As a result of Russian troops attacking a school used as a shelter in Ukraine, 400 people were left under the rubble.
The war between Russia and Ukraine, which began on February 24, has continued for 25 days.
Russia also attacked schools in Mariupol, targeting private areas. According to a statement from the city of Mariupol, the 12th art school in the Revovelejuni district was attacked. “Racist troops re-attacked where people were evacuated from Russian bombardment. Russian invaders bombed Art School No. 12. In the Revobelesuni district, where children, women and the elderly were hiding, about There were 400 people. “The situation of those trapped under the rubble has been revealed. Russian troops continue to slaughter Ukrainian people. People who commit inhumane war crimes are held liable. “.
Russian troops attacked a school used as a bunker in Mariupol, Ukraine.
Russia announces the use of Kinjar missiles for the first time
Russia has announced that it has used the Kinjar hypersonic missile for the first time in an attack on Ukraine.
According to Pentagon information, in the Ivanofrankifsk region of Ukraine, large underground warehouses used for missile and aircraft ammunition were targeted, and hypersonic missiles reportedly destroyed the warehouses.
In addition, Ukrainian military radio and reconnaissance centers near Odessa were said to have been targeted.
Due to the closure of airspace in many countries, flight times have increased.
During the ongoing fighting, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense announced that it had temporarily lost access to the Sea of Azov. It was emphasized that Russian troops strengthened the siege of Mariupol.
However, a missile attack took place in the barracks of Mykolaiv, where Ukrainian soldiers were protected. It was announced that about 200 soldiers were sleeping in the barracks when the attack took place. Rescue operations continue in the wreckage area, with dozens of soldiers reportedly dead.
Evacuation of civilians continues
Meanwhile, Ukraine and Russia have agreed to establish 10 humanitarian corridors for humanitarian aid to arrive and for civilians to depart. The humanitarian corridor is reported to cover many points in the port city of Mariupol, the town of Kyiv, and Luhansk.
Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Bereshchuk said the corridors of Kyiv and Luhansk are functioning, but Russian troops in Mariupol are making it difficult for buses to pass.
Evacuation of civilians from Ukraine continues.
Meanwhile, civilians who were able to leave Mariupol arrived in the city of Zaporizhia.
Between February 24th and March 18th, 3 million 328,000 692 refugees arrived in neighboring countries, according to data from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
More than half of these people fled to Poland and 500,000 to Romania.
From February 18 to 23, it is recorded that 50,000 people from the Donetsk and Luhansk regions traveled to Russia.
At least 847 civilians have been killed since February 24, according to UN data. 1399 civilians were also injured. It was stated that these numbers could be much higher than the numbers detected. Citizens who have escaped the war face difficult situations.
Refugees are suffering from the freezing cold at a campsite established in the village of Palanca on the Moldovan border with Ukraine.
Zelensky: 11 party activities stopped in Ukraine
Meanwhile, Zelensky spoke to the general public on his social media account. He said the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine has decided to suspend the activities of some political parties during martial law. Ukrainian leaders said the activities of the 11 parties were suspended within this framework. Zelensky said Russia’s attack on the city of Mariupol would go down in history as a “war crime.” The Mariupol City Council has announced that thousands of residents have been deported to Russian territory.
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