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Russia Claims Interception of 87 Ukrainian Drones in Overnight Assault

Governor Vasily Golubev of the Rostov region confirmed the drone attacks and noted that while there were no injuries reported, the attacks did result in power outages in several areas. "Our emergency services are working tirelessly to restore power and ensure the safety of our residents," Golubev stated

G7 Agrees to Use Frozen Russian Assets to Fund $50bn Aid for Ukraine

The Group of Seven (G7) nations have reached a landmark agreement to use frozen Russian assets to raise $50 billion (£39 billion) to support Ukraine's defense against invading Russian forces

Russia Sends U.S. Reporter Gershkovich’s Espionage Case to Trial

On Thursday, Russian prosecutors advanced his case to court, accusing him of spying for the CIA—a charge vehemently denied by both Gershkovich's employer and the U.S. government

Ukrainians have sacrificed and lost too much for anyone to talk on their behalf: Ville Cantell

WorldRussiaUkrainians have sacrificed and lost too much for anyone to talk on their behalf: Ville Cantell
“There is only one viable option. A peace through a free and liberated #Ukraine. Any other solution will not lead to a lasting peace”, said by Ville Cantell, Director at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, Sustainable Development and Trade Communications.
Cantell said the above-stated suggestion as well as the solution to a question asked by Minna Ålander, which was a general question which asks the general audience about, “before demanding for peace negotiations, who do they want peace.”
Cantell further added that, “And it is insulting to suggest anything over the head of Ukrainians. They have sacrificed and lost too much for anyone to talk on their behalf. Our job is to support them, for as long as it takes.”
The question asked by Minna Ålander, reads as follows, “Before demanding peace negotiations, ask yourself (and be honest) – for whom do you want peace ?
a) for Ukraine
b) for Russia
c) or for yourself because you don’t want to be bothered ?”
She further added that, “Also: not all wars end in peace. Russia has committed too many atrocities for Ukrainians just to get over it. Even when the fighting ends at some point, don’t expect a speedy reconciliation. The wounds of this war are so deep that it will take a long time to heal.”

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