Russia-Ukraine War Insights: What We Know on Day 284 of the Invasion

  • Russia will not “accept” its oil price ceiling In comments released on Saturday, the Kremlin said it was analyzing how it could respond to a deal between Western powers aimed at curbing a key source of funding for its war in Ukraine. The ceiling was the price of Russian seaborne oil Accepted by G7 and Australiaafter the European Union countries have agreed to it.

  • President Volodymyr Zelensky said the price was $60 Russia’s offshore oil limit is not dangerous and would do little to dissuade Russia from starting a war in Ukraine. “It’s only a matter of time before tougher tools are used anyway. It’s a shame the time was wasted,” she said in a video statement released on Saturday.

  • said US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen a hat This will especially benefit low- and middle-income countries that have suffered from rising energy and food prices. “The price cap will be cut immediately from (President Vladimir) Putin’s most important source of income,” Yellen said in a statement.

  • The Russian embassy in the US criticized what it described as a Western threat and said Moscow would continue to look for buyers for its oil.

  • US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Saturday accused Russia of “deliberate cruelty”. in its war in Ukraine, saying Moscow is deliberately targeting civilians. “With deliberate cruelty, Russia is putting civilians and civilian targets in its crosshairs,” Austin said at the Reagan National Defense Forum in Simi Valley, California.

  • Ukraine sanctions 10 senior clergymen On Saturday, security services said it was linked to a pro-Moscow church, under its agreement to cooperate with the Russian occupation authorities or justify an invasion of Moscow. The announcement is the latest in a series of moves against the Ukrainian branch of the Orthodox Church, which has historical ties to Moscow. The Orthodox Church in Russia itself supports the war.

  • Eighteen Ukrainian diplomatic missions in 12 countries I have some damn packagesincluding animal parts, which Ukraine has described as a “campaign of terror and intimidation”. Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleg Nikolenko said the parcels were sent simultaneously from a European country, which he could not disclose during the investigation.

  • The West must think about how to address Russia’s need for security guarantees French President Emmanuel Macron has said that if Vladimir Putin agrees to talks to end the war in Ukraine. He said Europe must address Putin’s concerns that “NATO is coming straight to their doorstep” deploying weapons that could threaten Russia as Europe prepares its future security architecture, according to Reuters.

  • The Ukrainian military has restored 13 settlements in the Luhansk region, in the far east of the country, according to Serhi Heidejs, head of the regional administration. He said Russian forces were still shelling villages with artillery fire. A medical examination is scheduled for next week and firewood is being organized for the inhabitants of Hadaje Put it on Telegram.

  • Russian forces are concentrating most of their forces to capture the city of Bakhmut in DonetskAccording to the British Ministry of Defence.

  • Ukraine and eight people Why a mural by the elusive British street artist Banksy was stolen From a wall on the outskirts of Kiev, authorities said. A stencil image of a man in a nightgown and gas mask holding a fire extinguisher next to the charred remains of a window in the town of Hostomel He disappeared on Fridaythey said.

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