The more missile strikes on civilian area’s?
The faster the West/NATO will be delivering anti-missile/aircraft systems…
And pulling together…
And sending the Ukraine financial assistance…
While the Russian’s run out of missiles ….
It appears that Putin is courting Turkey a NATO member, could he be trying to buy Turkey’s vote for Sweden, Finland and even the Ukraine joining that organization?
The Ukrainan forces keep moving towards Kherson and Southward which should cause the Russian troops in the region concern and makinbg the Crimea bridge more of a strategic importance…
It appears that China is NOT showing strong support to the Russian moves on the Ukraine and Taiwan has fadded from the headlines….
Putin has had a meeting with the International Atomic Energy Agency about the Ukraine Nuclear power plant….
Here’s what we know:
More than three dozen people have been killed since Russia intensified strikes against civilian areas on Monday, according to Ukrainian officials.
Russian missiles continue to pummel Ukraine as the civilian toll rises.
Moving to preserve Russia’s hold over European energy, Putin offers to sell more gas via Turkey.
The E.U. plans to launch a mission to train Ukrainian soldiers on European soil.
NATO’s secretary general says the alliance will back Ukraine ‘as long as it takes.’
Ukraine’s electrical infrastructure is damaged in Russia’s strikes.
A strike outside Kyiv adds to concerns over Russia’s use of ‘kamikaze’ drones.
Zelensky says Ukraine needs $57 billion to rebuild and pay its bills.
BRUSSELS — NATO defense ministers including Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met for a second day on Thursday. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg vowed that the alliance would “stand by Ukraine for as long as it takes.”
A barrage of intensified Russian strikes on civilian areas beginning Monday has raised the stakes on Ukraine’s push for additional military aid, especially advanced air defense systems. This week has seen a new raft of pledges from allies.