More than 50 people have been killed in a bloody attack by Russian forces on the Kramatorsk railway station, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says he expects a decisive response from the international community in support of his country. “We expect a strong global reaction to this war crime,” the Ukrainian president said in a daily video message on Friday, according to the AFP.
The city of Odessa in southern Ukraine, a port on the Black Sea, will be under siege from Saturday night to Monday night, as a precautionary measure against a possible missile attack, The Guardian writes after the bombing of the Gramadorsk station.
During a visit to Kiev, the head of the European Commission, Ursula van der Leyen, handed over the EU questionnaire to Zhelensky, which serves as the basis for access talks, and the President of Ukraine sought to respond quickly: “Our government will prepare this. Quality and very quickly, I think in a week,” President Zhelensky said. Said in his daily video intervention on Friday evening.
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22.29: All those injured in Friday’s attack on the Gramadorsk railway station were evacuated from the city, most of them transferred to the Dniebro regional center, and some were transferred to Kiev, a local hospital official told CNN. A total of 80 adults and 19 children were injured, according to Ukrainian officials. The condition of 20 of the injured is critical. Ukrainian officials say 52 people have been killed in the attack.
22.16: Kharkov 92 Brigade soldiers were identified A common pit The Ukrainian Armed Forces Strategic Communications Department announced on its Facebook page that several Russian soldiers had been shot dead.
9.50pm: Ukraine announced on Saturday night that a third prisoner exchange had taken place with Russia, which allowed the release of 12 Ukrainian soldiers and 14 civilians.
“On the orders of President Volodymyr Zhelensky, a third prisoner transfer took place today. Twelve of our soldiers are returning home, including a female officer. We have released 14 civilians, nine of whom are women, for a total of 26 people, “said Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Versiuk in a telegram.
20.52: The Ukrainian parliament said on Saturday that at least 176 children had been killed and 324 wounded since the war began, and that the figures were not final. Details here.
18.44: Colonel Alexander Bespalov, commander of the 59th Guard Tank Regiment He was the ninth Russian colonel to be killed Following the attack on Ukraine.
17.45: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on Saturday that 4,441,663 Ukrainian refugees had fled the country since Russia’s occupation of Ukraine on February 24.. Details here
17.19: Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Meets in Kiev With Volodymyr Zelensky
March 17: Following the temporary relocation of the office to Poland following Russia’s occupation of Ukraine, the EU is resuming its diplomatic presence in Kyiv. Details here
16.45: 16.47. The report comes after Dmitry Peskov acknowledged that Russia had suffered “significant” casualties in Ukraine. Details here.
2.30pm: Austrian President Carl Neymar arrived in Kiev on Saturday to show his support for the government, while the DPA said the Russian military was continuing to target the south and east of the country. Nehemiah will meet with President Volodymyr Zhelensky and Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klishikov. He also plans to travel to the city of Bucea, where Ukrainian officials say hundreds of civilians have been massacred by Russian forces before leaving. details Here
12.00: Russia has expressed displeasure with Turkish authorities over the use of Bayraktar TB2 drones made in Turkey by the Ukrainian military. In response, Ankara told Moscow that Baykar Technologies, a Turkish drone company, was a private company and that the purchase of Ukrainian equipment had been completed before the war. details Here
11.00: Russia’s Interfax news agency reported on Saturday that Russian forces had destroyed an ammunition depot at the Myrhorod air base in central Ukraine, citing Russian forces. Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said a Ukrainian Air Force MiG-29 fighter jet and Mi-8 helicopter had been destroyed in an attack on a base in the Poltava region. details Here
09.18: The city of Odessa in southern Ukraine, a port on the Black Sea, will be under siege from Saturday night to Monday night, as a precautionary measure against a possible missile attack, The Guardian writes after the bombing of the Gramadorsk station.
09.15: The mayor of the Ukrainian city of Borodianka says three cars have been detonated by Russian forces over landmines in the area. Unexploded ordnance or unexploded ordnance was also identified by Russian forces in the Porodianka area. During the occupation, dozens of apartments and hundreds of homes in the city were bombed, and people were subjected to unimaginable torture or death. details Here
Ora 08.09 Zhelensky reiterated a complete energy embargo on Moscow and the complete exclusion of Russian banks from international funds. President Zhelenzky said energy exports were a key part of Russia’s profits and that Moscow’s leadership hoped the world would ignore the war crimes of the Russian military. details Here
Time: 07.57: French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday said he supports the collection of evidence of war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine, where Moscow denies civilian abuse. “Even with the most precautionary measures I can take as head of state, I can say that these are the war crimes of the Russians,” Emmanuel Macron told the social network Brute, adding that French genders and judges had been sent to establish the Ukrainians. Facts. details Here
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