Live 99th day of the war. Russia has taken control of most of Chevroletonetsk / US claims that its weapons will not be used in Russia / Moscow is having difficulty exporting grain.

The 99th day of the war comes with a message from the Ukrainians, especially since there is no major infrastructure at the plant captured by the Russians, Severdonetsk will not be the second Azovstal. The United States has said no weapons will be used in Russia by Ukrainians, as Moscow faces difficulties in exporting grain. The Kremlin on Wednesday warned that European sanctions on Russia’s oil imports could hurt global energy markets.

Check out the highlights of Thursday, June 2:

Time 14:31 The Guardian reports that President Volodymyr Zhelensky said in a video conference in Luxembourg that Russian forces currently occupy 20 percent of Ukraine’s territory. Details here.

Time 14:27 AFP reports that Russia announced on Thursday that the arrival of foreign “mercenaries” who want to fight alongside the Kiev army in Ukraine has caused “severe losses” in recent weeks. Details here.

13:53 Economic pressure is mounting in Russia, with Moscow failing to pay interest on its debt on Wednesday. In the fourth month of the war in Ukraine, an incident that raises the hypothesis of Russia’s default. Details here.

13:51 The Kremlin has confirmed the resignation of Vladimir Yumashev, the son-in-law of former Russian President Boris Yeltsin, from the post of adviser to Vladimir Putin. Details here.

12:32 p.m. The Ukrainian military has launched a series of counterattacks in the eastern city of Chevroletz, but Russian forces still control “most” of the city, a Ukrainian regional military official was quoted as saying by CNN. Details here.

12:23 p.m. British Defense Minister Ben Wallace was quoted by CNN on Wednesday as saying that Britain would send several missile systems to Ukraine to defend against Russia. Details here.

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11:34 pm The BBC reports that former German Chancellor Angela Merkel has delivered her first public speech this year, breaking the silence on Russia’s occupation of Ukraine. Details here.

11:13 pm Le Soir was quoted as saying by radar that one of Russia’s negotiators on the conflict in Ukraine had told Riya Novosti on Wednesday that a referendum could be held in July on the annexation of Ukraine’s occupied territories. Details here.

Time 10:27 According to the British Ministry of Defense, Russia has occupied most of the Chevrolet Donetsk region. Details here

Time 10:23 Actors Eliza Păuna, Paul Bondane and Eleonora Coşuleţ will perform at the “Kong” Theater on Tuesday, the show – “We are an Apple Plant”, which is based on the texts written by Elena Astasieva and Natalia Black within the national show. Romanian Artists for Ukrainian Artists “, says a press release sent to AGERPRES.

10:10 p.m. According to, the general inspector of the Border Police, on Wednesday, 86,008 people entered Romania, of whom 10,331 were Ukrainian citizens (a decrease of 12.9% compared to the previous day).

9:15 pm As the federation looks forward to the next steps in the war in Ukraine, US President Joe Biden will meet with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House on Thursday, CNN reported.

8:31 pm Ukraine’s first lady, Olena Zhelenska, says the surrender of Russia’s territory means “giving up freedom” and will not end Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion, according to CNN.

  • “Ukrainians simply cannot take all the statements we hear from the leaders of some countries – sometimes from the leaders of big and influential countries. You can not just give up certain parts of your territory, it’s like giving up independence,” Zelenska told ABC News.
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07:48 In the 98 days since the Russian invasion, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has said that 689 children were injured in the attacks, 243 of them dead. Another 139 children are missing. He called ten of the children killed in the war, saying they were not numbers, but separate worlds destroyed by the Russian military. Zelenski noted that to date more than 200,000 Ukrainian children have been deported by the Russians, accusing them of being the most heinous war crime. “The immediate nature of the punishment is a policy that Ukraine will hand over to Russia. But first, we must show them on the battlefield that Ukraine will not be captured, that our people will not surrender, and that our children will not become the property of the occupiers,” Zhelensky said. Details here.

07:00 Lugansk regional military chief Serhii Gaidai told Reuters on Wednesday that Ukrainian civilians had taken refuge in Russian bombs under a chemical plant in the Ukrainian city of Severdonetsk, and that dangerous chemicals could be stored at the facility.

  • “There are civilians in the anti-aircraft camps, there are some, but there is a second Azovstal (not Mariupol Steelworks) because the plant had a big underground city … it was not on nitrogen,” the leader said. Lugansk Regional Military Administration Serhii Gaidai marks a week-long blockade of Azovstal steelworks in the southern port city of Mariupol.

06:51 Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that Moscow was facing difficulties in exporting grain due to sanctions imposed on its ships.

6:45 p.m. The Kremlin warned on Wednesday that European sanctions on Russia’s oil imports would affect the global energy market, but Moscow will divert exports to reduce its own damage, Reuters reports. Details here.

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6:30 p.m. The Guardian reports that in the weeks following US President Joe Biden’s announcement of sending similar weapons, Britain has called on the United States to sign a plan to supply US – made M270 multi – launch missile systems to Ukraine.

6:15 p.m. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken spoke at a joint news conference with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, saying that Ukraine had “assured” that it would not use NATO’s long-range weapons systems. CNN reported.

06:00 Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday that Poland’s assistance to Ukraine would boost the Polish economy, with Reuters reporting that his country was ready to export Ukrainian wheat and was prevented from invading Russia. Poland will benefit from agreements to re-export grain from Ukraine, which will help rebuild the country’s infrastructure and import energy from neighboring countries, the Polish Prime Minister said while attending the opening ceremony of a temporary housing camp for refugees. Houses due to war.

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