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On the sixth day, the Russian invasion Ukraine Russian troops besieged it KievThe Kharkiv And Like Mariupol It seems that they were able to control Herzonis.

Anton Herastchenko, adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, said that at least 10 people were killed and 35 wounded when rockets were fired at Russian forces in Kharkov.

Independence Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second city, has been hit by a Russian missile attack

“This is the price of freedom,” says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelenskyhttps://t.co/TJ4670eS5C pic.twitter.com/zLfats66fd

– BBC News (World) (BCBBCWorld) March 1, 2022

The war will be on overnight as videos on social media show a series of bombings in Kharkov.

# Ukrainian Media report that a tank school caught fire # Kharkiv pic.twitter.com/W1t89rIRik

– Nexta (nexta_tv) March 1, 2022


Earlier, the Ukrainian Interior Ministry said that the broadcast of the channels was blocked because Russian forces had earlier bombed a television tower in Kiev. The tower is located in the valley of Bobby Who, where the Nazis massacred more than 30,000 Jews in two days in 1941, and is now an important monument.

Diplomatic relations with EU and USA Zelenski

Ukraine is fighting for its independence, the country’s president Volodymyr Zelensky stressed, speaking at the extraordinary plenary session of the European Parliament in Brussels.

“No one will bend us. We are tough, we are Ukrainians,” he said. “We are fighting for our rights, for our freedom, for our survival now.”

Mr Zelensky noted: “We are fighting to be equal members of Europe. We have proven our strength. Prove that you are with us, that you will not leave us, that you are truly European.”

The MEPs praised both the Ukrainian president and the country’s representatives in parliament, and Volodymyr Zelensky, the translator who translated into English, was clearly responsible.

The President of Ukraine also had a telephone conversation with Joe Biden. During the conversation, the two mainly discussed Western sanctions against Russia and the United States and other countries’ security assistance to Ukraine, the Ukrainian president added. According to a White House official, the telephone conversation between the two leaders lasted about 30 minutes.

I spoke with President Zhelensky to discuss his continued support, including defense and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, which is defending itself against the Russian occupation. We will hold Russia accountable, and our sanctions are already having a devastating impact. pic.twitter.com/9X9x07QbD0

– President Biden (OPOTUS) March 1, 2022

New restrictions on banks and officials

At the same time, new sanctions are being imposed on Western nations. According to Bloomberg, the European Union has approved the exclusion of seven Russian banks, including VTB, from the SWIFT interim banking system. Britain, for its part, announced tonight that it would impose sanctions on four Belarusian individuals and organizations for their role in facilitating the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Two security forces and four security officials have been banned, including Belarus’s chief of staff and first deputy defense minister, Lt. Gen. Viktor Kulevik.

Refugee play

The European Union (EU) is preparing for more “millions” of refugees from Ukraine, and more than 400,000 have already entered the camps following the Russian invasion, the EU interior commissioner said on Tuesday. When Ilva Johansson visited Slovakia.

He said he hoped the European Council would implement a temporary security order to protect those forced to leave their country on Thursday, and that they were considering creating more people to help the EU country on the border with Ukraine.


The second phase of the talk show is airing

In this context, the second round of talks between Russia and Ukraine is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, March 2, Reuters reported today, citing the Russian news agency TASS, but not confirmed by the Ukrainian side. No conclusive results were found in the initial talks held yesterday, Monday.

Ibrahim Kalin, a spokesman for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said the Ukrainian and Russian delegations were unlikely to meet and that Moscow’s demands for an end to the invasion were “untrue.”

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