Russia-Ukraine War is Day 10 … Putin: Sanctions are like a declaration of war

Russia’s attack on Ukraine is day 10. Clashes continue in this area.

The village of Katone in Kyiv was the target of a bomb while Russian soldiers continued to advance towards the capital. Many homes were in flames and firefighters had a hard time putting out the fire.

Many buildings and vehicles became unusable as a result of the explosion in the town of Borodianka, northwest of Kyiv.

US officials recently said the last Russian convoy was still 25 kilometers away from Kyiv.

“Sanctions are like a declaration of war.”

“Everything is going according to plan in Ukraine,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a recent statement. “Sanctions are like a declaration of war.”

Putin reported that work to destroy Ukraine’s military infrastructure was almost complete, but said there were no plans to impose martial law or a state of emergency on Russia.

Temporary trial for civil liberation

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced at 10:00 Moscow time that civilians would carry out a temporary ceasefire to leave Mariupol and Volnovakha.

A written statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense stated that a humanitarian corridor had been opened for civilians to leave Mariupol and Volnovakha.

The statement noted that the corridor in question had been opened by agreement with the Ukrainian side, saying that “at 10:00 Moscow time, a temporary ceasefire will be held for civilians to leave Mariupol and Volnovakha.” ..

He said civilians would be allowed to leave the city of Mariupol, Ukraine, between 12:00 and 17:00 Moscow time, quoted by city officials from the Russian RIA news agency.

Russia said early on that troops surrounding the port city of the Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčAzov in southern Ukraine would stop firing and allow civilians to pass through.

Red Cross: Evacuation does not start today

However, there were reports that Russian troops did not follow the Mariupol ceasefire. As a result, local officials said the evacuation was delayed.

Meanwhile, the Kyiv administration said the ceasefire at Volnovakha had also ceased. The Red Cross also announced that evacuation will not begin today.

Mariupol’s mayor Vadim Boychenko, surrounded by Russian troops in Ukraine, said in a statement yesterday that the city’s people had been bombarded for five days and should build a safe corridor for evacuation.

Russia: Dropped four SU-27 jets

A statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense emphasized that Russian troops are continuing large-scale operations in Ukraine.

A statement stating that some towns were confiscated shared that four Su-27 jets belonging to Ukraine had been shot down.

Zelensky: From today, all deaths are dead because of you

Talking about the NATO summit yesterday at night, Zelensky made harsh criticisms.

In a statement, Zelensky described the NATO summit held today as a “weak and confusing summit.”

Zelensky continued, saying it was clear that no one saw Europe’s free struggle as a primary goal.

“I believe NATO countries are creating the myth that they will trigger a direct attack on Russia’s NATO, perhaps by closing over Ukraine for flight. This is self-hypnosis. From today, those who die. All die because of you. “

United Nations: Number of Ukrainian deaths and injuries over a thousand

UN Secretary-General Stephen Dujaric said 331 civilians have died in Russia’s occupation of Ukraine so far.

Dujarric said the number of civilians killed between February 24 and March 3 had increased to 1006, and more than 1.2 million had left the country.

However, Ukrainian officials say the death toll exceeds 2,000.

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