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Ukraine expects significant electricity exports to rebound today, but the volumes are still well below levels prior to Russia’s recent missile attacks, Ukraine’s energy ministry said, Reuters reported.


11-year old dies in Kharkiv region

Oleg Sinegubovhead of the Kharkiv regional military administration, said this morning on Telegram that an 11-year old boy died in hospital after sustaining injuries in an attack in the region.

His 58-year-old father was killed yesterday, Sinegubov said.


Cameron calls for more investment in defense as NATO ministers meet

NATO foreign ministers will meet in Brussels today. David Cameronthe British foreign secretary, is set to urge his colleagues to spend more, produce more and deliver more on defense.

In a speech, Cameron is expected to encourage NATO allies to step up support for Kyiv and ramp up defense industrial production.

“75 years after its creation, we are celebrating a NATO that has never been stronger or more important, especially following Sweden’s accession last month,” Cameron said.

“With Ukraine closer to NATO than ever, we must sustain the critical support Ukraine needs to win the war,” the foreign secretary stressed, adding that “Allies need to step up and spend more on defense in the face of continued Russian aggression and a more dangerous world.”


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