Call for help from Ukrainian soldiers to MariupoI, the President of the European Council in kyiv, Volodymyr Zelensky guest on BFMTV at 6:50 p.m…. Follow the evolution of the conflict in Ukraine throughout this day of Wednesday, April 20.
– “I have relations with Emmanuel Macron, and I would not like to lose them”
Invited remotely from BFMTV, this Wednesday, April 20, Volodymyr Zelensky cautiously answered questions about his relations with Emmanuel Macron and the presidential campaign in France. “I have relations with Emmanuel Macron, and I would not like to lose them,” he replied to journalists. A sentence to be interpreted as support for the current head of state.
– Volodymyr Zelensky, exceptional guest of BFMTV this Wednesday, April 20 at 6:50 p.m.
The news channel said on its website that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will answer questions from editorial journalists. This interview will be broadcast at 6:50 p.m.
– “History will not forget war crimes”, warns Charles Michel
The President of the European Council declared that “History will not forget the war crimes” in Ukraine, during his visit to Borodianka near kyiv. Before specifying on Twitter that “there can be no peace without justice”
– Charles Michel, the President of the European Council, arrived in kyiv
“In Kyiv today, in the heart of free and democratic Europe,” wrote Charles Michel on Twitter. This tweet announces the visit of the President of the European Council to the Ukrainian city of kyiv. His trip was not on his agenda and testifies to Europe’s support for Ukraine.
– A “preliminary” agreement reached with Russia to establish a humanitarian corridor in Mariupol
An agreement has been reached with the Russians on a humanitarian corridor to evacuate civilians from the besieged port of Mariupol. It will be transported to the Ukrainian city of Zaporijia, announced on Wednesday April 20 the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Irina Vereshchuk.
“We managed to find a preliminary agreement (with the Russians) on a humanitarian corridor for women, children and the elderly,” she said. This is the first agreement of this type since Saturday April 16, for lack of an agreement with Russia.
“Given the dire humanitarian situation in Mariupol, that’s where we’re going to focus our efforts today,” she posted on Facebook.
Speaking on national television, the mayor of Mariupol, Vadim Boitchenko, said he hoped to be able to evacuate some 6,000 people with the dispatch of 90 buses. According to him, approximately 100,000 civilians are still in Mariupol, besieged by the Russian army since the start of the offensive launched by the latter in Ukraine on 24 February.
Local authorities say thousands of people have been killed in Mariupol, southeastern Ukraine, and the Sea port city of Azov was almost completely destroyed.
– The call for help of Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol
“We may be living our last days, even our last hours” revealed on Wednesday April 19, Serguiy Volyna, a Ukrainian commander of the 36th brigade of the national navy.
“The enemy is ten times more numerous than us“, he affirmed on Facebook. “We call and beg all the leaders of the world to help us. We ask them to use the extraction procedure and take us to the territory of a third country,” he adds.
– Did the United States help to sink the ship Moskva?
The Moskva, flagship of the Russian fleet sank in the Black Sea after explosions on April 13. It would likely have been hit by Ukrainian Neptune missiles. Why is the United States suspected? At the time of the attack on the ship, an American spy plane would have flown over the area, reports the British daily Times.