Green light from the Eurochamber to the resolution, which asks to provide Kyiv with “military aid for as long as necessary” and invites the Commission to “seriously consider the supply of fighter planes, helicopters, missile systems and an increase in ammunition”. Zelensky rules out negotiations with Putin. Joe Biden will deliver a speech on the first anniversary of the outbreak of the war on February 21 in Warsaw, on the same day as Vladimir Putin’s speech.
“I don’t trust them,” Zelensky says of talks with Putin
“I can’t talk to him because I don’t trust him,” Zelensky says of the possibility of talks with Putin. Meanwhile, Moscow expelled four Austrian diplomats and launched its fifteenth large-scale attack against Ukraine in the country’s north and west—the new Kharkiv bombing.
The EU resolution calls for planes to be sent to Kyiv
Green light from the Eurochamber to the resolution, which asks to provide Kyiv with “military aid for as long as necessary” and invites the Commission to “seriously consider the supply of fighter planes, helicopters, missile systems and an increase in ammunition”.
Moscow’s support for the Crimean attack confirms the United States’ involvement.
“Statements made by a senior State Department official (Undersecretary for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, ed.) regarding support for Ukraine’s attacks in Crimea are clear confirmation that the US is directly involved in the conflict. Moscow considers this position as a clear manifestation of the bellicose attitude towards it”. Igor Girenko, the spokesman for the Russian embassy in the United States, declared it.
He went on to say that the US administration is fueling Kyiv’s ambitions to attack our country. The entire international community should finally realise that the US is the true instigator of the conflict in Ukraine.”
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