Ukrainian war: “Absolute stupidity” – Selenskyj outraged by the Russian attack on a cultural center

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has blamed Russia for a rocket attack on a cultural center in the east of the country that left eight injured. An eleven-year-old child was also injured in the shelling of the city of Lozova in the Kharkiv region, the head of state wrote on Friday evening on the Telegram news … Read more

War against Ukraine: the commander of the Russian Black Sea fleet sacked after the loss of the Moskva

Dhe commander of Russia Black Sea Fleet, Igor Osipov, has been removed from his post, according to information from the British secret service. This was announced by the British Ministry of Defense on Twitter on Thursday. The Black Sea Fleet lost its flagship “Moskva” in mid-April – according to the Ukrainian account, by two rockets … Read more

Melnyk: Ukraine’s NATO membership would reduce risk of nuclear war

Live Ukrainian War Melnyk – Ukraine’s NATO membership would reduce the risk of nuclear war From 5:53 a.m. | Reading time: 5 minutes “Sweden and Finland bring enormous potential to NATO” “The desire of the Finns and Sweden to join NATO is a clear defeat of Putin’s strategy,” said NATO General Horst Heinrich Brauss. Putin … Read more

Maischberger: “Now we really need to bring Ukraine into NATO”

Dhe poor performance of the SPD in the regional elections in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), the war in Ukraine and the consequences of the energy crisis were the subjects of “Maischberger”. TV presenter Günther Jauch, ARD capital studio director Tina Hassel and FAZ parliamentary correspondent Helene Bubrowski discussed the NRW elections in the studio. Former Ambassador … Read more

Ukraine War: Lavrov – NATO membership doesn’t make “much difference”

abroad Ukrainian War Finland and Sweden’s NATO membership doesn’t make ‘much difference’ for Lavrov Status: 12:52 p.m. | Reading time: 2 minutes ‘Freed Azov activists could face severe torture’ “The 260 fighters freed from the Azov steelworks are in Russian captivity,” says WELT journalist Max Hermes. Ukraine will now launch a prisoner exchange, but until … Read more

Ukraine-News +++ Due to a lack of paper – the start of social assistance for Ukrainian refugees on June 1 is in danger +++

abroad Ukrainian War Due to a lack of paper – the start of social assistance for Ukrainian refugees on June 1 is in danger From 5:32 a.m. | Reading time: 4 minutes “A wall filled with notices of wanted people from Mariupol” Thousands of people from the besieged city of Mariupol are still missing. WELT … Read more

War in Ukraine: buses with soldiers leave Mariupol steelworks

Inot Mariupol After weeks of siege, Ukrainian soldiers are transported away from the Azowstal steelworks, which is surrounded by Russian units. According to the Reuters news agency, an eyewitness saw a dozen buses leave the huge factory premises on Monday. At first it was not possible to determine how many Ukrainian soldiers were on the … Read more

War in Ukraine: Ukrainian troops advance from Kharkiv to the Russian border

abroad Ukrainian War Ukrainian troops advance from Kharkiv to the Russian border Status: 07:20 | Reading time: 3 minutes Revenge for the call of the ESC? Moscow fires phosphorus bombs at Mariupol, Ukraine says Russia fired phosphorus bombs at the Azov steel plant in the port city of Mariupol, according to Ukrainian sources. The projectiles … Read more

Ukraine-News +++ Kuleba calls on Germans to be more willing to make sacrifices +++

DUkrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on the German people to accept the consequences of the sanctions against Russia. “Sometimes it’s better to help someone else and endure a short period of deprivation than to sit at home watching TV and doing nothing, just letting the problem knock on your door,” Kuleba told “Bild TV” … Read more

Ukraine-News +++ Kuleba calls on Germans to be more willing to make sacrifices +++

DUkrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on the German people to accept the consequences of the sanctions against Russia. “Sometimes it’s better to help someone else and endure a short period of deprivation than to sit at home watching TV and doing nothing, just letting the problem knock on your door,” Kuleba told “Bild TV” … Read more