"I want to do everything possible to help Ukraine win because I think we're safeguarding Europe's safety," Andrey Stavnitser said.
In 2019, at the United Nations General Assembly Meeting, Donald Trump called on European nations to do more for Ukraine.
After earlier setbacks, Russian forces are pressing ahead with offenses in Ukraine's south and east, renewing concerns about the conflict's civilian toll.
Russian foreign ministry official Pyotr Ilyichev told RIA Novosti that previous probes for the International Criminal Court had been "biased."
How Russian media is reporting the Ukraine war: Top stories from a morning program on Russia's Channel One, summarized and translated by NewsGuard.
"We are talking about changing the world order that was created by...NATO countries after the dissolution of the Soviet Union," Anatoly Antonov said.
The 3-second clip shows what appears to be a tug boat near the Moskva vessel as it burns intensely.
Since Russian President Vladimir Putin's war against Ukraine began on February 24, some 4.9 million Ukrainians have fled for neighboring countries, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).
U.S. intelligence is watching closely for signs that the Russian armed forces are preparing any kind of nuclear strike.
Vyacheslav Nikonov, a member of Putin's political party, described Russia as "the embodiment of the forces of good."
The Democratic senator warned that Ukraine could "turn into Syria" if Russia's aggression and "war crimes" go unchecked.
Yuriy Bova, mayor of the Ukrainian city Trostianets, said officials found traces of sarin and other chemical substances.
The Ukrainian leader said Sunday that he does not "trust" the Russian military to end the conflict at Donbas.
"I think he's the leader of the United States, and that's why he should come here to see," the Ukrainian president said Sunday.
"I won't be able to imagine the scale of suffering of these people, of this woman," the Ukrainian president said Sunday.
Karl Nehammer became the first Western leader to sit down with the Russian president since the Ukraine invasion began.
Ukrainian intelligence published audio online of a call it said was allegedly between a Russian soldier and his wife.
The Ukrainian president said he believes the Russian president would use nuclear or chemical weapons because he does not value the lives of Ukraine's people.
"The resulting Ukrainian state will be similar to Belarus in its geopolitical orientation and domestic administration," a Russian source reveals.
The top stories about the Russia-Ukraine war from a morning program on Russia's state TV Channel One, from NewsGuard.
"Our objective now, as is evidenced by the enormous package of military assistance we put out today, is continue to help and assist the Ukrainians in this war," said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
"Without the Moskva, it would seem that a marine operation against Odessa or Mykolaiv is impossible right now," a Russian military analyst assessed.
"I think that the Ukrainian army and the Ukrainian people will not stop before Ukrainian territory will be free," Ilya Ponomarev, a former Russian lawmaker, said.
Russia said one of its naval ships sank after Ukraine claims it hit the vessel with a missile attack. Live updates have ended.
Russian military chiefs have threatened to bomb "decision-making centers" in Kyiv in retaliation for attacks it claims Ukraine has carried out on its soil.
Russia's foreign ministry announced sanctions on hundreds of members of the U.S. House, including some representatives who have been sympathetic to Russia.
NewsGuard's summary and translation of the top stories about the Russia-Ukraine war from a morning program on Russian state TV.
"He will continue until he reaches the goal," Russia's former Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Fedorov recently said while speaking about Putin.
The president said the aid package will include "new capabilities tailored to the wider assault we expect Russia to launch in eastern Ukraine."
A provocative statement from a Russian official reenforces concerns experts have that Russia could drag other countries into its war in Ukraine.