Russia says it will significantly reduce military action in the direction of Kyiv and Chernihiv. Round 4 negotiations in Istanbul.Ukraine wants unconditional security – Romanian Journal
On the 34th day of the war, the Ukrainian army’s resistance continued despite the continued bombing of Russia, including the fuel depot. In a fourth round of negotiations in Istanbul on Tuesday, Ukraine called for unconditional security, a ceasefire, effective decisions on the humanitarian corridor, and compliance with international law of war by all parties.
Meanwhile, Deputy Minister of Defense Alexander Fomin has announced a “dramatic reduction in military action” in the Kyiv and Chernihiv zones, as announced by TASS and the BBC. He argued that the decision was made to “enhance mutual trust for future negotiations and to agree and sign a peace agreement with Ukraine.”
Russia’s State Minister of Defense has said that Moscow will “fundamentally reduce military activity in the direction of Kyiv and Chernihiv” in order to “enhance mutual confidence in future negotiations to agree and sign a peace agreement with Ukraine.” “It was decided. pic.twitter.com/2qDYOzAzDp
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Also on Tuesday, Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said he was able to focus on his main goal of liberation and appeared on television for the first time in more than two weeks. Donbas, the main goal of the first stage of the war has been achieved and the Russian army has “significantly reduced” the combat power of the Ukrainian army.
However, on the 34th day of the war, Russian troops continued to pose a serious threat to Kyiv. Intelligence was reported on Tuesday, according to Reuters, given its artillery capabilities and the fact that Ukrainian troops were able to find and fight attacks in the northwestern part of the city, British troops.
Russia’s attack on Ukraine seems to have recently focused on fuel depots near Kyiv. At least 10 such facilities were bombed. Latest – Rivne fuel depot announced by the local governor. And Russian troops are talking about two other bombed warehouses in the Zhytomyr region. Moscow’s troops have been blocked in some parts of Ukraine and have not made great strides, US defense officials reportedly said by CNN. He claims that the Russians have launched more than 1,300 missiles since the beginning of the war.
Russian troops launched a rocket into the city of Kharkov in the Kharkov region on Monday, destroying several homes, Ukrainian officials reportedly said by the BBC. The Kharkiv Provincial Prosecutor’s Office said in a telegram message that the attack injured seven people. Authorities have regained the human body from the rubble.
At the same time, a Russian rocket attacked a local government building in the port city of Nikolaev in southern Ukraine on Tuesday, trapping 11 people under rubble, Governor Kim said. As a result of the incident, at least 7 people were killed and 20 were injured.
The city of Irpin has been retaken by Ukrainian troops, but the port of Mariupol is imminently surrendered to Russians, according to a British expert at the Royal United Services Institute quoted by the BBC.
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Meanwhile, a Russian military promotional video posted on Telegram claims that Melitopol’s is no longer part of Ukraine.
According to Nefta, Ukrainian troops have repelled seven Russian attacks in the last 24 hours in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Ukrainian soldiers destroyed 12 tanks, 10 infantry fighting vehicles, and 3 other Russian army vehicles. At the same time, Russian military officers were killed.
Meanwhile, Ukraine is expected to open three humanitarian corridors on Tuesday, the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine said, according to Reuters. Citizenship evacuation was suspended on Monday due to safety risks.
According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 10 million people have fled Ukraine due to the war in Russia. People who remain in difficult situations. In Kharkov, the BBC reports that thousands of people spent last month in subway shelters.
At the same time, 144 children have been killed and more than 220 have been injured in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Public Prosecutor’s Office said, saying that the number is likely to be much higher as there are no deaths in Mariupol yet. Added. It was confirmed. Prosecutors said the bombing also affected 773 schools, 75 of which were completely destroyed.
In addition, British Foreign Minister Liz Truss has accused Vladimir Putin’s army of abducting Ukrainian politicians, activists and journalists because Russia has failed to meet its military goals.
Truss has accused the “evil tactics” revealed by the Ukrainian human rights group ZMINA. The organization claims to have identified dozens of people abducted and thousands deported to Russia.
Vladimir Putin has appealed to “desperate measures” as British military analysts believe that Russia’s aggression suffers from lack of momentum, inadequate logistics and low morale. Say there is. “Putin continues to use hatred tactics against people. The Ukrainian government, including the abduction of innocent civilians.”
Wagner Group brings over 1,000 mercenaries
According to the London Ministry of Defense, the Wagner paramilitary has deployed troops in eastern Ukraine. In total, the organization will bring in more than 1,000 mercenaries, including members of the leadership hierarchy. According to the British Ministry of Defense, massive losses and blockades of the fronts have forced Russia to move, perhaps from Syria and Africa, to take Wagner mercenaries to Ukraine.
Cyber attacks on Ukrtelecom
Ukrtelecom, one of Ukraine’s largest telecommunications service providers, was reportedly targeted by a powerful cyberattack on Monday, Kyiv officials said by CNN. Cyber attacks have been “neutralized” and the company is working to bring the business back to normal parameters. According to the company, the current priority is to ensure that the services of the Ukrainian army are functioning. Ukraine’s special communications and information protection services blame Russia for cyber attacks.
Negotiations, 4th round
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky urged the Allies to tighten sanctions on Russia, while Russia said it was working on a series of measures to restrict “unfriendly” citizens from entering Turkey. The fourth round of negotiations between Russia and Ukraine began today in Istanbul, the turkey.
Negotiations lasted four hours, with occasional breaks.
Ukraine called for unconditional security, a ceasefire, effective decisions on the humanitarian corridor, and compliance with international law of war by all parties, said Mihairo Podriak, an adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky, who attended the meeting. I wrote it on Twitter.
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Early in the morning, a Ukrainian delegation arrived at the Dolmabahce Palace, where the talks are taking place. According to Nefta, Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich was also seen as a mediator on the spot.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also participated in the negotiations.
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Prior to the round’s talks, US officials said Putin didn’t seem ready to compromise. The situation in Ukraine’s neutral and eastern conflict areas may be at the negotiating table, but Kyiv excludes ceded territory or sovereignty. As the Ukrainian Foreign Minister said earlier, Ukraine’s most ambitious goal in negotiations in Turkey is a ceasefire agreement.
“”The minimum plan is to get humanitarian issues in the first place, and the biggest plan is to get a ceasefire and a lasting agreement on it. The President of Ukraine has given clear instructions to our delegation: we do not negotiate people, land or sovereignty. These are not the subject of negotiations.Here, our position is reinforced concrete, supported by international law and the Ukrainian army, international sanctions applied to Russia, and the weapons given to us to stop the invaders.“Ukraine FM Dmytro Kuleba said.
In his turn, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky sought new sanctions against Russia in talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and German Prime Minister Olav Schortz. He also spoke with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi, and Azerbaijan’s President Iram. Aliev.
Zelensky said people should not die for a particular state to find the courage to send weapons to Kyiv. “Fear always makes you an accomplice“He told the Guardian.
“If someone is afraid of Russia … it blames them for the catastrophe caused by the Russian army in our city.” He added. “”Are you waiting for chemical weapons? Do we alive have to wait? Isn’t everything the Russian army does, and everything it has already done, worthy of an oil embargo? “
Russia uses nuclear weapons to attack NATO countries
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reportedly used nuclear weapons only when Russia threatened them, not as a result of the war in Ukraine, CNN said. “”Of course, the outcome of the operation is not a reason to use nuclear weapons.Pescov said.
“”We can use nuclear weapons to eliminate the threat to our existence only if there is a threat to our nation’s existence, and we clearly state that we will actually use it. there is.” He said.
Meanwhile, the four, who are aware of the bilateral talks over the ceasefire, told the Financial Times that Russia would be happy to accept Ukraine’s accession to the EU if it abandoned NATO and maintained a military nonalignment.
At the same time, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday that Russia’s plans did not include a blow or aggression on NATO members.
“We don’t want to think about it.” He said in an interview with PBS after being asked if such a situation could occur.Peskoff said: “If this is not done under mutually beneficial conditions”,in short, “It doesn’t force us to do this.”..
A spokesman for President Vladimir Putin also said Russia was concerned about NATO troops on the border and accused the North Atlantic Alliance of ignoring Moscow’s “many warnings.”
In another memo, on Tuesday the Russian Foreign Ministry called on ambassadors of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia to announce the expulsion of some of the country’s diplomats, according to TASS and RIA news agencies.
The decision was made after Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania had expelled 10 Russian diplomats in a coordinated move earlier this month, officials said. On March 18, Lithuania expelled four diplomats, and Latvia and Estonia each expelled three.
At the same time, the Netherlands announced today that it has expelled 17 Russian intelligence agencies certified as diplomats, based on information from their own security services.
Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra said the government was ready for retaliation from Moscow.
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