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In his comments, which were first reported by The Wall Street Journal, the intelligence official also said "Putin was at his best moment the day before he invaded" because he had "all the power that he is ever going to have". "He squandered every single bit of that, " he added. Moscow denies hitting Kyiv with missiles Russia's Defence Ministry has claimed it didn't hit any targets within Kyiv yesterday, saying it only struck energy facilities related to the "military command and control system of Ukraine". This is despite footage emerging of damaged buildings in the city of Kyiv and a nearby town.
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"As of now, we stand by President [Vladimir] Putin's position that we will not supply oil and gas to the countries which would set [the cap] and join the cap, " Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told his daily call with reporters. "But we need to analyse everything before we formulate our position. " Poland declines offer of air defence system from Germany Polish officials have declined the offer of an air defence system from Germany, saying this would be best given to Ukraine. Earlier this week, Germany offered Poland Eurofighter planes and Patriot defence systems to help Warsaw defend its airspace.
Russian forces bombarded Ukraine with 70 missiles yesterday, killing at least 10 people and leaving millions without electricity. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov was asked how the suffering of Ukraine's civilians could be reconciled with Vladimir Putin's remarks that he does not wish to destroy Ukraine or its people. "The leadership of Ukraine has every opportunity to bring the situation back to normal, has every opportunity to resolve the situation in such a way as to fulfil the requirements of the Russian side and, accordingly, end all possible suffering among the population, " he said. For context: Back in March, Moscow issued Ukraine with a list of demands to halt the invasion: That Ukraine ceases military action That Ukraine amends its constitution so it cannot enter any bloc, such as NATO or the EU That Ukraine recognises Crimea as Russian territory, and Luhansk and Donetsk as independent states Ukraine is highly unlikely to meet these demands, and Western allies have repeatedly said Kyiv should not have to bow to Russia to end the war.
He added: "It will take some time for the water supply system to work at full capacity. " Boris Johnson becomes honorary citizen of Kyiv The former British prime minister has been given the title of honorary citizen of Ukraine's capital. Announcing the news, Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko said Boris Johnson was a "great friend of Ukraine". "Johnson has done and, I am sure, will continue to do everything possible to ensure that Great Britain and world leaders provide the necessary assistance to Ukraine. Thanks for support! We are waiting in Kyiv again to present this honorable award! " he said. Mr Johnson was one of the first world leaders to visit Kyiv since the war began, arriving in the Ukrainian capital in late April. Although he was forced to step down as prime minister, he has continued to show support for Ukraine.
Russia says it will likely not supply oil and gas to countries supporting price cap The Kremlin has signalled it will hit back at countries imposing a price cap on Russian oil by refusing to provide supplies. The G7 is considering capping Russian seaborne oil at $65-$70 a barrel. However, EU governments have not yet agreed on a price and talks are set to continue. The Kremlin has said it will make a final decision once it analyses all the figures.
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This morning, more than two-thirds of the Ukrainian capital was still without power and a swathe of residents had no running water, a day after Russian missile strikes caused Kyiv's biggest outages in nine months of war. However, in the last few moments, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the office of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, has said electricity is being supplied to all regions of the country. He said places to charge phones and drink warm drinks are being set up and energy engineers were working around the clock. "As of now, the connection to the network of household consumers is gradually proceeding, " he said. Elsewhere, Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko said water supply had been restored to all districts in the capital.
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