Day 14 of the Russo-Ukraine War: Ukraine announces that Russian troops are preparing to occupy Kyiv

Russia’s attack on Ukraine has entered its 14th day.

In a statement from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, it was announced that Russian troops were preparing to occupy the capital Kyiv.

“According to the information obtained, the Russians are preparing for a new attempt to seize Kyiv,” the statement said.

But earlier this week, Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko urged people to stay in their homes and shelters as the city announced that it had stepped up its defenses and that fierce fighting continued outside Kyiv.

“The Kyiv municipality is doing everything to ensure reliable urban services. We distribute food, necessities and medicines stockpiled to the most vulnerable people,” Klitschko said. increase.

Russia declares a temporary truce again

While these developments are taking place in Kyiv, a ceasefire for the evacuation of civilians continues in five cities in Ukraine.

A statement from the Defense Management Center of the Russian Ministry of Defense stated that the humanitarian situation in Ukrainian cities had deteriorated.

Putin meeting with government members

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with members of the government. In the latest statement from Kremlin, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with members of the government tomorrow, stating that the main issue was measures to minimize the impact of sanctions on the Russian economy.

Missile defense system from the United States to Poland

The United States will send two Patriot missile defense systems to Poland against the potential threat to the Allies in the war between Russia and Ukraine. News details

SUMI deaths increased to 22

Dmitri Jivitskiy, director of military administration in the Sumi region of Ukraine, said on his social page that the Sumi region was bombed three times yesterday and 22 people, including three children, were killed in these air raids. Russia.

Noting that eight people were injured in these attacks, Jivitskiy said more than 20 one-story houses were destroyed as a result of the attacks.

5000 people were kicked out

Yulia Tymoshenko, vice president of the Ukrainian presidential office, said the evacuation of about 5,000 people from the city of Sumi had been completed and announced that the Turkish people were among the displaced. “Most of the evacuees are women and children,” Tymoshenko said.

Zelensky: The war must end, we should sit at the negotiating table

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the war had to end and the negotiating table had to be settled.

“The war must end. We must sit in the negotiating table, but not for the old deadly ambitions, but for the honest and concrete public interest,” Zelensky said in a video message. Said in.

Noting that Russia had dismissed and closed the humanitarian corridor, Zelensky said that the first humanitarian corridor opened was only one percent of what needed to be done.

United Nations: Death of at least 474 civilians in Ukraine

From February 24, when Russia launched its attack on Ukraine, to midnight on March 7, 474 civilians were killed and 861 were killed, according to a document from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). A civilian was injured.

The statement stated that 17 of the dead and 30 of the injured were children.

The statement emphasizes delays in receiving information, especially from government-controlled areas and locations where recent violent clashes have occurred, and many are still waiting for the report to be confirmed.

Ukrainian officials say the death toll is over 2,000.