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Sport: Ukraine insists on the expulsion of UN Russia: "Fatal errors must be corrected".

Putin admits the situation in the four Ukrainian regions Russia occupies is 'extremely difficult'

  Putin admits the situation in the four Ukrainian regions Russia occupies is 'extremely difficult' President Vladimir Putin called for an increase in surveillance in his comments to mark Security Services Day in Russia on Tuesday. They followed a visit to close ally Belarus that fuelled fears, dismissed by the Kremlin, that the country could help Russia open a new invasion front against Ukraine.Kyiv renewed calls for more weapons after Russian drones hit energy targets in a third air strike on power facilities in six days.

Archive - Le représentant de la Russie aux Nations Unies Vasili Nebenzia lors d'une réunion du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU. - Cia Pak/UN Security Council Cham / DPA © supplied by News 360 Archive - The representative of Russia at the United Nations Vasili Nebenzia at a meeting of the UN Security Council. - CIA Pak / A Security Council Cham / DPA

The Ukrainian presidential advisor, Mikhail Podoliak, insisted on the need to expel Russia on Tuesday from all the United Nations organs, saying that "fatal errors must be corrected".

Mr. Podoliak made this declaration on his official Twitter profile, where he said that Russia had "illegally" took a seat on the UN Security Council and "usurped" the right of veto.

"whether by corruption or by legal negligence, the Russian Federation has usurped the 'veto right and systematically destroy international legal and security systems," said Podoliak, calling for compliance with the law and The Charter of the United Nations.

With this publication of the main collaborator of President Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine insists once again on its call for the expulsion of Russia of the UN Security Council and the UN as a whole.

As the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry denounced on Monday, Russia took advantage of the position of the Soviet Union when, with its dissolution in 1991, it obtained a permanent member of the UN UN Security Council without going through the procedures defined by the Charter of the United Nations.

Putin's Wagner mercenaries will recruit women jailed in Russia as SNIPERS to fight in Ukraine

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Fighting rages in east Ukraine as Russia reaffirms demands for ending war .
By Dan Peleschuk and Herbert Villarraga KYIV/BAKHMUT, Ukraine (Reuters) -Russian forces shelled and bombed towns and cities in eastern and southern Ukraine on Tuesday, a day after Russia's foreign minister said Kyiv must accept Moscow's demands for ending the war or else suffer defeat on the battlefield. Those demands include Ukraine recognising Russia's conquest of a fifth of its territory. Kyiv, armed and supported by the United States and its NATO allies, has vowed to recover all occupied territory and to drive out all Russian soldiers.

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