REPLAY. War in Ukraine: Emmanuel Macron judges the Russian strike on a hypermarket “unacceptable”

REPLAY. War in Ukraine: Emmanuel Macron judges the Russian strike on a hypermarket “unacceptable”
REPLAY. War in Ukraine: Emmanuel Macron judges the Russian strike on a hypermarket “unacceptable”
10:50 p.m.

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8:59 p.m.

An “unacceptable” strike for Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Macron deemed the Russian strike on a DIY hypermarket in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second city, “unacceptable”, which left at least four people killed and dozens injured according to kyiv. “France shares the Ukrainians’ pain and remains fully mobilized alongside them,” the head of state wrote on X, deploring the “numerous victims” after this strike, “children, women, men,” families”.

8:49 p.m.

At least 4 people killed in Russian strike on DIY hypermarket in Kharkiv

At least four people were killed and 38 injured on Saturday in a Russian strike on a DIY hypermarket in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second city, an attack described as “despicable” by the Ukrainian president. According to the regional governor, Oleg Synegoubov, this Russian attack was carried out using two guided aerial bombs. “Unfortunately there are already four dead” and “38 injured,” he said, adding that two of the dead were “men who worked in the hypermarket.”

6:24 p.m.

Ukrainian bombing kills two on Russian border

The governor of the Russian region of Belgorod, which borders Ukraine, said on Saturday that two people had been killed there in a Ukrainian bombing. “The Ukrainian armed forces fired on the village of Oktyabrsky using a rocket launcher,” Vyacheslav Gladkov wrote on Telegram, specifying that a “man and a woman were” mortally “wounded by shrapnel. ‘shell”.

3:39 p.m.

The G7 is “progressing” and aims for an agreement in June on the use of frozen Russian assets

The big financiers of the G7 meeting in Stresa in Italy noted on Saturday “progress” in their talks on the use of interests in frozen Russian assets, laying the foundations for an agreement in mid-June at the summit of heads of state and government. “Progress has been made,” commented the host of the meeting, the Italian Minister of the Economy Giancarlo Giorgetti, welcoming to the press “the strong political position” of all the G7 countries.

3:38 p.m.

At least two dead in Russian strike on construction store in Kharkiv

At least two people were killed Saturday in a Russian strike on a construction products hypermarket in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second city, whose region has been the target of a ground offensive for more than two weeks. “We know for sure that there are two dead,” the city’s mayor, Igor Terekhov, said on Telegram. Regional governor Oleg Synegoubov also reported four injured in this strike.

3:01 p.m.

NATO boss favors Ukrainian strikes on Russian soil with Alliance weapons

In an interview with the weekly The Economist , Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO, is in favor of Ukraine being able to carry out strikes on Russian soil with Alliance weapons. Which, for the moment, the United States refuses. “The time has come for the allies to consider whether they should lift the restrictions imposed on weapons supplied to Ukraine,” he said as kyiv demanded this green light to target military installations in Russia.

And added: “Depriving Ukraine of the possibility of using these weapons against legitimate military targets on Russian territory makes it very difficult for it to defend itself.”

NATO’s boss wants to free Ukraine to strike hard inside Russia. In an interview with The Economist, Jens Stoltenberg says the rules on using Western weapons should be eased https://t.co/VqDbJXix1f ud83dudc47

— The Economist (@TheEconomist) https://twitter.com/TheEconomist/status/1794095936169284061?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

2:55 p.m.

Russia claims capture of new village in eastern Ukraine

The Russian army claimed Saturday the capture of a new village in eastern Ukraine, located near the town of Oretchetyne where it has made rapid progress in recent weeks.

2:44 p.m.

Ukraine says Russian losses total more than 500,000 troops since conflict began

This Saturday, May 25, the Ukrainian general staff indicates that since the start of the war, the Russian army has lost 500,080 men in combat. An unverifiable figure which includes, according to kyiv, the number of killed but also injured.

500,000 — russian personnel losses since February 24, 2022.

russia’s imperial ambitions cost a lot. Instead of “Kyiv in 3 days”, they lost half a million people. pic.twitter.com/dA8KNh2hVS

— Defense of Ukraine (@DefenceU) https://twitter.com/DefenceU/status/1794300718716969341?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

11:05 a.m.

A “drone wall” project validated by Russia’s neighbors

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08:59.

Volodymyr Zelensky thanks the United States for sending $275 million in arms

This Friday evening, via his the offensive led by Russia in the Kharkiv region.

I am grateful to @POTUS Joe Biden, US Congress and its both parties, as well as the American people for the new military aid package announced today.

It includes much-needed long-range missiles, precision artillery munitions, anti-tank capabilities, and other weapons.

This…

— Volodymyr Zelenskyy / Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) https://twitter.com/ZelenskyyUa/status/1794078547130134769?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

08:58.

Did Ukrainian neo-Nazi soldiers come to train in France?

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08:55.

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