World Ukraine Current: Selenskyj asks IWF for loans
Ukraine Current | Selenskyj: Russia's nuclear complex. From Japan, a warning voice reports to the threat of nuclear weapons. The overview.
© Efrem Lukatsky/dpa/AP/picture Alliance Russia Create the most important thing shortly: Selenskyj demands punishment for cunning words in Hiroshima commemorative Gassparappell by network agency boss After the shelling of the Saporischschja nuclear power plant, the Ukrainian President Wolodymyr Selenskyj has sanctions demanded against Russia's nuclear industry.
President Wolodymyr Selenskyj asked the IMF by billion dollars. Two other rating agencies downgrades Ukraine's creditworthiness. The dispute over a visa spell for Russians continues. An overview.
The most important thing shortly- Ukraine wants to do billions in loan from the International Monetary Fund - Rating agencies. Legenders of the Ukraine - Selenskyj. Reinforced demand for travel
ukraine continues to advertise the International Monetary Fund (IMF). A loan of five billion dollars can help the country to support the trust of other donors, said President Wolodymyr Selenskyj , Oleh Ustenko, the Reuters news agency. Corresponding IMF aids for around 18 months could serve as the basis for a further support package of $ 15 to $ 20 billion. Hardly creditworthiness
Mysterious explosions that rocked a Russian military base suggest Russian positions far behind the front lines are no longer safe, officials and experts say
"The psychological impact of this is much larger" than the damage to the base and the loss of aircraft, one expert told Insider.Russia now has over 130,000 troops, as well as a significant amount of weaponry and other hardware, in positions around Ukraine. Though Russia has denied having plans to attack, many in the West remain skeptical. Russia has troops in Belarus, western Russia, and Crimea.
The rating agencies S&P and FITCH have downgraded Ukraine's creditworthiness to "selective loss of payment" - and thus a level above a complete loss of payment. S&P justified the step on Friday with a delay for payments on his foreign debt, which Ukraine received on Wednesday.
Kyiv had received a two -year moratorium for his foreign debts, which is at 20 billion Dollar be estimated. A group of western states of creditor, including France, the USA, Germany, Japan and Great Britain, had approved a defense of interest payments to Ukrainian debts on July 20 and asked other creditors to do so.
Ukrainian official says Russians should 'learn how to swim' after Ukraine knocks out key river bridge with US-made rockets
The strike comes as Ukrainian troops continue to advance toward occupied Kherson and launch counterattacks on Russian forces.On Tuesday, the pro-Russia politician was captured by Ukrainian forces after escaping house arrest on treason charges earlier this year. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy shared a photo of a haggard-looking, handcuffed Medvedchuk on Telegram as proof of his arrest.
The economic performance of Ukraine had been massively broken down since the beginning of the Russian war of aggression on February 24. According to the latest estimates by the World Bank in June, Ukraine's economic performance is likely to decrease by 45 percent this year.
rocket attack on SaporischschjaThe South Ukrainian city
SaporischschjaPresident Selenskyj has confirmed his demand for a travel ban for Russians. After everything the Russian occupation in Ukraine did, there could only be an attitude towards Russia, namely to consider it as a terrorist. Selenskyj said that in his evening video address on Friday in Kyiv. "From this point of view, attitude to the citizens of Russia should also be determined." Requirement for travel ban for Russians renewed
Pentagon official warns China's 'aggressive' behavior in the South China Sea could lead to a 'major incident or accident'
A top Pentagon official said the number of "unsafe" Chinese fighter jet intercepts has "increased dramatically" in recent years."We see Beijing combining its growing military power with greater willingness to take risks," Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Ely Ratner said at a Center for Strategic & International Studies conference.
He thanked the Czech Republic and the Baltic States that they officially in the EU's question of tourist visa for Russian citizens have raised. "There are people who really need protection who are persecuted in Russia," said Selenskyj. For them there are tried and tested mechanisms like asylum. But that has nothing to do with vacation or business trips from Russians to Europe. "It must be guaranteed that Russian murderers and helpers of the state terror do not use Schengen-Visa," he said. Russia's neighboring states of Estonia and Latvia in the Baltic States have already tightened the industrial rules for Russians, Finland is also considering this. Germany and the EU Commission in Brussels reject a basic stop from tourist visa for Russians and Russians.
Russia warns USAThe Russian government has warned the United States against calling Moscow a "terrorist supporter". This could significantly damage bilateral diplomatic relationships or even bring them to a standstill, said Alexander Darchiev, head of the North America department in the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to the TASS news agency. Washington would exceed a "Point of No Return" if the US Senate actually passed a law that Russia was excluded. MAK/SE (dpa, AFP, RTR)
This article is continuously updated on the day of its appearance. Messages from the fighting areas cannot be checked independently.
Zelensky warns Ukrainians to stay away from Russian installations in Crimea .
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is warning residents of Crimea to stay away from Russian military installations following apparent Ukrainian attacks on Kremlin facilities in the occupied peninsula. © the Ukrainian Presidential Press Service/EPA-EFE Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (L) warned citizens in Russia-occupied Crimea to stay away from Kremlin military installations after an apparent attack on a military depot on Tuesday.