Russian troops continue to bomb Turkey’s Azovstal against Finland and Sweden joining NATO

Josep Borrell, head of European diplomacy, said the EU would provide another € 500 million in military aid to Ukraine. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss also defended on Friday that it is vital to keep up the pressure on Russia by supplying more weapons to Ukraine and imposing more sanctions. In this regard, Britain has launched a package of sanctions against Vladimir Putin’s ex-wife and alleged girlfriend.

In Kiev, The first Russian army is convicted of war crimes. Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin is 21 years old and is accused of shooting an unarmed civilian in the Sumy area. The man was 62 years old and he was riding a bike talking on the phone when he was shot on February 28 in the village of Chupakhivka.

In Ukraine, Russian forces launched a new offensive against Ukraine on Friday azovstal, progressed Mariupol Mayor Peter Andryushchenko. According to the Ukrainian Armed Forces Moscow continues to bomb Mariupol’s last resistance fort, the steel complex. a city surrounded by Russian troops. Russian troops will also receive bombed schools in Chernihiv overnight. Kiev forces are said to hit a Russian ship in the Black Sea.

Kiev to make sure that a special evacuation operation from the Azovstal plant in besieged Mariupol, begins with the rescue of severely wounded soldiers and is carried out in several stages.

The President of Turkey expressed unfavorable to the accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO, as it welcomed Kurdish militants, whom Turkey considers “terrorists”, with the first dissonant vote among 30 allies.

Finland’s formal NATO application is due Sundayafter the country’s leaders have announced their intention to join the Atlantic Alliance. Portuguese MNE, João Gomes Cravinho met his Finnish counterpart in Helsinki on Friday, for Finland’s accession to NATO is being discussed.

João Gomes Cravinho assured it Portugal fully supports Finland’s accession to NATO. At the press conference, Finnish equivalent, Pekka Haavistostated that he had been in regular contact with the Turkish Foreign Minister and Devalues ​​Turkey’s position on Finland’s NATO.

“I don’t think Turkey is an obstacle,” says Pekka, stressing that “it is normal for NATO to have different opinions.”

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