According to the governor, Chernikov was attacked “overnight” by bombings
The city of Cherniguiv in northern Ukraine has been hit by shelling “overnight,” the governor of the region announced Wednesday, despite Moscow announcing the previous day that it would reduce its military operations in the region.
“Chernivtsi was bombed by artillery and planes overnight,” Governor Vyacheslav Tsavas announced in a telegram, saying civilian infrastructure had been destroyed and the city was still without water or electricity.
Mariupol City Hall condemns the forced eviction of a maternity hospital to Russia
Mayor Mariupol on Wednesday condemned the forced evacuation of a maternity hospital in the besieged city of southeastern Ukraine to Russia, where another maternity hospital was bombed by the Russians on March 9.
“More than 70 people, women and paramedics were forcibly taken away by residents of Maternity Ward No. 2 in the Left Bank District,” the Townhall Telegram reported.
In all, more than 20,000 Mariupol residents were deported to Russia “against their will,” and the municipality confiscated their documents and sent them back to “distant Russian cities,” the municipality said.
Although this information could not be verified from an independent source, Mariupol has been under siege since the end of February with false communications.
According to Igor Chowka, Ukraine is “not worried” about the explosion in Belgorod, Russia.
During the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, an explosion occurred at an ammunition depot in the Russian city of Belgorod, very close to the Ukrainian border. An explosion was immediately released by the Russian company Dass, which was later denied by the governor of the region, who assured that there was no projectile or damage.
On BFMTV, Igor Zhovka, special adviser and deputy chairman of the Cabinet of the President of Ukraine, assured that this was not a Ukrainian strike. According to the Russian press release cited by the Special Adviser, this will be a fire.
The Russian presenter has called for the appointment of Donald Trump to replace Joe Biden
Russian state television presenter calls for regime change in US
Risk of arresting Americans in Russia, Washington warns
U.S. citizens in Russia are at risk of being arrested by authorities, the State Department warned on Tuesday, renewing its call not to leave the country or leave immediately.
The State Department has warned of Washington’s stance on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, including “arrests” and the possibility of “persecution of American citizens” by Russian security forces.
According to Zhelensky, the lifting of sanctions against Russia “can only be imagined once the war is over.”
The lifting of Western sanctions against Russia “will be considered only after the end of the war,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky said on Tuesday, just hours after a new session of Russian-Ukrainian talks in Turkey.
“Negotiations (between Kiev and Moscow) should not be expected to lead to the lifting of sanctions against the Russian Federation. This issue can only be considered after the end of the war, and we have recovered ours,” Volodymyr Zhelensky promised in a video. Published in the Telegram.
At the UN, Russia has been accused of causing a “global food crisis.”
UN Prior to the Security Council meeting on Tuesday, Russia was accused of provoking a “global food crisis” or “Europe’s basket of wheat” by launching a war against Ukraine that threatened “famine”.
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