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Russia will not end war ‘until all objectives are achieved’ – World news

Russia will not end war ‘until all objectives are achieved’ – World news

There were unconfirmed reports Russian forces had cut off the road through which Kyiv has been resupplying its fighters in Severodonetsk.

“Now we are observing the most active phase of the full-scale aggression which Russia unfolded against our country,” Oleksandr Motuzyanyk, a spokesman for the Ukrainian ministry of defence, said.

“The situation on the [eastern] front is extremely difficult, because the fate of this country is perhaps being decided [there] right now.”

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4. Zelensky urges West to keep up arms supply

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that supplying Ukraine with rocket-propelled grenades, tanks, anti-ship missiles and other weapons is “the best investment in maintaining stability in the world and in preventing many serious crises that Russia is planning or has already provoked”.

“The longer this war lasts, the greater will be the price of protecting freedom not only in Ukraine, but also in the whole free world.”

5. European Commission chief calls for talks with Moscow

European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen has called for talks with Moscow on unlocking wheat exports that are trapped in Ukraine as a result of a Russian sea blockade.

Ms von der Leyen has said that Russia is using food supplies as a weapon with global repercussions, just like it does in the energy sector.

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As Ukraine looks ahead to rebuilding its country, Kyiv is considering the possibility of issuing debt receipts backed by frozen Russian assets to raise the funds, a presidential adviser has said.

It comes as France’s Europe minister said Ukraine would eventually be part of the European Union.

Meanwhile, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has warned that Western countries must not trade security for economic profit, referring to debates over the use of Chinese technology in 5G networks and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline for Russian gas.

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