RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has sent more than 130 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine through its relief arm, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center.
Two aircraft loaded with aid took off on Thursday from King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh for Polandâs Rzeszow-Jasionka Airport, where packages will be unloaded and forwarded to neighboring Ukraine.
Source: Saudi Arabiaâs KSrelief sends humanitarian aid to Ukraine
ANKARA: Turkiyeâs President Tayyip Erdogan expressed his ongoing willingness to mediate between Russia and Ukraine for a âfairâ peace between the two countries, a text of his comments en route from a visit to Egypt showed on Thursday.
âWe have brought the parties together in Turkiye on multiple occasions. We can do this again and open the door to peace through a solution-focused process management, free from external influences,â Erdogan said.
Source: Turkiye continues to seek mediation between Russia and Ukraine, Erdogan says
RIYADH: Turkish defense company Baykar has started building a factory near Kyiv that will employ around 500 people and where it will manufacture either its TB2 or TB3 drone models, the companyâs chief executive told Reuters.
Turkish-made Bayraktar drones have gained prominence globally after being used by Ukraineâs military to thwart Russian forces by destroying armored vehicles and artillery systems.
Source: Turkiyeâs drone maker Baykar begins to build plant in Ukraine
LONDON: Footage of Ukrainian special forces operating in Sudan has surfaced following months of speculation that Kyiv had sent troops to the country to fight Russiaâs Wagner military group, The Guardian reported on Tuesday.
The Russian private military company is fighting in Sudan to support the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces in its battle against the government.
A clip released by the Kyiv Post on Monday, which reportedly came from sources within Ukrainian military intelligence, confirms the presence of Ukrainian fighters in Sudan.
Source: Footage confirms Ukrainian presence in Sudan war
KYIV, Ukraine: A senior official with Ukraineâs intelligence agency has been fired after revelations that investigative journalists had been wiretapped, a source at the agency told AFP on Monday.
The move comes after several instances of intimidation of Ukrainian investigative journalists surfaced in January, leading Paris-based press freedom group Reporters Without Borders (RSF) to call on authorities to investigate the alleged infractions.
RSF listed three cases that took place or were exposed within a week.
Source: Senior Ukraine official fired over media wiretapping