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    Zelenskyy Sacks Ukraine’s Envoy To India And Other Nations

    Kyiv [Ukraine]: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy dismissed Kyiv's ambassador to India as well as several other foreign envoys on Saturday. ...Tap to read more.

    Topless Woman At Cannes Protest’s Against Sexual Violence In Ukraine

    A semi-naked lady protestor had to be removed from the Cannes red carpet on Friday after she protested against sexual violence against women in Ukraine. ...Tap to read more

    PM Modi, Zelensky speak- discuss evolving situation in Ukraine

    Prime Minister Modi spoke on phone to President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.The phone call lasted for about 35 minutes. The two leaders discussed the evolving situation in Ukraine. PM appreciated the continuing direct dialogue between Russia & Ukraine: GoI Sources PM Modi also sought Ukraine's support in the evacuation of Indian nationals stuck in Ukraine's Sumy

    PM Modi speaks to Ukraine’s Zelensky, seeks support in evacuation of Indians from Sumy

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held a telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky amid the ongoing conflict with Russia, and sought continued support from his government for the evacuation of Indian nationals from Sumy. The Prime Minister also appreciated the continuing direct dialogue between Ukraine and Russia, Government of India sources informed. In a phone call that lasted for about 35 minutes, PM Modi thanked President Zelensky for the help extended by the Government of Ukraine in the evacuation of Indian nationals from Ukraine.

    PM Modi likely to speak to both Putin & Zelensky today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone today: GoI sources. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky today, government sources have said. The call comes amid Russia vowing to press ahead with invasion unless Kyiv surrenders.

    Putin agrees to meet Ukraine & IAEA in a 3rd country

    Russian President Vladimir Putin told French President Emmanuel Macron over the phone on Sunday that he was not against a trilateral meeting among Russia, Ukraine and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in a third country or via teleconference, but not in Chernobyl in Ukraine, the Kremlin said "Commenting on the proposal by the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency to hold a trilateral (IAEA-Russia-Ukraine) meeting in the Chernobyl zone to work out a mechanism for ensuring the safety of nuclear facilities in Ukraine. Vladimir Putin said that this idea could be useful in general, but it would be worth considering holding such a meeting via teleconference or in a third country," the statement read.

    Israeli PM Naftali Bennett discusses Ukraine-Russia situation with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz

    Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Germany, where both sides discussed several issues, including the situation between Ukraine and Russia. Bennett first arrived in Moscow on Saturday to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. After a stop in Moscow, he concluded his visit to Germany and headed back to Israel in the early hours of Sunday morning, reported The Times of Israel. Following his meeting with Putin, the Israeli PM also spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

    US in talks with Poland to send fighter jets to Ukraine: White House Spokesperson

    The United States is in talks with Poland on a deal to provide fighter jets to Ukraine, a White House spokesperson confirmed. The spokesperson also said that they are figuring out the logistics as to how the aircraft would be transferred from Poland to Ukraine. US is determining what "capabilities we could provide to backfill Poland if it decided to transfer planes to Ukraine," added the spokesperson, reported CNN News. The spokesperson did not clear what 'backfill' options were under consideration and noted that sending fighter jets into Ukraine is a "sovereign decision for any country to make".

    Russian rockets destroy Vinnytsia airport -Zelensky

    Kyiv : Eight rockets launched by Russia destroyed Vinnytsia airport located in Central Ukraine, said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday, reported...

    Mastercard, Visa suspend services in Russia

    US President Joe Biden, during a conversation with Volodymyr Zelensky, welcomed the decisions of Visa and Mastercard to suspend services in Russia, the White House said Earlier, Zelensky said on Twitter that he held phone talks with Biden on Saturday, discussing Western support for Kyiv and anti-Russia sanctions. "President Biden highlighted the ongoing actions undertaken by the United States, its allies and partners, and private industry to raise the costs on Russia for its aggression in Ukraine. In particular, he welcomed the decision this evening by Visa and Mastercard to suspend service in Russia," the White House said in a Saturday statement following the Biden-Zelensky conversation.

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