“Still room for Russian terrorists”: Zelensky does not understand Lavrov’s UN invitation

Volodymyr Zelensky, the President of Ukraine, has questioned the invitation of the Russian Foreign Minister to the UN General Assembly.

He gave according to n-tv.de an, saying it was a shame that there was “still room for Russian terrorists.” During a visit to a New York hospital to meet with Ukrainian soldiers, he said it was important that all Ukrainian messages be heard by “our partners.” In addition, he said he did not know whether he would remain in the room for Lavrov’s speech at the United Nations. It is eagerly awaited whether Selenskyj and Lavrov will meet at the UN General Assembly.

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North Korean strongman Kim Jong Un has returned from his visit to Russia, which lasted several days. During his trip, military issues dominated the meetings between him and Russian officials. The state news agency KCNA reported, according to n-tv.dethat “a new chapter” in relations between Pyongyang and Moscow was opened during the visit. Kim further deepened “comradely and friendly relations” with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he said. The two met at the Vostochny spaceport. There have long been fears in the West that Russia wants to buy weapons from North Korea, and this trip fueled them again. Furthermore, North Korea is suspected of wanting to acquire technologies from Russia for its nuclear and missile programs.

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