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LIVE – War in Ukraine: Olena Zelenska warns Ukrainians are “in mortal danger” without foreign aid

Ukraine’s first lady says she fears for her country and her compatriots if Western aid to fight Vladimir Putin’s Russia is halted.
The US Senate blocked a $60 billion aid package for Ukraine in the middle of the week.
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“In mortal danger”

On the BBC, Olena Zelenska, wife of the Ukrainian president, raised a cry of caution over the situation in her country, believing that Ukraine is in “mortal danger” without foreign aid. The warning came when the US did not vote on an aid package for the country, more than a year and a half into the war.

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On the road to Argentina

This Sunday, Argentine President-elect Javier Millay will be inaugurated in Argentina, which will be attended by Volodymyr Zelensky. The Ukrainian president actually announced on Saturday that the head of state was on his way.

Javier Millay, a political outsider, won the election in late November. Volodymyr Zelensky congratulated him, and shortly the two leaders spoke on the phone. Ukrainian President Javier thanked Millay for his “clear support for Ukraine”. “Ukrainians notice and appreciate it,” Zelensky told X.

OLENA ZELENSKA’S CALL FOR HELP

Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska warned in an interview with the BBC that if the West did not continue funding Ukraine, people would be in “mortal danger”.

Ukraine: Olena Zelenska’s call for helpSource: TF1 information

Volodymyr Zelensky announced the investiture of Javier Mili

Kyiv announced on Saturday that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will attend the inauguration of Argentine President-elect Javier Millay. Ukraine’s presidential office asserted that he was traveling to Argentina “to attend the inauguration of newly elected President Javier Millay” on Sunday.

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Miley, a political outsider, promised to uproot Argentina’s political establishment and won elections in late November. Zelensky congratulated him, and the two leaders spoke by phone after Miley’s election. Later he thanked for “clear support for Ukraine”. “Ukrainians notice and appreciate it,” Volodymyr Zelensky wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

Russian-American accused of “apology of Nazism”.

A man with dual Russian and US citizenship was placed in pre-trial detention and accused of “supporting Nazism”, a St Petersburg court said on Saturday. “(Yuri) Malev was arrested on December 8… charged on the same day. He admitted his partial guilt,” the court said in a telegram. He was accused of advocating Nazism, a crime punishable by up to five years in prison.

Yuri Malev posted two messages on social media that denigrated the St. George Ribbon, a historical symbol of Russian and Soviet military victories. The court said his messages “revealed a clear lack of respect for society and Russia’s military glory days”. They “bring an insult to the memory of the Great Patriotic War and the defenders of the motherland,” he added, using the Russian word for World War II.

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Hello everyone. Welcome to TF1info to follow the latest news about the war in Ukraine, which began after the Russian invasion ordered by Vladimir Putin on February 24, 2022.

Kyiv announced on Saturday that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will attend the inauguration of Argentine President-elect Javier Millay. Zelensky “En route to Argentina to attend inauguration of newly elected President Javier Millay”, to be held on Sunday, the President of Ukraine stressed. Miley, a political outsider, promised to uproot Argentina’s political establishment and won elections in late November. Zelensky congratulated him, and the two leaders spoke by phone after Miley’s election. President of Ukraine then Mr. He thanked Mili “Clear support for Ukraine”. “Ukrainians notice and appreciate it”Zelensky X said on old Twitter.

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Miley’s office released a statement after the call “Argentina Proposes to Host Summit Between Ukraine and Latin America”. Russia’s ambassador to Argentina, Dmitry Feoktistov, will attend the inauguration ceremony of the Argentine president, Russian news agencies said. is in the Kremlin “I took note of Javier Mille’s many statements during the election campaign”Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. “But we will judge primarily by focusing on the statements he makes after the inauguration.” Peskov added.

Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Miley on her victory, a Kremlin statement said. Many foreign leaders are also expected to attend the swearing-in ceremony. Spain’s King Felipe, Hungary’s Victor Orban, Paraguay’s Santiago Pena, Uruguay’s Luis Lacal Bo and Chile’s Gabriel Boric should attend.


Editorial staff of TF1info