White House Calls Putin’s Speech ‘Revisionist History’ | News from Germany about Ukraine | DW

On the 76th day of the full-scale Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine Russian troops continue to try to capture the settlements of the neighboring country. The Armed Forces of Ukraine and its territorial defense units are resisting aggression. It is impossible to verify the statements of representatives of both sides of the conflict from independent sources. About 12.8 million Ukrainians have already left their homes. DW is watching developments Tuesday, May 10 (Moscow time).


Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech at the Victory Parade in Moscow sounded like a “revisionist story that took the form of disinformation,” she said. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki during the briefing. According to her, the assumption of the Russian president that the allegedly planned aggression against the Russian Federation, allegedly planned by the West, led to the war in Ukraine was “clearly absurd.”


During the course of hostilities in Ukraine, Moscow received documents testifying to the existence of specific plans to strike at Russia from Ukrainian territoryDmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Russian Permanent Representative to the UN, said on Sky News.

The authorities of the Czech city deprived Valentina Tereshkova of honorary citizenship


Deputies of the city council of the largest city in the south of the Czech Republic Český Budějovice decided to deprive the status of an honorary citizen of the city Valentina Tereshkova, the first female cosmonaut. One deputy from the faction of the ruling party and the entire composition of the opposition Communist Party voted against. Valentina Tereshkova received this status in 1979.


Defense Ministers of the United States and Ukraine Lloyd Austin and Oleksiy Reznikov had a conversation during which they discussed the military needs of Ukraine.


President of the European Commission (EC) Ursula von der Leyen (Ursula von der Leyen) said she had made progress in talks with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on a possible EU ban on Russian energy resources. “Tonight’s discussion with Prime Minister Viktor Orban helped clarify issues related to sanctions and energy security,” Von der Leyen tweeted. “We have made progress, but more work is needed,” she added. The EC President also announced that she would hold a video conference with representatives of the EU countries on the issue of strengthening regional cooperation in the field of oil infrastructure.

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