Russiaof UkraineThe attack on Turkey is on the 11th day. Clashes continue in this area.
A statement from the Milepole City Council announced that the planned evacuation could not be achieved due to Russian bombardment.
“The Russian army continues to bombard despite a temporary ceasefire agreement. It is very dangerous to drive people out in this way,” a statement from a local government said.
Citizens were expected to evacuate Mariupol between 10:00 and 21:00 today, within the scope of a temporary ceasefire with Russia following the opening of a humanitarian corridor.
The International Committee of the Red Cross reported that the evacuation of civilians in Mariupol, Ukraine has been suspended.
Explanation from the United States
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken also said in a statement that civilians were also targeted. “There are credible reports confirming attacks on Ukrainian citizens,” Blinken said.
Russian troops are only 5 kilometers from the center of Kyiv
Meanwhile, NTV team reporter Osman Terkan and cameraman Cumhur Çatkaya are following trends in the region. According to Telkan, Russian troops approached 5 kilometers from Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.
Zelensky: Eight air raids in the city of Vinitzaya
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia had launched eight missiles into the Ukrainian city of Vinitzaya, completely destroying the airports of the Midwestern cities.
In a Telegram video message, Zelensky said Russian troops continue to destroy Ukrainian infrastructure.
However, Zelensky repeatedly called for a no-fly zone over Ukraine, emphasizing the importance of creating a humanitarian corridor.
“We are humans and it is your humanitarian duty to protect us,” Zelensky told the international community.
Meanwhile, according to UN statistics, at least 351 civilians have been killed and 707 in Ukraine, including 22 children and 41 women, since Russia began the war in Eastern European countries on February 24. Was injured.
What you need to know about the Russian-Ukraine War (Source: Anadolu Agency)
Meanwhile, Ukrainian Defense Minister Olexi Reznikov has announced that the country’s economy is in a state of war and factories are working hard to meet their defense needs.
“Factory and production facilities will continue to operate, carry out military orders, repair equipment, and turn military loot into weapons,” Reznikov said.
However, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi has announced that more than 1.5 million Ukrainian refugees have traveled to neighboring countries.
Tedros, director of the World Health Organization (WHO), has announced that several medical facilities in Ukraine have been attacked. Tedros announced that there were dead and injured after the attack.
Russia: 2,203 military structural facilities destroyed in Ukraine
The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that a total of 2,203 military infrastructure facilities were destroyed in Ukraine. Igor Konashenkov, a spokesperson for the province, has issued a statement to journalists in the capital Moscow.
Kona Schenkov said the so-called separatist governments of the Russian army and Donbas dominated the Ukrainian settlements of Garbage, Karpivka, Makievka, Noborobovka, Lipoboi, Thredny, Zerena Dorina, Zakobrkovka, Peredobe, Karelnoe and Rivnopil. The city continued to move forward from the north and northwest sides.
“As a result of the attack on the night of March 5, 61 military infrastructures belonging to the Ukrainian army were attacked,” Kona Schenkov emphasized on continuing attacks on Ukrainian military infrastructure facilities.
“Since the start of the operation, 2,203 military infrastructure facilities in Ukraine have been destroyed. These include 76 Ukrainian military headquarters and communications centers, 111 air defense missile systems S-300, Buk M-1, Osa, 71. Includes radar bases: 69 ground, 24 aerial, 778 tanks and various armored vehicles, 77 multi-barrel rocket launchers, 279 missiles, 553 civilian military vehicles, 62 unmanned. The aircraft (UAV) has been destroyed.
Ukraine: more than 11,000 Russians died
The Ukrainian Army General Staff has announced that more than 11,000 Russian soldiers have died in the war. A statement by the Chief of Staff reported that missing data from the war between Ukraine and Russia from February 24th to March 6th was updated.
In the statement, more than 11,000 Russian soldiers died, 44 aircraft, 48 helicopters, 285 tanks, 985 armored vehicles, 109 artillery systems, 447 vehicles, 60 fuels. It was pointed out that the tank and four unmanned aerial vehicles were incapacitated.
16 gas distribution stations closed
A statement from the Ukrainian Gas Transmission System Operator (GTSOU) states that the Russian attack closed 16 natural gas distribution stations in the cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia, Donetsk and Luhansk.
Russian troops case military base outside Kherson
Meanwhile, as Russian troops continue to advance into the capital, Russian troops are said to have occupied a Ukrainian military base outside the city of Kherson in southern Ukraine. The Russian army shared a video of confiscated weapons and military vehicles. Click to see
The humanitarian corridor will open today in Kharkiv, Ukraine, where fierce conflict continues.
“Russia violates its appeal to humanitarian corridors”
However, the ruling servant of the Ukrainian People’s Party, David Alakamia, responded to questions from followers of his social media account about whether a humanitarian corridor would open in Kharkov, and the corridor in question is possible. It will be held today, stating that there is.
Yesterday, humanitarian corridors were built in the cities of Volnovakha and Mariupol. However, the evacuation failed due to a ceasefire violation in Russia.
As a result of negotiations between Ukraine and Russia on March 3, an agreement was reached to open a humanitarian corridor for difficult places in Ukraine and establish a temporary ceasefire in these areas. .. ..
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