Real news in real time: The world condemns the attack on the Mariupol Children’s Hospital. UNICEF says one million children have fled. Foreign Ministers of Ukraine and Russia meet today
• தி War between Russia and Ukraine It is the fifteenth day. Despite the difficulties, the progress of the Russian military is going in three directions simultaneously. But why is Moscow still unable to gain air superiority? Experts have provided several explanations.
Today the Extraordinary Council of Europe in Paris, while in Antalya, Turkey, Turkish Foreign Minister Lavrov and his Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba meet for the first time
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5.26 – Bombs on Sumi: “A 13-year-old boy and two girls are killed”
The BBC and the Guardian quoted local officials as saying that overnight Russian attacks on the city of Okdirka in the Sumi region of northeastern Ukraine had led to the deaths of a 13-year-old boy and two girls.
4.29 am – First Congress approves $ 14 billion aid to US, Ukraine
The first green light from the US Congress for the nearly $ 14 billion aid package to Ukraine. The House of Representatives has approved a budget of less than 48 hours to spend about $ 1.5 trillion until September. Expenditure must now be approved by the Senate.
3.26 – The government opens a website to document violations in Ukraine and Russia
The Ukrainian government has registered a domain and created a site (humanrights.gov.ua) With the aim of collecting and processing information and documents on human rights violations by the Russian Federation during the war in Ukraine. The announcement was made by the head of the office of President Andrei Yermak, according to the Kiev Independent. “The collected data will be used as evidence for Ukraine’s defense and representation in the European Court of Human Rights and the International Court of Justice. Insisted.
2.36 am – Sony stops sending PlayStation to Russia
Japanese electronics company Sony has announced that it has stopped all exports of PlayStation consoles and video games to Russia, joining the growing list of companies that will sever ties with Russia following the military operation launched from Moscow in Ukraine. Sony has donated $ 2 million to UNHCR and Save the Children.
2.16 – Zhelensky: “Yesterday alone 35 thousand people were expelled from Ukraine”
“Yesterday alone, about 35,000 civilians were evacuated from Ukrainian cities.” This was stated by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky.
2.10 – Twitter launches Dark Web service to deal with Russian siege
After Russia blocked access to Facebook in an attempt to stop the flow of information about its war in Ukraine, Twitter launched a privacy-protected version of social media to avoid surveillance and censorship. Both companies have said they are working to restore citizens’ access to Russia. Users can access this version of Twitter by downloading the Tor browser.
2.00 am – US sources: 5 to 6 thousand Russian soldiers die, about 15,000 wounded
Between 5,000 and 6,000 Russian soldiers died in the war in the first two weeks of the conflict in Ukraine. This was reported by US source cited by CBS. According to a US official, between 15,000 and 18,000 people have been wounded in the Moscow army. Evidence called the losses “very significant.”
1.56 – US Vice President Kamala Harris arrives in Poland
US Vice President Kamala Harris has arrived in Warsaw, where she will hold talks with Polish President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki over the next few hours. At the center of the meeting was the question of the transfer of Polish jets to Ukraine, which the Pentagon said a few hours ago, which was out of the question at this time. In Poland, Harris will also meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
1.55 pm – US: “Severe consequences if China does not respect sanctions against Russia”
“Any country that does not comply with US restrictions on exports to Russia will pay a heavy price, including China.” U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raymondo told CNN that, for example, Biden management is ready to disconnect software needed to make US or European products and semiconductors for China. We will punish any company that violates the rules in China or elsewhere.
1.46 – Waiting for the Biden-Erdogan call
US President Joe Biden will hold a telephone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss the latest developments in the war in Ukraine. The White House said in a statement. A phone call from the Oval Office is scheduled for Thursday morning, March 10, in the afternoon in Italy, the note says.
1.23 am – Ukrainian military: “Russia does not abandon plans to encircle Kiev”
Russia has not abandoned plans to encircle the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. This was underlined by the Ukrainian military in the latest update on the progress of the war. In a note quoted by the BBC, the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian military confirms that his “security forces are repelling” the Russian offensive “in all directions.”
1.10 am – White House warning: “Russia could use chemical weapons”
The White House has warned of danger Russia uses chemical weapons in Ukraine. In a Twitter post denying the Russian Foreign Ministry’s claim that the United States was developing chemical and biological weapons in Ukraine on the Russian border, White House spokeswoman Zhen Zaki said, “We must all be wary of Russia’s use of chemical weapons or Moscow using them to create an excuse. Expecting to have is a clear pattern.
00.15 – Eni stops buying Russian oil
Eni stopped buying oil from Russia following the war in Ukraine. “Eni – the multinational energy company explained – has stopped signing new contracts for the purchase of crude oil or petroleum products from Russia. However, Eni will comply with the rules of European and national companies.”
0.01 am – IMF approves $ 1.4 billion aid to Ukraine
The International Monetary Fund has approved a $ 1.4 billion emergency aid package for Ukraine. You can read it in a press release.
00:00 – Johnson: “New sanctions against Moscow and more military support for Kiev”
“I spoke with President Zhelensky to thank him for his speech in the municipalities and to inform him of our new tough sanctions against Putin’s regime.
00:00 – UNICEF, More than 1 million children are running
Within two weeks of the Russian invasion, more than 1 million children had fled Ukraine to neighboring countries. This is the warning raised by UNICEF Director Catherine Russell At least 37 children were killed and 50 were injured in the clashes. Russell even said he was “terrified”. Moscow attack on a children’s hospital in Mariupol. “If confirmed, this war is a testament to the horrendous number of children and families in Ukraine,” said the director of UNICEF.
00:00 – Aiea, Zaporizhzhia power station systems do not send data
Organizations of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which oversees the Ukrainian nuclear plant in Saporizia, have suspended data transfer. This was announced by the IAEA quoting the Guardian. A similar power outage occurred at the Chernobyl site yesterday. IAEA Director Rafael Crocey said the IAEA report was “concerned about the flow of data from two sites with high levels of nuclear material to the agency’s headquarters in Vienna.”
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