Last-minute progress of the Russian-Ukraine war: Russia suffers serious losses

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues on the 15th day. A 12-hour ceasefire was declared yesterday morning to take civilians to a safer area. It has been decided to open a humanitarian corridor on the Energodar-Zaporojiye, Sumi-Poltova, Izyum-Lozovaya, Mariupol-Zaporojiye, Volnovaha-Pokrovsk, Vorzel, Borodyanka, Bucha, Irpin and Gastomel-Kyiv routes. However, it was reported that the Russian attack interrupted evacuation in many areas. Those who survived the Russian bomb continue to flee to Europe. It is said that 800,000 children are among the more than 2 million Ukrainian refugees forced to leave their country. A children’s and obstetrics hospital in Mariupol’s city was bombed by a Russian jet. The children’s hospital is completely unavailable. Dead and injured were reported.

Every minute, what happened in the Russian-Ukrainian war zone …

15.02 “The attack in the maternity ward killed three people, including one child,” Zelensky said, declaring 17 injured. “Russian soldiers have caused a humanitarian crisis in Ukraine,” Zelensky said, saying trucks carrying humanitarian aid were underway. “More than 60,000 people were evacuated on Wednesday,” Zelensky said. “Soon even Russian citizens will hate you,” Zelensky said. “They have been lying to you for years, they will feel it in their own purses and the stolen future of Russian children.”

14.22 Ukrainian refugees can apply for a UK visa entirely online. Starting Tuesday, Ukrainian citizens with a passport or ID will be able to apply for a visa virtually completely without having to go to the visa application center. Under intense pressure, the UK government is resisting calls to lift refugee visa requirements because of safety concerns. Labor has called on Britain to abolish the “normal visa requirements” for Ukrainian refugees. Vadim Pristeco, the British ambassador to Ukraine, also said refugees should not face bureaucratic obstacles. Pristayko acknowledged the need for security checks and claimed that most refugees did not pose a threat.

13.34 Ukraine has announced that humanitarian aid teams trying to reach Mariupol have to return due to conflict.

Ukraine: More than 12,000 Russian soldiers killed

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13.23 The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine has more than 12,000 military personnel, 335 tanks, 1105 armored military vehicles, 123 artillery systems, 29 air defense systems, 49 aircraft, 81 helicopters, 526 units. Said that the car, three ships, were used by the Russian army. Russia launched an attack on Ukraine. It was stated that 60 fuel tankers and 7 unmanned aerial vehicles were lost.

12.40 I got a flash call from the Kremlin. Russian officials have announced that they are ready to meet Putin and Zelensky.

11.24 NATO Deputy Secretary-General Camille Gran argued that the alliance would not wage war with Russia and would prevent heightened tensions in Ukraine. “NATO is not at war with Russia and wants to avoid and manage the risk of escalation in this conflict. I think we should help the Ukrainians as much as possible, but we are in this conflict. You shouldn’t drag in, “Grand told BFMTV in France.

11.19 Russia accuses the United States of funding bioweapons research in Ukraine

11.06 Ukrainian Vice President Mikhail Podryak claimed that Zelensky survived dozens of attempted assassinations.

11.04 France: Ukraine’s EU member states are not an issue that can be reached tomorrow. France’s Minister of European Affairs Clement Beaune said European Union (EU) leaders discussed joining the Ukrainian union at a conference in Paris to discuss the crisis in Ukraine. .. In his statement, Beaune emphasized that this is not a problem that can be reached tomorrow, saying that it will take time to discuss allowing Kyiv to join the EU as a “gesture of solidarity.” ..

10.52 The Russian Ministry of Defense has announced that part of the city of Mariupol is under the control of Russian troops.

10.38 Ukraine has announced the defeat of Russian troops. The statement states that more than 12,000 Russian soldiers were killed and 49 aircraft, 81 helicopters, 335 tanks and 1105 armored vehicles were destroyed.

Bilateral meeting before the summit

10.20 According to Sputnik news, the meeting between Russian Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov and Foreign Minister Mevrut Chavshoul began in Antalya.

10.00 Foreign Minister Mevlüt Ça vuşoğlu met with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba prior to the Russian-Turkish-Ukrainian Trilateral Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Antalya under Turkish mediation. Çavuşoğlu shared a message on his social media account, “We had a bilateral meeting with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba before the tripartite meeting.”

Russian attacked citizens

10.00 Governor Dmytro Zhyvytskyy said in a statement that Russian troops struck public services such as residential areas and gas pipelines in the city of Okhtyrka at night. A statement by official sources states that a 13-year-old child and two women were killed in an attack on a civilian settlement.

A stunning statement from the World Health Organization

09.59 World Health Organization: There were 18 attacks on medical services in Ukraine. The World Health Organization (WHO) has shared that the number of attacks on people and institutions providing medical services in Ukraine has reached 18.In a statement made by the organization on Twitter, “WHO has so far [Ukrayna’da] Eighteen attacks on medical facilities, health workers and ambulances were identified, of which 10 were killed and 16 were injured. “These attacks are robbing the entire community of health care,” he said.

09.10: The British Ministry of Defense reports that the huge Russian convoy, which had been waiting for days northwest of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, made little progress in a week and continues to suffer losses.

09:00 UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the hospital bombing at Milepole “horrifying.” Guterres called for an immediate stop of bloodshed in a statement on his Twitter account. The White House described the attack as “barbaric,” and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called it “immoral.”

07.29 British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Ukrainian leader Zelensky that London will tighten sanctions on Russia for military operations in Ukraine.

06.33 The US House of Representatives has approved $ 13.6 billion in US aid to Ukraine and its European allies. The resolution will be approved by the Senate by the weekend.

06.26 Russia’s ambassador to the United States has urged the United States to end military and biological activities in the former Soviet Republic.

Russia’s loss

06.22 U.S. military officials estimate that the occupation killed 5,000 to 6,000 Russian soldiers, delaying the second week. Experts spoke to CBS TV and said the number of injured soldiers was between 15,000 and 18,000. The same expert who demanded anonymity said Russian casualties were “very, very serious” and comparable to World War II combat mortality. Ukraine claims that 12,000 Russian soldiers have been killed. Russia officially announced the deaths of nearly 500 soldiers last week. (BBC Turkish)

03.57 US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said they had discussed additional security and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. In a Pentagon statement, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin also said he had met with Ukrainian Defense Minister Olexi Reznikov about providing continued defense and security assistance to the Ukrainian army.

03.50 After meeting with Prime Minister Karl Nehammer in Vienna, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said, “Russian troops regularly commit war crimes and document them. Of the war, which is funded from oil and gas. You have to shut off the oxygen. Stop Putin’s war machine. “He said.

01.40 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $ 1.4 billion emergency loan to Ukraine.

01.00 Caterpillar, the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, has announced that it has temporarily closed its Russian plant.

00.45 Italian oil and gas company Eni has announced that it has suspended new contracts for purchasing oil and petroleum products from Russia.

23.43 “The best way to support Ukraine is to provide weapons and air defense,” said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. He said. “We are not working on biochemical weapons in Ukraine,” spokesperson Kirby explained.

Ukrainian citizens are trained in weapons to protect their country in the war initiated by Russia. At the Lviv cinema, Ukrainians of all ages are given weapons and training.

Zelensky: We defeat the enemy with our weapons

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced that “booty” belonging to the Russian army has been confiscated. “Enemy tanks, armored vehicles, and ammunition will work for our defense,” Zelensky said. What is more humiliating to the invaders? Defeat the enemy with your own weapon. ” Zelenskiy also states: I know what you are doing. If you look at another attempt, you will respond quickly, as in the time of the war. “

“Please close the airspace immediately!”

After a Russian plane struck a children’s and obstetrics hospital in Mariupol yesterday, Ukrainian leader Zelensky called on social media to the world. How long will the world be an accomplice who ignores terrorism? Close the airspace now! Stop the murder! You have power, but you seem to have lost your humanity. “

America sends patriots

The U.S. Government has decided to send an air defense system to Poland against the growing threat of Russia, emphasizing its commitment to the principle that attacks on NATO members will be carried out against all members. did. A statement from the United States European Command (EUCOM) emphasized that the two Patriot missile batteries transmitted were for defensive purposes, not offensive.

Fear of Chernobyl leak

In April 1986, an accident occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the Soviet Union of Ukraine. At the time of the incident, 31 workers died. Fallout mixed with air and water, killing tens of thousands of people in the long run. Shields were installed in the damaged reactors, but they had been cooled for years to prevent leaks.

It was said that there was an electrical failure in the nuclear facility under the control of Russian soldiers. Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said yesterday that “the diesel fuel in the generators that power the cooling system will be exhausted within 48 hours and the risk of leakage will begin.” Plant manager Valeriya Seydi also states that “when fuel runs out, the plant is completely unsafe.”

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