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During the “Black Sea Nations” assembly in Ankara, a delegate from Ukraine punched a Russian delegate

On May 4, a Russian delegate received a punch in the face from a Ukrainian delegate at a meeting of “Black Sea nations” in the Turkish capital after his Ukrainian flag was removed from him to prevent him from shooting a video interview with Russia’s lead participant. Oleksandr Marikovski published a video of the incident on his Facebook page.

The organisation of the “Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC)” session was being held at the Parliamentary Building when the event occurred.

In a demonstration earlier in the day, some Ukrainian delegates fought with security guards who tried to remove them from the area as they shouted and waved their flags next to Russia’s chief representative as she attempted to address the Assembly.

The Turkish parliament published images of the incident on its website, and Mustafa Sentop, the parliament’s leader, issued a stern reprimand.

He remarked, “I denounce this conduct that disturbs the tranquilly Turkey is attempting to develop.

On May 4, the BSEC delegates’ meeting was taking place as Russian drones continued to attack Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The war, which has destroyed Ukrainian villages and cities, claimed thousands of lives, and displaced millions from their homes, is still going on with no sign of peace talks.

Moscow asserted that Ukrainian disruption on Russian soil had gained “unprecedented speed” on Thursday and blamed the United States for planning a drone strike on the Kremlin, a claim that Washington disputed.

The day after the incident, which Russia said was a plot by the Ukrainians to assassinate him, it was reported that Putin was working from the Kremlin. “Decisions on such assaults are not made in Kyiv, but in Washington,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

Ukraine has disclaimed culpability, with President Volodymyr Zelensky declaring, “We are not attacking Putin or Russia.”