The Iron Curtain between Russia and the West is returning

Update 07:00 Lavrov: Iron Curtain between West and Russia returns

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said after the NATO summit that an “iron curtain” had once again emerged between Russia and the West.

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At least 10 people were killed when a rocket hit a high-rise residential building, Sergei Bradchuk, a spokesman for the Odessa military administration, said on the Telegram messaging app.

A translated version of his earlier message said there were two attacks – one on a nine-story residential building and the other on a recreation center.

In the residential building, several bodies have already been removed and others have been rescued from the rubble.

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The defense ministers of Estonia and Latvia signed an agreement on joint procurement of medium-range anti-aircraft systems at the NATO summit in Madrid on Thursday. “Russia’s aggression in Ukraine clearly shows the need for air defense systems,” Latvian Defense Minister Ortis Babriks said in a statement.

The situation in the eastern Ukrainian city of Lisichansk is “extremely difficult” as Russian forces’ continued shelling cannot evacuate civilians, the governor of Lugansk region said on Thursday.

“There is a lot of shelling from many directions. The Russian army is approaching from different directions,” said Serhiy Haidai, adding that Russian forces are on the outskirts of the city, where there are currently no street battles.

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced the delivery of six items to Ukraine, including Caesar artillery and armored vehicles, the Kyiv Independent reported. Macron added that NATO allies meeting in Madrid had “unanimously decided” to increase humanitarian and military aid to Ukraine, which is trying to fight Russian forces.

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