Ukrainian development: Oleksandr Tarnavsky, general in charge of leading the Ukrainian counter-offensive on the southern front, reported that the troops entered the town of Verbove and that “on the left flank we have a great success and we continue to advance .”
Curfew in Donetsk: Denis Pushilin, president of the republic, signed the decree dictating that “the presence of citizens in the streets and other public places from Monday to Friday between 11:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. ( local time) is prohibited.”
Russia is ready to negotiate: Sergei Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister, stated that Vladimir Putin told him that “we are ready for negotiations, but we will not consider any proposal for a ceasefire, because we considered it once, but you tricked us.”
Accused of high treasonthe Chief of the Armed Forces in Ukraine: The Ukrainian leader is accused of not continuing to ‘liberate’ the south of the country, where he faces charges of high treason.
Russia condemned the drone attack: You report a drone attack in Ukraine that caused material damage to an administrative building in the Kursk region, located near the common border.
Ukraine has increased its drone attacks: Russia has reported that, in recent weeks, there has been an increase in Ukrainian drone attacks in Russian regions close to the border.
Russia confirmed the downing of two drones Ukrainians: “The actions of the air defense system destroyed two unmanned aerial vehicles in the Belgorod and Kursk regions,” the Russian Defense Ministry said.
Germany will donate 50 new USVs: Siemtje Möller, Parliamentary State Secretary, announced a new support package of 400 million euros, including anti-aircraft weapons and artillery ammunition. “In addition, 50 drones above to help the aggressor retreat not only on land, but also at sea.”
Kim and Putin may meet next month: “According to what Kim and Putin decided, we will prepare negotiations with Pyongyang, which may take place next month,” Lavrov declared.
Poland is developing transit corridors for Ukrainian grain: Poland is preparing transit corridors that will allow Ukrainian grain to pass through Poland and be exported wherever it is needed,” said Polish President Andrzej Duda.