The Arab League (AL) says the foreign ministers of Egypt, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan and Sudan met Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Ahemd Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the Arab League, also joined the meeting.
"The sad news is that 90 per cent of the infrastructure in the city is destroyed and 40 per cent is unrecoverable," Boichenko told a press conference. Around 130,000 people remained trapped in the city, he said.
Russian forces withdrew from the shattered outskirts of Kyiv to regroup and intensify their offensive across the Donbas region, where authorities urged people to evacuate before time runs out.
On Zelensky's Telegram channel, Johnson was described as "one of the most principled opponents of the Russian invasion, a leader in putting sanctions on Russia and providing defensive support to Ukraine."
Would-be hosts have spent the last three weeks helping families from Kyiv, Lviv and Mariupol apply for the necessary documents to move here – but not one is understood to have yet received a full reply from the Home Office.
In rejecting his asylum application, activists say, Hungarian authorities disregarded the fact that Qarizada’s homeland ofAfghanistan couldn't be considered safe as the Taliban returned to power.
Some soon-to-be refugees felt unable to take their pets further. Zalypskyy estimates his shelter has taken in 1,500 animals since the war began, from migrants and shelters in "hot spots" to the east.
He urged the West to give Ukraine tanks, planes and missiles to help fend off the Russian forces, which the Kyiv government said were increasingly targeting fuel and food depots.
The war in Ukraine has not only captured the full attention of Western leaders but also gripped the world media since Russian troops crossed the frontier on February 24th.
Russia estimated 2,500 Ukrainian fighters are holding out at a hulking steel plant in the last pocket of resistance in Mariupol; the Lord’s Resurrection is a testimony to the victory of life over death, good over evil: Zelensky.