Russia Ukraine Conflict: Russia Bombs Civilian Areas, Ukraine Says 350 Killed In Invasion: 10 Facts

Russia Bombs Civilian Areas, Ukraine Says 350 Killed In Invasion: 10 Facts

New Delhi:
Ukraine claims that 352 civilians, together with 14 youngsters, have been killed in Russia’s offensive that started final Thursday. Negotiation talks between the 2 nations are on after Russian President Vladimir Putin put out his situation.

  1. Russian artillery attacked a number of residential areas in Ukraine’s second largest metropolis Kharkiv. Not less than 11 civilians have been killed within the ongoing shelling of Kharkiv.

  2. Kyiv says 352 civilians have been killed, together with 14 youngsters, because the invasion started final Thursday. Russia has acknowledged for the primary time that it has suffered losses.

  3. Greater than half 1,000,000 individuals have fled Ukraine because the begin of Russia’s invasion, UN’s refugee arm stated.

  4. Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed France’s Emmanuel Macron a Ukraine settlement was solely attainable if Ukraine was impartial, “denazified” and “demilitarised” and Russian management over annexed Crimea was formally recognised.

  5. Negotiators from Ukraine and Russia will return to their capital cities for consultations and have plans for recent talks, each side announce after a primary assembly since battle broke out.

  6. Russia has been dealing with worldwide isolation as talks to resolve the battle did not make a breakthrough.

  7. The United Nations Common Meeting is holding a gathering on the Ukraine disaster and is about to vote later this week to isolate Russia.

  8. For the second time in every week, India abstained on a UN decision linked to Russia’s Ukraine invasion. New Delhi additionally welcomed the choice of Moscow and Kyiv to carry talks on the Belarus border.

  9. America expelled 12 Russian diplomats on the United Nations over nationwide safety considerations.

  10. Ukraine’s Western allies elevated weapons transfers in help, and Britain known as for such transfers to be expanded. Finland agreed to ship 2,500 assault rifles and 1,500 anti-tank weapons. Canada will provide anti-tank weapons and upgraded ammunition, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated.

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