The New Arab's live coverage of the latest from the Russian invasion of Ukraine concludes for today.
Here were the key developments from Saturday:
IMF approves account for Ukraine grants, loans
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved the creation of a special account for donor countries to give Ukraine grants and loans.
Ukraine could receive EU candidate country status in June: minister
Ukraine could receive European Union candidate country status in a matter of weeks, Olha Stefanishyna, Ukraine's deputy prime minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine said on Twitter.
Russian forces destroy ammunition depot at Ukrainian air base: Interfax
Russian forces have destroyed an ammunition depot at the Myrhorod Air Base in central-eastern Ukraine, Interfax news agency reported on Saturday, quoting Russia's defence ministry.
EU discusses Ukraine war crime probes with ICC prosecutor
The EU is to discuss its support for war crimes probes in Ukraine in meetings over the next two days with the International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor, the European Commission said on Saturday.
Evacuations resume from Kramatorsk after deadly rocket attack on train station
Evacuations resumed on Saturday from Kramatorsk, the town in eastern Ukraine where a missile strike killed 52 people at a railway station as civilians fled a feared Russian offensive.
Global pledging event raises 10.1 bn euros for Ukraine
A global pledging event for Ukrainian refugees called Stand Up for Ukraine has raised 10.1 billion euros ($11 billion), European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said in Warsaw on Saturday.
UK PM Boris Johnson makes unannounced visit to Ukraine
British prime minister Boris Johnson paid an unannounced visit to Kyiv Saturday in a "show of solidarity" with Ukraine, a day after a missile strike killed dozens at a railway station in the country's east.
Ukraine committed to 'pressing for peace'
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Saturday that he is committed to pressing for peace despite Russian attacks on civilians, and he renewed his plea for countries to send more weapons ahead of an expected surge in fighting in the country’s east.
Russia kills 5 in east Ukrainian cities
Russian shelling killed five civilians and wounded five others in two east Ukrainian cities Saturday amid Moscow's invasion of the country, the local governor said on Telegram.
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