Ukraine claims to have destroyed Russian drones above Kiev

Russian drones were reportedly shot down by Ukrainian air defenses on Monday near Kyiv, and falling debris burned a non-residential location on fire. However, no casualties were reported. For the most recent information on the situation in Ukraine, check out our live blog.
Belarus claims that due to pressure from NATO, it agreed to store Russian nuclear weapons. The aggressive activities of NATO nations that threatened Belarus’ security, according to the foreign ministry of Belarus, obliged it to host Russian nuclear weapons on its soil, the Russian TASS news agency stated.

However, Minsk stated that the intentions to station Russian tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, which Russian President Vladimir Putin disclosed over the weekend, would not violate any international non-proliferation agreements because Belarus would not have control over them.

over the weapons. Below, the Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya reacts to Russia’s plan to store nuclear weapons in Belarus.

According to Russia, anti-ship missiles were fired at a simulated target in the Sea of Japan.
In the course of military drills, the Russian navy, according to the country’s defense ministry, fired test anti-ship missiles at fictitious targets in the Sea of Japan.

A week after Tokyo’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s visit to Ukraine, Russia’s Pacific Fleet conducted maneuvers.

Early on Tuesday, the ministry said on Telegram that Moskit cruise missiles were fired from missile boats of the Pacific Fleet towards a fictitious enemy naval target.

Two ships were reportedly involved in the practice.

Moscow claims Ukraine shot down its drones over Kiev.
Russia had launched 12 drones at Kyiv, according to Serhiy Popko, head of the city’s military administration, but Ukraine’s air defense forces had located and eliminated “all enemy targets” in the airspace above the capital.

The General Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces said that 14 of the 15 Iranian-made Shahed drones that Russia launched against Ukraine overnight were destroyed by Ukrainian forces.

Zelensky informs Grossi of the IAEA that Russia must quit the Zaporizhzhia plant.
On Monday, Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, informed the head of the UN nuclear monitoring agency that the safety of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station could not be assured until Russian forces departed the facility.

According to the president’s website, he met IAEA director general Rafael Grossi at the Dnipro hydroelectric power station, which is northeast of the Zaporizhzhia plant.

German Leopard 2 tanks transferred to Ukraine, Spiegel reports

The 18 Leopard 2 combat tanks that Germany promised to provide to aid Ukraine in its conflict with Russia have been delivered at the Ukrainian border, according to a report published on Monday in the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel.

The article reportedly stated that about 40 Marder infantry fighting vehicles had arrived in Ukraine.

IAEA chief travels to Zaporizhzhia with Zelensky of Ukraine
IAEA representative Rafael Grossi announced on Monday that he will be traveling with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to the country’s southernmost area, Zaporizhzhia, which is partially under Russian control.

“I had a fruitful conversation with Zelensky about protecting the Zaporizhzhia NPP (nuclear power plant) and its employees when we met today in Zaporizhzhia City. I reaffirmed the IAEA’s unwavering support for Ukraine’s nuclear plants “Grossi tweeted something.


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