No space left for negotiations with Putin’s regime, says Zelensky

US accuses Iran of violating UN resolutions and providing drones to Russia

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday stated that there was no space left for negotiations with Russia.

According to foreign media reports, Zelensky accused Russia of destroying 30% of Ukraine’s power infrastructure in a week, which caused blackouts across the country.

Several areas of Ukraine including the capital Kyiv are facing a power cut after new strikes from Russia hit power stations.

There was also an interruption in water supplies on the left bank of Dnipro city.

According to DTEK, the largest energy company in Ukraine, engineers were investigating and making all the necessary efforts to restore the power to the city’s residents.

Meanwhile, the United States also showed its support to Britain, France, and Ukraine’s allegation of Iran supplying drones to Russia and called it a violation of a UN Security Council resolution that endorsed the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers.

US State Department spokesman Vedant Patel stated that Britain and France offered the assessment that Iran supplied these drones to Russia.

Earlier, Kyiv claimed Russian forces of using Iran-made Shahed-136 suicide drones in recent strikes which Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir denied.

On the other hand, the United States White House Spokesperson Karinne Jean-Pierre alleged the Iranian foreign minister of lying about it.

Russia has been carrying out strikes on Ukraine’s different regions including its capital since last week causing an escalation of conflict.

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