Ukraine welcomed the decision for Britain to host next year's Eurovision song contest after initially condemning the move to strip the war-torn country of its right to host on security grounds.
"The 1.5 billion euros ($1.5 billion) was brought to the table today. It's money that will be used in 2022, this year and next year," Danish Defence Minister Morten said during a news conference.
Air raid sirens wailed and one of the brides wore camouflage trousers as the Ukrainian army took a break from frontline fighting in the east to hold a double wedding on Sunday.
Wimbledon will give Ukrainian refugees free tickets to the tournament and donate £250,000 to those affected by Russia's invasion of the country, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, said.
On average, every day over the last 20 days in Ukraine, more than 70,000 children have become refugees," James Elder, spokesman for the UN children's agency UNICEF, told reporters in Geneva.
"Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel and the whole Kyiv region were liberated from the invader," Maliar said on Facebook, referring to towns that have been heavily destroyed by fighting.
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.
Limanowski is the first school in town to have launched such a programme, but others are due to follow soon. Wyrozembski stressed that it was his teachers who took the lead on the initiative once refugees began flooding Poland.
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.
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.