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Ukraine War Russia: Mariupol On The Brink, Russia Ukraine Ready For Negotiations Negotiations: 10 Recent Developments

The Russian invasion so far has cost Ukraine $ 564.9 billion in terms of infrastructure damage

Kiev:
This week, Ukraine and Russia will hold their first face -to -face peace talks in more than two weeks. Ukraine insists that it will not make concessions on territorial integrity because the momentum of the battlefield has shifted in their favor.

Here are 10 recent developments on the Ukraine-Russia war

  1. With peace talks set to take place this week, Kyiv negotiators are studying Russia’s request for Ukraine’s neutrality, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

  2. Russia said previous rounds of negotiations had made little progress. “So far we have not been able to state any significant achievements or successes,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, praising the fact that the two sides are preparing for their first face-to-face talks in weeks.

  3. Russia is trying to split Ukraine in two to create Moscow -controlled territory after failing to take over the entire country, Ukraine’s military intelligence chief said.

  4. Nearly 160,000 people are stranded without electricity in Mariupol, the mayor said.

  5. Ukraine’s deputy prime minister said that the evacuation of civilians from the attacked city was being delayed due to reports of attacks by Russian troops.

  6. Since Russia began its offensive on February 24, 1,119 civilians have been killed in Ukraine.

  7. A new “significant” fire has occurred in an excluded zone around the dysfunctional Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which is occupied by the Russian military, Ukrainian authorities said.

  8. The Russian invasion so far has cost Ukraine $ 564.9 billion in terms of infrastructure damage, loss of economic growth and other factors, said Economy Minister Yulia Svyrydenko.

  9. Hollywood A-listers were silent for a while today at the Oscars gala to show support for the Ukrainian people in the face of Russian aggression.

  10. Russia’s leading independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta, whose editor -in -chief last year was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, said it was delaying publication until the end of Moscow’s military action in Ukraine.

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