Foreign ministers of the G7 countries gather in London on Monday for their first in-person meeting since the pandemic began.
The 1791 Constitution was intended to strengthen the rule of law and protect the country against aggression from neighbouring powers, including Russia.
As a consequence of the war, thousands of Ukrainians have no access to clean drinking water. They rely on NGOs for water deliverances, as the pipelines have been tangled up in the seemingly endless fighting on the eastern front.
Vladimir Putin delivered an annual address ahead of planned pro-Navalny protests.
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