Ukraine: Zelensky removes head of security in Kharkiv.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky removed the head of security in Kharkiv, as in his opinion “he did not work for the defense of the city.”  Zelensky visited the troops at the front in the city of Kharkiv and admitted that “conditions in the Donbass are indescribably difficult.”  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that on Monday 30 May, he intends to telephone Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Voldymyr Zelensky. Tass reports it. The Turkish president was cautious about the development of a dialogue between Moscow and Kiev. Erdogan added that Turkey will continue to call on the parties to the conflict to “use all channels of dialogue and diplomacy.” “Russia naturally does not look favorably on and does not support the entry of Sweden and Finland into NATO, and is primarily concerned about the accession of Helsinki with which it shares the borders,” he said in an interview with the Turkish channel NTV. Ankara has so far opposed the enlargement of NATO to the two Scandinavian countries accused of giving protection to Turkish PKK terrorists. Negotiations are ongoing. In Mariupol, Russians are accumulating the corpses of Ukrainians killed in a supermarket, Petro Andriushenko, an adviser to the mayor, quoted by Ukrinform, said on Telegram. “In the premises of the Schyryi Kum supermarket on Svobody Avenue, the Russians created a dump of bodies of the Ukrainian fallen who re-emerged from the graves when they tried to fix the water pipes and also exhumed corpses. Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine, where the situation is “even more difficult” than yesterday and “the enemy continues to attack”, stressing that 60 houses have been destroyed in the region and two people, including a child, have been found dead in the rubble.  Meanwhile, Moscow’s forces advance into eastern Ukraine and confirm that they have conquered Lyman, the Chechens have taken Severodonetsk. In the night the leader of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov, on his Telegram channel made it known: “Severodonetsk is under our complete control. The city has been liberated. Residents can rest assured: from now on they will no longer be in danger.” 

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