Moscow says it has repelled an ‘invasion’ of kyiv on the 460th day of the conflict

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The Russian army claimed to have repelled with its air force and artillery a Ukrainian attempt to “invasion” of a Russian border region involving several dozen soldiers and tanks on Thursday. “After intense shelling of civilian settlements in the Belgorod region, Ukrainian terrorist groups numbering up to two companies of motorized infantry reinforced with tanks attempted to invade Russian territory,” the Russian Ministry of Security said. Defense on Telegram.

In addition, two people were injured after a drone fell on a roadway in Belgorod, according to the governor. The Kremlin denounced an absence of international criticism. “The international community has every opportunity to see images, to read articles describing the strikes on residential buildings,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. “And still not a single word that would criticize or condemn the kyiv regime for this,” he blasted.

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Every doubt we show is a trench that Russia will try to occupy”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made a strong plea on Thursday for his country and Moldova, which is hosting a summit of European leaders, to join NATO. “All the European countries which have a border with Russia and which do not want Russia to tear away part of their territory from them must be full members of NATO and the EU”, he estimated. .

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3. This is the number of dead recorded by the mayor of kyiv and the military authorities, after an air attack on the Ukrainian capital this Thursday morning. According to Vitali Klitschko, two of the three people who died are children, aged “5-6 and 12-13 years old”. Several Russian missiles had been fired in the direction of the Ukrainian capital this week.

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced in Oslo on Thursday a trip to Ankara “in the near future”, at the invitation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to try to remove the last obstacles to the accession of the Sweden. “I spoke with President Erdogan earlier this week and will be visiting Ankara in the near future” to plead membership.

The goal? Let “Sweden become a member of the Alliance as quickly as possible”, he said at the start of a meeting of NATO foreign ministers. The date of Jens Stoltenberg’s visit to Ankara has not yet been decided.

Turkey is, with Hungary, one of only two of the 31 NATO countries to have not yet ratified Swedish membership. Re-elected on Sunday, President Erdogan blocks the Swedish candidacy, accusing Stockholm of harboring Turkish opposition figures with alleged links to militants of banned Kurdish movements.

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