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- Russia has lost more than 30 percent of its ground combat efficiency in Ukraine but military concerns will not lead to regime change in Russia, according to Britain’s senior military official, USA Today reported.
- Early Sunday, Russian missiles struck industrial districts of Mykolaiv, which has emerged as a significant focus for Russia as it prepares to march into Odesa from eastern territories under its control, the Washington Post wrote. Russia also appeared to be resuming its ground attack in southern and eastern Ukraine, following what observers described as a regrouping period for forces.
- Finance ministers from the Group of 20 industrialized nations met in Indonesia on Saturday but failed to reach an agreement on the United States’ plan to control the price of Russian oil, according to the New York Times.