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Russia’s war in Ukraine and news after Navalny’s death, live

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Russia’s war in Ukraine and news after Navalny’s death, live

World leaders are calling for continued support for Ukraine as the second anniversary of Russia’s war on the country approaches. German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock emphasized the need to maintain military support, stating that suspending aid would only benefit Russian President Vladimir Putin. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak urged the free world to stand by Ukraine and renew its resolve. France’s ambassador to the United States, Laurent Bili, emphasized the importance of European Union countries and the United States supporting Ukraine, stating that “time is running out” to deliver aid. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated his country’s unwavering support for Ukraine, highlighting the imposition of over 2,400 sanctions on Russia and ongoing efforts to secure long-term security commitments and the safe return of abducted Ukrainian children. As the world marks this somber anniversary, leaders are reaffirming their commitment to standing with Ukraine in its fight for peace and sovereignty.

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