Stepping up efforts to support Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression “The Best Thing” In addition to supporting developing countries, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Sunday, July 16, that it should help the global economy. A “Top priority” is “Double our support for Ukraine”, he asserted during a press conference. The president will attend a meeting of key financiers of the G7 nations in Gandhinagar, western India, on Sunday before attending the G20 finance meeting in the same city on Monday and Tuesday. Follow our life.
The Korean president announced an increase in aid from Seoul to Kiev. On Saturday, South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol made the pledge“Increase Size” Its humanitarian aid and non-lethal military aid to Ukraine. He promised that it would increase from $100 million in 2022 to $150 million in 2023. The South Korean leader made the announcement after meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv during a surprise visit to Ukraine. Before meeting the Ukrainian president, Yoon Suk-yeol visited the town of Bautza, the site of the massacre of civilians attributed to the Russian military and Irbin.
kyiv says 494 children have died since the war began. According to Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office on Telegram, 494 children have been killed and 1,552 injured since the start of the war in Ukraine. the world mentions that “The number continues to rise due to census work in war zones.”.
Vladimir Putin believes that the “main” objective of the Ukrainian grain deal “has not been realized”. The Russian president ruled on Saturday “Primary” The goal of the Ukrainian grain deal, which expires on Monday, was not reached in a phone call with his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa. “Vladimir Putin stressed that the obligations set out in the Russia-UN memorandum on the lifting of sanctions on the export of Russian food products and fertilizers have not yet been fulfilled.”Wrote in the Kremlin.
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