Zelenskyy met in Kyiv on Sunday with International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach and praised 'his unwavering position' on sports sanctions against Russia and its ally Belarus.
Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to Putin in a televised meeting Monday that Russian forces had taken control of Luhansk.
One-year military service is mandatory in Russia but is relatively unpopular, and many now fear it due to the prospect of being sent to Ukraine.
The French government has introduced a moratorium for students until September, which means that foreign students do not need to leave the French territory until the new university year.
Annual inflation in the eurozone surged past the 8.1% per cent recorded in May, according to the latest numbers published Friday by the European Union statistics agency, Eurostat.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said NATO should give up zero-sum game and the practice of creating enemies, and not try to mess up Asia and the whole world after disrupting Europe.
Zelenskyy asked for more modern artillery systems and other weapons and warned the leaders that they either had to provide Ukraine with the help or face a delayed war between Russia and themselves.
British PM Boris Johnson said that Putin's invasion of Ukraine is 'a perfect example of toxic masculinity', and called for better education of girls and 'more women in positions of power' worldwide.
Zelensky's speech four months into Russia's war on Ukraine comes amid a fresh political crisis in Israel that will likely see Naftali Bennett replaced as PM by Foreign Minister Yair Lapid within days.
India's economy grew 8.7 per cent in the last fiscal (2021-22) against a 6.6 per cent contraction in the previous year.
The positive side is that steel consumers, notably in the automobile and construction sectors will gain from this steep decline in prices, he added.
It has come as a huge relief to the students who were staring at a bleak future with the National Medical Council regulations denying them the opportunity to continue studies in India.
Shortly after Russia's February invasion, Zelensky started pushing for Ukraine's rapid admission into the European Union and has demanded an answer on its candidacy before the end of this month.
Both sides have expended large amounts of weaponry in what has become a grinding war of attrition for the eastern region of coal mines and factories known as the Donbas.
The warnings were met with disbelief and even veiled criticism from some European allies, who at the time felt the United States was being too alarmist.