NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made a surprise visit to Kyiv. This is his first visit to Ukraine since the Russian aggression began and is being read as a clear sign of solidarity ahead of preparations for a Ukrainian counter-offensive.
Stoltenberg honored the memory of the fallen Ukrainian soldiers and inspected destroyed Russian weapons in the center of Kyiv.
The leak of intelligence information was defined by the Pentagon as a "serious risk to the national security of the United States". The case is being investigated by the US Department of Justice, and the disclosed documents contain classified information about the war in Ukraine, as well as data on Washington spying on both its adversaries and allies.
They referred to secret Pentagon documents that were leaked online.
"One document reveals that the U.S. spied on Zelensky," the channel said.
As it is added, a source close to the Ukrainian president is not surprised by this situation and called it "expected". It is also noted that Ukrainian officials are deeply disappointed by the leaked documents.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said during his visit to Poland that he expects solutions to be announced in the coming days and weeks to ease Polish farmers' anger over Ukrainian grain imports.
The Ukrainian president said that at the talks in Warsaw, he discussed the problem with Ukrainian and Polish farmers and found a solution.