The protests in Romania and calls to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine. Five things you might oversleep

Five things you could have slept:

1. Anti-government protests continue in Romania for the seventh day in a row: at the beginning of the demonstrations, citizens demanded the abolition of the decrees concerning the easing of the penal code, now insist on the resignation of the government under the leadership of Sorin Grindeanu. Read more→

2. The Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin does not exclude the introduction of martial law in Ukraine in case of deterioration of the security situation. However, in his opinion, individual countries could be at war and not to impose martial law. Klimkin said that Russian aggression is far more than war. Read more→

3. Telephone conversation between U.S. President Donald trump and the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko was “cool” and informative. This was stated by foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. “This conversation was great for tonality, atmosphere. So, how do you know each other presidents, it is important to me,” said the Minister. Read more→

4. Us Congressman, Chairman of the Committee on Armed services of the house of representatives Mac Thornberry expressed the hope that the administration of us President Donald trump will allow the supply of lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine. Read more→

5. About 120 missiles systems “Grad” fell on the Ukrainian part of the zone of ATO last night. The target of the militants was Sartana, Talakovka and Lebedinskoe. Read more→