Russian authorities renamed the square outside the embassy after one of the separatist regions of Ukraine that Russia recognizes as sovereign.
Russia's defense minister Sergei Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin that Russia's troops have "full control over Lysychansk," according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
Residents are called upon to help fight any aggressions, whether it's from Moscow or Minsk.
Moscow is likely to exploit divisions within the U.S. and uncertainty about the cost of American support of Ukraine.
The purported strike comes as Ukraine's Armed Forces have said nearly 36,000 Russian military personnel have been killed since the start of the war.
The Defense Department announced more missile systems and ammunition are being provided to Ukraine.
Authorities met Ivan Fedotov in Russia and asked him to head to the Russian military registration and enlistment office in St. Petersburg.
"We are convinced that only together can we resist global challenges," Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said.
The official said the child death count is not final because her office is working to confirm additional casualties in areas with "active hostilities."
Multinational oil corporation Shell is currently invested in the venture, as are Japanese companies Mitsui and Mitsubishi.
His remarks come days after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Belarusians not to allow Putin to drag their country into his war against Ukraine.
Alexey Navalny has compared the notorious penal colony where he is held to Putin's palatial homes.
Russian officials have so far publicly denied that Moscow is having difficulties sustaining Vladimir Putin's war effort.
Last July, President Joe Biden made a series of inaccurate predictions on the pandemic, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and rising inflation.
Multiple mysterious fires have been reported at government and military enlistment buildings across Russia since Vladimir Putin declared a full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February.
Boris Johnson says the West should not become "side-tracked" by Putin's push to make the Ukraine war about a conflict with NATO.
An economist who worked for former President Ronald Reagan said "there's no end in sight" for the war in Ukraine.
Some intelligence experts say the Kremlin will seek to weaken President Biden—who they feel rallied allies behind Ukraine—by working to defeat Democrats.
The Russian president's bluster was recently met with a major NATO announcement including the largest increased troop presence since the Cold War.
"Maybe now is the time to go 'into the streets' to stop this insane President," the Republican lawmaker tweeted.
The British business magnate, who has repeatedly gotten himself into hot water for his comments, said Russia's president is a "first-class" person.
A growing number of Russians are being punished in the wake of new stringent laws that effectively criminalize all criticism of Vladimir Putin's Ukraine war.
G7 leaders on Sunday mocked Vladimir Putin's notorious shirtless horseback photo shoot.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin was mocked for meeting with a small number of allies at a humungous table after G7 leaders met in more intimate surroundings.
Sergei Shoigu gave state awards of the Hero of Russia and the Order of Courage to fighters who have handled their tasks in Ukraine.
A Ukrainian official said he noticed how Finland and Sweden were able to bypass the normally lengthy process to get invited into NATO.