In Lviv, a wall of flowers paying tribute to the slain Ukrainians
Tribute to those who lost their lives in the war. Photographs of artificial flowers and smiling faces of those killed since the start of the Russian invasion two months ago have been installed in the city of Lviv in the west of the country. Dozens of pilgrims lined up in front of the memorial after Sunday’s Orthodox Easter prayers.
No Swiss ammunition for Ukraine via Germany
The Swiss Ministry of Economy on Sunday confirmed that Switzerland has vetoed the supply of Swiss ammunition to Ukraine via Germany. According to the Swiss weekly Sonntagszeitung, Germany intended to send Swiss ammunition to war in Ukraine and Berlin asked Bern if this supply was possible.
In Italy, thousands rallied for peace
About 50,000 people took part in a traditional peace procession from Perugia to Assisi in central Italy on Sunday. Participants walked more than 20 kilometers, separating the two cities, with countless rainbow flags and the slogan “Stop, war madness.”
Kyiv fears another failure to set up a humanitarian corridor in Mariupol
According to Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vareshchuk, the construction of a humanitarian route in the southeastern port city of Mariupol has failed again. He noted that a new initiative would take place on Monday and that it was about the public in the city, not the refugees. Large Azovstel SteelworksThe place where the last wars took place.
Former tennis player Stakovsky backs expulsion of Russians and Belarusians from Wimbledon
Former Ukrainian tennis player Sergei Stakovsky has left to join his country’s reserve army in Kiev, supporting the Wimbledon organizers’ decision to exclude the Russians and Belarusians from the next edition of the tournament (June 27 – July 10).
“I’m not saying I’m happy about it, but I should have done it,” the former 31-year-old, who retired from the game and left his London home on March 1, told the English newspaper Mail on Sunday. Ukraine. “At first there was fear but how to behave in war, how to behave in anything is strange. We know that a missile can land in any part of the country. Professional tennis is a long way off now. This is surreal. “
The British minister says Paris and Berlin could help Ukraine further
The minister, who has no portfolio, called for more support for Ukraine in an interview with Sky News, the leader of the Conservative Party. “I would like to see more, but the Prime Minister promises to be precise at this point. This week, he spoke on the phone not only with President Biden, but also with President Macron and other heads of state, such as Oliver Dowd. We all have a desire to do this but from France and Germany Still nice to see.
What are the military losses in each sector?
Military Volodymyr Zelensky said about 2,500 to 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers had been killed and about 10,000 wounded since the war began.
The Kremlin recently admitted “significant losses” on its side. On March 25, he admitted that 1,351 soldiers died from 8,825 injuries. Some Western sources say 12,000 Russian soldiers died. There is no overall civilian death toll.
The number of refugees is approaching 5.2 million
According to somewhat updated figures from the High Commission for Refugees released on Sunday, just 23,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled their country in the past 24 hours. . According to the UNHCR, 5,186,744 Ukrainians have fled the country since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24, 23,058 more than on Saturday.
Russia censors Chess.com for spreading “false information” about Ukraine
Russia has shut down the American chess website Chess.com at the request of Russia’s public prosecutor’s office after it published two articles describing the situation in Ukraine as “misinformation”. Chess.com is now on the list of blocked sites in Russia, available Sunday on the site of Russian telecommunications guard Roskomnadzor.
Ursula van der Leynn in India to speak in Ukraine
The head of the European Commission arrived in India on Sunday on a two-day visit dedicated to trade, security and climate, during which he is expected to discuss New Delhi’s neutrality on the Ukraine war.
India seeks a difficult balance between its relations with the West and its relations with Russia, which supply the bulk of its arms and energy needs. He abstained from openly condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine and abstained from voting at the United Nations.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) calls for ‘immediate humanitarian access’ to Mariupol
In a statement issued on Sunday, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) called for “immediate and unrestricted humanitarian access” to the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
The ICRC “is very concerned about the situation in Mariupol, where people are in urgent need of assistance”.
Chess site blocked in Russia for two articles on Ukraine
Russia has shut down the American chess website Chess.com at the request of Russia’s public prosecutor’s office after it published two articles describing the situation in Ukraine as “misinformation”. Chess.com is now on the list of blocked sites in Russia, available Sunday on the site of Russian telecommunications guard Roskomnadzor. In one of the articles in question, Chess.com management condemned the February 24 attack on Russia in Ukraine.
376,124 Ukrainian refugees on German soil
German authorities said in a tweet on Sunday that nearly 376,124 Ukrainian refugees had returned to their homeland two months after the conflict began.
According to Ukrainian officials, 21,800 Russian soldiers have been killed since the conflict began
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry released a new statement on Sunday stating that nearly 21,800 Russian soldiers have been killed since the start of the conflict. Ukrainian forces also shot down 179 planes, 154 helicopters, 873 tanks and 2,238 Russian tanks.
The ousted mayor of the city of Melidopol is worried that “we will not be able to provide humanitarian assistance.”
Melbourne Mayor Ivan Fedorov, who was detained by Russian forces for five days in March, spoke this Sunday. CNN Discuss the situation in the country. According to him, Vladimir Putin wants to “kill the whole Ukrainian nation”, especially by occupying most of the major Ukrainian cities. Fedorov expressed concern about his city appointing a new mayor by Russian forces: “We can not provide humanitarian assistance. We can not provide from pharmacies. We can not make deliveries to emergency services … that is why this is a very dangerous situation.
Pope renews call for ceasefire at Easter
During the Orthodox Easter celebrations this Sunday, Pope Francis once again called for a ceasefire in Ukraine and called for an end to the attacks on “tired people.” “Today is two months since the start of this war,” he recalled after Sunday prayers in front of thousands of believers gathered in St. Peter’s Square on February 24, some of whom waved the Ukrainian flag. “Instead of stopping, the war has gotten worse. In these days, which are so sacred and sacred to Christians, it is sad to hear the murderous sound of weapons more than the sound of bells announcing the resurrection of Christ,” he added.
Two observers detained in eastern Ukraine: OSCE
In a tweet on Saturday evening, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said it was “extremely concerned” that many members of the OSCE National Mission had “lost their independence in Donetsk and Lukansk”. And “Use all available channels to facilitate their publication”.
Mariupol: UN to evacuate civilians
The UN has called for an “immediate” ceasefire in Mariupol this Sunday to allow the evacuation of about 100,000 civilians still stranded in the Ukrainian port, which is fully controlled by the Russian military, according to a statement from its co-ordinator in Ukraine.
“The fight needs a pause right now to save lives. The more lives we wait for, the more lives are in danger. They must be allowed to leave today. It will be too late tomorrow,” Amin Awad said.
The governor said eight people had been killed in the Lukansk region
Lugansk Oblast Governor Sergei Haidai made the announcement this Sunday morning Telegraph Eight people were killed and seven houses and a police station were destroyed in several municipalities in the region, namely Hirsch, Solot, Siverodonestk and Lisitsk.
According to the governor of Donetsk, two women killed by Ocheretyne
Donetsk Governor Pavlo Kirillenko announced on Twitter on Sunday that two children had died in Oceretin. They will be two women aged 5 and 14: “their family home was destroyed” by a Russian fire.
Mariupol: The Azovstel factory was “constantly” attacked
In a tweet on Sunday, Ukraine’s presidential adviser, Mikhail Podoliyak, said Russian forces were “continuing” to attack the Azovstal plant. The last Ukrainian fortress in the city of MariupolA strategic port under Russian control for several days.
Dnipro affected by night strikes
In a telegram message on Sunday, said Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Governor Valentin Resnishenko. Three night strikes are said to have hit the Pavlograd district, Including missiles that strike railway infrastructure. “A 48-year-old man died and eight buildings were destroyed. Beneath the rubble are three cars and a truck. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police station, killing two people and wounding two others.
A young mother and her baby were killed by a Russian missile in Odessa
On her Twitter account, Ukrainian activist Femen Inna Shevchenko shared a photo of a young mother and her granddaughter, both of whom were killed by a Russian missile in a residential area of Odessa. Information first shared by surviving husband and father.
French gas stations were attacked by border Germans
What is Putin’s health?
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, speculation Health of Russian President Vladimir Putin Amplifier. One of his last appearances at a meeting related to the headquarters of the Assoustal factory in Mariupol, reinforced the rumors.
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