Ukraine War Russia: Russia Demands “Success” Phase 1 In Ukraine, Kyiv Under Curfew: 10 Points

Ukrainian War: The situation in Mariupol remains critical, with street fighting taking place in the middle

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged negotiations when Russia signaled that it was reducing its military operations and shifting its focus to territory claimed by Russian -backed separatists in the east.

Here are the 10 latest developments of the Russian invasion of Ukraine:

  1. In a potentially significant shift, the Russian military said the first phase of its military campaign in Ukraine has ended and the military will now focus on the complete “liberation” of the eastern Donbas region.

  2. The Russian army has taken control of the town of Slavutych, the residence of workers at the dysfunctional Chernobyl nuclear plant, said Kyiv regional governor Oleksandr Pavlyuk.

  3. A new curfew will be imposed in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv from Saturday evening to Monday morning, Mayor Vitali Klitschko announced. “The military order has decided to strengthen the curfew. It will start from 8:00 pm Saturday and last until 7:00 am on Monday,” he told the Telegram.

  4. The situation in the besieged city of Mariupol remains critical, with street fighting taking place in the middle, the city’s mayor said.

  5. The mayor of Mariupol said he had spoken with the French ambassador to Ukraine about options to evacuate civilians after French President Emmanuel Macron said he would propose to Russia plans to help people go.

  6. 136 children have been killed in Ukraine since Russia launched a military offensive 31 days ago, Ukraine’s chief prosecutor said.

  7. US President Joe Biden will give a speech later today in Warsaw, where he is expected to call for a “free world” to oppose Russia’s aggression on Ukraine.

  8. Biden on Saturday will also meet two Ukrainian ministers in Poland, the first face -to -face meeting between the U.S. president and top Kyiv officials since the Russian invasion began.

  9. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on energy -producing countries to increase production so that Russia could not use its oil and gas wealth to “blackmail” other countries.

  10. Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said that agreement had been reached on the establishment of 10 humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians from frontline hotspots in Ukrainian cities and towns.


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