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On the 501st day of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, held a conversation this Sunday with his Turkish counterpart, Hakan Fidan, in which he warned of the "negative consequences" that could have the delivery to Ukraine of fighters from Mariupol or the delivery of war material to Kiev. The President of the United States, Joe Biden, has spoken with the President of Turkey, Recep Tayıpp Erdoğan, before the NATO Summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, as reported by the White House. During the call, they discussed the issues that NATO leaders will discuss at the Summit, expressed their common commitment to continue supporting Ukraine, and reviewed the efforts made to strengthen bilateral ties. Biden has also "conveyed his desire to welcome Sweden into NATO as soon as possible," according to the White House. In the morning, the head of the Liman regional military administration, Pavlo Kirilenko, reported that the death toll from the Russian attack on his city had risen to nine and the number of wounded was 12. He also added that, in recent 24 hours ago, the Russian attacks have left another dead in Avdivka and one wounded in Zakitne. In Russia, the anti-aircraft defense has shot down a Ukrainian missile in the Russian region of Rostov, and the authorities of the Crimean peninsula have also reported the shooting down of another missile.
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