– France sent 55 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine
France on Monday sent 55 tons of medical equipment, computers, infant milk and generators to Ukraine via Poland, the French Foreign Ministry announced.
– Russia blocks the site of the French channel Euronews
The Russian media regulator on Monday blocked access to the site of the French channel Euronews, a new media banned in Russia amid increasing control over information related to the offensive in Ukraine. The reason for this blocking was not specified.
-“The organizers of Roland-Garros” lack of courage “, judge Dolgopolov
Former Ukraine tennis player Alexandr Dolgopolov said in an interview with RTL on Monday that the organizers of Roland-Garros were “lacking in courage” in allowing Russian players to participate in the tournament and called for on the “ban on Russia” from the tournament. world of tennis.
– New curfew in kyiv
– Zelensky rejected any ultimatum and wanted to meet Putin
“Ukraine cannot accept any ultimatum from Russia. We must first destroy all of us, only then will their ultimatums be respected,” Volodymyr Zelensky said in an interview with regional state media on Monday.
Any “compromise” in negotiations with Russia to end the conflict will be subject to a referendum in Ukraine, the Ukrainian president said.
He also stressed the need for a “conference”, “in any form whatsoever”, with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to “stop the war” in Ukraine. “I believe that without this meeting it would be impossible to fully understand what they (the Russians) are ready to do to stop the war,” Zelensky said in an interview with Suspilne, a Ukrainian regional state media.
– Mariupol refused to surrender