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Follow here live the latest news about the war in Ukraine after the invasion of Russia ordered by Vladimir Putin. This direct is active from April 19, 2022. If you want to consult previous news, visit the active direct until that date.

Ukraine’s offensive has intensified in recent days over the west of the country, with bombings in Lviv and Kharkov. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian army continues to resist in Mariúpol, a city that, according to the foreign minister of that country, has been destroyed.

In the diplomatic field, Ukraine has completed the questionnaire that the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, handed over last week to the Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelensky, so that Ukraine receives the status of a candidate to join the Union. European.

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Sánchez arrives in kyiv to meet with Zelensky

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, arrived in kyiv this Thursday to hold a meeting with his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodimir Zelenski, with a view to conveying Spain’s support and solidarity with this country in the face of the Russian invasion and its commitment to peace.

Russia successfully tests a new intercontinental ballistic missile

The Russian Armed Forces have successfully tested this Wednesday the ‘Sarmat’ intercontinental ballistic missile, called to be a key piece of Moscow’s weapons arsenal and with the capacity to hit targets throughout Europe and even reach United States territory.

Brazil will defend the permanence of Russia in the next G20 summit

The Brazilian Foreign Minister, Carlos França, has said that he will defend Russia’s permanence in the G20 at the group’s next summit after the United States and several of its allies have put on the table the possibility of expelling Moscow in the framework of the invasion of Ukraine.

SAP will not renew contracts with Russian companies and will leave the country

The German enterprise software firm SAP has announced new measures aimed at its orderly exit from the Russian market, where it had already suspended its sales and is working on the closure of all cloud operations in Russia, including the non-renewal of contracts with companies. russians

The number of refugees from Ukraine is already close to five million

Almost five million people have been forced to leave Ukraine since Russia launched its invasion on February 24, according to estimates by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), which confirm the worst forecasts that were raised in the first stages of the conflict.


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