Highlights of Russia’s 11th day of invasion of Ukraine

Russia entered the 11th day with the invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24th with three fronts.

Russian soldiers stood at the gate of the capital Kyiv. Russian soldiers who entered Irpin yesterday were said to have been seven kilometers away from the city. The government was not overthrown, but hundreds of people died.

Diken reports development every minute.

March 6

Featured development:

  • A second attempt to evacuate civilians from the besieged southern city of Mariupol failed. Both sides blame each other for breaking the ceasefire. The Red Cross said the two sides could not agree on details about how evacuation would take place.
  • Mayor Irpin Aleksandr Markushin reported that eight people were killed as a result of a Russian attack during the evacuation of civilians from the city of Irpin near Kyiv, where clashes continue. According to Markushin, two of the dead were children.
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin told French President Emmanuel Macron that Russia would achieve its goal “through negotiations or war.” Putin said the same to President Tayyip Erdogan.
  • According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), more than 1.5 million people have fled Ukraine in just 10 days. Most of this number is about 1 million refugees who have gone to Poland.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that Russian troops are preparing to bomb the southern port city of Odessa.
  • Today alone, nearly 3,500 people are detained in anti-war protests across Russia. According to the Human Rights Project OVD-Info, a total of 10,946 people have been detained since February 24, when the occupation began.
  • UN observers have confirmed that at least 364 civilians have been killed and 759 injured in Ukraine since the invasion began. Committee, “Real numbers are probably higher” It was transferred.

TikTok will suspend broadcasting in Russia

22:48 Short video sharing app TikTok, “Disseminate fake news” It has announced that it will suspend live broadcasts to Russian users and limit uploading of new videos due to a law stipulating imprisonment of up to 15 years.

The platform reported that the in-app messaging service is unaffected by the restrictions.

The statement contained the following: “We will continue to assess Russia’s evolving situation and determine exactly when we can safely resume service.”

Mayor: Russian army attack killed eight people, two of whom were children

21:47 Eight people were reported dead as a result of a Russian attack during the evacuation of civilians from the city of Irpin, where clashes continue near Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.

Mayor of Irpin Alexander Marxin, “Russian invaders fired at civilians. Family died. Two children and two died in front of me. A total of eight civilians in today’s gunfire. A person died. I used the phrase.

Marxin stated that part of the city had been occupied by Russian troops, but nevertheless emphasized that the city did not surrender and the clashes at Irpin continued.

Markushin said civilian evacuation will continue tomorrow.

19:08 The Russian Defense Ministry said the use of Ukrainian military aircraft at border country airports is considered to be the involvement of these countries in armed conflict.

Approximately 3,500 people were detained during anti-war protests in Russia

18:44 Approximately 3,500 people have been detained in anti-war protests across Russia today, according to news from the Interior Ministry-based Russian news agency Interfaks.

According to the human rights project OVD-Info, a total of 10,946 people have been detained during anti-war protests in Russia since Moscow launched its invasion of Ukraine.

Photo: BBC

18:26 UN observers have confirmed that at least 364 civilians have been killed and 759 injured in Ukraine since the invasion began. Committee, “Real numbers are probably higher” It was transferred.

Photo: Reuters

Zelensky to World Leaders: If you don’t give us a plane, that means you want us to die

18:08 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated his request for a no-fly zone from world leaders in a video posted on social media.

Zelensky said: “We are people and it is your humanitarian duty to protect us. You can do this. At least to us planes so that we can protect ourselves. If you don’t give, that means only one thing: you want us to die slowly too. “

NATO countries reject the request to establish a no-fly zone over Ukraine. Zelensky’s request envisions establishing direct contact with Russian planes detected in Ukrainian airspace and firing as needed.

17:57 Interior Minister Suleiman Soil: “The number of Ukrainians coming to Turkey from a third country has exceeded 20,000.”

Citizen evacuation stopped in Mariupol

16:51 The International Committee of the Red Cross reported that the evacuation of civilians in Mariupol, Ukraine has been suspended. The Mariupol city council declared a ceasefire this morning and confirmed that the plan had been cancelled.

There was no water, electricity or food supply in the city for five days.

A bridge destroyed by an attack on Irpin.Photo: Reuters

16:20 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky: “Eight missile attacks in the city of Vinica completely destroyed the airport here.”

16:05 Pope Francis, the spiritual leader of Catholics, “This is not just a military operation, but a war that disperses death, destruction, and misery.” Said.

In his traditional Sunday prayer from the window of his office overlooking St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican, the Pope sought to secure a humanitarian corridor and provide assistance to the besieged area.

The Pope said he hoped that the armed assault would end, negotiations and common sense would spread, and international law would be respected. “Papathy is ready to do anything to put himself for peace. Recently, two cardinals went to Ukraine to help people. The war is crazy, stop Said.

15:30 Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Olha Stefanishina has announced that Russia has shot dead civilians, targeting hospitals, schools and nurseries. Stefanicina said Russia responded to strong resistance from Ukrainian troops by targeting civilians.Air and land “Terrorist Conspiracy” It was accused of doing it.

Photo: BBC

The World Health Organization also announced that attacks on health organizations have killed and injured.

UN observers said yesterday that 351 civilians have died since the invasion began on February 24th. “Real numbers can be higher” I was explaining.

14:45 Fluctuations in the Russian foreign exchange market have raised a monthly limit of $ 5,000 for citizens to send money abroad.

12:45 The Mariupol City Council today announced that it will evacuate its citizens from the city via a humanitarian corridor. According to the statement, the ceasefire will take place in the region between 12:00 and 21:00 local time.

It was noted in the statement that evacuation in collaboration with the International Committee of the Red Cross will be carried out by city bus from three locations in the city. “People who want to leave the city in their own car can follow the evacuation team from behind. Ask the owner to fill the car with as many people as possible.” said.

Ukrainian officials announced yesterday that evacuation from the cities of Mariupol and Volnovakha has been suspended due to a ceasefire violation on the Russian side.

12:00 The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that a total of 2,203 military infrastructure facilities were destroyed in Ukraine.

Igor Konashenkov, a provincial spokesperson, “These include 76 Ukrainian headquarters and communications centers, 111 S-300 air defense missile systems, Buk M-1, Osa, and 71 radar stations. In addition, 69 ground and 24 aerial. Aircraft, 778 tanks and various armored vehicles, 77 multi-barrel rocket launchers, 279 missiles, 553 special military vehicles, and 62 unmanned aircraft (UAVs) were destroyed. Said.

Kona Schenkov said the separatist government of Russian troops and Donbas dominated the Ukrainian settlements of Garbage, Karpivka, Makievka, Noborobovka, Lipoboi, Thredney, Zerena Dorina, Zakobrkovka, Peredobe, Karelnoe and Rivnopil. Advance from north and northwest.

11:27: Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, known for his closeness with Russia’s Vladimir Putin and sending many soldiers to Ukraine, threatened Ukraine’s leader Zelensky on social media. Here’s what Kadyrov shared:Saakashvili’s (Former Georgia leader) Want to follow in his footsteps? Isn’t that the best option for you? Don’t push your luck too hard. I don’t see you as president, and I don’t call you that way. By law Viktor Yanukovych (The head of state was dismissed in the 2014 revolution) Still a leader in Ukraine.Accept your duty and your destiny to him

11:10 am The Ukrainian Army General Staff has announced that more than 11,000 Russian soldiers have died in the war. More than 11,000 Russian soldiers died, according to the statement, 44 aircraft, 48 helicopters, 285 tanks, 985 armored vehicles, 109 artillery systems, 447 vehicles, 60 vehicles. Fuel tanks and four unmanned aerial vehicles have been disabled.

10:15 am The Ukrainian Gas Transmission System Operator (GTSOU) reported that 16 natural gas distribution stations in six regions had to be closed. A statement from GTSOU states that the Russian attack closed 16 natural gas distribution stations in the cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mikolive, Zaporizhia, Donetsk and Luhansk.

09:17 US-based financial services companies Visa and Mastercard have ceased operations in Russia.

08:00 President Joe Biden of the United States and President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine talked over the phone about the latest situation in Ukraine.

A written statement from the White House emphasized that the Biden administration is working closely with Parliament to strengthen security, humanitarian and financial assistance to Ukraine and to provide additional funding. The two presidents reportedly also discussed ongoing negotiations between Russia and Ukraine.

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