Day 26 of the Russian-Ukraine War … Statement from the Kremlin of the Putin-Zelensky Conference

The war between Russia and Ukraine, which began on February 24, continues.

Airstrikes continue while Russia’s advance by land stops.

Russians began using hypersonic missiles in Ukraine over the weekend.
The Russians have once again announced that they are using hypersonic missiles five times faster than the speed of sound.

Cruise missiles are also launched from the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. Russian troops have announced that military installations have been targeted by cruise missiles.

Current ban extended in Kyiv

While Russian troops continued to attack Ukraine, the city of Kyiv announced that the curfew had been extended until 07:00 on Wednesday, March 23.

According to a statement from the municipality, “The curfew lasts from 20.00 as of March 21st to 07.00 on March 23rd. It is forbidden to walk around without special permission. You can only go. The group is accepted as follows: “The expression was used.

Odessa wakes up with the sound of a siren

An air defense system was activated in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, which was under Russian attack. A few minutes before the curfew in the city ended, sirens echoed.

Kremlin: There is no basis for the Putin-Zelenski meeting

“There is no basis for the Putin-Zelensky conference yet. We must make great progress first,” the Kremlin said.

“Russia is more prepared than the Ukrainian side for the swift management of negotiations. The Kremlin administration makes efforts to make Kyiv more constructive in peace talks by countries influential in Ukraine. Said it should be.


The final version of the post-attack shopping mall in the Podilskyi district of Kyiv

Capital Kyiv explosion sound

The capital Kyiv was once again the target of Russian missiles.

Ukraine has announced that eight people have been killed in an attack by Russian troops at a shopping center in the capital Kyiv. After the attack, the shopping center became unavailable, the windows of the surrounding houses broke, and the car parked nearby was damaged.

Humanitarian dramas also deepen in Mariupol. Russian troops continue to attack here as well. According to the United Nations, 10 million people had to leave their homes in Ukraine. Almost 3.5 million of these civilians fled the country.

Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klichko said in a post on his Telegram account that he heard an explosion in the Podilskyi district of Kyiv.

Klitschko said, “Rescue squads, rescue workers and police are on the scene,” noting that the explosion occurred in shopping centers and several apartments, according to available information.

Klitschko said one person died as a result of the explosion.

Call “Investigation” from Russia

Meanwhile, the Russian Defense Ministry asked Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol at night to put down their weapons, guaranteeing the safety of their lives.

The response was not delayed, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Bereshuk said it was out of the question for them to hand over Mariupol, and the answer was given to the Russian side.

Negotiations continue today

Mikhail Podryak, an adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine, reported that negotiations initiated due to the ceasefire of the war between Russia and Ukraine will continue online on Monday, March 21.

In his statement on the negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, Podryak said the negotiations would continue online today, “prior to that, there was very intense work in the working subgroup.” .. He said.