrainian MNE Dmitry Kuleba considers this proposal an “attempt to blackmail” the international community. The blockade of Ukrainian deep-water ports on the Black Sea is at the heart of a global food crisis that is getting worse every day.

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Russian journalist accidentally discovered a mortar position
Russian journalist Oleksandr Kots, who is close to the Kremlin, accidentally revealed the position of a mega-mortar in service in Donbas, which allowed Ukrainian troops to quickly liquidate it. Kots reported in Severodonetsk and with visible pride showed the 240-mm 2S4 “Tulip”, the largest in the world, capable of firing 130-kg grenades for almost ten kilometers. But by showing the weapon from different angles, he eventually revealed its location. A day later, it was destroyed by a Ukrainian air raid.

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Kyiv is negotiating with Moscow on the release of foreign fighters – News



Moscow is holding captive “thousands” of Ukrainians and “military personnel from all over the world who have volunteered” to defend Ukraine, Zelensky reminded in statements to the US television channel NBC.

The head of the Ukrainian state thanked for the support of volunteer fighters, whom he considers “heroes”, and confirmed that negotiations are underway to release those who were captured.

“Everyone understands that the war in Ukraine today is here on this earth, but tomorrow it can happen anywhere in Europe, and the “day after tomorrow” can happen in the United States,” the Ukrainian president said.

Thus, he added, “it would be absolutely fair to say that the war in Ukraine is already a war in Europe and the United States, only – territorially – it is happening here.”

Zelenskiy’s announcement came on the same day that the defense of British citizen Sean Pinner, who was sentenced to death in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic in eastern Ukraine, announced that he had appealed the sentence.

Pinner, 48, was sentenced to death on June 9, along with fellow Briton Aiden Aislin, 28, and Moroccan citizen Braquim Saadoun, after being found guilty of participating in hostilities “as mercenaries” in support of Ukrainian forces.

Two Britons were captured by Russian forces during Moscow’s siege of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol on the Sea of ​​Azov, Brakim Saadoun was taken prisoner in March.

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Turkey lifts veto on Swedish and Finnish membership in NATO



Turkey lifted its veto on Finland and Sweden joining NATO on Tuesday.

The leaders of the three countries met on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Madrid.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has announced that Turkey has lifted its veto on Finland and Sweden joining the Atlantic Alliance after signing a memorandum that “answers Ankara’s concerns.”

“We have completed a very constructive meeting with the President [da Turquia, Recep Tayyip] Erdogan or President [da Finlândia, Sauli] Niinistö and the Prime Minister [da Suécia, Magdalena] Andersson, and I am pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement that paves the way for Sweden and Finland to join NATO,” Stoltenberg said.

The Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) spoke at a press conference at the Exhibition Park of Madrid, in the northeast of the Spanish capital, where the summit of the leaders of the North Atlantic Alliance is taking place.

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Sweden and Finland applied to join NATO on May 18 after the Russian invasion of Ukraine ended the historic policy of neutrality.

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G20 summit: Draghi says Putin’s personal involvement ruled out



Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said on Tuesday that the presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin at the next G20 summit in Bali was ruled out by the Indonesian presidency of the body.

At the summit of the group of seven most industrialized countries of the world (G7), which ended this Tuesday in Germany, they asked about The Kremlin’s announcement that Putin would attend the Bali summit in November, Draghi said that Indonesian President Joko Widodo ruled out the possibility.

Widodo “was categorical: he [Putin] not to come. What could happen – I don’t know what will happen, but what it could happen, maybe it’s remote interference“said Draghi, whose the country will hand over the G20 presidency to Indonesia in Bali.

The information has not been This was stated by the head of the Indonesian state, Joko Widodo. who will meet on Tuesday in Kyiv with his Ukrainian counterpart in an attempt to achieve a ceasefire in the conflict caused by the Russian invasion.

Joko Widodo, who attended Monday’s G7 summit in Germany, is already on his way to Kyiv, Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said. accompanies the head of state in a video message.

After a visit to Ukraine and meeting with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, The Indonesian leader is heading to Russia, where he will meet with Putin on Thursday, becoming the first Asian leader to visit the two countries since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24.

Before leaving on Sunday, Widodo said he was going to ask Zelensky and Putin an immediate ceasefire and the search for a peace agreement through dialogue.

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in spite of pressure from countries such as the US, Canada and Australia to keep Putin out of the G20 summit from 11 to 13 November.on the island of Bali, Indonesia still retains its invitation to the Russian leader.

In April, the President of Indonesia, publicly known as Jokowi, sent Zelensky a G20 invitation and said Indonesia was ready to “contribute to the peace effort”.

In the past decade, Russia has been excluded from the group of industrialized countries then known as the G8, renamed the G7 after the 2014 invasion of the Ukrainian Crimean peninsula.

with LUSA

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