War of Ukraine and Russia, live | Biden assures that Washington “will not abandon” Ukraine | International

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What has happened in the last few hours

These are the main news of the war at 9:00 p.m. on the 585th day of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine:

Biden assures that Washington "will not abandon" Ukraine. The president of the United States has promised that Ukraine can continue to count on US support, after the federal government left out additional aid to kyiv in the agreement to avoid administration paralysis. "We will not give up," Biden said in a televised speech.

Borrell in kyiv: "Our support for Ukraine does not depend on how the war goes." The high representative for foreign policy of the European Union has spoken along the same lines as Biden, reaffirming in Kiev Brussels' commitment to continue helping Ukraine regardless of the progress of the counteroffensive and the war in general.

Ukraine reports at least four explosions after a new Russian rocket attack on Kharkiv. “The city is being attacked with rockets,” said the mayor of Kharkiv, Igor Terekhov, in a message posted on his Telegram channel. In the same communication, he added that “at least four explosions have been heard” as a result of the aforementioned attack.

Zelensky: "No one can or will be able to extinguish our resilience, resistance, strength, courage." The Ukrainian president has stated on the occasion of the celebration of Defenders Day for the first time on October 1, that no one will be able to end the resilience of the Ukrainian people. "Difficult times have made us strong," Zelensky said in a video message from the Golden Gate in kyiv.

Russia calls up 130,000 citizens to complete mandatory military service. This is the second call for compulsory military service in 2023, in which it plans to incorporate citizens between 18 and 27 years old and which for the first time includes the annexed Ukrainian regions of Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Donetsk and Lugansk. A law has also come into force that multiplies by 10, up to 30,000 rubles (a little more than 300 dollars), the fine for not appearing at the enlistment offices.

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