Day 382 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Russia continues its advance in Bakhmut
Ukraine hopes for progress on path to EU at Kiev summit
Ukraine will hold a summit with the European Union in Kiev this week, the government announced on Dec. 31, as it expressed hope the conference would bring the war-battered nation closer to membership of the bloc almost a year after Russia launched its invasion.
Day 335 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Russian Forces prepare for a Decisive Counteroffensive in the Spring or Early Summer
Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
Russia sends three motorized infantry divisions to Ukraine
Russia on Petkov: The Emphasis is Not on the Weapons, but on the Fact that He initiated the Exclusion from SWIFT
"As all the EU heads of government gave speeches one after the other, the meeting dragged on late into the night. Prime Minister Petkov, as he tells it, went from one colleague to another during those hours - including Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz.
Russia suspends participation in Ukraine grain deal
Moscow on Saturday suspended its participation in a landmark agreement that allowed vital grain exports from Ukraine, blaming drone attacks on Russian ships in Crimea.
Russia made the announcement after its army accused Kiev earlier Saturday of a "massive" drone attack on its Black Sea fleet, which Ukraine labelled a "false pretext" and the UN urged the deal's preservation.
Ukraine slams Russia’s ‘dirty bomb’ claims as ‘dangerous’ lies
Ukraine slammed Russia on Sunday for alleging Kiev was planning to use a radioactive bomb in its own territory, calling the claims "dangerous" lies and prompting Western allies to warn Moscow against using any pretext for escalating the conflict.
G7 to hold crisis talks on Russia’s bombing blitz in Ukraine
The United States and other G7 powers will hold crisis talks on Oct. 11 on Russia's recent bombing blitz across Ukraine, with Britain's Liz Truss expected to insist they "must not waver one iota" in their support for Kiev.
Çavuşoğlu, Kuleba discuss missile attacks on Ukraine
Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu spoke over the phone with his Ukrainian counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba, on Oct. 10 and discussed the latest wave of Russian missile attacks on the capital Kiev and other major Ukrainian cities.
The IAEA team arrived in Kyiv: "We must protect"
The news was confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
IAEA director Rafael Grossi announced that a team of experts, which he personally leads, arrived in Kyiv on Monday evening, on their way to the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine, where they are scheduled to conduct an inspection from Wednesday to Saturday, the Guardian reports.
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Turkish, Ukrainian defense minister talks on phone
Defense Minister Hulusi Akar discussed the Ukrainian crisis and the issue of the stranded A400M Turkish aircraft with his Ukrainian counterpart, Oleksii Reznikov, on July 8.
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