As the Russian invasion continues to destroy more cities, the energy supply crisis is also another problem that has arisen. This means that upon Putin’s demands that the EU and other countries purchase the oil in Rubles, some countries such as the ones from the EU have not fully agreed. This has then led to Russia slowing down the gas supplies, which could be the start of further newer problems, such as leaving Ukraine completely defenseless.
Reports have indicated that the evacuation mission of the civilians that were trapped in the Mariupol steel plant, is supported by President Zelensky. This means that more than 100 civilians who recovered will now be able to reunite with their loved ones or can return to safety. In a recent speech by the Ukrainian president Zelensky, he has revealed that these civilians will arrive in Zaporizhzhia the following day, where they will be treated.
However, multiple reports from the Hindustan Times have risen in which the foreign minister Lavrov suggests that Putin will not stop his invasion of Ukraine on May 9th as expected. This means that Russia may have plans to expand further into the west, such as reports indicating Bolivia to be the next possible target. This has said to have stricken fear into the western countries. Further reports show the latest ‘ultrasonic weapons’ development, which is said to be reserved by Putin for any future attacks from the west. Yet, it is shown by numerous reports that Putin only uses this weapon to warn the west in order to prevent a nuclear war.
Therefore, reports from TRT World show that the EU ministers are also said to meet up to discuss the countries that are facing a shortage of gas supplies, as recently reports have shown that Putin has stopped the gas exchange to Poland.
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