Dozens of Russian and Ukrainian prisoners of warfare have returned residence following a prisoner swap, officers on either side said on Saturday. Kyiv said 116 Ukrainians have been freed, whereas Moscow announced 63 Russian troops had returned from Ukraine. On Friday, European Union member states, the Group of Seven industrialised nations and Australia said that they adopted a price cap on Russian oil, the most recent a part of a world push to restrict Russian President Vladimir Putin’s warfare chest by concentrating on his key exports. Follow our live weblog for all the most recent developments. All occasions are Paris time (GMT+1).
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