Ukraine updates: ‘Now is the time’ to end Russia’s war, Zelenskyy says
15 November 2022 | 3:37 pm
The Russian war in Ukraine "must and can be stopped" and would "save thousands of lives," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. G20 leaders condemned Moscow for its war in Ukraine. Follow DW for the latest.
Western countries have already sent Ukraine billions in weapons and other aid. They also have to think about helping rebuild the country once the war is over.
A top Ukrainian official has called on Germany to send Leopard and Marder tanks to help Kyiv's forces retake territory. Meanwhile, the EU has slammed Russia's withdrawal from a key grain export deal. DW has the latest.
In an interview with DW, the mayor of the Ukrainian capital said Russian forces are behaving like "terrorists" by targeting key infrastructure. He urged EU leaders not to give up their support.
Russia said it would return to the grain export agreement on Wednesday, according to Turkey. Meanwhile, the city's mayor is planning "heating points" in case of loss of electricity and water. Follow DW for the latest.
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Foreign ministers from the world's major industrialized democracies reiterated their countries' support for Ukraine. They said they would continue providing Kyiv with military and humanitarian support.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said civilians should be evacuated from the region of Kherson. Meanwhile, the G7 agreed on the need for a mechanism to help Ukraine repair its critical infrastructure. DW has the latest.
Ukrainians are scrambling to repair buildings damaged by Russia. DW reporter Oleh Klymchuk visited villages in northern Ukraine that national forces liberated in spring to see how reconstruction efforts are coming along.
Chechnya's pro-Kremlin strongman Ramzan Kadyrov has sent soldiers to help Russia, but Ukraine has a battalion named after a Chechen independence leader. The battalion is full of Chechen volunteers determined to fight Russia.
Ukraine says it needs much more military support to win the war. As Europe’s biggest economy, much demand has fallen on Germany. But critics — including the Ukrainian government — say it has not delivered.
Russian airstrikes on power plants have left many Ukrainian cities with little or no electricity. Attacks have also knocked out water supplies in several areas. Fighting rages on, with multiple front lines across the country.
In an interview with FRANCE 24, US Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo discussed the sanctions imposed on Moscow in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. "The sanctions are working and that's why Russia is working so hard to evade them," he said. Adeyemo also discussed the cap on the price of Russian oil announced by the G7.
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