Russia’s Progress Posts in Ukraine; The US has warned China to support Moscow: 10 developments

Russia has been accused of violating Ukraine’s civilian infrastructure.

New Delhi:
Three weeks after the devastating invasion of Ukraine, Russian troops have halted their advance into Ukrainian cities amid heavy losses, but no Russian President Vladimir Putin is “ready to stop.”

  1. Despite Western backlash from the battlefield and punitive sanctions, Putin has shown little sign of giving up. His government is counting on China to help Russia with its economic downturn, Reuters reported.

  2. The U.S., which announced $ 800 million in military aid to Kyiv this week, warned that Beijing was “considering directly assisting Russia with military equipment for use in Ukraine.”

  3. Although the United States says it wants to avoid a direct confrontation with Russia, China’s military aid to Moscow would put Washington and Beijing, the world’s two largest powers, on a par with the largest attack on a European state since World War II.

  4. China has refused to condemn or denounce Russia’s actions in Ukraine. He says he recognizes Ukraine’s sovereignty, but has legitimate security concerns that Russia should address.

  5. A school and cultural center in the town of Merefa were the latest in a hard-fought count of attacks on civilian targets in Ukraine. New attacks on civilians allege that Russia is committing war crimes in Ukraine.

  6. Russia’s invasion has stalled on all fronts largely in recent days, amid heavy losses, according to British military intelligence and the Ukrainian armed forces.

  7. U.S. diplomat Antony Blinken said on Thursday he had not seen Russian leader Vladimir Putin “ready to stop.” “Deliberately targeting civilians is a war crime. After all the destruction in recent weeks, it’s hard for me to conclude that the Russians are doing otherwise,” he said. responsible. ‘

  8. In a high-profile speech to Western parliamentarians, Zelensky told the German parliament that Moscow was building a new Cold War wall across Europe, “between freedom and slavery.”

  9. The United Nations says it has so far registered 2,032 civilian deaths in Ukraine – 780 dead and 1,252 injured. About 3.2 million civilians, mostly women and children, have now fled to neighboring countries, the United Nations said.

  10. The OECD believes the war could cut more than 1 percentage point of global growth this year. Some creditors have received payment of Russian bond bonds maturing this week, market sources said, adding that Russia has avoided defaulting on its debt for the time being.


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