Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s attempt to invade Ukraine has entered the 11th day. Various parts of Ukraine are reported to be at risk of humanitarian crisis.
15.11: Ukraine’s highest security official, Olexi Danilov, wrote in his social media account that Russia had gathered troops to siege the Ukrainian city of Dnipro and focused its main attention on separating Ukraine from the Black Sea. ..
14.07: In Russia, 115 people were detained during anti-war protests in 29 cities.
13.30: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian troops are preparing to bomb the city of Odessa.
13.12: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited the border with Russia as part of a five-day visit from March 3-8. Blinken, who visits Belgium, Poland, Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, is in Moldova today. Blinken met with Moldova’s President Maia Sandu, Prime Minister Natalia Gabririta, and Foreign Minister Nicu Popescu. US Secretary of State Blinken held a joint press conference with Maia Sandu.
President Sandu of Moldova said that since the occupation of Russia began, 250,000 refugees have sought refugees from their own country, and his country urgently needs support from the international community to support refugees. Stated.
At a press conference, Blinken said, “Moldova was a powerful example in that they reached out to Ukrainian refugees.” I used the phrase.
“Moldova was the country that accepted the most refugees. How can the international community help Moldova and how can it end the war?” Blinken was asked. “A great deal of effort is being made here. Poland and Moldova bear the greatest burden. Blinken has called on Congress for urgent assistance. It also brings its own technical expertise to the field and resources. Also provide. ” I used the phrase “to ease your burden.”
13.00: In a live broadcast Saturday night, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, “Ukrainians are against the wind,” calling on all Ukrainians to continue fighting. Zelenskiy said the Ukrainian invasion had stopped, “now you need to get out on the street and get rid of this tragedy from our city.”
Zelensky’s phone came after requesting his own fighter in a telephone conversation with US President Joe Biden. Meanwhile, US officials are continuing negotiations with Poland, which may send fighters to Ukraine. Poland has stated that it may supply Ukraine with some MiG fighters, but no decision has been made yet.
12.40: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian Minister of State Vladimir Putin talked over the phone. The two leaders talked about the war between Russia and Ukraine.
12.00: OVD-info demonstrators reported that 64 people were detained in the cities of Vladivostok and Irkutsk during an anti-war demonstration in Russia.
11.25: According to the Russian Defense Ministry, Russia attacked Ukraine’s Starokostityniv military airfield with long-range, high-precision weapons and invalidated it.
“Russian troops continue to attack Ukraine’s military infrastructure,” said Igor Konashenkov, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry.
11:00: A temporary ceasefire has begun, agreed with Russia to open a humanitarian corridor in Mariupol’s city. The Humanitarian Aid Corridor will also be announced in Kharkov.
10.45: The Ukrainian Army General Staff has announced that more than 11,000 Russian soldiers have died in the war. A statement by the Chief of Staff reported that missing data from the war between Ukraine and Russia from February 24th to March 6th was updated.
10.00: Ukrainian officials told a television channel in Ukraine-24 on Sunday morning that the situation in the Sumy region and the city of Mariupol is “at risk of a humanitarian catastrophe.” Government adviser Vadim Denisenko said that the cities of Akhtyrka and Trostyanets in northern Sumy Oblast currently have no electricity or water.
09.45: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged world leaders to make new efforts to ensure that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine fails. Johnson has announced six plans to continue to put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin.
World leaders must mobilize an “international humanitarian coalition” for Ukraine
-Support Ukraine with “Efforts to Secure Self-Defense”
Economic pressure on Russia should increase.
The international community must resist the “normalization over time” of Russia’s actions in Ukraine
-Diplomatic decisions about war should only be made with the full participation of the legitimate government of Ukraine
There must be a “quick organization to enhance security and resilience” among NATO countries.
09.20: China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken that Beijing would oppose any action to “fuel.” According to Global Times news, Wang Yi encouraged direct negotiations between Russia and Ukraine, adding that the crisis could only be resolved through dialogue and negotiations.
Soviet jet to Ukraine
09.00 : According to The Wall Street Journal, US authorities are working on an arrangement in which Poland will offer Ukraine a Soviet-era plane in exchange for an American F-16 fighter. The latest move to help Ukraine move forward with Russia came after a meeting between Zelensky and more than 300 U.S. lawmakers, and Ukrainian leaders said his country needed more planes. ..
“We are working with Poles on this and in talks with other NATO allies,” a White House official told the US media. Part of the decision depends on what the United States can offer Poland in return for handing over the plane to Ukraine. Ukrainian pilots are reportedly specially trained to fly with these systems, so they need Russian-made aircraft.
05.18. During the ongoing Russian violent attack on Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he had telephoned with US President Joe Biden about the latest situation in his country. Zelensky said in his statement that he had discussed with Biden at a bilateral meeting about Ukraine’s security, financial support for Ukraine and sanctions against Russia.
03.46: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24 continued the Russian attack uninterrupted, but Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky continues to make the most intense phone calls in his presidency. President Zelenskiy announced that he had a video conference meeting with US-based Tesla and Elon Musk, the founder of space transportation company SpaceX. In a statement on the details of the meeting, Zelensky said, “I met Elon Musk. Thank you for supporting him with his words and actions. We are capable of the space project and his post-war visit to Ukraine. We talked about sex. “
03.13: Ukraine’s Kyiv Regional Governor Oleksiy Kuleba has announced that soldiers sent to Ukraine by President Chechen’s Ramazan Kadyrov have occupied the Psychiatric and Neurosurgical Hospital in the city of Borodyanka in the country’s Kyiv region and have accepted psychiatric patients and hospitals. Staff hostages.
02.11: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has announced that the number of asylum seekers in Ukraine has exceeded 1.2 million.
01.45: Visa and Mastercard have announced that they will suspend their operations in Russia.
00.45: US State Department officials told AFP that the United States had allowed the use of Russian airspace to accept exiled Russian diplomats.
22.44: Zelensky spoke to the Ukrainian people. The Russians are temporarily on the territory of Ukraine, Zelensky said: “It’s a special hero to protest when your city is temporarily occupied. Even if you don’t have armor, you won’t run away from the armored car. That’s why they’re here temporarily. I Our people, our Ukrainians are not retreating. They do not give up. They continue to resist. They are yelling at the intruders to go home. We got from the enemy Every meter of the territory is a step towards victory, keep attacking. You have to go out and resist. Like Helson. Like Beljansik. Like Melitopoli. Of Conotop. “We have to go out and drive this evil out of our city,” he said.