Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in a statement
for the WWII victory anniversary, promised Ukrainians would triumph,
saying, “The road to it is difficult, but we have no doubt that
we will win.” In some eastern regions of Ukraine, Luhansk, Kharkiv and
Dnipro, air raid sirens could be heard early on Tuesday.
Japan announced on Tuesday new
sanctions on Russia to freeze the assets of more individuals and
ban exports of cutting-edge goods to some Russian groups
including scientific research institutions.
It is a series of punitive measures by Tokyo following
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine’s president said on Monday
that trade at the country’s ports was at a standstill and urged
the international community to take immediate steps to end a
Russian blockade to allow wheat shipments and prevent a global
Volodymyr Zelenskiy made the comments after speaking to
European Council President Charles Michel, who was visiting
Odesa – the major Black Sea port for exporting agricultural
products where missiles struck tourist sites and destroyed
buildings on Monday.
Poland and Ukraine are working out ways
to ship more oil products to Ukraine and ease fuel shortages
there caused by the Russian invasion, officials from both
countries said after a joint meeting on Monday.
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