Immediately before | Ukraine-The latest trends in the Russian war … Flash China’s move from Moscow

The war that began with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the 19th day. Putin issued a brief statement as the conflict and artillery continued across the country. President Putin said Russia would not use conscription in Ukraine. A very controversial claim came from the United States. The United States claimed to have sought weapons and assistance from China in its invasion of Ukraine after Russia suffered heavy losses.

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The war, which began on the morning of February 24, at the behest of Russian President Vladimir Putin, continues at full speed.

News of conflict and artillery continues to come from the region, but Russia is said to have lost its ability to continue the war, especially after sanctions.

British Ambassador to the United States Karen Pierce claimed that Ukraine’s invasion did not go according to Russia’s plans, and said Moscow faced transatlantic unification and Ukraine’s resistance.

Notable claims came from the United States. The United States claimed to have sought weapons and assistance from China in its invasion of Ukraine after Russia suffered heavy losses.

US officials say Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to return to China to demand military equipment.

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Jake Sullivan, a U.S. National Security Adviser who meets with China’s top diplomat Jan Jiech in Rome, the capital of Italy, said Beijing was banning Moscow from comprehensive sanctions from the war in Ukraine, according to Country Press reports. He said he should help escape. result.

This is what happened in the Russian-Ukrainian war zone.

05.30 US State Department spokesman Ned Price announced that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had a telephone conversation with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.

04.45 French President Emmanuel Macron first talked with US President Joe Biden and then with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss new sanctions against Russia.

04.30 Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov has stood with Russia against Ukraine, ridiculed the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and said he was on Ukrainian territory. Kadyrov announced that they are waiting for them to enter Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.

02.30 Recalling that the International Peacekeeping and Security Center was attacked by a Russian rocket, Ukraine’s President Vladimir Zelensky said that if the Ukrainian sky is not closed, NATO countries 20 kilometers away could also be attacked. Stated. “If we don’t close our sky (Ukraine airspace), it’s only a matter of time before Russian missiles land on your territory, NATO territory, NATO citizens’ homes,” Zelensky said.

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02.05 Alexei Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, has announced plans for Russia to land paratroopers in Odessa in the near future.

01.45 Russia’s Federal Information Technology and Mass Media Authority (Roskomnadzor) has announced that Instagram, a previously restricted social media application, has been completely shut down.

23.50 More than 850 people were detained during anti-war protests in Russia.

23.45 Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Irina Bereshuk said more than 140,000 people had been evacuated and that Russian air raids prevented aid from reaching Mariupol.

23.30 It was reported that four people were killed and three were injured in a school building attacked by Russian troops in Mykolaiv, one of Ukraine’s coastal cities.