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The Russo-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 573 of the Invasion | Ukraine

  • The commander of Ukrainian ground forces hailed the recent recapture of two eastern villages, Andriivka and Klishchiivka, as an important breakthrough. General Oleksandr Syrskyi said this allowed kyiv troops to break through Russian lines near the destroyed town of Bakhmut.

  • The Ukrainian government has fired six deputy defense ministers following the appointment of a new defense minister earlier this month.. The government gave no reason for the dismissals. Among those removed from office was Hanna Maliar, who frequently posted public updates about Russia’s war against Ukraine. The Kyiv Post reported that such dismissals are common when there is a change in the head of a ministry, and that some may be reappointed.

  • Ukraine said it had filed a lawsuit at the World Trade Organization against its three EU neighbors – Poland, Slovakia and Hungary – over their bans on Ukrainian grain imports.. Central European countries last week opposed the European Commission’s decision to end the import embargo.

  • Russia launched a missile attack on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, on Monday evening, hitting an industrial district, Mayor Ihor Terekhov said.. “There is information that an industrial zone was hit in the Kholodnohirsky district,” Terekhov said on Telegram. No information was immediately available on casualties or damage.

  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he arrived in New York ahead of his appearance at the U.N. General Assembly and meetings in Washington.. Zelenskiy, in a post on Telegram, said he had already visited Ukrainian servicemen being treated for war injuries in the United States. His schedule includes interviews with US President Joe Biden, members of Congress and military and business officials.

  • Brazil’s presidential office confirmed reports that President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva would meet with Zelenskiy on the sidelines of the UN summit on Wednesday.. Lula advocated the creation of a group of nations to negotiate an end to the war between Russia and Ukraine, but in May he declared that Moscow and Kiev were both responsible for the conflict, angering Kiev, of the United States and European states that support Ukraine. .

  • A Russian who lived in Hong Kong has been arrested by the United States and charged with smuggling large quantities of American-made military-grade microelectronic products into Russia., said the US Department of Justice. Maxim Marchenko and two unnamed Russian co-conspirators are accused of using his front companies to conceal the fraudulent purchase of OLED microdisplays.

  • Russia has called a Ukrainian case alleging that Moscow abused the genocide convention to justify its invasion last year an “abuse of process.” as Moscow’s lawyers sought to have the case thrown out by judges at the International Court of Justice, the UN’s highest court.

  • People’s rights in Russia have “significantly deteriorated” since Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine last year, a UN expert has said.. The UN special rapporteur on the rights situation in Russia, Mariana Katzarova, said that “the situation was already in steady decline over the past two decades.”

  • A drone carrying explosives that landed in the Bulgarian town of Tyulenovo was destroyed by a controlled explosion, the Defense Ministry said.. The drone landed on Sunday evening in the Black Sea town located 70 km from the Romanian border and across the Crimean Sea.

  • Georgian security services have accused a former minister of plotting from Ukraine to overthrow the Black Sea country’s government by organizing mass unrest.. In a statement, he said former Deputy Interior Minister Giorgi Lortkipanidze’s plan “would involve a fairly large group of Georgian fighters in Ukraine and part of Georgian youth.”

  • China’s top diplomat, Wang Yi, begins several days of security consultations with Russian officials. After their talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the ministers reportedly said that any attempt to resolve the Ukrainian “crisis” must take into account Russian interests and include its participation.

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