Zelensky’s Heartwarming Visit to Hospitalized Ukrainian Soldiers
The request would include drones.
If Beijing accepts this, it could have big ramifications between China and Russia and the West and its NATO allies.
It comes as US national security adviser Jake Sullivan is due to meet China’s foreign minister in Rome.
We spoke with Bruce Wolpe of the US Studies Center, who told Ticker NEWS it’s unclear what President Putin’s motives really are.
Ukraine wants a no-fly zone
Ukrainian President Zelensky urges a no-fly zone where “Russian rockets will fall” on NATO soil.
Kyiv has confirmed that talks via videoconference will begin with Moscow.
The talks come after several failed diplomatic attempts since war broke out nearly three weeks ago.
35 people have been killed and more than 130 sent to hospital following Russian airstrikes on a large military base near the Ukrainian city of Lviv.
Russian war planes
It is believed that more than 30 missiles were fired by Russian warplanes over the Black Seas and ASOF.
The attack comes a day after the Kremlin threatened to attack Western arms shipments to Ukraine.
It comes as a humanitarian crisis unfolds across Europe. Households across the UK have been offered £35 a month to open their homes to people fleeing war in Ukraine.
UK Housing Secretary Michael Gove has said tens of thousands of people could come to Britain under the scheme.
The UK Refugee Council is concerned about the level of support given to people traumatized by war.
Last call at McDonald’s
In Russia… McDonald’s employees celebrate their last day of work.
McDonald’s, which employs 62,000 people in Russia, announced the closure of all of its 850 restaurants in Russia in response to the war.