Russian troops continue to attack Ukrainian territory. While support is being poured from the world to Ukraine, new sanctions have been added to the sanctions imposed on Russia in many regions. Here is the latest news from the war zone …
12.54: Intelligence reports obtained by the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense state that the cities of Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Smy and Mariupol are surrounded by Russian troops and continue to be heavily bombarded by Russia.
12.37: Yesterday, the number of people killed in an airstrike by Russian troops in the city of Sumi, Ukraine, has increased to 22.
12.24: Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said positive progress is expected in the coming days for two Turkish planes in Ukraine and a ship in a Russian port.
12.06: Ukrainian troops shot down Russian tanks with the anti-tank system Javelin.
Russia has been attacking Ukraine for 14 days. Ukrainian troops destroyed Russian tanks on Ukrainian territory with the anti-tank system Javelin.
11.56: At a press conference yesterday, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Liz Srossel said the attack on journalists during the Ukrainian War raised concerns and focused attention on the attack on Ukraine’s CNN Turkey team.
11.34: The flag of the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics (USSR) was seen hanging from Russian tanks advancing over Ukrainian territory.
Russia has been attacking Ukraine for 14 days. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the convoy of armored vehicles continues to move forward. The flag of the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics (USSR) was hung on a tank with the V mark of the convoy.
11.22: Ukrainian citizens are trained in weapons to protect their country from the war initiated by Russia.
It has been 14 days since Russia launched an attack on Ukraine. Russian troops continue to attack many points, especially in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The Ukrainian army protects the capital and other cities by all means. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on people to join the army with guns and protect the city, and weapons were distributed to people in many cities.
Like many parts of the country, people were armed in Lviv. Cinemas in the city provide training on how to use Kalashnikov, which is distributed to people of all ages, men and women. Citizens are trained on many subjects, from disassembling and assembling weapons to aiming.
10.26: The Russian Foreign Ministry has announced that Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov will be in Turkey today.
Maria Zakharova, a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, has issued a new statement regarding Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov’s visit to Turkey. Sergeĭ Viklov said Foreign Minister Sergeĭ Viklov would be attending an international diplomatic forum in Antalya today and a meeting with Ukraine’s Dmytro Kuleba would be held here.
09.41: The Rescoubas Theater, where many famous plays were performed in Lviv, Ukraine, has become a refuge for Ukrainian civilians who have fled the war.
08.08: Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Boeing 777 passenger planes carrying 230 Pakistani students left behind in Ukraine under Russian occupation have arrived in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. Maciej Pisarski, Polish Ambassador to Pakistan, welcomed Pakistani students at Islamabad International Airport.
07.55: As Russia entered the third week of the occupation of Ukraine, more than two million people fled the civil war and fled to other countries. An organization called Save the Children reports that there are 800,000 children among those who have left Ukraine.
Turkish and US offers from Ukraine
07.40: The People’s Employers Party, which is in power in Ukraine, has brought new security to the protection of national sovereignty.
Turkey was counted as a guarantor candidate in a party statement.
“NATO will not be ready to accept Ukraine for at least the next 15 years.
It was noted that in addition to Turkey, the United States and some neighboring countries can protect Ukraine as a guarantor in the fields of military, economic and political.
The party statement emphasized that Russia should also sign these guarantees and legally recognize Ukraine’s sovereignty.
Patriot missile from America to Poland
07.32: U.S. European Command (EUCOM) spokesperson Captain Adam Miller said the United States would send two Patriot air defense system missile batteries to Poland to counter the threat to the United States and its NATO allies during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Announced.
07.12: Sirens rang again in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine
5000 people were kicked out
07.10: Vice President Yulia Tymoshenko of the Ukrainian Presidential Office said that the evacuation of about 5,000 people from the city of Sumi in Ukraine has been completed and announced that the Turkish people are among the displaced.
07:00: Negotiations that Poland would provide Ukraine with a MiG-29 jet to provide aviation assistance to Ukraine and in return sell the F-16 to Warsaw were not decisive.
Poland’s Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau said his government was ready to immediately deploy all MiG-29 jets to the Ramstein Air Force Base for free and make them freely available to the US government.
Poland issued a green light to indirectly send planes to Ukraine via the United States, but the Pentagon declined the offer, stating that the plan was not “sustainable.”
“We will continue to discuss this issue and the difficult logistical challenges it poses with Poland and other NATO allies, but I don’t think Warsaw’s proposal is sustainable,” said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. Said.
Foreign Minister Victoria Nuland said Warsaw’s decision had not been previously discussed with Washington.
Nuland said the United States is planning to deploy a Patriot air defense system in Poland, and Turkey is taking “strong steps” by not allowing warships to pass under the Montreux Convention.
06.36: Ukraine’s Deputy Interior Minister, Yehuchen Yen, has announced that foreigners coming to Ukraine to fight the occupation of Russia will be given citizenship.
06:00: Kyrylovska Tymoshenko, deputy chief of the Ukrainian general staff, said about 5,000 people had evacuated from Smy and 1,000 vehicles had left the city.
05.57: The United Nations has announced that at least 474 civilians have been killed in Ukraine since the invasion of Russia began.
“Most of the recorded civilian casualties resulted from the use of heavy guns and triple-barrel rocket systems, and the use of explosive weapons with a wide range of effects, including missiles and airstrikes,” the statement said.
05.49: Ukrainian official Sergey Bolvinov has announced that 27 people have died in Kharkov in one day. Borbinov said a total of 170 civilians, including five children, have been killed in the besieged city since the beginning of the Russian occupation.
04.10: Former Georgian Defense Minister Irakli Okruashvili came to Ukraine with other Georgian volunteers, according to a statement from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.
“Oklashvili is in Ukraine with Georgian volunteers to support the fight against the Russian occupying forces,” the ministry said in a statement.
04:00: Russia sent heavy weapons by armored train from the Crimean Peninsula to the conflicting cities in southern Ukraine.
03.10: Russia launched a rocket attack on the military barracks of the Ukrainian city of Zitmir with military aircraft, but launched an air raid on the military base in Kharkiv and completely destroyed the military base.
02.40: Hungary has announced that it does not support the possibility of natural gas and oil sanctions against Russia.
02.05: Fitch downgraded Russia’s credit rating from “B” to “C”.
02:00: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky responded to the United Nations (UN), which did not use the term “war” against Russia’s attack on your country, and in his speech Zelensky talked about US oil Joe Biden. He said he thanked the President of the United States. Sanctions against Russia. “The United States has taken steps to significantly weaken the occupiers. I am personally grateful to US President Joe Biden for this decision,” he said.
01.55: NATO announced that Defense Minister will hold an extraordinary meeting on the latest developments in the war between Russia and Ukraine on March 16 through a video conference.
00.20: The Central Bank of Russia has announced that customers who find a foreign currency account can withdraw up to $ 10,000. In addition, banks are prohibited from selling foreign currency to citizens until further notice. According to a decision announced by the Central Bank of Russia, withdrawals will be paid in dollars regardless of which foreign currency customers the account has.