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  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    ‘Putin must lose everything’: defiant Zelenskiy hosts western leaders in Kyiv to mark two years of war - The Guardian
    Volodymyr Zelenskiy welcomed western leaders to Kyiv[1] on Saturday on the second anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, declaring that Vladimir Putin “must lose absolutely everything”.Ukraine’s president met the prime ministers of Italy, Canada and Belgium – Giorgia Meloni, Justin Trudeau and Alexander De Croo – as well as the European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen[2].The leaders visited Hostomel airport, near Kyiv[3], which Russian paratroopers seized at the start of Moscow’s all-out attack. Ukrainian troops regained control of the airfield and thwarted Russian plans to capture the capital.“Two years ago we met enemy troopers here with fire, and ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Protesters gather in London to mark second anniversary of war in Ukraine - The Independent
    Crowds have gathered across the UK to show support for Ukraine[1] and pay their respects to the fallen on the second anniversary of the Russian invasion.Commemorations on Saturday 24 February in London[2] began with an interfaith prayer service at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Mayfair[3].Meanwhile, in Scotland[4], political and religious leaders attended a service at Edinburgh Castle[5] to mark the anniversary.Speaking ahead of the service in London, the leading Ukrainian Catholic bishop in the UK, Bishop Kenneth Nowakowski, said his compatriots are “resolved to win the war” and have experienced a “two-year unending nightmare”.References^ Ukraine^ London^ Mayfair^ Scotland^ Edinburgh Castle
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    What has Russia achieved during two years of war in Ukraine? - Al Jazeera English
    The bloodiest conflict in Europe since World War II moves into its third year.The cost of the Russia-Ukraine war is already enormous: tens of thousands of soldiers killed on both sides; thousands of civilians dead; and millions of Ukrainians forced from their bombed-out towns and cities.Yet there is little sign of an end in sight.Russian President Vladimir Putin remains defiant – saying there will be no peace until his country’s goals are met. Meanwhile, Ukraine is again appealing for more donations to replace dwindling supplies of ammunition.The European Union agreed to a new package worth $54bn earlier this month. But ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    London Ukraine march attracts hundreds calling for peace - BBC.com
    By Andre Rhoden-Paul, & Jessica Ure at Ukrainian Catholic CathedralBBC NewsPA MediaPeople marched from Hyde Park to Trafalgar SquareHundreds of Ukraine supporters have marched through central London to mark the second anniversary of the Russian invasion. Demonstrators gathered at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park before walking to Trafalgar Square for a vigil. Many were draped in Ukrainian flags and some held signs urging Russia to "stop the war". At least 10,582 civilians have died in Ukraine since Russia's invasion began in February 2022, according to the UN. As demonstrators walked through the streets, some shouted "stand with Ukraine" and women ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Arrests at Moscow protest by wives of soldiers fighting in Ukraine - The Hindu
    Russian armored vehicles are loaded onto railway platforms at a railway station in region not far from Russia-Ukraine border, in the Rostov-on-Don region, Russia, Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022. U.S. President Joe Biden announced the U.S. was ordering heavy financial sanctions against Russia, declaring that Moscow had flagrantly violated international law in what he called the "beginning of a Russian invasion of Ukraine." Chinese and Indian representatives voting to abstain from a resolution raise their hands during a U.N. Security Council meeting on the Russian invasion of the Ukraine on Feb. 25, 2022 at U.N. headquarters. Russia vetoed a Security Council ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Slovakian prime minister believes Russia started war against Ukraine because of
    Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico. Photo: AFP via Getty Images Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico has said that Russia started its war against Ukraine in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".Source: European Pravda, with reference to Aktuality[1], a Slovakian news outletDetails: Fico said on Facebook that the war started in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".Advertisement:He said that the Russian Federation’s military invasion of Ukraine is also partly serving to "mislead Russia into thinking that NATO will not expand further east".Fico described Ukraine’s possible NATO membership as an impetus for "the beginning of World War Three".Still, Fico admitted that the ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Slovakian prime minister believes Russia started war against Ukraine because of
    Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico has said that Russia started its war against Ukraine in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".Source: European Pravda, with reference to Aktuality[1], a Slovakian news outletDetails: Fico said on Facebook that the war started in 2014 because "Ukrainian neo-Nazis" were "rampant".He said that the Russian Federation’s military invasion of Ukraine is also partly serving to "mislead Russia into thinking that NATO will not expand further east".Fico described Ukraine’s possible NATO membership as an impetus for "the beginning of World War Three".Still, Fico admitted that the invasion of Ukraine is a violation of international law.Background:Following a ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Trump calls himself a ‘proud political dissident’ during CPAC speech – live - The Guardian US
    'I am a dissident', Trump says“A vote for Trump is your ticket back to freedom, it’s your passport out of tyranny and it’s your only escape from Joe Biden and his gang’s fast track to hell,” Donald Trump[1] said.“And in many ways, we’re living in hell right now because the fact is, Joe Biden is a threat to democracy, really is a threat to democracy,” Trump continued.“I stand before you today not only as your past and hopefully future president, but as a proud political dissident. I am a dissident,” he said.Email link[2]Updated at 14.21 EST
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Europeans rally for Ukraine to mark two years of Russia’s war - Al Jazeera English
    Several thousand people gathered in cities across Europe to commemorate two years since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.More than 3,000 people took part in a solidarity rally at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany on Saturday, according to initial estimates by local police.Many participants at the rally carried Ukrainian flags. Others shared their views on the war with slogans on banners and posters reading, “Russia always lies” or “The devil is in the Kremlin”. People also shouted slogans such as, “Russia is a terrorist state,”Big crowds gathered across the United Kingdom to show support for Ukraine and ...
  • Saturday, February 24, 2024
    Zelensky Vows Triumph Over Russia on Second War Anniversary - The Moscow Times
    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky promised victory against Russia on the second anniversary of the invasion on Saturday as his troops fight on despite a lack of Western aid and recent Russian gains."We will win," he said at a ceremony at Kyiv's Gostomel airport, which was targeted by Russia in the first days of the all-out assault in 2022.He spoke alongside the Canadian, Italian and Belgian prime ministers and EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen who came to Kyiv to mark the date.Ukraine's military chief Oleksandr Syrsky said he was confident of victory "because light always conquers darkness."When Russian President ...

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