Russo Ukrainian war latest Updates
Russo Ukrainian war latest updates:
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenksy has recently made back-to-back tweets regarding the war situation in Ukraine.
The president announced that Ukraine has severed all the diplomatic relations with Russia. Another of his tweet read “For all those who have not yet lost their conscience in Russia, it is time to go out and protest against the war with Ukraine”.
The president also declared that the government is ready to lend weapons to anybody who is willing to defend Ukraine. These recent tweets of President Zelensky are a clear indication that Ukraine is not going to surrender and it is going to be a do-or-die situation for the country. President Zelenksy in one of his tweets also indicated that Russia is planning to declare a full-fledged major war in Europe anytime soon. On the other hand, Putin has advised the service members of Ukraine to just “Lay down their arms and go home”.
With the ongoing Russian invasions in Ukraine, at least 8 people have been killed and 9 are wounded so far. Russia is invading all the Ukrainian military airbases and air defense systems. Belarus, an ally to Russia has also sent tanks in the Russo-Ukrainian war to help Russia.
EU and Biden’s Front on Russo-Ukrainian war:
European Union’s High Representative chief Mr. Joseph Borrell told the press that “These are among the darkest hours for Europe since the end of World War II,”. Borrell also gave assurance of “urgent assistance to Ukraine and supporting evacuation efforts”.
President Biden released the statement over the war crisis condemning Russia’s move. He said that the war will lead to disastrous consequences and heavy loss of life and suffering. As a response to such an act, President Biden said that the United States and its allies will respond in a united and decisive way. He also asserted that the world will forever hold Russia accountable for this war.
Meanwhile, the Indian Embassy in Kyiv from its official Twitter handle tweeted a message for all the Indians to maintain calm and remain at safe places. The embassy has said that for any emergency situation people can contact on emergency lines or via social media.