Ukraine-News: Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov railed against the West and Ukraine in front of the UN


211th day of the war
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov railed against the West and Ukraine in front of the UN – and then immediately left the hall

Lavrov speaking to the UN Security Council

Russia's Foreign Minister Lavrov had made the UN Security Council wait almost 90 minutes

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has asked the United Nations to punish Russia for the war of aggression against his country. "A crime has been committed against Ukraine and we demand punishment," Zelenskyy said in a video message to the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday. Russia must be punished for the killing, torture, humiliation and disastrous turmoil it has thrown Ukraine into.

At the same time, Ukraine and Russia carried out one of the largest prisoner exchanges in the war that lasted almost seven months on Thursday night. 205 captured Ukrainians were released, according to the head of the Ukrainian Presidential Office, Andriy Yermak. These included defenders of Mariupol, who had resisted the Russian conquerors entrenched in the Azovstal steelworks until mid-May.

In Russia, several thousand people protested the Kremlin's announcement that 300,000 reservists would be called up.

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Day 211 of the war in Ukraine


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