In a fiery address from Warsaw's Royal Castle, US President Joe Biden assured to continue supporting Ukraine as it enters a second year of the ongoing war and said Russian President Vladimir Putin's "craven lust for land and power will fail".
Putin also claimed that Russia tried to settle the conflict in Ukraine's separatist Donbas region by peaceful means.
The US has recently begun seeing "disturbing" trendlines in China's support for Russia's military and there are signs that Beijing wants to "creep up to the line" of providing lethal military aid to Russia without getting caught, the media reported.
Visiting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said that the European Union (EU) will impose new sanctions on Russia by February 24, the first anniversary of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Ukrainian military said that all of Friday's drones were destroyed, the BBC reported.
In remarks from the Oval Office, Biden on Wednesday said he was "delighted" to receive Zelensky, who, in turn, offered "all my appreciations from my heart and from the heart of all Ukrainians".
Of the war crimes seen since Russia waged its war against Ukraine, Kostin said 260 people had been indicted and 13 verdicts were issued by Ukrainian courts.
The Ministry also accused Kiev of launching military attacks via the humanitarian route.
The company also appealed to Ukrainians to stock up with water and ensure they have "warm socks and blankets and hugs for family and friends".
The advisory, issued by the Indian Embassy, also warns citizens against travelling to the war-ravaged nation due to "escalation of hostilities across Ukraine".
The Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, as well as Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, already had martial law in place when they became part of Russia, Putin said.
On October 11, the G7 issued a statement on Ukraine in the wake of Russia's recent attacks which they condemned, as also the annexation by Moscow of four Ukrainian regions.
The Russian Defence Ministry called the incident a terrorist attack.
The world's richest man said that Starlink is currently the primary communications system of the Ukrainian army on the war front.
Uzbekistan is providing 2,000 seats in its medical colleges for Indian students who had to discontinue their medical education in war-hit Ukraine, its envoy to India said on Thursday.