The Russian foreign minister promised a new era for the Arab League, and according to Zelensky’s adviser, if the Russians continued to attack the ports, the grain supply would not work. The most important news of the war on Monday.

Vladimir Putin launched an open war against Ukraine called “special military action”. Fighting has raged for weeks, and Russian forces have killed thousands of civilians. We report all developments in our series of articles.

Vladimir Rogov, an official in Ukraine’s Zaporizhia region, told the RIA Novosti news agency that a referendum on the region’s accession to Russia would be held in September, and that a similar referendum would be held in occupied Kherson. I will not name the exact date yet. Election commissions will be set up, he said.

Constant fighting continued in the Donbass and Kherson divisions. The Russians still face a dilemma: whether to allocate resources to an offensive in the east or strengthen defenses in the west, the British Ministry of Defense said in its daily briefing.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met with the permanent representatives of Arab League member states and promised officials that a “new era” was about to begin.

We are at the beginning of a new era, moving towards true multilateralism, not what the West is trying to impose.

Lavrov said, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry. Lavrov was first received by President Abdel-Fattah Sissi on Sunday, and later in the day he also held talks with Arab League Secretary General Ahmed Aboul Keit. After Cairo, he will visit Uganda, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. (Guardian)

On Sunday, 6,490 people entered Hungary at the Ukrainian-Hungarian border and 6,453 people claimed to be from Ukraine at the Romanian-Hungarian border. Of those admitted, the police issued temporary residence certificates valid for 30 days to 356. 784 people, including 322 children, arrived in Budapest by train. (ORFK)

Preparations are underway to restore grain exports to 5 million tonnes a month, but Zelensky’s economic adviser Oleg Ustenko warned on Sunday that the attack on Odessa indicated that it would certainly not work. According to Ustenko, they could export 60 million tons of grain in the next nine months, but this could be delayed by up to 24 months if the Russians continue to attack the ports. (Guardian)


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