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Russia says 1730 Ukrainian troops have surrendered in Kyiv. They were recorded as prisoners of war and evicted from the steel factory. Activists of the Red Cross, a human rights group, are collecting the names and details of the surrendered soldiers. Half of the Azov battalion members inside the factory reportedly surrendered.

The US Embassy in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, has reopened. The Senate yesterday approved the nomination of Bridget Brink as the new US Ambassador to Ukraine.

Leaders of Finland and Sweden, who have applied to join the NATO military alliance, arrived in the White House yesterday for talks with US President Joe Biden. Turkey reiterates opposition to membership application

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