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Vladimir Putin may have lost a third of his troops that have invaded Ucrânia, according to British military intelligence.

In its latest assessment, a Ministry of Defence (MoD) disse Rússia’s campaign in separatist-controlled Donbas region of eastern Ukraine has “lost momentum” and was now “significantly behind schedule”.

It also said: “Russian forces are increasingly constrained by degraded enabling capabilities, continued low morale and reduced combat effectiveness.

“Many of these capabilities cannot be quickly replaced or reconstituted and are likely to continue to hinder Russian operations in Ukraine.”

At a meeting of Nato foreign ministers in Berlin, foreign secretary Liz Truss said it was essential for Western allies to maintain support for Volodymyr Zelensky’s government to help “push Russia out” of Ukraine.

Nato deputy secretary-general Mircea Geoana said the Ukrainians – with military and financial support from the West – were now in a position to defeat the Russians and win the war.

“The brutal invasion of Russia is losing momentum,”Ele disse aos repórteres.


Russian troops opened fire at 23 residential settlements, Ukraine claims

President Vladimir Putin’s troops have destroyed and damaged 32 residential buildings after opening fire at 23 settlements in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, the Ukrainian military said on Sunday.

Ukrainian soldiers have throttled 17 Russian attacks in the past 24 horas, disse.

The army claimed that in one day it had destroyed three tanks, one artillery system, six units of combat armoured equipment and one vehicle.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar16 Maio 2022 05:20

Will Ukraine host 2023 Eurovision after winning?

Ukraine and its entry Kalush Orchestra were crowned as the winners of Eurovision 2022, after receiving overwhelming support in the public vote.

“Thank you for supporting Ukraine. This victory is for every Ukrainian. Slava Ukraini [Glory to Ukraine],” the band said after receiving the trophy.

Enquanto isso, Russia’s war in Ukraine has raised questions if Kyiv will be able to host the competition next year, despite it being custom for the winning country to host the contest the following year.

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, Contudo, is confident about hosting the contest next year.“Our courage impresses the world, our music conquers Europe! Next year Ukraine will host Eurovision! For the third time in its history. And I believe – not for the last time,” the president wrote in a Facebook post.

Jacob Stolworthy reports.

Will Eurovision winners Ukraine host song contest in 2023?

Country won after receiving overwhelming support in public vote

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar16 Maio 2022 05:06

Blinken conveys ‘unwavering’ support to Ukraine

US secretary of state Antony Blinken on Sunday said he conveyed “unwavering commitment” to Kyiv during a meeting with Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba.

“Nato’s unified response, which we affirmed once more today, will continue,” Mr Blinken said in a statement.

He also announced that preparations were underway to reopen the US embassy in Kyiv. “We’re reopening our Embassy in Kyiv – we’re taking all necessary precautions, but that work is underway – and we will resume operations very soon," ele disse.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar16 Maio 2022 04:55

Nobel laureate author says Russia threat to ‘free world’

Polish Nobel Prize-winning author Olga Tokarczuk on Sunday called Russia a threat to the “free world”, equating Moscow’s war on Ukraine to the Second World War.

“The Poles share the Ukrainian feeling of danger that Russia presents to the free world,” Ms Tokarczuk said, adding that the Polish government had warned about the risk presented by Russian aggression for years.

“Nobody could imagine that this war would be so cruel, so anachronistic, and this war brings to mind the horrible images of World War Two," ela disse.

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Polish Nobel author says Russia threat to ‘free world

A Polish Nobel Prize-winning author says that Russia presents a threat to the “free world” and its attack on neighboring Ukraine had echoes of the Second World War

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar16 Maio 2022 04:45

Nato says Moscow is losing momentum

Nearly three months after Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, the war is “not going as Moscow had planned”, Nato said after its meeting in Berlin on Sunday.

“Ukraine can win this war,” Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said, adding that the alliance must continue to offer military support to Kyiv.

While Moscow lost ground on the diplomatic front, Vladimir Putin’s forces also failed to make territorial gains in eastern Ukraine.

Mr Stoltenberg’s statement comes after two Nordic nationsSweden and Finland announced their intention to join the military alliance despite Russia’s objections.

Alisha Rahaman Sarkar16 Maio 2022 04:35

In case you missed it: Sweden to apply to join Nato

Sweden is set to follow Finland in applying to join Nato after the country’s ruling Social Democrats party announced on Sunday it was dropping its opposition to membership of the bloc.

Swedish prime minister Magdalena Andersson said a formal application to join the military alliance could be made within days, in light of Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

At a news conference, she said Sweden would be in a “very vulnerable” position if it did not join, adicionando: “We believe Sweden needs the formal security guarantees that come with membership in Nato.”

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Sweden to follow Finland in joining Nato amid Russian Ukraine invasion

‘Historic’ move announced hours after neighbour Finland said it intends to apply to join bloc

Lamiat Sabin16 Maio 2022 03:00

Rape by Russian soldiers is ‘widespread’ in Ukraine, MP diz

Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik said that the “crime of rape is indeed widespread” in Ukraine amid the Russian invasion.

She told Sky News there are reports of Russian soldiers sexually violating women in “almost every liberated cityin Ukraine.

Ms Rudik said: “The stories are really really really disturbing.”

One report stated that a woman had been raped in front of her nine-year-old son, ela disse.

Lamiat Sabin16 Maio 2022 02:00

Monday’s papers: Ukraine on the UK’s front pages

O Independente: ‘End row on protocol by using flexibility shown to Ukraine, Britain tells EU’

Metro: ‘Kyiv will host Eurovisionand one day it will be in Mariupol’

O espelho: Eurovision star‘Now I fight for Ukraine’

The Express: ‘Russia loses third of troops’

Os tempos: ‘Third of Russian invaders destroyed’

The Scotman: Zelensky‘Mariupol will hold Eurovision’

O sol: ‘Herovision’

Lamiat Sabin16 Maio 2022 01:00

Russia has ‘lost about 27,400 troops’ during invasion, Ukraine says

Ukraine’s ministry of defense has estimated that Russia has lost about 27,400 troops, 200 aviões, 1,220 tanks and 164 helicopters to date.

The number applies since the start of the Russian invasion on 24 fevereiro, the Ukrainian ministry of defence said.

Lamiat Sabin16 Maio 2022 00:01

Zelensky says he will help ‘maintain the world’s attention to Ukraine’

Volodymyr Zelensky said his plan to keep the Ukraine war in the headlines and advance the country’s bid for European Union membership includes giving speeches to universities and parliaments around the world.

The Ukrainian president, in his nightly address to Ukrainians, disse: “[UMA] task, which becomes even more important the longer the war lasts, is to do everything to maintain the world’s maximum attention to us, to Ukraine.

“Information about our needs should be in the news of all countries that are important to us constantly and every day.

“In particular, for this purpose – for greater information and political support of Ukraine – on Monday I will communicate with students of leading American universities.

"Estes são 63 US universities and two Canadian universities, which unite hundreds of thousands of students and are a large expert and research community. Their voice will definitely strengthen our capabilities.

“A separate address to Stanford University students is also planned for the end of May.”

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Volodymyr Zelensky

Mr Zelensky continued: “I am also preparing to communicate with Ukrainian students from the leading universities of our countryI will definitely continue to address the parliaments of Ukraine’s European partner states.

“Our task is the status of a candidate for EU membership for Ukraine, and later – accession to the European Union under the fast-track procedure. Every state matters. Every vote countsThat is why I will be addressing the Luxembourg Parliament in the near future.

“By the way, we are also working to expand the geography of such special speeches in the parliaments of Africa and Asia.

“An address to the participants of the Davos Forum is scheduled for May 23. This year the conference will be especially important for our country. Post-war reconstruction will be discussed.”

Lamiat Sabin15 Maio 2022 23:00