This came as part of a deal defusing their rebellion against Russia's military leadership, a senior commander of the group said.
For details, see summary of update on the 501st day of the Russia-Ukraine war, cited by The Guardian.
Biden attends NATO summit in Lithuania
The President of the United States (US) Joe Biden traveled to Europe on Sunday (07/09/2023).
There, Biden will attend the NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania.
America's number one is set to attend a meeting with world leaders to discuss the war in Ukraine and revise plans to deal with Russian aggression.
Biden will then travel to Helsinki on Thursday (07/13/2023) where he will celebrate the expansion of NATO with Finland as the newest member.
The British Prime Minister categorically rejects the use of cluster munitions
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has confirmed that the UK is a signatory to the Convention against Cluster Munitions.
Sunak's call came after the US agreed to ship the controversial weapons to Ukraine.
“We will continue to do our part to help Ukraine against Russia's illegal and unprovoked invasion, but we are doing so by providing heavy battle tanks and, more recently, long-range weapons,” Sunak said.
Attack on Lyman Ukraine
Eight people were killed and 13 others injured in Lyman in eastern Ukraine on Saturday (07.08.2023) after the city was hit by Russian missiles, Ukraine's Interior Ministry said.
“So far we know that about eight people have died… The number of injured has risen to 13,” the ministry said on social media.
The strike action took place around 10:00 a.m. local time at two intersections heavily frequented by pedestrians.
A residential building, a printing pavilion and three cars were burned down in the attack, the ministry said.