German Chancellor Olaf Scholz wants to "turbo charge" renewable power and limit Russia's influence on energy policy. Meanwhile, Kyiv denied Russia's claims that it destroyed US-supplied rocket systems.
'Energy policy is security policy,' said German Chancellor Olaf Scholz
Kyiv rejects Russia's announcement that it destroyed two US-made HIMARS in eastern Ukraine
Germany to replenish weapons stock for countries supplying Ukraine
New requirements for Ukrainian conscripts scrapped after Zelenskyy's criticism
Lavrov to meet some G20 foreign ministers despite G7 threats
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Donetsk governor urges people to flee
Donetsk regional Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko urged civilians to flee as Russian forces bombarded the region.
"Russia has turned the entire Donetsk region into a dangerous hotspot for civilians as well," Kyrylenko said on Telegram. "I call on everyone to evacuate! Evacuation saves lives!"
At least seven civilians have been killed in Russian shelling in the area over the past day.
Donetsk is the last remaining eastern province of Ukraine, partially under Kyiv's control.
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