Olaf Scholz promises that the G7 will continue to support Ukraine “as needed”
In an interview with the German news agency, the German president promised that the G7 would clarify its intention to support Ukraine “as needed” at the next European summit. DPA Released Saturday.
“We will continue to support Ukraine as needed. We want to make sure that the Russian president’s calculations do not work,” he said.
“Putin openly believes that once he captures enough territory and the international community returns to its usual concerns, everything will be fine,” he said. “It’s an illusion,” he said.
Berlin says Germany will “overuse” coal-fired power plants for its electricity
The government said on Sunday that Germany would take urgent action to deal with the recent fall in Russia’s gas supplies, especially as coal use increased.
“To reduce gas consumption, less gas should be used to generate electricity. Instead, coal-fired power plants should be used more,” the economy ministry said in a statement.
Zhelensky called for “more widespread assistance” to Ukrainians who lost loved ones in the conflict.
The Ukrainian president said Sunday that he had called for the establishment of “more public assistance” for Ukrainians who have lost loved ones in the conflict.
“I urge you to extend more assistance to the people who lost loved ones. We will certainly rebuild everything that was destroyed. Russia does not have the missiles that our people want to live in,” he said. .
“The losses are significant. Many homes have been destroyed, public logistics have been disrupted and there are many social problems,” he said.
‘We will not give the south to anyone’: Ukraine will ‘withdraw everything’ from Russian forces’ says Zhelensky
Returning from the south, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky this Sunday assures that, in a conflict that will last for years, there is no doubt about victory over the Russians and that his troops will be excited.
“We will not give the south to anyone, we will take back everything, the sea will be Ukrainian, it will be safe,” he said in a video released on the Telegram after his return to Kiev.
Boris Johnson has called on Ukraine’s allies to stand firm and for a long time if they do not want to see “occupation” victory in Europe.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday that Ukraine’s allies should firmly support Kiev if it does not want to see an “occupation” victory in Europe after World War II.
He wrote that countries supporting Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion must remain cool and ensure that Kiev has “strategic tolerance for survival and eventual victory.” Sunday Times.
“Rather than Russia renewing its offensive capabilities, it will all depend on how fast Ukraine can strengthen its defense capabilities. Our task is to give the Ukrainian side time,” he said.
Lugansk governor on fire, “preparing for the worst”
In an interview on Sunday, Sergei Kaitoy, governor of a region in eastern Ukraine that has been permanently bombed by the Russians, told the AFP that he was “ready for the worst.”
“The situation is difficult, in the city (Lisitsansk) and in the whole region,” he said, because the Russians “bomb our positions 24 hours a day”.
In Lysychansk, there are signs of preparations for street fighting: soldiers digging pits and putting up barbed wire, and police stop burning vehicles on the streets to slow down traffic.
NATO leader says war in Ukraine will last for years
In an interview released on Sunday, the NATO Secretary General warned that the war in Ukraine would last “for years”. By the German daily BildWestern nations are urging them to maintain their support for kyiv.
“We must be prepared to extend this for many years,” said Jens Stoltenberg.
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