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Russia -Ukraine Crisis: The War In Ukraine: 10 Recent Developments


Russia accuses Poland of initiating a “dangerous escalation” in tensions between Moscow and the West.

Kiev, Ukraine:
U.S. President Joe Biden will visit a city in Poland near the border with Ukraine, the White House said, as he seeks to show Western determination against Russian aggression.

Here are the top 10 developments on this big story:

  1. US President Joe Biden said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had failed to divide the West with his war on Ukraine. “NATO has never, never been more united than it is today. Putin is increasingly opposed to what he wants as a result of going to Ukraine,” he said after the NATO summit in Brussels.

  2. Alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said NATO was stepping up chemical and nuclear defenses for its forces in eastern Europe in the face of fears of Russia’s war on Ukraine.

  3. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged NATO members to provide Kyiv with offensive weapons, including tanks and fighter jets, a month after the Russian invasion.

  4. Joe Biden will visit a city in Poland near the border with Ukraine on Friday, the White House said, as he seeks to show Western determination against Russian aggression.

  5. The Group of Seven most industrialized countries said it would do everything to hold Putin and his supporters personally responsible for the Ukrainian aggression.

  6. Volodymyr Zelensky said there was a “real” threat that Moscow would use chemical weapons in Ukraine, accusing Russia of having used phosphorus bombs against civilians in the country.

  7. The G7 and the European Union pledged to block transactions involving Russia’s central bank’s gold reserves to block any bid by Moscow to circumvent Western sanctions.

  8. The UN General Assembly demanded an “immediate” end to the Russian war in Ukraine, in a non -binding resolution. In a vote at UN headquarters in New York, 140 countries voted in favor, 38 abstained and five voted against the move.

  9. Russia has accused NATO member Poland, which is a neighbor of Ukraine, of initiating a “dangerous escalation” in tensions between Moscow and the West after Warsaw expelled 45 Russian diplomats for allegedly spying.

  10. The International Atomic Energy Agency expressed “concern” after Ukraine warned of a bombing by Russia against the city where staff working at the Chernobyl nuclear site live.

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