“The world must oppose this vile and dangerous rhetoric and support our Ukrainian partners in the face of the Kremlin’s vicious attack.” It was written by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Twitter. Meanwhile, there was a new attack on the Azovstal plant in Mariupol, where a massive fire broke out. And the victims responded in Odessa: a church was also hit, and a 15-year-old boy was killed. Cluster bombs in Mykolaiv, as reported by the city’s military commander Dmitry Pletnchuk. According to Ukrainian media, Russian missiles also hit a bridge over the mouth of the Dniester River in the Odessa region. The United Nations estimated the number of civilian casualties at 3000, while there is talk in Europe of imposing an embargo on Russian oil. The first 100 civilians evacuated from the Mariupol steel plant arrived in the city of Zaporizhia. A new humanitarian corridor will open tomorrow morning to evacuate more people
Ukraine-Russia war, beyond life: what you need to know today
2.18 Zelensky: Lavrov? Russia without memory of Nazism
Russia has forgotten all the lessons of World War II. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said this in his latest video address, after statements by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that Adolf Hitler had “Jewish blood” and that “the most ardent anti-Semites are usually Jews.”
01.46 Ukraine: The first evacuees from Mariupol arrived in Zaporozhye
International media, citing the Ukrainian Military Police, reported that the first 100 civilians evacuated from the Mariupol steel plant arrived late yesterday evening in the city of Zaporizhia.
“These are mainly women, children and the elderly, who will now be able to obtain medical care, food, medicine and psychological help,” the statement explained.
01.20 Blinken: Lavrov’s speech is despicable and dangerous
“The world must oppose this vile and dangerous rhetoric and support our Ukrainian partners in the face of the Kremlin’s vicious attack.” It was written by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Twitter, repeating a tweet from Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid in which he denounced the anti-Semitic statements of Russian Sergei Lavrov.
00.50 Kyiv: Thanks to Germany for supporting the Russian oil embargo
“I spoke to my German counterpart Annalina Barbock and thanked her for her decision to support an oil embargo on Russia. Germany plays a crucial role in preparing for this step.” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote on Twitter.
00.36 Zelensky, we do not conduct military operations on Russian soil
He added that “military operations are currently taking place only within the borders of Ukraine and have not extended to Russia, and the Ukrainian army does not carry out military operations on Russian territory.” This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an interview with Al Arabiya.
00.03 Ukraine: a new humanitarian corridor from Mariupol in the morning
At 7 am locally, a new humanitarian corridor will open to evacuate civilians from Mariupol.
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00.02 Kyiv, Hungary informed before the invasion
Hungary had previously informed Russia of its readiness to invade Ukraine. This came in the newspaper “Kyiv Independent”, citing the head of the Security Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov. The Ukrainian newspaper reports that on February 1, Viktor Orban went to Moscow to visit Vladimir Putin.
00.01 Kyiv, a massive fire after the bombing of the new Azovstal
Russian forces carried out a new, intense bombardment of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, where the last defenders of the city were holed up, and the attack caused a massive fire. This was reported to the sources of Okranska Pravda from the Azov Regiment, whose men reportedly “continue to hold positions and respond to attacks.”
00.00 Zelensky: “Moscow is leaving Donbas and Crimea”
Ukraine is ready to accept the neutrality demanded by Moscow only if Russia leaves all occupied territories, including Crimea. This was stated by the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, in an interview with Al Arabiya. “The Russians insist on neutrality and the most important thing for us is the liberation of Donbass and all the temporarily occupied territories, as well as the occupied Crimea,” he said. Then the Ukrainian president emphasized that in order to accept the condition of neutrality required by Moscow, “security guarantees not to be subjected to similar attacks in the future, and other weapons in the event of a war like the current one.” Wanted.
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