Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will meet the leaders of their respective allies on Thursday to hold a fresh crackdown on the Ukraine war. The Ukraine war and its aftermath will be the main issues of discussion in the two meetings.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will meet the leaders of their respective allies on Thursday to hold a fresh crackdown on the Ukraine war. The Ukraine war and its aftermath will be the main issues of discussion in the two meetings. Putin’s talks during the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Uzbekistan’s capital Samarkand will largely decide the future of the Ukraine war.
First meeting with Xi Jinping
Meanwhile, the US has urged China not to support Russia in any way in the Ukraine war. This will be Putin’s first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping during the war that began on February 24. A common strategy against Western countries will be discussed in the meeting of the two leaders on the sidelines of the SCO summit.
Possible discussion on Taiwan issue
According to the report of the news agency AP, along with the Ukraine war, the Taiwan issue is also likely to be discussed. Discussions on the Ukraine war between the two leaders have been confirmed by the Foreign Affairs Adviser to the Russian President. Despite being injured in a road accident in Kyiv, President Volodymyr Zelensky is scheduled to meet European Union (EU) chief Ursula von der Leyen.
Declaration of standing with Ukraine
The head of the European Union (EU) Ursula has declared to stand firmly with Ukraine as in the past. It is said that we will see in what ways we can put the economy of Ukraine on the path of progress.
Russian army strikes continue in Ukraine
Despite the retreat in the eastern and southern parts of the Ukraine war, Russian forces continue to attack, According to Ukraine’s presidential office, Russian forces fired seven missiles at a dam near the Kryvyi Rih, the birthplace of Zelensky, threatening more than 100 homes and occupants in low-lying areas after damage to the dam wall. Has gone.
Demand for more military aid
The President’s Office said that two civilians were killed and 14 wounded in Russian military missile attacks in the past 24 hours. President Zelensky is buoyed by his army’s capture of some 400 small and large bases in less than a week of fighting. He has said that our warriors have made the impossible possible with their valor. Zelensky has called for more military help from allies so that he can completely free his country’s land from Russian military occupation.