Russia has fired a missile at a shopping mall in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk. So far 16 people have died in this attack, while more than 59 people have been injured. More than a thousand people were present in the mall when the attack took place.
On Tuesday morning, the Chief of Ukraine Emergency Services gave information about the attack. He said that 25 people have been admitted to the hospital. The condition of the injured remains critical. The death toll may increase.
The battle between Russia and Ukraine continues for the 123rd day on Tuesday as Russian troops reached near the city of Lisichensk . Ukrainian authorities have urged the people of Lisichensk to leave their homes and move to a safer place, as Russian forces have come very close. However, people are angry about this.
Exhibition of Russian destroyed tanks in
Poland Ukraine has put up an exhibition of Russian destroyed tanks and armored vehicles in Poland’s Warsaw city. These tanks and vehicles were wreaking havoc in Ukraine, including Kyiv, which were destroyed by the Ukrainian army. Now they have to be taken for exhibition in Poland as well as in other European countries.
Russia failed to pay off foreign debt for the first time since 1918
. Russia could not repay the installment of foreign debt for the first time since 1918. After banning dollar transactions in the global market, Russia offered to pay in its currency, the ruble, which was turned down by other countries under the influence of the US.
On May 27, Russia was to pay $100 million in interest on foreign debt, on which there was a grace period of one month. Despite this, he could not repay the amount.
G-7 leaders mock Putin Leaders of
G-7 countries mock Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Germany, these leaders made fun of Putin during lunch over the picture in which he is sitting on a horse without a shirt.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson started the joke. He said- Wearing a jacket? Take off the jacket? On this Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said – wait to be photographed. On this, Boris Johnson once again said – we have to show that we are stronger than Putin.