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Ukraine war latest: Zelensky, Xi talk first time during full-scale war; Russia kills Ukrainian journalist
Key developments on April 26: * Zelensky holds phone call with China's Xi Jinping, appoints Ukrainian ambassador to Beijing * CNN: White House 'welcomes' Zelensky-Xi call, expresses caution regarding Chinese peace plan. * Italian correspondent wounded, Ukrainian fixer killed in Kherson Oblast * 44 Ukrainian POWs freed in prisoner exchange President Volodymyr Zelensky held
China's ambassador to France says former Soviet countries have ‘no status in international law’
He also said Crimea was "Russian at the beginning," without specifying what he meant by beginning.
Zelensky holds phone call with Macron, discusses his recent visit to China
President Volodymyr Zelensky said that he and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron had an “hour and a half” phone call on April 15, discussing the results of Macron’s recent visit to China and the situation on the front line in Ukraine.
Ukraine war latest: Wagner admits Ukrainian forces not retreating from Bakhmut; Macron calls on Xi to 'bring Russia to senses'
Key developments on April 6: * Russia’s Wagner Group admits Ukrainian strongholds remain in Bakhmut * Lithuania to send $44 million worth of military aid to Ukraine * Ukraine, Poland to co-produce 125 mm tank shells * Reuters: China ready to work with France on Ukraine peace * EU chief says China’s Xi
How outcome of Russia’s war can tip international order
A year into Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, there is little doubt in the West that Ukraine needs to win. Led by the U.S., Western support helped Ukraine push back Russian forces and kept Russian President Vladimir Putin from achieving his major warmongering goals. But Russia’s war
Explainer: China’s increasing role in Russia’s war against Ukraine
Just days before Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine last February, China’s leader Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a “friendship without limits,” agreeing there would be no “forbidden areas of cooperation.” Unsurprisingly then, Beijing did not condemn Russia’s all-out war against Ukraine that began on