Ukraine – Russia, today’s news of the war. Kyiv: “After capturing Makarev, the Russians have supplies for only 3 days”

Ukraine – Russia, today’s news of the war.  Kyiv: “After capturing Makarev, the Russians have supplies for only 3 days”

It was another night of agony Mariupol: “Turns to ashes, But the city will survive,” says President Zelensky. While Kyiv accuses the Russians of opening fire on a children’s hospital in Severodonetsk (“Patients and staff were immediately evacuated”). Ukraine demands the liberation of Makarev, 60 kilometers west of Kyiv. He claims that the Russians have supplies For just three days, relations between Washington and Moscow are on the verge of collapse, and for Biden, Putin is considering the use of chemical weapons. Meanwhile it is Yellow on the news of nearly 10,000 Russian soldiers Who would have died since the invasion began: Komsomolskaya Pravda, the Russian newspaper that published the data, deleted it shortly thereafter, denouncing the hacker attack. In Italy you are waiting for Zelensky’s speech this morning at 11 o’clock regarding Montecitorio.

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07:02 Zelensky returns to propose a meeting with Putin

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky returned to suggesting a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin “in any way,” saying he was ready to discuss the status of the Russian-speaking republics of Ukraine and Crimea, and stressed that “without this meeting it is impossible to understand what” that (the Russians) are ready to do. To stop the war.” In statements to Ukrainian regional radio, Zelensky said that “without negotiations we will not stop the war,” but added that his country “cannot accept any ultimatum from Russia.” He explained that it was necessary “security guarantees” and a cessation of hostilities, and “once the removal of That hurdle, let’s talk.”

06:40 Kyiv: Moscow has only 3 days in stock

The Kyiv army, in its latest operational report published this morning, stated that “according to available information, the Russian occupation forces operating in Ukraine have stocks of ammunition and food for a period of no more than three days.”

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06:20 Anti-aircraft warnings across the country

Alerts for air strikes are sounding in almost all regions of Ukraine, according to reports from The Kyiv Independent. Sirens were activated in Sumy, Mykolaiv, Ternopil, Poltava, Kirovohrad, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhya, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia, Chernivtsi, Dnipropetrovsk, Rivne, Volhynia, Cherkasy, Khmelnitsky and Odessa. Curfew in Kyiv continues until tomorrow.

05:28 Moscow: 20 tons of aid to Melitopol

The Russian Defense Ministry said that the Russian army provided 20 tons of humanitarian aid to the city of Melitopol. According to the ministry, the delivered consignment included basic items: baby food, cereals, meat, canned fish and vegetables.

Kyiv 04:50: “Ukrainian forces liberate Makarev”

According to the military command of the Ukrainian forces – quoting the Kyiv Independent newspaper – Kiev forces liberated the city of Makarev, which is located 60 kilometers west of the capital. Russian forces will be pushed back and the Ukrainian flag will now be raised again in the city.

04:00 Tokyo protests Moscow’s suspension of peace negotiations

“Moscow’s decision to suspend negotiations on the peace treaty between Japan and Russia due to the sanctions imposed by Tokyo over the invasion of Ukraine is unacceptable,” he added. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said this during a hearing in Parliament, repeating an official protest from the Tokyo government. The dispute concerns four small islands in Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost prefecture, and dates back to the end of World War II. For this reason, the two neighboring countries have never formally signed a peace treaty. These areas now host Russian military air and naval bases, despite protests in Tokyo.

03:20 Official civilian death toll

The civilian death toll in Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion has risen to at least 925, according to data with the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. Unfortunately, these are only officially verified deaths.

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02:20 Biden: “Moscow is preparing a hacking attack against us”

Biden raises the alarm about a possible cyber attack on the United States. The US President said the risk of a hacker attack from Russia is “increasing” but that the United States will use “every means” to prevent it. The White House chief also asked US companies, during a panel discussion with top executives, to “accelerate their efforts to close their digital doors.” “You have the power – he added – the ability and the responsibility to enhance cybersecurity and resist the country’s key services and you have the technologies that Americans can rely on. We need everyone to do their part.”

01:55 Zelensky: “We will talk at the G7, NATO and EU summits”

The Ukrainian president is preparing for the crucial day of diplomacy, on Thursday. “I spoke to Prime Minister Rutte of the Netherlands and President of France, Emmanuel Macron,” said Volodymyr Zelensky. “We are coordinating our positions on the eve of important summits in Europe. The meetings of the Group of Seven and the leaders of NATO and the European Union will take place on March 24. Our position will certainly be felt. It will be heard, believe me, firmly. “

01:30 Biden: “Putin with his back to the wall assessing the use of chemical weapons”

Russian claims that Kyiv has Biological and chemical weapons They are “wrong” and are a “clear indication” that Vladimir Putin is “considering using both” in the war in Ukraine. This was confirmed by US President Joe Biden. Biden stressed that Putin “is cornered and is now talking about his new pseudo-science operations.”

01:00 Gb: Indecisive hypersonic missiles

“It is unlikely to be published Kinzal hypersonic missiles materially affect the outcome of the Russian campaign in Ukraine”, according to RAF Deputy Marshall Mick Smith, British Military Defense Attache. Smith then argues that “it is very likely that Russian statements of use of Kinzhal experimental designed to reduce the lack of progress in the Moscow ground campaign.

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00:16 Biden confirms the use of Russian hypersonic missiles

US President Joe Biden has confirmed that Russia has also used hypersonic missiles in the bombing of Ukraine. “Using the same warheads used in other missiles, it doesn’t make much difference, except that it’s almost impossible to intercept,” Biden told CNN.

00:04 All Ukrainian technicians managed to leave Chernobyl

All technicians at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, who were stuck at the plant and had to continue working uninterrupted since the arrival of Russian troops on February 24, were given permission to leave the plant. The International Atomic Energy Agency (Aiea) stated this in a statement, saying that it was informed by the Kyiv authorities. Half of the technicians were able to leave yesterday and the other half today, except for 13 of them who did not want to leave. Those who left the factory were replaced by Ukrainian colleagues and Ukrainian guards remained on duty at the factory.

00:00 Children’s Hospital bombed

“The Russian invaders opened fire on a children’s hospital in Severodonetsk: patients and staff were immediately evacuated.” This was announced by the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

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