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Vladimir Putin boosts artillery; Volodymyr Zelensky renews plea for no-fly zone

Hundreds of civilians were killed and thousands were injured

Russia announced on Monday that it will open a humanitarian corridor to allow the evacuation of civilians from several Ukrainian cities experiencing fierce fighting, including the capital Kyiv and the besieged port city of Mariupol.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is now on its 12th day, with more than 1.5 million people fleeing the country in what the United Nations calls Europe’s fastest-growing refugee crisis since World War II. Vladimir Putin, his campaign in Ukraine, Kyiv stops fighting.

Hundreds of civilians have been killed, thousands have been injured, and hundreds of thousands of people (mainly women and children) have been evacuated to neighboring countries such as Poland, Romania and Moldova.

Here is a live update on the conflict between Ukraine and Russia

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More than 261,000 Ukrainians have fled to Romania since the Russian invasion
A total of 261,445 Ukrainians have fled to Romania since the invasion of Russia on February 24, according to border guard data, including 33,969 on Sunday.

Hardeep Singh Puri arrives in Delhi with the last batch of students from Budapest
Federal Minister Hardeep Singh Puri oversees the government’s “Operation Ganga” to bring people back from war-torn Ukraine, the final batch of 6711 stranded Indian students from Budapest. I returned from Hungary on Monday.

Tennis-Djokovic provides financial assistance to Ukraine’s Stakhovsky during the war
Novak Djokovic has provided financial and other assistance to Ukraine’s former 31st-largest Sergiy Stakhovsky, who enlisted in his reserves as Russia invaded its neighbors.

Russia opens a humanitarian corridor on March 7

Russian troops set fire in several Ukrainian cities, including the capital Kyiv, on Monday at 1000 o’clock Moscow time (0700 GMT), opening a humanitarian corridor, Interfax news agency quoted from the Russian Defense Ministry. ..

Corridors, also open from the cities of Kharkiv, Mariupol and Smee, were set up at the personal request of French President Emmanuel Macron, taking into account the current situation in these cities.

Russian troops restrict access to mobile networks

The Russian military at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has turned off some mobile networks and the Internet, so reliable information from the site cannot be obtained through regular communication channels, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a press release. I have notified you. Sunday.

Ukraine calls on UN court to end Russia’s invasion
Ukraine confronted Russia in the UN Supreme Court on Monday, and Kyiv urged a judge in The Hague to order Moscow to stop the invasion immediately.

Ukrainians trapped in a besieged city as fighting thwarts evacuation efforts
Approximately 200,000 people remained trapped in the besieged city of Mariupol on Monday after the fighting ceased evacuation activities over the weekend, with no sign that large-scale international sanctions stopped Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

West demands Russia to be suspended from Interpol
According to Britain’s Interior Minister Priti Patel, several Western countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States, have called on the International Criminal Police Organization to suspend Russia from international law enforcement agencies.

China says most of its citizens have fled Ukraine
The Beijing embassy in Ukraine announced on Monday that most of the approximately 6,000 Chinese previously in the country had been evacuated as Russia intensified bombardment in multiple cities.

U.S. officials say Russia is recruiting Syrians to fight in Ukraine
Russia is looking for Syrian fighters with experience in urban warfare to intensify its attacks on Ukraine, according to U.S. officials quoted by The Wall Street Journal on Sunday.

New Zealand expands sanctions on Russia over Ukraine’s invasion

The New Zealand Government announced on Monday that it would introduce a law allowing Russia to take its first sanctions after the invasion of Ukraine.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern freezes Russia’s assets in New Zealand through sanctions, preventing people and businesses from moving money and assets here to escape sanctions from other countries, superyachts, ships and aircraft. It will be possible to prevent the invasion of. Country sea or airspace.

Ukraine introduces export licenses for major agricultural products
Ukraine has introduced export licenses for its major agricultural products, wheat, corn and sunflower oil, Intelfax Ukraine News Agency quoted a government resolution on Sunday.

TikTok suspends livestreaming in Russia due to Moscow’s “fake news” law
Social media giant TikTok announced on Sunday that it will stop posting all video content from Russia to keep employees safe and comply with the country’s new “fake news” regulations.

Second attempt to evacuate civilians fails
Civilian disasters are widespread in Ukraine as attempts to evacuate residents of the besieged port city of Mariupol failed on the second day.

Netflix will stop service in Russia

Netflix Inc has suspended services in Russia to protest the invasion of Ukraine, Variety reported on Sunday.

Earlier this week, Netflix temporarily suspended all future projects and acquisitions in Russia because it evaluated the impact of Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

Ukraine and Russia confront genocide claims in world court

Ukraine called on the UN Supreme Court on Monday to issue an urgent ruling demanding that Russia’s aggression be stopped, arguing that the justification for Moscow’s attack was based on a misinterpretation of genocide law.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia’s “special military action” is needed “to protect those exposed to bullying and genocide” in eastern Ukraine.Is not true and does not provide legal justification for intrusion anyway


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