Anti-Ukrainian sentiment in Russia

Zelensky Slams Tucker Carlson's Putin Interview as 'Two Hours of Nonsense'

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has strongly criticized the recent interview between former Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Russian President Vladimir Putin, branding it as "two hours of nonsense." Zelensky made these remarks during an exclusive interview with Fox News's "Special Report," anchored by Bret Baier, according to The Hill.

Russia Ends Decades-Old Fishing Agreement with Britain

In a move signaling heightened tensions between Russia and the West, Reuters reports that Russia has officially withdrawn from a 1956 fishing agreement with Britain. The agreement, originally brokered by Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, allowed British vessels access to lucrative fishing grounds in the Barents Sea and along the coast of the Kola Peninsula and Kolguev Island.

Ukraine debates future of downed Soviet monuments

In Ukraine's westernmost city of Lviv, a statue of the first woman in space, Valentina Tereshkova, sprawls on the ground, red paint splashed around her helmet.

The region bordering the European Union claims it was the first in Ukraine to topple all its Soviet monuments, in a nationwide ouster of symbols glorifying Kremlin rule.

Putin's Marathon Interview with Tucker Carlson: The West must Understand that it is Impossible for Russia to be Defeated in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin's extensive interview with American media personality Tucker Carlson has been released, spanning over two hours and largely reiterating familiar themes.

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