Russia's military invasion of Ukraine continues.



Russian and Ukrainian troops continue to fight in various parts of Ukraine, and many civilians are evacuating abroad.

We will keep you updated on the movements on the 27th (Japan time) regarding the situation in Ukraine, such as the situation of the battle and the diplomacy of the countries concerned.



(There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow in Russia)

Meet with President Zelensky at Finnish Prime Minister Kyiv

Following the military invasion of Ukraine by Russia, Prime Minister Malin of Northern Europe Finland, who applied for membership in NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization, visited Kieu, the capital of Ukraine, and met with President Zelensky on the 26th.



According to the Ukrainian Presidential Office, Prime Minister Marin said, "The brave spirit of the Ukrainian people fighting for their freedom and for Europe as a whole is commendable."



In response, President Zelensky thanked Finland for its military assistance to Ukraine and sanctions against Russia.



He said, "It is very important and wonderful for the leaders of each country to visit Ukraine as a direct message," and welcomed the visit, saying that it would lead to international support.



He said he was "confident that the Finnish vote would not disappoint the Ukrainian people" over Ukraine's accession to the EU-European Union, and expressed hope for a boost towards accession.

Square in the center of Kieu Exhibits such as Russian tanks

In the suburbs of the capital Kyiv, which was severely attacked by the Russian army in early April, tanks and armored vehicles of the Russian army that were destroyed by the Ukrainian army and became immobile are left on the street.



The Ukrainian army was carrying these out for exhibitions, and on the 26th, soldiers were hoisting them with heavy equipment and loading tanks and other vehicles on the vehicle.



Dozens of vehicles have been carried to the city of Kieu so far, and five of them, including tanks, have been placed in the square in front of Mikhail Basilica in the center of Kieu from May 21st, including shells and Russian troops. Military uniforms and canned foods are also on display.



Many citizens were reading explanations and taking pictures of the places where they were destroyed, and a man who visited with children aged 6 and 9 said, "I wanted to show this fact to my children. It makes me sad to see the tanks, but I'm proud of the Ukrainian army that protects the country. "



An 18-year-old woman also said, "I'm very scared to think that this tank was approaching Kieu just a little while ago."



While fierce fighting continues in the eastern Donbus area, there are also places where the lives of citizens are gradually returning to normal, with stores and restaurants reopening in Kyiv.



Nechosov Pablo of the National Military History Museum said, "I'm doing this to see you fighting. Not only are you told on TV that you're fighting the enemy, but you're also fighting the enemy. You can see it for yourself. "



Tanks and other items will be on display for about a month, after which they will be moved to the museum.

German Prime Minister Olaf Scholz strongly accuses "Russia is imperialism"

German Prime Minister Schortz addressed Russia at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting "Davos Conference" held in Switzerland on the 26th, saying "a nuclear-armed power is trying to change its borders" about Russia, which continues its military invasion of Ukraine. I'm plotting. This is imperialism. "



On top of that, he said, "Putin must not win the war. I cannot win him." I am convinced, "he said, calling for a united response from each country not tolerating Russia's invasion.



"Putin only seriously negotiates for peace when he realizes he can't break Ukraine's defenses. That's why we support Ukraine," he said. To that end, he argued that it was necessary to continue support for Ukraine, including the provision of weapons.

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