Russia has laid siege to Ukraine in three directions

Thursday, February 24, 2022

According to Western media, Russia has claimed to have destroyed more than 70 military targets in Ukraine, including 11 airfields.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has said his forces are fighting Russian forces not only in Donbas in eastern Ukraine but also in other parts of the country.

The Ukrainian military has so far claimed the lives of 50 Russian soldiers and captured 90 others, as well as destroyed at least six Russian planes.

Both countries are rejecting each other's figures.According to Ukraine, there have been about 203 attacks by Russia so far.

Western nations have called Putin's war a dark day for Europe. At a virtual summit of G7 leaders, President Biden and other Western leaders are preparing to impose massive economic and financial sanctions against Russia.

The Biden administration is considering deploying more US troops closer to the Russian border. NATO says it has no Western troops in Ukraine and has no plans to send troops there. However, NATO has placed more than 100 fighter jets on high alert.

The European Union (EU) has summoned Russia's ambassador to Ukraine and strongly condemned the attack, while Ukraine's foreign minister has called on allies to sever diplomatic ties with Russia.

The European Union (EU) has demanded that Belarus refrain from participating in Russia's attack on Ukraine.

The Kremlin says the duration of the mission in Ukraine will depend on the outcome.

Citizens of Ukraine have started seeking asylum. The number of asylum seekers at underground train stations is increasing.

The United Nations has stepped up its operations in Ukraine and neighboring countries in response to the influx of refugees.

For the first time since World War II, war sirens have been sounded in the Ukrainian city of Louvre.

UN chief Antonio Guterres has called on President Putin to end the "humanitarian crisis" following an emergency Security Council meeting.


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