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Ukraine war: The latest developments you need to know
From Russian missiles striking civilian targets in Odesa and Mykolaiv regions to the Kremlin pulling out of the International Space Station programme, these are some of the main developments in the conflict on Tuesday.
Ukraine war: Russian airstrikes target Black Sea coastal regions
Odesa and Mykolaiv were hit by Russian bombardment on Tuesday, damaging private property and port infrastructure, Ukrainian authorities claim.
Moscow's goal is to remove 'unacceptable' Kyiv regime, says FM Lavrov
The FM's statement contradicts the Kremlin's repeated denial of intentions to remove Ukrainian President Zelenskyy and his government from power after the 24 February invasion of its western neighbour.
Russia continues Africa charm offensive as Lavrov arrives in Congo
The foreign minister started his tour with talks in Egypt, and will meet Congolese President Sassou Nguesso on Monday.
Hungary's FM visits Moscow to up gas supplies as EU calls for curb
Budapest is keen to buy up to 700 million cubic metres of gas from Russia, said foreign minister Peter Szijjarto.
Lavrov to Ukraine: De-mine your ports and we'll let grain exports out
There are 22 million tonnes of grain sitting in silos waiting to be shipped out of Ukraine.
'Scandalous': Russia slams Serbia's neighbours as Lavrov visit blocked
Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro closed their airspace, preventing Russia's foreign minister from visiting Serbia.
EU has become 'aggressive and bellicose' amid Ukraine war
It comes as the EU announced it was giving Ukraine another €500 million to buy heavy weapons to fend off Moscow's invasion.
Putin apologised for Moscow's Nazism remarks, says Israeli PM's office
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had sparked an outcry by stating that Adolf Hitler had "Jewish blood".
Russia accuses Israel of supporting neo-Nazism in Ukraine
The comments come just one day after Sergei Lavrov claimed Adolf Hitler had "Jewish blood".
Israel slams Russian FM's comments on Nazism and Ukraine
Sergey Lavrov repeated Moscow's baseless claims about 'Nazis' in Ukraine, and also stated falsely that Hitler was partly Jewish, prompting fury in Israel.
Russia 'did not attack Ukraine' says Lavrov after meeting Kuleba
There was no breakthrough when the Ukrainian and Russian foreign ministers met in Turkey, their first encounter since Putin's forces invaded Ukraine two weeks ago.
Lavrov boycotted in two Geneva UN forums
Many delegations, including Western countries, boycott two speeches by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at the UN headquarters in Geneva in solidarity with Kiev, with diplomats leaving the proceedings shortly before his video was broadcast
EU freezes Putin's assets in response to Ukraine invasion
The bloc has also extended the sanctions to Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
'Stakes couldn't be higher' over Ukraine, US tells UN Security Council
The US and Russia squared off as the UN Security Council meets for the first time since Russia's buildup of troops on Ukraine's border.
Russia sanctions package for invading Ukraine 'includes Nord Stream 2'
Germany's top diplomat told the Bundestag on Thursday that Russia is facing "massive consequences" in case of aggression against Ukraine.
US to respond to Russia's NATO demands 'next week', Lavrov says
These new talks, which seek to de-escalate the crisis at the Ukrainian border, come 11 days after a first round of discussions in the Swiss city yielded little result.
US 'will respond' if Russia 'acts recklessly' over Ukraine - Blinken
In an interview with Euronews, the US Secretary of State says Moscow must understand that attacking Ukraine would not be in Russia's interests.
Russia to suspend its mission to NATO over expelled envoys
Sergey Lavrov said that the move is in response to last week's expulsion of eight members of Russia's mission to NATO.
Italy wants to host an emergency G20 meeting on Afghan crisis
Italy, which holds the rotating presidency of the G20, has proposed an extraordinary G20 summit on Afghanistan to be held in Rome in September.
Russia supports withdrawal of foreign fighters from Libya
After meeting with his Libyan counterpart in Moscow, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia was ready to withdraw its troops from the country, heeding a call from the UN.
Lavrov, Blinken set for showdown over Arctic, Ukraine at summit
The U.S. Secretary of State and Russia's foreign minister will meet ahead of a proposed summit between President Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin.
EU is 'ready to impose new sanctions' against Russia over Navalny
Diplomatic sources have told Euronews they are hoping for a breakthrough next week.
'A predictable mistake': MEPs slam Borrell over Moscow trip
MEPs dubbed the trip, which came days after the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, "a predictable mistake", "ill-advised", "ill-executed" and "a complete disaster".
EU's foreign affairs chief urged to quit after Moscow 'humiliation'
"Russia showed everything possible to humiliate the EU’s highest diplomat," said Estonian MEP Riho Terras
Russia does not want constructive dialogue with Europe, says Borrell
"We will discuss these issues with my fellow EU foreign ministers. As ever, it will be for member states to decide the next steps, and yes, these could include sanctions. "