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What has happened in the last few hours

On the 573rd day of Russia's large-scale invasion of Ukraine, these are the main news at 8:00 p.m. this Tuesday, September 19:

The EU plans to extend the reception of Ukrainians until March 2025. The European Commission proposed this Tuesday to extend temporary protection for people fleeing Russia's aggression against Ukraine from March 4, 2024 to March 3, 2025. “This will provide security and support to more than four million people who “They enjoy protection throughout the EU,” the institution indicated in a statement.

A Ukrainian missile caused the massacre at the Kostiantinivka market, according to The New York Times. The American newspaper published an investigation this Tuesday in which it concluded that the missile that killed 16 people on September 6 in the east of the country was not Russian, but a Ukrainian anti-aircraft rocket. The Ukrainian authorities have denied the American newspaper and claim that the missile was a Russian S-300. For her part, Maria Zakharova, spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry, has assumed that the incident was caused by a Ukrainian 9M38 rocket.

Biden calls for more support for Ukraine at the UN General Assembly. The president of the United States, Joe Biden, has asked world leaders to support Ukraine against the Russian invaders in his speech this Tuesday before the UN General Assembly. He has also said that he hopes congressional Republicans take note as well. “We know that our future is linked to yours,” he declared.

Lula asks the UN for “dialogue” to end the war. “The war in Ukraine exposes our collective inability to enforce the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter (…) No solution will be lasting if it is not based on dialogue,” declared the president of Brazil during his speech before the UN General Assembly.

At least six dead after a Russian attack on Kharkiv. The governor of the Ukrainian province of Kharkiv, Oleg Sinegubov, reported this Tuesday the death of four men and two women after Russian forces launched an attack on the city of Kupiansk.

Putin will hold “substantial” talks with Xi Jinping in Beijing in October. It will be during the bilateral meeting that they will hold in October in Beijing, the secretary of the Russian Security Council stated this Tuesday.

Russia has destroyed grain to feed 10.5 million for a year. The United States Secretary of State for Defense, Lloyd Austin, has denounced that the attacks on Ukrainian ports and their infrastructure have destroyed enough grain to feed 10.5 million people for a year.

The WTO confirms that Ukraine requested consultations on vetoes on its agricultural imports. These consultations are related to the bans announced by Poland, Hungary and Slovakia to prevent Ukrainian agricultural products from remaining in their markets when passing through them on their way to third countries.

A ship loaded with 3,000 tons of grain leaves Ukraine. The ship entered the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Chornomorsk last week and is the first of two ships to enter through a temporary corridor for civilian vessels established by the Ukrainian Navy.

Ukraine shoots down 27 of 30 Shahed drones. This morning, Ukrainian anti-aircraft defenses shot down 27 of the 30 Shahed kamikaze drones that Russia launched against Ukrainian territory, as reported this Tuesday by the Ukrainian Air Force on its social networks.

Zelensky gives a speech at the UN General Assembly in New York. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addresses the UN General Assembly in New York this Tuesday, after arriving in the United States on Monday. He will then meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington.

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