Live – Ukraine: Q says ready to wage “big war” in eastern territory

Finland prepares for historic end on NATO

Two months before the invasion of Ukraine, Finland is preparing to reveal its access to NATO, a step unimaginable.

In this country, which shares a land border with Russia, a “white paper” on the country’s security is to be issued. Following this release, Parliament will be taken over, followed by a national debate for several weeks.

“We will discuss very carefully, but we will not take more time than necessary. (…) I think we will end our discussion by the end of June,” said Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin.

Ukraine says high school and apartment buildings have been bombed in the Luhansk and Dinibro regions

Local Ukrainian officials say a school and several apartment buildings were bombed early Sunday morning. Authorities said one person was injured and set on fire. Residents were evacuated in time.

“Two tall buildings and a high school in the city’s new district were targeted by heavy shelling by the Russian military,” Sergei Haidai, governor of the Luhansk region, wrote in a telegram.

In another statement, Dnipro regional governor Valentyn Reznichenko said a missile had struck a building in the Pavlovgad district of the city center.

9 trains will be provided for the public to leave the Luhansk region

Luhansk regional governor Sergei Haidai said on Sunday that nine trains would be provided to civilians fleeing the region, which has been besieged by the Russian military.

The announcement was made in the governor’s telegram account. Most trains have locations in western Ukraine, such as the city of Elviv.

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Since the reorganization of Russian troops in Ukraine, the country’s east and Donbass have been Moscow’s main military target.

British intelligence says rising Russian military losses prompt Moscow to recruit ex-soldiers

In a new update, British MoD intelligence has confirmed “increasing casualties” among Russian troops.

According to London, “Russian forces are trying to strengthen their forces by sending those who have been released from military service since 2012.”

Moscow is also looking for militants in the Transnistria region, a pro-Russian separatist territory in Moldova.

‘Ukraine can no longer wait’: Zhelensky reiterates call for embargo on Russian oil

In his latest video speech, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky again called on Europeans to ban Russian oil.

“Ukraine can no longer wait. Independence can no longer wait. In the event of a tyrannical attack on all peacekeepers in Europe, immediate action must be taken,” the Ukrainian president appealed.

Before adding: “We must act in accordance with the principles. And the oil embargo must be the first step. At the level of all democracies, of all civilized worlds.”

Kyiv says it is ready to wage a “big war” in the east of its territory

Ukraine has said it is ready to wage a “major war” in the east of its territory, which continues to evacuate civilians for fear of immediate attacks in Moscow.

“Ukraine is ready for big wars. Ukraine must win them, including the Donbass in the east of the country,” Mykhaïlo Podoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, was quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying. -Ukraine.

“When that happens, Ukraine will take a strong position in the negotiations, which will allow it to impose certain conditions,” he added.

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Welcome to this Sunday, April 10 live broadcast dedicated to the news of the conflict in Ukraine.

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