Japan expands sanctions, says Russia also a threat in East Asia German President Steinmeier and Ukraine’s Zelenskyy speak by phone Ukraine says there have been attacks on the Azovstal steel plant Russia says it is implementing a cease-fire at the besieged Mariupol site This live updates article is now closed. For our latest from May 6, click here . Scholz, Biden discuss action over Ukraine US President Joe Biden discussed with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz further action on the war in Ukraine, according to Berlin and Washington. German government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit said Scholz and Biden spoke about the military situation and further support for Ukraine. On Wednesday, Biden had announced that he would discuss further sanctions against Moscow with the G7 partners. Scholz says German foreign minister to visit Ukraine German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is due to travel to Kyiv “soon.” The announcement came after weeks of friction after German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said his visit was not welcome by Kyiv. Earlier on Thursday, the president’s office said he spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy by phone, adding that both Steinmeier and Scholz have both been invited to Kyiv. You can read the full story here… Read full this story
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