"Russians continue to massively refuse to go on a dangerous business trip," the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine's Defense Ministry said.
"We are talking about high-precision weapons and robotics, combat systems based on new physical principles," the Russian president said describing the weaponry.
Latvian Deputy Prime Minister Janis Bordans said that Latvia could restrict the Russian language in workplaces.
Ukraine has targeted the Antonovsky Bridge multiple times using high-precision HIMARS munitions provided by the U.S.
Russia is also failing to pay for funeral arrangements for volunteer soldiers killed, as promised, according to the think tank report.
Scientists have predicted that the soot ejected into the atmosphere during a nuclear war could cause worldwide famines due to reduced crop growth.
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John Sopko, head of the U.S. monitor on Afghanistan spending, said Washington risks "repeating the same mistakes over and over again" without Ukraine oversight.
In 2019, Anton Lystopad was awarded the title of the best pilot of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
After announcing it would leave the ISS after 2024, Roscosmos has revealed a model Russia-only space station.
Images of the aftermath of the attack have begun circulating on Telegram, with the Wagner Group also confirming the incident.
"The refusal to really fight against evil becomes a help to it," he said.
"What is happening there is outright nuclear terrorism," Dmytro Orlov said on Sunday.
Fox News anchor Eric Shawn said Sunday that "either the material was being mishandled or even possibly illegally transferred," citing reports.
"Even before they are done with Ukraine, if they reach Transnistria in the process, they will start to have a war there," believes author Yuri Felshtinsky.
The ex-NATO leader said Sunday that he could see the war coming to an end in six months as Putin "burns through troops."
Earlier this week a Pentagon official praised the Ukrainian army for its "12 out of 10" performance in combating Russia's aggression in the country.
Louise Mensch, a former Conservative member of Britain's parliament, described it as "the greatest tactical success in modern military history."
A video shared to Twitter on Saturday shows a convoy of cars lined up on a road fleeing the area of the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant.
Russia's warning comes as bipartisan pressure grows for the U.S. to label Russia a state sponsor of terrorism amid the country's invasion of Ukraine.
The former congresswoman said Friday that the sanctions placed on Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine is "nothing short of a modern day siege."
"What's the point of searching?" a Russian television host asked, suggesting the Kremlin had already reviewed the documents.
Russia's defense ministry claimed the strike took place in the Donetsk People's Republic.
A Russian official said Moscow cannot allow Ukraine to contain weapons that "pose a direct threat to our country."
Guided-missile destroyers USS Zumwalt and USS Michael Monsoor will be fitted with the cutting-edge missiles.
A Department of Defense official said that Ukrainian forces have been "impressive" in their fight against Russian aggression.
Ukraine strikes are causing a problem for Russia after both the Antonivsky road bridge and the Kherson rail bridge were damaged.
Ukraine said that it destroyed a key bridge on Friday, while also killing 46 Russian troops and destroying 15 armored vehicles.