Moscow calls Putin’s comments ‘dangerous’
The Kremlin on Monday condemned the “dangerous” remarks of US President Joe Biden, who called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “butcher” amid a Russian offensive in Ukraine.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that “this statement is undoubtedly dangerous.”
The Kremlin did not mention “no significant progress” in the Russian-Ukrainian talks.
The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday that Russia and Ukraine had not yet made “significant progress” in ending the conflict in Ukraine.
“For now, we do not see any significant improvement or improvement,” Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
The Russian and Ukrainian delegations are expected to hold a new meeting in Istanbul on Monday.
The head of the Ukrainian Humanitarian Corridors Mariupol estimates that 10,000 civilians were killed
Asked about BFMTV, Tatiana Lomakina, head of the humanitarian corridors for the Ukrainian government, warned of a humanitarian situation in Mariupol, where Ukrainian authorities have been counting 10,000 dead civilians since the siege began.
“Today, we estimate that 10,000 civilians have been affected in Mariupol. People continue to live in extremely difficult conditions. We must do everything we can to evacuate them,” he told BFMTV.
Heineken announced his withdrawal from Russia
In response to the invasion of Ukraine by the forces of Vladimir Putin, the Dutch beer brand Heineken on Monday announced its withdrawal from the Russian market.
According to the British Ministry of Defense, Russian troops have not been deported, especially to the East
A statement from the British Ministry of Defense said that the announcement by Russian civil servants of its intention to concentrate Vladimir Putin’s troops’ operations in the Donbass area east of the country had not yet been acted upon. Daily report on the situation in Ukraine.
“In the last 24 hours, there has been no significant change in the position of Russian troops in the occupied territory of Ukraine,” the British Daily reported.
Oscars honor Ukrainians
The screens broadcast messages calling for help, listing the basic needs of Ukrainians, such as “food”, “medical care” or “blankets”.
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Ukraine has called for the militarization of the Chernobyl region
According to Ukrainian officials, new fires have broken out in the area of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant occupied by Russian forces.
On Sunday evening, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vareshchuk wrote in her telegram, “Massive fires have started in the exemption zone, which could have very serious consequences.
“However, it is now impossible to fully control and extinguish the fire as the occupation zone has been occupied by occupying Russian forces,” he added.
“Therefore, we urge the UN Security Council to take immediate action to militarize the Chernobyl exemption zone,” the official said.
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