“Heavy fighting” near Bakhmut – Kyiv: Latest news on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict

RUSSIA. ~ Grigory Karasin, the head of the foreign affairs committee of the Federation Council, the upper house of the Russian parliament, said that Russia had transferred about 700,000 children from crisis areas in Ukraine to Russian territory. “In recent years, 700,000 children have found refuge with us, fleeing shelling and shelling from conflict areas in Ukraine,” Karasin said on his Telegram messaging channel. “These children are fleeing the shelling and shelling of conflict zones in Ukraine.” Moscow says the purpose of its initiative to move children from Ukraine to Russian territory is to protect orphaned or abandoned youngsters in combat zones. Outside Unilever’s London headquarters, protesters displayed a fake advertisement for Dove on a large billboard. Unilever said it intends to continue supplying people living in Russia with Russian-made food and sanitary products.

According to reports from both Ukraine and the United States, children have been taken from their homes against their will and illegally deported. US Ambassador to Russia Lynne Tracy paid a visit to Moscow’s Lefortovo prison, where she spoke with incarcerated Wall Street Journal writer Evan Gershkovich. It was Tracy’s second visit to Gershkovich since he was remanded in March on espionage charges. A State Department spokesperson shared the following information: “Ambassador Tracy reports that Mr. Gershkovich is in good health and continues to be strong, despite his condition.” “We expect Russian authorities to provide continued consular access.”

Russia has claimed that Gershkovich was apprehended trying to steal military secrets while visiting the city of Yekaterinburg in Russia, although the country has not provided any evidence to support this claim. These accusations are false, according to the Wall Street Journal. After the company failed to follow through on its announced plan to abandon the Russian market because of Moscow’s war in Ukraine, the Ukraine Solidarity Project (USP) added British consumer goods major Unilever to his list of war sponsors. USP did this because Unilever failed to follow through on its proclaimed decision to exit the Russian market. According to Ukraine’s National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAZK), the multinational conglomerate Unilever, owner of hundreds of globally well-known brands, such as Dove, Rexona, Lipton and Domestos, has remained in Russia and has boosted its revenue in the country by 24.9% over the past year.

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