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Russia-Ukraine war: the news of June 29

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Russia-Ukraine war: the news of June 29

In Ukraine it is the 125th day of the war. A metal skeleton blackened by flames and surrounded by concrete debris remains of the Amstor shopping center. More than a thousand rescuers worked tirelessly a whole night, and again the following day, to remove the rubble of the building of over 10 thousand square meters reduced to ashes by the Russian bombing in Kremenchuk, in central Ukraine, motivated by hope. to find survivors among the 36 people who were officially missing. But after a full day of excavation, Interior Minister Denys Monastyrsky gave up, saying he is now “certain” that there are no survivors under the rubble.
The G7, gathered at Elmau Castle, proved united: “Putin must lose this war, we will keep the price of aggression against Ukraine high”. President Volodymir Zelensky in liaison with the UN Security Council asked for the expulsion of Russia: «The UN Charter contains the duty to maintain peace in the international arena. It is explicitly stated that member states that violate these principles can be expelled “by the Security Council,” although Russia violates these fundamental principles of the international legal order, it has not yet been brought to justice at the international level “. The Kremlin instead provokes: «Kiev surrender and there will be peace». In the meantime the bombings do not stop, Russian raids have hit Dnipro and Mykolaiv. Russian Foreign Minister Medvedev threatens: “If NATO invades Crimea, it will be World War III.”

The background – US doubts about the Kiev strategy: “The war may last too long”
Strategies – Born, Rome makes the bank with Madrid: “Now let’s strengthen the Southern front”
The case – The classic “imperialists” used for Russian propaganda
How to donate – Mirror of the Times Foundation

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Live hour after hour

01.00 – The leader of the Belarusian opposition in Zelensky: “Our peoples support each other”
In a video speech addressed to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the leader of the Belarusian opposition in exile Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya said that the peoples of Belarus and Ukraine “support each other” and that “politicians should help them to do so”. “We know that without a free Ukraine there will be no free Belarus,” said Tsikhanouskaya quoted by the Kyiv Independent. “Ukrainians have every right to live as a free and democratic nation,” the Belarusian opposition leader wrote yesterday on her Twitter account.

00.20 – Kiev: bombing of the Sumy region, 2 dead and 3 wounded
Two people died and three were injured as a result of Russian bombing in the Sumy region of northeastern Ukraine. This was stated by Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, head of the Sumy region, as reported by Ukrainska Pravda.

00.00 – Zelensky shows a video about the attack on Kremenchug
“Today I want to conclude this appeal with one of these tests, so that no one dares to deceive about the missile attack on the Kremenchug shopping center. The Russian missile struck on purpose. Obviously, this was the order. It is obvious that such coordinates were obtained by Russian killers for this missile. They wanted to kill as many people as possible in a peaceful city in a normal shopping mall. ” Thus Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in an evening video, as reported by Ukrainska Pravda, showed a video from video cameras that recorded the impact of Russian missiles on the shopping center in Kremenchug yesterday in central Ukraine. Zelensky said Ukrainian authorities have the names of everyone who decided to launch a missile attack on Kremenchuk.

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