An overview of the most important events in the past 24 hours since the war in Ukraine.


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Overview of the events in the Russo-Ukrainian war in the past 24 hours


Overview of the events in the Russo-Ukrainian war in the past 24 hours

  • The UN General Assembly has adopted a resolution expressing its deepest regret over Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and urging Russia to immediately stop threatening and using force against Ukraine and to withdraw all its military forces from the internationally recognized territory immediately, completely and unconditionally. of Ukraine. The adopted resolution reaffirms Ukraine’s commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders.
  • The European Union is ready to provide financial support to Ukrainian refugees and host countries said Home Affairs Commissioner Ilva Johansson during a visit to the Medica border crossing in Poland.


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  • The Russian Foreign Ministry today assessed that Germany’s decision to freeze the certification of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is unacceptable and that it will cause irreparable damage to their bilateral relations.
  • Ukrainian authorities today called on the concerned mothers of Russian soldiers trapped on the battlefield to come and take their sons. “A decision has been made to hand over the captured Russian soldiers to their mothers if they come to take them to Ukraine, to Kyiv,” the defense ministry said in a statement.


Overview of the events in the Russo-Ukrainian war in the past 24 hours


  • Emmanuel Macron will address the nation tonight at 8 pm with a speech dedicated to the war in Ukraine, MIA reports.
  • The European Union has established a humanitarian corridor for refugees from Ukraine. Nearly half a million refugees have arrived on Polish territory from Ukraine since the Russian invasion began last week, Polish officials said today.
  • The Russian invasion killed more than 2,000 Ukrainian civilians and destroyed hundreds of buildings, including transport facilities, hospitals, kindergartens and homes, the Ukrainian Emergency Management Agency said today.
  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson today called Russian President Vladimir Putin a war criminal and called on the UN to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine. His comments in Parliament provoked applause from the present Ambassador of Ukraine.
  • The low-cost European airline Wizz Air has announced that it will provide 100,000 free seats on its planes to transport Ukrainian refugees.
  • The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says 227 civilians have been killed and 525 injured in Ukraine.


Overview of the events in the Russo-Ukrainian war in the past 24 hours


  • A huge explosion erupted in Kyiv last night, shortly after warning sirens sounded in the Ukrainian capital. Preliminary reports indicate that the target of the attack was the central train station in Kyiv.


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