The 15th day of the Russian-Ukraine War began again with a clash. After Russia struck a children’s hospital yesterday, the White House announced a horrifying plan for Russian leader Vladimir Putin. After vetoing US fighters, the EU said no to Ukraine’s request to join. Russia bombed Mariupol from the air while the summit was in Antalya. “We can’t count the dead on the street,” the mayor said. This is the latest development from the Russian-Ukraine War …
On the 15th day of the Russo-Ukraine War, news of the conflict continued from the region, while the United States issued terrible warnings. The White House has announced that Russia may be planning an attack on chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine. “We all need to be vigilant,” spokesman Jen Psaki said, “unbelievable” for Russia’s claims about the US Institute for Biological Weapons and the development of chemical weapons in Ukraine.
“We must all be vigilant in case Russia uses chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine or uses them to carry out false flag operations,” Pusaki said. “There’s a good reason to worry,” Western officials said, according to BBC news. It is said that this may be the last move in Moscow that has yet to capture Kyiv. This is what happened in the Russian-Ukrainian war zone.
Ukraine confiscated Russian money
Many countries, especially the United States, have imposed sanctions on Russia for Ukrainian attacks. Not only Russia, but also the assets of many Russian businessmen known as oligarchs have been frozen. Krylo Shevchenko, Governor of the Central Bank of Ukraine, said Russian assets frozen from around the world should be used to rebuild Ukraine after the war. Shevchenko also said Russia should pay war reparations to repair the damage caused by the Russian invasion.
He shared a photo from the plane, he is urgently coming to Turkey
Rafael Mariano Grossi, Secretary of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), shares his photo from the plane and goes to Antalya to “discuss the urgent issue of ensuring the safety and security of Ukraine’s nuclear facilities. “”
The summit struck Russia!You can’t count the dead on the street
Russia’s attack from Mariupol continued at full speed while the international community was paying close attention to the outcome of the Ukraine-Russia Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Antalya today. According to news shortly before Reuters, the Mariupol City Council announced that the city was being attacked from the air. Yesterday, Mariupol’s deputy mayor Serhiy Orlov announced that at least 1,200 civilians had died in Mariupol.
The number of people who died on the street is not counted.
Serhiy Orlov, Deputy Mayor of Mariupol’s, said: “We confirmed yesterday that 1,207 victims were killed as a result of the bombing,” he said. “We can’t really calculate the net death toll,” Orlov said. So I think it’s 3-4 times more than the explanation. I can’t even count the number of people killed by bombs on the streets, “he said. He said. Officials have announced that mass graves have begun to be excavated in the city due to the high number of deaths.
No ceasefire decision was made at the Antalya summit
The Russia-Ukraine Tripartite Summit in Antalya has ended. After the historic summit in Antalya, the two ministers issued separate statements. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kreva and Russian Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov said the message “the ceasefire is not over.”
Otherwise, it will cause World War III.
“NATO will not be a party to the conflict over Ukraine, or the situation could turn into World War III,” said Josep Borrell, High Representative for Foreign Security Policy.
NATO Secretary-General Stortemberg will meet with President Erdogan and Foreign Minister Chabshuol in Antalya tomorrow at 15:45.
Critical Zelensky statement from Russia
“Ukraine is always proposing direct negotiations between Putin and Zelensky, and the Kremlin spokesperson Peskov is currently discussing possible meetings between Putin and Zelensky,” said Peskov, a spokesperson for the Kremlin. .. “The news that Russia has bombed a children’s hospital in Mariupol is fake news. This is information terrorism. The economic war that has begun against Russia is unprecedented,” Peskov said. ..
Regain Donbus and Crimea
“Regain Crimea and Donbus,” said the Ukrainian presidential adviser. Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
Humanitarian corridors are open to seven cities, including Mariupol
Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Irina Bereshuk provided information that “seven people, including Mariupol, are opening the corridor.” Mikhail Podryak, deputy director of the Ukrainian presidential office, said he hopes that negotiations to end the war with Russia will lead to consensus and believes that a ceasefire is approaching in the “near future.”
The first photo came from the top of Antalya
The eyes and ears of the world are in Antalya. 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. Chavshol later met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov.
Patriots were deployed and operated on the Ukrainian border
As the Russia-Ukraine War continued for the 15th day, the Pentagon completed the installation of the Patriot air defense system on the Polish-Ukraine border. It was emphasized that the process of deploying the two Patriot batteries installed in the city of Rzeszow was completed and the system was ready to go live.
Russia calls on the United States to end its activities
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. Russia’s ambassador to the United States urged the United States to abandon its military and biological activities in the former Soviet Republic.
IMF approves financial assistance to Ukraine
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a $ 1.4 billion emergency loan to Ukraine.
Two more giants cut off relations with Russia
Caterpillar, the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, has announced that it has temporarily closed its Russian plant.
Italian oil and gas company Eni has announced that it has suspended new contracts for purchasing oil and petroleum products from Russia.
Weapons and airline support from the US to Ukraine
“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.