Counteroffensive needs time, Zelenskyy says
14 May 2023 | 5:13 am
A planned counteroffensive against Russian forces will have to wait until the military has had more time to prepare, Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. Meanwhile, the EU and G7 are discussing sanctions. DW has the latest.
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The foreign ministers of the world's major economies are gathered for a second day of meeting, with host Japan urging a unified stance on China.
Ukraine's first Olympic champion appeals to Bach for IOC to ban Russia from Paris 2024. Ukraine's first Olympic gold medallist Oksana Baiul has pleaded with International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach to "help us" by banning Russian athletes from competing at next year's Games in Paris.
Journalists covering Russia's war on Ukraine must now observe stricter rules. Media outlets say the changes violate press freedom.
Beijing's ambassador to Paris said ex-Soviet states don't have "actual status" under international law. Meanwhile, G7 leaders called for an expansion of the Ukraine grain export deal. DW has the latest.
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