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Friday, 19 July 2024

Ukrainian nationalist ex-MP shot dead in Lviv street19 July 2024 (LINK)

Wednesday, 10 July 2024

Ukraine is on an 'irreversible' path to NATO, say members. But only after war with Russia ends10 July 2024 (LINK)

— The U.S., the Netherlands and Denmark announced that the first NATO-provided F-16s would be in the hands of Ukrainian military pilots by this summer.

— NATO also announced a long-term commitment of security assistance to Ukraine, and confirmed establishment of a new NATO center aimed at ensuring that Ukraine gets a more reliable flow of arms and training from members of the alliance. But the commitments still fall short of the striking power Ukraine says it needs to defeat the invading Russian forces.

— The final statement called China — which the West says provides components for Russia's weapons — a "decisive enabler" of Russia's war against Ukraine.

Tuesday, 9 July 2024

Russia under fire at UN over Ukraine strikesThe .kyivpost9 July 2024 (LINK)

Rage as Putin bombs a children’s hospital in Kyiv, but know there is a way to try him for his crimes: the Council of Europe has a plan to hold the Kremlin to accountThe Guardian9 July 2024 (LINK)

Monday, 8 July 2024

A major Russian missile attack on Ukraine kills at least 20 people and hits a children's hospitalAP8 July 2024 (LINK)

Hungary's Orban unexpectedly visits China after Moscow and Kyiv, backs Xi's peace planCNN8 July 2024 (LINK) — ground.news: 156 media reports — (LINK)

Indian Prime Minister Modi makes first visit to Russia since the start of war on UkraineAP8 July 2024 (LINK) — ground.news: 25 media reports — (LINK)

Sunday, 7 July 2024

Institute for the Study of War: Russian offensive campaign assessment, July 7, 2024understandingwar.org7 July 2024 (LINK)

— ISW is a non-partisan, non-profit, public policy research organization. Dr. Kimberly Kagan founded ISW in May 2007, as U.S. forces undertook a daring new counterinsurgency strategy to reverse the grim security situation on the ground in Iraq . Frustrated with the prevailing lack of accurate information documenting developments on the ground in Iraq and the detrimental effect of biased reporting on policymakers, Dr. Kagan established ISW to provide real-time, independent, and open-source analysis of ongoing military operations and insurgent attacks in Iraq.

Monday, 1 July 2024

Ukraine's AI drones can target enemy uniforms and vehicleseurasiareview1 July 2024 (LINK)

— A Ukrainian tech startup has created a new AI-powered drone that can identify and target things based on visual cues, such as specific uniforms. These drones can operate together in swarms and communicate with each other. The startup says the drones can make quick decisions on their own. But to avoid mistakes, such as hitting friendly targets, they need human approval before taking action.

Sunday, 30 June 2024

Zelenskiy calls for more air defences after latest deadly Russian strikes on Ukraine: says long-distance strikes and modern air defences 'crucial to halting Russian terror'The Guardian UK ●30 June 2024 (LINK)

Ukraine General Staff: Russia lost 3 planes, 350 tanks in Junekyivindependent.com30 June 2024 (LINK)

Saturday, 29 June 2024

Russia presses its offensive in Ukraine and issues new threats as the West tries to blunt the pushAP29 June 2024 (LINK)

— Russia took advantage of its edge in firepower amid delays in U.S. aid to scale up attacks in several areas along the 1,000-kilometre (600-mile) front. Relatively small units are probing Ukrainian defenses for weak spots, potentially setting the stage for a more ambitious push. Russia's offensive near Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv, that began in May and worried Kyiv's Western allies has apparently lost momentum after the Ukrainian army bolstered its forces in the area by redeploying troops from other sectors.

Friday, 28 June 2024

Research expert tells UN it has 'irrefutably' established missile debris in Ukraine is North KoreanABC28 June 2024 (LINK)

Thursday, 27 June 2024

Ukraine war briefing: US charges Russians with conspiring to destroy Kyiv computer systems: day 855theguardian.com27 June 2024 (LINK)

Tuesday, 25 June 2024

Zelensky: Ukrainian drones have struck over 30 Russian oil targetskyivindependent/span> — 25 June 2024 (LINK)

Tuesday, 18 June 2024

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, and allies, are thwarting peace efforts, Russian claims. False: Ukraine was willing to negotiate peace, but Moscow's demands went too farpolygraph.info18 June 2024 (LINK)

Sunday, 16 June 2024

80 countries at a Swiss conference agree that 'territorial integrity' of Ukraine must be basis of any peace agreementABC16 June 2024 (LINK)

India, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates didn't sign the final document addressing nuclear safety, food security, and prisoner exchange.ground.news: 21 media reports16 June 2024 (LINK)

Ukraine conference joint communiqué: full textReuters ● — (LINK)

Swiss right-wing leader calls Ukraine summit an 'embarrassment', reflecting the view that the talks are damaging for Switzerland's traditional neutrality.Reuters ● — (LINK)

— Leading figures in the party have argued Switzerland should not have hosted this weekend's summit without Russia, and Nils Fiechter, chief of the SVP's youth wing, delivered a damning verdict on the talks to Russian broadcaster RT. "The conference will achieve nothing," Fiechter told RT on the eve of the talks, in comments picked up by Swiss media on Sunday. "The whole thing is an absolute farce and an embarrassment for our country."

Yellen says G7 $50B loan to Ukraine is legal, not 'theft' as Putin claimsthehill16 June 2024 (LINK)

— "There is no sense at all in which it's theft," Yellen told ABC News's Jonathan Karl when asked on "This Week" whether she has concerns about Russian President Vladimir Putin calling the loan "theft" and saying it "will not go unpunished."

— Members states of G7 announced Thursday an agreement to move forward with a $50 billion loan to Ukraine, financed by the interest generated on frozen Russian assets in Europe and the U.S. The proposal was led by the U.S.

— The proposal would use the interest generated on the frozen assets, which is about $2.6 billion to $3.6 billion a year, to pay back a $50 billion loan to provide to Ukraine immediately.

— "Russia's funds are sitting in cash, but they're generating income for the institution, which Russia has no claim on," Yellen said, "so there's no legal issue here. sAnd our allies, our partners, the G7 will provide Ukraine a $50 billion loan, which will be repaid over time from these proceeds," she added.

Saturday, 15 June 2024

Ukraine rejects Russia's demands it drop NATO ambitions and hand over four provinces: "On the eve of the [Swiss] summit [..] he speaks as though he is issuing some sort of ultimatum" — Zelenskyyabc.net.au15 June 2024 (LINK) — ground.news: 22 media reports (LINK)

Friday, 14 June 2024

A surge of attacks by Russian forces on the Kharkiv area of Ukraine is causing significant civilian casualties, as well as the destruction of homes and of crucial infrastructure, the top UN official in Ukraine Denise Brown said in Geneva in a plea to not "normalize" the dire conditions for Ukrainian civilians. She echoed the position of the UN Secretary-General to say that the Russian invasion of Ukraine is "a violation of the UN Charter".coindesk14 June 2024 (LINK)

— A total of nearly ten million people — children included — are estimated by the World Health Organization to be at risk of acute Post-Traumatic Syndrome Disease (PTSD) in Ukraine. Meanwhile, some four million children across the country have had their education disrupted, and 600,000 of them are unable to access in-person school at all, according to UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund. In the city of Kharkiv, the only way children can safely study is in the subterranean tunnels of the metro, Ms. Brown said, having witnessed this recently, when she visited the underground with the city's mayor.

Putin names Russia's conditions for ceasefire in Ukraine: Russia wants Ukraine to completely withdraw its troops from the country's Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia regions, as well as to formally renounce its intention to join NATOmeduza.io14 June 2024 (LINK)

Thursday, 13 June 2024

Ukraine hits Russia's newest communication station for first time, military sayskyivindependent.com13 June 2024 (LINK)

Sunday, 9 June 2024

'Ukrainian warplane fires weapon at target inside Russia for first time'Sky News9 June 2024 (LINK) — ground.news: 15 media reports (LINK)

Thursday, 6 June 2024

Ukraine's peace summit could be a game-changer: may be the last opportunity this year to galvanize wider international opinion about the global implications of the conflict in Ukraine: reportedly over 100 nations and international organizations have committed to attend: the Ukrainian government is hard at work with Switzerland on an agenda that can draw together, not divide, international opinionthehill.com/opinion/6 June 2024 (LINK)

In Kyiv, UNECE Executive Secretary reaffirms support for reconstruction of UkraineUNECE6 June 2024 (LINK)

Wednesday, 5 June 2024

Ukraine strikes into Russia with US weapons for first time, official saysground.news main source: AP, 48 media reports5 June 2024 (LINK)

Monday, 3 June 2024

Vice President Kamala Harris to attend Ukraine peace summit in Switzerland this monthVOA3 June 2024 (LINK)

Zelenskiy thanks Philippines' Marcos for supportmalaymail.com3 June 2024 (LINK)

Switzerland's upper house rejects 5 bln Swiss franc ($5.58bn) aid plan for Ukraine on the grounds that the plan breached borrowing restrictions in the neutral countryReuters ●3 June 2024 (LINK)

— The plan's defeat had been widely anticipated in recent weeks, with legislators from the right particularly opposed to it.

Sunday, 2 June 2024

Zelenskyy accuses China of pressuring other countries not to attend upcoming Ukraine peace talksground.news: 126 media reports2 June 2024 (LINK)

Saturday, 1 June 2024

Russia suffers 'highest monthly' losses since war began: 38,940newsweek1 June 2024 (LINK)

— In mid-May, Kyiv's troops said Moscow lost 1,740 troops in a single day, marking the highest number of daily Russian casualties since the start of all-out war.

May 2024

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