War in Ukraine: Zelensky welcomes European Council resolution calling Russia’s deportation of Ukrainian children ‘genocide’

This Thursday, the Council of Europe, in a resolution adopted by its Parliamentary Assembly,He forcibly transferred Ukrainian children to Russia.Genocide“. President Zelensi welcomed this decision, pointed out on his Telegram account That “The decision will make a significant contribution to our global efforts to bring Russia and its officials, including its terrorist leader, to justice for its genocidal and genocidal policies against Ukraine.“.

Moscow announced on Thursday that it had denied a request for consular visits to an American journalist jailed in Russia for a month, in retaliation for the United States’ refusal to grant visas to Russian journalists who accompanied Sergei Lavrov to the UN in New York.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his government to work on creating museums dedicated to Moscow’s years-long offensive in Ukraine, according to instructions posted on the Kremlin website.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Chymikal, who visited the Vatican, invited Pope Francis to his country and asked him to help return Ukrainian children taken to Russia by Moscow forces.

On the ground, the city of Bahmut came under dozens of attacks on Thursday, leading to a near-encirclement by the Russian military. Earlier in the day, UA Russian missile struck the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv early Thursday morning, killing one person and wounding more than 20 others, officials said. The Russian administration also reported an explosion in Melitopol, one of the main cities in the occupied zones of southern Ukraine. Many sources point to the death of a Ukrainian policeman sent to the enemy.

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For his part, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said: “Allies and allies of the US-led Contact Group have sent 230 tanks, 1,550 armored vehicles and a significant amount of ammunition, 98% of the promised equipment, to Ukraine to equip nine new armored forces.“.

In a daily update on the situation, British intelligence shows a photograph of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, which, in March 2023, indicates Russian forces have set up battle positions with sandbags on the roofs. Russia controls the plant from March 2022.However, this is the first time reactor buildings have been integrated into tactical defense planning..”

In Poland, an intriguing affair. Remains of a “Airborne military material” – according to local media an air-to-surface missile – was found in the north of the country. The investigation is ongoing. According to an expert quoted A Polish Radio“It’s unlikely to be a missile.”From Russia or Ukraine“.

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