Russo-Ukraine War: What We Know on Day 115 of the Invasion

  • a Ukrainian paramedic has been free from Russian captivityPresident of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Saturday. He said Ukraine was able to secure the release of Yulia Peveska, a civilian paramedic captured by Russian forces in Mariupol on March 16.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow has “nothing” against Ukraine’s possible membership of the European Union, The Russian President made remarks on Friday European Commission recommends granting Kyiv candidate status Out of a 27-member block. “We have nothing against it,” Putin Told Russia’s annual Economic Forum in St. Petersburg. “Whether or not to join economic unions is their sovereign decision … it is their business, the business of the Ukrainian people.”

  • German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, Told It was “absolutely necessary” for leaders to speak directly to Putin in efforts to end the war. Speaking to the German news agency DPA on Friday, Scholz said: “It is absolutely necessary to talk to Putin, and I will continue to do so, as will the French president.”

  • four civilians killed and six were injured on Friday in the Russian bombing in Donetsk region of Donbass, Governor Pavlo Kyrilenko said on Telegram.

  • dozens of Ukrainian citizens showed off Military exercises on Friday on the fortified positions left by Russian troops in BukasIn a city that has become synonymous with war crimes, Moscow’s military has been charged. A sergeant known as Ticha said: “Most of those who are here are not soldiers, they are only civilians who want to defend their country – 50% of them have never carried a weapon to this day.”

  • Lithuania has asked the Russian territory of Kaliningrad to stop the import and export of a large number of goods by rail Because of Western restrictions, the regional governor said on Friday. The region is home to the Russian Baltic Fleet and a deployment location for the nuclear-capable Iskander missiles. Governor Anton Alikhanov said the clampdown to free transit was the “most serious violation” and would affect 40-50% of products imported and exported from Russia through Lithuania.

  • Ukraine Received $733m loan from Canada. one in Statement Released on Friday, Ukraine’s Ministry of Finance said the funds, which were “raised in accordance with the loan agreement between Ukraine and Canada”, “will be directed to the state budget to finance priority expenditure – in particular, priority To ensure the social and humanitarian expenditure of

  • Biden administration plans to sell four large, armed drones Ukraine Used to be stopped Fears that its sophisticated surveillance equipment could fall into enemy hands, Reuters reported, citing two people familiar with the matter. Objections to the export of drones arose due to concerns that the radar and surveillance equipment on drones could pose a security risk to the US if it were in Russian hands.

  • Russian media has admitted got to know Captured in pictures of two US citizens Ukraine, On Friday, Izvestia newspaper showed footage about an interview with 27-year-old Andy Huynh. Russian channel RT also posted a photo of a man, identified as 39-year-old Alexander Drucke. Drewke’s mother, Lois Drucke, told the Guardian that she Believed that the clip was authentic and it gave her “great hope”.

  • US Republican senators on Friday asked TikTok chief executive Shaw Zi Chew about reports that the social media site allowed Russian state-approved media content. But banned other videos. The senators said they were “deeply concerned” that TikTok was “enabling the spread of pro-war propaganda to the Russian public”. TikTok said in a statement that the company will continue to engage with members and answer their questions on these issues.

  • A group of international investigators and experts Visited war-torn area near KyivAs part of Ukraine’s ongoing investigation into alleged war crimes, including a burnt-out school. One expert told Reuters: “The scale of these crimes, their systematic nature, makes it very clearly appear to be crimes against humanity … it runs the whole gamut of violations of international humanitarian law.”

  • Victoria Apanasenko, a civic volunteer from Chernihiv, UkraineUsed to be Chosen Chosen To represent the country in the 2022 Miss Universe pageant. “Victoria helps the capital Naíve. [a Kyiv-based restaurant] Cook food for the battalions of the armed forces and veterans, ”A. he said Statement by the Miss Universe Organization of Ukraine. “She and her friends are engaged in addressing food, medicine and hygiene products for children, the elderly, and internally displaced people.”