The war in Ukraine worsens. More than two months since the invasion of Russia began and Volodymyr Zelensky has not given up his efforts to negotiate with Vladimir Putin. meanwhile, humanitarian corridors continue to save the lives of Ukrainians who want to leave the city as soon as possible. Follow life, the last minute of the situation in Ukraine after the invasion of Russia.
Live, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
Russian Duma Speaker calls for Ukraine to be declared a “terrorist state”
The president of the Russian State Duma, Viacheslav Volodin, has demanded this Tuesday that Ukraine be declared a “terrorist state” after the Intelligence services claimed to have dismantled an assassination attempt against a series of journalists at the hands of an alleged neo-Nazi cell.
“Having started a war against its people – about the conflict unleashed in 2014 in the Donbas region (east) – Kyiv has gone through the phase of carrying out terrorist attacks against civilians in other countries,” Volodin said in a statement. a message in your Telegram account.
An IAEA team will visit the Chornobyl plant on Tuesday
A team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will visit the Chornobyl nuclear power plant on Tuesday to collaborate with local personnel and guarantee the safety of the facilities, as announced on Monday by the agency’s director-general, Rafael Grossi.
The team will deliver material, carry out radiological evaluations and restore the plant’s surveillance and safeguard systems, the IAEA explained in a statement.
Russia raises the number of refugees arriving in the country from Ukraine to nearly one million
The Russian authorities raised this Tuesday to about one million the number of people who have arrived in the country fleeing the war in Ukraine, most of them from the Donbas region (east), where the self-proclaimed Donetsk people’s republics are located. and Luhansk.
Official sources quoted by the Russian news agency TASS have pointed out that “according to the latest data, 987,000 people have arrived in Russia, including 180,000 children”, before adding that they include 272,000 Russian citizens, 546,000 citizens of the self-proclaimed republics -whose independence was recognized by Russia in February – and “168,000 citizens of other states.”
Ukraine claims to have killed more than 70 Russian soldiers and destroyed an ammunition warehouse in Kherson
The Armed Forces of Ukraine have assured this Tuesday that they have killed more than 70 Russian soldiers and have destroyed an ammunition warehouse in the Kherson region, located in the south of the country, in the framework of the war unleashed on February 24 by the invasion order given by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“In the area of the Velika Oleksandrivka settlement in the Kherson province, the defenders of Ukraine destroyed an ammunition depot and a large number of Russian enemy personnel,” the Ukrainian Army General Staff said in a message on its account. the social network Facebook.
The UN reports that humanitarian organizations ask for almost 2.1 billion euros for Ukraine
The United Nations reported this Monday that humanitarian organizations have launched a new appeal for war-torn Ukraine, requesting 2.25 billion dollars – almost 2.1 billion euros – to provide assistance and protection to almost nine million people. persons.
“Two months on, needs have continued to rise, while the humanitarian response has expanded significantly in scale and scope, enabled by rapid funding allocated from the initial flash appeal, prompting a review and expansion of the flash appeal from Ukraine until August 2022,” they said in a statement.
Russia reports the evacuation of more than 9,200 civilians from Donetsk and Lugansk
The Russian Ministry of Defense has reported this Monday the evacuation of 9,285 people from the dangerous areas of Ukraine, Donetsk, and Lugansk, for which more than 2.7 million Ukrainians have fled to Russian territory.
“Despite the obstacles created by Kyiv, during the last 24 hours, without the participation of the Ukrainian authorities, 9,285 people have been evacuated to the territory of the Russian Federation from dangerous regions of Ukraine, the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, including 733 children”, highlighted the Russian spokesman, Mikhail Mizintsev.
Zelensky affirms that the fate of Europe and the democratic system is decided in Ukraine
The Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelenski, has assured that “everyone in the world”, including those who do not openly support the country, “agree” that it is in Ukraine “where the fate of Europe is decided”, of global security and the democratic system.
“Within two months a world coalition against the war was formed. Sanctions have already been imposed on Russia, which has taken away its future. Ukraine receives aid from dozens of countries. This is support in the form of weapons, finances, necessary goods, direct political support,” the Ukrainian president stressed.
The US says Russia ‘fails’ in Ukraine
The Secretary of the United States, Antony Blinken, has affirmed that Russia “is failing” in the invasion of Ukraine. -Moscow-8966830
Presence of Russian missile carriers in the Black Sea
The war intensifies in the Black Sea. The Ukrainian Defense Ministry has warned of the presence of up to eight Russian Armed Forces missile cruisers in the Black Sea.
The war doesn’t stop
Two months have passed since the start of the war and Russia does not cease in its efforts to invade the country presided over by Zelensky. The president tries to negotiate with Putin, but the Kremlin, for the moment, refuses.