Putin angry over increasing supply of arms to Ukraine warns Germany-France, read important updates related to war

Putin angry over increasing supply of arms to Ukraine warns Germany-France, read important updates related to war

On the 94th day of the Russo-Ukraine War, Moscow wreaked havoc in eastern Ukraine by continuing its fierce fighting. Even five deputies in the legislature of Primorsky province in Russia's the Far East have written an open letter to President Vladimir Putin demanding the withdrawal of the military. On the other hand, the governor of Luhansk province claimed that some 10,000 Russian fighters had entered the area, while several units of Russian troops were already present here. On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned the leaders of Germany and France against increasing arms supplies to Ukraine. They have said that they can further destabilize the situation in the western country.

In a letter to Putin, five deputies of the Primorsky state legislature have called on Russia to stop fighting immediately. A Communist Party deputy Leonid Vasukevich has said the country could be better served by using youths fighting in Ukraine to work in Russia. Meanwhile, the devastation caused by Russian forces in eastern Ukraine has been two and a half. Luhansk Governor Serihi Gaidai claimed that Russian fighters continued to attack the area and wanted to gain an edge in the area. On the other hand, the Russian army has captured Ukraine's main railway hub city of Liman, while it has launched three-sided attacks on the city of Severodonsk. The capture of the city of Lyman is considered a major success for the Russian army.

 
Zelensky claims victory over the Russian army
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in two of his speeches declared a final victory over the Russian army in one of the deadliest battles in the eastern part of the country. Addressing Stanford University students virtually, he said, "Ukraine is a country that has broken the myth of the extraordinary power of the Russian military." "Now Russia is trying to take over the whole country, but we are in a strong position," he said. Later in an address to the nation, he said, "Lemon is still under Ukraine's control." If the occupiers think that Lyman or Severodonesk will belong to them, they are wrong.

America will remove Turkey's objections to joining Sweden-Finland in NATO
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he hoped Turkey's objections to Sweden-Finland joining NATO would be resolved soon. Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Havisto is on a US visit and Blinken told reporters here with him. He said the US sees no reason why Turkey's objections cannot be addressed.

NATO chases down Russian jets entering Norway
Tensions have been rising between the Nordic countries and Russia since Finland-Sweden's announcement of joining NATO. NATO fighter jets intercepted two Russian planes reportedly trying to sneak into the region near the Norway and Finland border. Russian planes were blocked from entering Norwegian territory. However, Norway said that the Russian jets had not reached its border before they were fired.

Be ready for pro-Ukraine war: Britain
Britain's Foreign Minister Liz Truss has said countries that support Ukraine should prepare for a protracted war. There should be no talk of a ceasefire or appeasement with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Truss said this after meeting with his Czech Republic Foreign Minister in Prague. "We need to make sure Ukraine wins this war and Russia backs away," he said.

Appeal to Russia to release soldiers
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz have asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to release 2,500 Ukrainian fighters. These soldiers were hiding inside the Azovstal Steel Plant in Mariupol and were taken captive by Russia.

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Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Troubled Sri Lanka is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. A senior minister said on Sunday. Sri Lanka is desperate to replenish its dwindling fuel stocks amid an unprecedented economic crisis due to a severe shortage of foreign exchange reserves. On Sunday, the price of petrol was hiked by LKR 50 and diesel by LKR 60 respectively, which is the third price revision in two months.

State-owned refinery Ceylon Petroleum Corporation on Saturday informed the Sri Lankan government that the move was necessitated after the arrival of fuel shipments was delayed due to banking and logistical reasons. Given the dire scenario, Sri Lanka's Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera stressed that the government is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. He said, “We are looking for diplomatic channels. The last ship to arrive was a Russian ship."

Two ministers to visit Russia on Monday
Wijesekera said on Sunday that our first letter of credit was rejected by international banks because the ship was owned by a Russian company. He said the two ministers are scheduled to visit Russia on Monday to discuss fuel and other diplomatic matters. Let us tell you that last week, the Sri Lankan government approached several companies suggested by the Russian Embassy in Colombo for the purchase of crude oil.

"Meanwhile, the government has also decided to implement a token system for the supply of fuel to the people waiting in the queue at the filling station," Wijesekera said. The minister said, “This program will be implemented from Monday, for which the government has sought the help of the soldiers from the police and the army.”

shortage of essentials in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis since independence in 1948, due to which food, medicine, cooking gas, and fuel are being sold across the country. There has been a severe shortage of essential commodities like

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