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President Zelenskyy views the chosen Saturday for the Malta Summit as a highly symbolic date.
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President Zelenskyy views the chosen Saturday for the Malta Summit as a highly symbolic date.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy noted in his daily speech on Saturday that it was significant that the Malta summit was taking place on the same day as Ukraine’s commemoration of World War II and the expulsion of the Nazis from its land.

The gathering in Malta marks the third phase of discussions aimed at achieving peace in Ukraine, with representatives from over 60 nations present to discuss President Zelenskyy’s 10-point proposal for resolving the conflict. Previous meetings were held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and Copenhagen, Denmark earlier this year.

Zelenskyy expressed his gratitude to Ukraine’s border guards for their role in “fighting on the front lines” alongside the nation’s defense and security forces to bring peace closer to the country. He mentioned this in his regular address.

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The Russian government accuses Ukraine of being responsible for the destruction incurred by.

The country of Russia claimed that Ukraine was responsible for causing harm to a nuclear waste facility through a drone attack on the Kursk nuclear power plant. They also asserted that their air defenses successfully intercepted eight drones from Ukraine.

On Saturday, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported that the power plant was attacked by three drones carrying explosives on Thursday night. The administration building and a nuclear waste storage facility were both hit. The press service for the Kursk nuclear power plant verified the attack on Friday, but stated that there were no major damages or injuries and that operations were unaffected.

Fighting around Avdiivka

Fierce clashes have persisted in the vicinity of the strategic city of Avdiivka in the eastern region of Donetsk, Ukraine.

The air force of Ukraine claimed that it successfully eliminated three out of four Iskander cruise missiles in the Dnipropetrovsk region on Saturday night.

A dearth of reported aerial attacks this weekend follows several weeks of fierce fighting close to Avdiivka. Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustem Umerov told his U.S. counterpart Lloyd Austin on Saturday that Russia had lost about 4,000 troops in Avdiivka, according to Kyiv”s Defense Ministry.