Slovakia announces that it will send an additional 30 BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicles and ammunition to Ukraine.
Russian shelling kills six civilians in Toretsk, Donetsk Oblast, as Ukraine says that Russia appears to be preparing for a new ground offensive near Sloviansk.
Russia announces that it has withdrawn from Snake Island, in the Black Sea, as a "gesture of goodwill", ending the occupation of the island that began in February. However, Ukraine says that it drove out Russian forces from the island after a massive artillery assault.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says that sanctions must be lifted as part of the peace negotiations between Ukraine and Russia.
The United Kingdom's Armed Forces Secretary James Heappey says that Ukraine can strike targets inside Russia with British weapons, saying that it is "completely legitimate" in order to disrupt attacks on Ukraine.
Ukraine retakes full control of the Kyiv Oblast as the last Russian troops return to Belarus.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki reaffirms that the U.S. will not impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
Russia rejects an official Ukrainian request for a meeting between both countries and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe in order to discuss the crisis.
Ukraine formally requests a meeting with Russia and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe within the next 48 hours in response to the crisis.
British foreign secretary Liz Truss warns Russia that any attack on Ukraine would be a "grave mistake", and that the UK is working closely with its NATO allies to provide support to Ukraine.
Slovakia and Ukraine agree to a deal that will allow gas from Central Europe to reach Ukraine via Slovakia.