Ukraine-Russia war, today’s news. Kyiv: Russian missiles destroyed in Crimea

Ukraine-Russia war, today’s news.  Kyiv: Russian missiles destroyed in Crimea

It does not seem that Xi’s visit to Moscow – which will continue today and tomorrow – will be a turning point for Ukraine. The United States remains suspicious of Xi Jinping’s role as “peacemaker”. If China calls for a cease-fire, then Kiev should reject it, because it “will endorse what the Russians were able to conquer,” this is Washington’s position. Meanwhile, tension is still in the air between Russia and the United States. Moscow announced that it had sent a Su-35 fighter-bomber to the Baltic Sea region after discovering two American B-52H strategic bombers capable of carrying nuclear bombs. While Kiev talks about the destruction of Russian missiles in Crimea. On the diplomatic front, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s trip to Kiev.

365 days since the start of the war in Ukraine

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Live news of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia

Ukraine and China: “Never supply arms to the warring parties”

China “is neither the originator of the crisis in Ukraine nor a party to it, nor has it supplied arms to either side of the conflict.” Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wang Wenbinin response to the criticism of the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken Regarding the diplomatic cover provided by Beijing to Moscow, he said, “The United States is not qualified to point fingers at China, let alone blame it.” Moreover, Wang added in the daily briefing, “They say they want to maintain peace, but people don’t see any effective steps,” while “what everyone sees is that the United States continues to supply weapons to the battlefield.”

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Of the Beijing 12 proposals for peace in Ukraine, Zelensky: “I’ll see something”

By our correspondent Gianluca Modulo

Xi invites Putin to visit China

According to Chinese state media, President Xi Jinping invited Russian leader Vladimir Putin In China for the Third Forum on the New Silk Road

The Kremlin: Putin and Xi will speak to the media, but without questions

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping They will speak to the media after their new talks this afternoon and after signing some agreements, but they won’t answer any questions. This was stated by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, citing Interfax.
After that, a state dinner is scheduled in honor of the Chinese president, followed late in the evening by some internal meetings of Putin himself with his aides.

China: “We maintain communication with all parties”

China claims that it maintains communication with all parties regarding the war in Ukraine. In response to a series of questions about the conflict, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin stressed that China “will continue to maintain an objective and fair stance and work with the international community to play a constructive role in the political settlement of the crisis.” Ukraine”.
The spokesman added that China has “always been clear” on the Ukraine issue and “maintains contacts with all parties.” Without directly referring to a possible conversation between the Chinese President, Xi Jinping, and the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr ZelenskyWhich will be the first since the beginning of the conflict.

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Xi: ‘Our partnership with Russia remains the priority’

Chinese President Xi Jinpingduring his meeting with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, stressing that the new Chinese Premier Li Qiang “will continue to give priority to the comprehensive strategic partnership between China and Russia.” This was reported by the Russian news agency RIA Novosti. “He will also give priority to establishing close working contacts” with the Russian prime minister, Xi said, calling for the continuation of the tradition of regular meetings between the two heads of government.


China: Russia is open to peace talks

Beijing’s contacts with Russia will help bring about peace. This is what he said in Beijing Wang WenbinSpokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry. “I studied Russia carefully China position paper On the political settlement of the Ukrainian issue, the spokesperson said, “President Putin said that Russia appreciates China’s consistent position of upholding fairness, objectivity and balance on major international issues.”


China: “Japanese Prime Minister in Kiev? Help calm, not inflamed”

China hopes that this trip Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida In Kiev is working to “calm the situation” and “not vice versa.” This was stated by Wang Wenbin, spokesman for Chinese foreign affairs, adding that the international community should “maintain the correct direction of seeking peace” and should “promote dialogues that create the necessary conditions for a political solution to the crisis in Ukraine.”


Moscow: Two American bombers intercepted over the Baltic Sea

Yesterday, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the interception of one of its Su-35 fighters over the Baltic Sea Two B-52H strategic bombers An American flight towards the Russian border: the plane returned after the bombers left. Interfax reports. The incident follows the downing of a US drone on March 14 over the Black Sea after it was intercepted by Russian fighter jets. Moscow said the Su-35 flight was in strict accordance with international rules on the use of airspace. He stressed that “violations” of the Russian state borders should not be allowed.

Xi Jinping: “China and Russia are strategic partners”

Chinese President Xi Jinping said on the second day of his visit to Moscow that “China and Russia are strategic partners and two major powers in the neighborhood.”

A motorcade of the Chinese delegation leaves the Soluxe Hotel in Moscow to take Xi Jinping to the second day of meetings in the Russian capital

The convoy of the Chinese delegation leaves the Soluxe Hotel in Moscow to take Xi Jinping to the second day of meetings in the Russian capital (ANSA)

Moscow wants to hold a meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation of Ukrainian children brought to Russia

Russia is planning an informal meeting to United Nations Security Council in early April about what he says is the “real situation” of Ukrainian children being brought to Russia. The Associated Press reported that. The story became the center of attention after an arrest warrant was issued by the International Criminal Court for the Russian president Russian President Vladimir Putin For war crimes related to the transportation of children. Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, told a news conference that Russia had planned to hold the Security Council meeting long before the ICC’s announcement on Friday. Russia will take over the rotating presidency of the Security Council in April. The ICC said it was seeking Putin’s arrest because “he is allegedly responsible for the war crime of illegal deportation (of children) and unlawful transfer (of children) from the occupied regions of Ukraine to the Russian Federation.”

Olaf Schultz: “The war will be long”

german chancellor, Olaf Scholz, He believes that the war in Ukraine can continue for a long time. He said this himself at an event organized by the Rheinische Post that took place in Dusseldorf on Monday evening. “We must be prepared to believe that it can continue for a long time. Even when the war is over, not everything will be normal right away. But we must also not stop working to ensure the end of the war,” Schultz said. By Rheinische Post itself. “We must realize that this terrible war of aggression and its aftermath will occupy us for a long time to come,” Schulz reiterated. For Shultz, the precondition for a just peace is for Russia to begin withdrawing its forces. The Chancellor emphasized, as Raines Post continues, the need to restore a functioning system of peace and security, stressing a central principle that “borders are not moved by force”.

Olaf Schulz

Olaf Scholz (handle)

Kiev does not claim to destroy missiles in the Crimea

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense reported the destruction of Russian guided cruise missiles of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Crimea but did not claim responsibility. If confirmed, the blast could mark a rare attack by Ukrainian forces in the heart of territory illegally annexed by Russia in 2014. A Russian military air base is located near Djankoy, and Ukrainian officials have long said it is Russia’s largest military base in Crimea. . .

Japanese Prime Minister Kishida’s trip to Kiev

prime minister of japan, Fumio Kishida, will visit Ukraine today. It is “rare” for Kyodo News in particular to assert that “a Japanese leader makes a trip of this importance, without warning, to a foreign country.” Japan’s public broadcaster NHK showed Kishida on a train from Poland to Kiev. The sudden trip of the Japanese president comes a few hours after his meeting with his Indian counterpart. Narendra Modi, in New Delhi. Kishida was the only G7 leader yet to visit Ukraine.


Russian attack in Sumy Oblast

The Russian army launched attacks on three centers in the Sumy region. This was reported by the regional administration. There is still no news about the victims.

Kiev: Russian missiles destroyed in Crimea

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense said, on Telegram, that an explosion occurred in a city Dzhankoyin North Crimea, to the destruction of Russian cruise missiles directed at the Russian Black Sea Fleet. By rail.” The missiles, which are designed to be launched from ships in Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, have an operational range of more than 2,500 km (1,550 miles) on land and about 375 km at sea.

Zelensky: “The EU’s ammunition plan gives us confidence”

“The EU plan to accelerate the supply of ammunition to Ukraine gives us confidence.” The President said this in his usual evening address Volodymyr Zelensky: “The resolution is worth two billion euros. It provides for the immediate delivery and production of ammunition. It is a strategic move. It gives us confidence in our unity, in the steadfastness of the advance towards victory. I am grateful to all of our partners in Europe. To all those who are truly committed to making Europe strong and free.”

Russian fighters intercept a B-52 in Kaliningrad

Tension is still high over the conflict areas. A B-52 flew over areas bordering Kaliningrad, as it had for days, but this time it was flanked by a Russian Sukhoi 35 fighter, in an identification maneuver. The bombers are already back in Morón, Spain, so there don’t appear to be any mishaps. But the episode highlights a particularly engaging moment.

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