Canada: Scholz: Russia can no longer win Ukraine War on the battlefield

Canada monitoring as Poland says ‘Russia-made’ missile killed 2 in explosion

  Canada monitoring as Poland says ‘Russia-made’ missile killed 2 in explosion Polish media reported that two people died Tuesday afternoon after a projectile struck an area where grain was drying in Przewodow, a Polish village near the border with Ukraine.Poland's foreign ministry said early Wednesday that a "Russia-made missile" was responsible for Tuesday's explosion in Przewodow, a Polish village near the border with Ukraine, that killed two people. Russia was striking Ukraine's energy facilities throughout the day with its biggest barrage of missiles yet, hitting targets from east to west and causing widespread blackouts.

Russia fights in Ukraine according to Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) on a lost item. The conflict is a war that Russian President Vladimir Putin "can no longer win on the battlefield, so much seems clear," said Scholz at a press conference with Cyprical President Nikos Anastasiadis in Berlin on Wednesday.

Russland kämpft in der Ukraine nach den Worten von Bundeskanzler Olaf Scholz (SPD) auf verlorenem Posten. Der Konflikt sei ein Krieg, den der russische Präsident Wladimir Putin © John Macdougall Russia fights in Ukraine according to Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) on a lost item. The conflict is a war that Russian President Vladimir Putin "can no longer win on the battlefield, so much seems clear," said Scholz.

"That's why my appeal remains to Putin: End the senseless killing, pull your troops completely from Ukraine and agree to peace talks with Ukraine." The Chancellor condemned the Russian attacks on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine as a "bomb terror against the civilian population".

"It is not only unbearable, but a blatant violation of international law that Russia has been throwing its bombs for weeks against civilian infrastructure in Ukraine," said Scholz. The actions of Russia show again, "how ruthlessly and mercilessly" Putin proceeds in the war.

The persistent Russian rocket attacks on the Ukrainian infrastructure are difficult for the country, many people are without water, without electricity and without heating. Russian armed forces have repeatedly attacked Ukrainian hospitals since their invasion in Ukraine on February 24.

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Trudeau extends Ukraine military training, urges caution after Poland missile deaths .
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is extending Canada's training mission of Ukrainian soldiers after reports that a missile killed two people in Poland on Tuesday, though world leaders are urging calm as an investigation begins. "There is no confirmation of exactly what happened yet; there needs to be a proper investigation," Trudeau told reporters Wednesday on the sidelines of the G20 in Bali, Indonesia.

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