Presidents of Ukraine

Zelensky: "Ukraine will return to Donbas"; Strong explosions in Energodar

For days, the two sides have been accusing each other of shelling the area around the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia.
Energodar authorities claim that a Ukrainian drone was shot down over the nuclear plant. Previously, the Russian Ministry reported that Ukrainian forces fired nine shells at the nuclear power plant.

Day 176 of the Invasion of Ukraine: At least 6 Killed in Russian Bombing of Kharkiv

Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:

Zelensky, Erdogan and Guterres will talk in Lviv

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Ukraine for a tripartite meeting. In a few hours in Lviv, he will meet with the presidents of Ukraine and Turkey.

War - Day 175: Nuclear power plant hit?; "The Russians must withdraw"; PHOTO / VIDEO

Tension continues over the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. Again, the two sides exchange accusations of shelling the area around the nuclear power plant.
After the detonation of ammunition in a warehouse in Dzhankoi in the north of Crimea, a regional emergency regime was introduced. Fighting is also taking place throughout the Donbass.

Zelensky warns Zaporizhzhia ‘catastrophe’ would threaten whole of Europe

A "catastrophe" at the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine would threaten the whole of Europe, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned on Monday.

"Under the cover of the plant, the occupiers are shelling nearby cities and communities," Zelensky said in his evening address.

Negotiations with Russia would mean one thing - Russia won... Are you ready for that?

The restart of negotiations would not contribute to the goals of the Ukrainian government, Mikhail Podolyak, assistant to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, told the Ukrainian "Babel", reports RT.
"Today, Ukraine has no motivation to conduct negotiations," said Podolyak, adding that "the opportunity to win this war is much more important than any situational pause."