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July 4, 2022 Russia-Ukraine News

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Follow the latest news about the Russian War in Ukrainehereand read more about today's progress in the following posts. 

43 minutes ago

Zelensky said that the reconstruction of Ukraine "beyond the restoration of walls" I have. " From CNN's Chris Liakos and Kostan Nechyporenko

, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky revive his country in a nightly speech to the country on Monday. A "very important day" as a conference dedicated to the beginning of Lugano, Switzerland.

But he says the reconstruction of Ukraine should go beyond "the repair of the walls we had, destroyed by the bombardment".

"Ukraine must be Europe's freest, most modern and safest country in every sense, especially in terms of our environment. I'm sure it will. Let's do it. "

Zelensky warned that recovery efforts should be focused not only next year but also now. 

"The Ukrainian army has released more than 1000 settlements from the occupiers and new settlements are added every week. Well, for example, in the south of our country. All of them suffered massive destruction, which also means the need for huge amounts of money to restore infrastructure, return medical and social services, and restore normal economic life. There are tens of thousands of destroyed homes in the area alone, "he said," a significant portion of the economy was destroyed. "

" That's after the Ukrainian recovery wins. Not only what we need to do later, but also what we need to do now. And we have to do it with our partners throughout the world of democracy. Do it now. " He said.

Zelensky congratulates US President Joe Biden and the American people on Independence Day, saying that "superhuman efforts" are needed to respond to daily Russian attacks. , Clos the speech.

"But we have no choice, this is about our independence, our future, the fate of the Ukrainian people as a whole," he said.

1 hour 44 minutes ago

Sweden supports NATO's open door policy, Prime Minister Kyiv

From CNN Rob Iddiols

Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during a joint news conference on July 4, in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson and Ukraine at a joint news conference in Kieu, Ukraine, on July 4th. President Volodimir Zelensky. (Alexey Furman / Getty Images)

Sweden "will support NATO's Open Door Policy," Prime Minister Magdalena Anderson said Monday with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kieu. Said at a joint press conference. 

NATO's "Open Door Policy" states that the decision to invite countries to join the alliance must be based on an agreement between all allies, the tenth of its founding treaty. Based on the article.

"When we become members, we will support NATO's open door policy. That's it. Anderson said with Zelensky.  

Sweden and Finland, adjacent to Sweden, completed accession negotiations at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Monday. The alliance said in a statement. In it, he describes the military obligations and commitments of NATO member countries. 

Both countries have maintained a neutral position for many years, but NATO in the country. Support for accession is growing. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. 

Anderson also said Sweden "has room for further sanctions" against Russia.

"If so, I think there are different opinions within the European Union," said Anderson, "now on the right path," and "we are accepting it." Added. 

Zelensky personally congratulates Sweden and the Prime Minister on the historic decision that the NATO summit in Sweden and Madrid joined the alliance under accelerated procedures, of course. I want to. "

4 hours 7 minutes ago

The British Prime Minister proposes to find an "alternative route" to move grain from Ukraine

From CNN's Rob Id Diols

The international community needs to find an "alternative route" to transport grain supplies from Ukraine Yes, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday. 

After meeting with fellow G7s last week, in parliament Johnson suggested using railroad tracks or the Donau River if Turkey's Bosphorus was unreliable. 

"We are considering all possible options," Johnson said, "we are trying to get a small amount of grain, including railroads." 

Ukraine has accused Russia ofblocking its portand trying to "steal" Ukraine's grain. The United Nations states that Russia's blockade of Ukraine's ports has already raised global food prices and could cause catastrophic food shortages in parts of the world.   

On Monday, Ukrainian authorities appealed to Turkey to detain Russian-flagged vessels carrying grain from Ukraine. 

"Turks are absolutely essential to solving this and they are doing their best," Johnson said. "Thanks to President Erdogan for his efforts. It depends on the Russians who agree to allow the grain to come out." 

Britain provides demining facilities and insurance protection It's available, Johnson added.

"There is an alternative solution in the Black Sea where Britain and other warships do not exist," Johnson said. "If you can't use the route, if you can't use the Bosphorus, you need to consider another way to move the grain from Ukraine."

"It's a tougher approach and I What we are paying attention to is the possibility of using the river, especially using the Donau River, "says Johnson. 

4 hours 58 minutes ago

Ukraine has frozen $ 12 million worth of Russian and Belarus assets The Prosecutor's Office says

From Anastasia Graham-Yul of CNN in London

The Ukrainian Prosecutor's Office has assets worth $ 12 million belonging to companies in Russia and Belarus. Announced the freeze of. 

According to a statement posted on the prosecution's website, the assets include 300 railroad containers containing mineral fertilizers found to violate Ukrainian customs regulations. increase.

"To ensure that the property is preserved as evidence and its potential confiscation, the Public Prosecutor's Office, based on the decision of the investigative judge of the Shebchenkiwsky District Court in Kyiv, I have imposed a freeze. "The statement has been read.

According to the statement, the Ukrainian Economic Security Department and the Large Tax Evasion Department are conducting an investigation.

4 hours 44 minutes ago

Photo taken by a Russian astronaut holding the flag of the Donbus area occupied by the International Space Station

From the CNN Uliana Pavlova, Yulia Kesaieva, Chris Liakos

Russian cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev, Denis Matveev and Sergey Korsakov pose with a flag of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic at the International Space Station (ISS), in this picture released on July 4.
Russian Astronaut OlegArtemyev, Denis Matveev, Sergey Korsakov self-proclaimed Lugansk People's Republic (Los Cosmos / Reuters) at the International Space Station (ISS) in this photo released on July 4

3 people Russian astronauts are depicted at the International Space Station on Monday with the flags of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People's Republic (LPR) and Donetsk People's Republic (DPR). .. 

"Roscosmos and our astronauts Oleg Artemiev, Dennis Matbeev, and Sergey Korsakov are working at the International Space Station today and head of the LPR, Leonid Pasek. Joined Nick and celebrated "New Great Victory Day". The Russian space agency said in a message posted on the official Telegram channel.

On July 3, the leader of the self-proclaimed separatist Luhansk People's Republic said that the separatists in eastern Ukraine were "liberated with the help of Russian troops" on Sunday. He said he was forced to withdraw from Lysychans'k, the last holdout in the region.

"This is a long-awaited day. The occupied territories in the Luhansk region have been waiting for eight years," added a message from Roscosmos. e, some interpret this as a symbolic sign of solidarity with Ukraine. 

The head of Roscosmos said at the time that his crew was not representing Ukraine, but was wearing the color of his alma mater, Bauman Moscow State Technical University. I denied speculation.

5 hours 26 minutes ago

The German Prime Minister described the high inflation caused by the Russian invasion "historically". Called "Challenge"

From CNN's inflation Berlin's Capella

Germans were caused by the Russian invasion We must work together to meet the “historical challenge” of rising living costs. Ukraine's Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Monday after meeting with trade union and employer association leaders. 

"The current crisis will only be within a few months," Schortz told reporters. "We need to be prepared for this situation so that it does not change in the foreseeable future."

"Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine has changed everything. At the same time, the supply chain has continued. It's confusing. Pandemics and general uncertainties are increasing. " "We can only overcome the crisis if we jointly agree on a solution."

Schortz started a series of meetings on Monday, unions, employers, The so-called "cooperative action" with federal banks, scientists and governments stimulated the "spirit of unity". To address the inflationary challenges posed by soaring energy costs.  

Germany will spend € 30 billion (US $ 31.3 billion) to help households with rising costs, the Prime Minister said.

4 hours 44 minutes ago

Proceedings of a captured British fighter against a death sentence by the DPR court, Russian state media

From CNN Uliana Pavlova and Chris Liakos

British citizen Aiden Aslin stands behind bars in a courtroom in Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) on June 9.
British citizen Aiden Aslin on June 9th in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) ) Standing behind the bar in court. Related news)

Last month, Aiden Aslin, a British civilian defense team sentenced to death by a court in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), told Russia's national news agency TASS. He appealed for the exclusion of some articles from the DPR criminal law, citing lawyer Pavel Kosovan on Monday.

Aslin's defense sought to dismiss the proceeding "because the defendant's actions were innocent," TASS quoted attorney Pavel Kosovan.

On June 9, British Aiden Aslin and Sean Pinner, along with Moroccan citizen Brahim Sardoon,, reported by DPR, then Russian state media.

According to the RIA, three foreigners were captured in Mariupol in mid-April during "training to carry out terrorist activities."

According to Russian state media, an appeal was filed last week on behalf of Shaun Pinner and Brahim Saadoune.

7 hours 8 minutes ago

UK announces further Belarusian sanctions

From Benjamin Brown of CNN in London

The United Kingdom has announced a new sanctions package against Belarus over its role in supporting Russia's invasion of Ukraine. This includes a trade block of about £ 60 million ($ 73 million) commodities.

New economic, trade and transportation sanctions announced by the UK's Foreign Federal Development Agency (FCDO) on Monday will ban the export of refined petroleum products while banning the import of Belarusian steel. That is. , Advanced technology components and luxury products.

According to the FCDO, sanctions will come into effect on Tuesday, banning Belarusian companies from issuing debt and securities in London.

"The Belarusian government actively promoted Putin's invasion, Russia used its territory to pinch Ukraine, launch troops and missiles from the border, and fly Russian jets into the airspace. "The FCDO statement said. "(President Alexander of Belarus) Lucashenko also openly supported the Kremlin's story, claiming that Kyiv had" provoked Russia "to justify Putin's bloody invasion."

The UK previously introduced tariffs on various Belarusian goods and sanctioned some Belarusian citizens and businesses.