3.5 million people have fled Ukraine since the start of the Russian offensive: UN

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  • Russian troops are still trying to round up Kiev The new curfew is in effect from 8pm Monday to 7am local time on Wednesday.
  • Ukraine does not “They will not lay down their arms and leave the city.” Of Like Mariupol, Russia ignored the final warning, his deputy prime minister said. The European Union has condemned the siege of the besieged city “The Great War Crime” .
  • Volodymyr Zhelensky On Monday, any Russian final warning was rejected and he wants to meet with Vladimir Putin, who is ready to discuss the Donbass and parts of Crimea. All “Compromise” The Ukrainian president has said the country will hold a referendum on talks with Russia to end the conflict.
  • Mr. Spoke with Zelensky on Monday Emmanuel Macron And Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte G7, their coordination on Thursday, March 24, ahead of the summits of NATO and EU leaders. “Positions”. They will be “Shut up, trust me”He said in a video Monday evening.
  • Russian newspaper, near the Kremlin, Komsomolskaya Pravda Published, later withdrawn, the statement identified by the Russian Ministry of Defense 9,861 Dead In the Russian Armed Forces since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. The article also states that 16,153 people were injured.
  • France On Monday, the French Foreign Ministry announced that 55 tons of medical equipment, computers, baby milk and generators had been transported to Ukraine via Poland.
  • According to a report from Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Released overnight from Monday to Tuesday, 925 civilians have been killed and 1,496 wounded in Ukraine since the start of the Russian offensive. The agency says the actual number may be higher as many information records have not yet been recovered.
  • Nearby 3.5 million people They have been fleeing Ukraine since February 24, according to a UN report released on Monday. 90% of them are women and children (Ukrainians between the ages of 18 and 60 are not allowed to leave their country). There are more than half the refugees in Poland alone.
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