The war in Ukraine on the 67th day. Odessa Airport was hit by Russian missiles. Ukrainian troops are fighting hard in the east of the country

The war in Ukraine on the 67th day. Odessa Airport was hit by Russian missiles. Ukrainian troops are fighting hard in the east of the country

UPDATE 02:10

The Kalush Orchestra’s first rehearsal took place today on the “Eurovision-2022” stage in Turin, Italy.

The Ukrainians will play in the first semifinal on May 10. Now, bookmakers predict that the Ukrainian team will win the competition by a large margin of points.

UPDATE 01:00 Johnson reveals details from his telephone conversation with Zelenski

The British Prime Minister stressed how his country will continue to provide military and humanitarian aid to provide Ukrainians with everything they need to defend themselves.

“I am more committed than ever to strengthening Ukraine and making sure Putin fails,” Boris Johnson said.

UPDATE 00:30 Russia will leave the International Space Station due to sanctions

Summary of the day

  • Odessa Airport was hit by Russian missiles. The runway has been destroyed and can no longer be used.
  • The Russians are trying to capture several strategic points in eastern Ukraine, where they have been met with fierce resistance from the Ukrainian military.
  • Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said the lifting of sanctions on Russia is part of peace talks with Ukraine, but Ukrainian negotiator Mykhailo Podolyak has denied the allegations.
  • Russia believes that the risks of nuclear war should be kept to a minimum and that any armed conflict between the world’s nuclear powers should be prevented.
  • French President Emmanuel Macron has said France will step up military and humanitarian support for Ukraine.
  • More than 1 million people have left Ukraine and moved to Russia since the start of the war. Most are from the Russian-backed separatist regions, the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics.
  • Ukraine exchanged prisoners with Russia on Saturday, with seven soldiers and seven civilians returning home.
  • Ukraine’s deputy agriculture minister claims that the Russian military has stolen “several hundred thousand tons” of grain from the areas it occupies.

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