08:08 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Western nations are exploring ways to punish Russia over the Ukraine issue
As war erupts in Europe, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s order to send troops to separatist-controlled areas of Ukraine has shocked leaders around the world and seeks to respond more effectively. Germany took the first big step and began the process of discontinuing the certification process for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia. It was a lucrative deal for Moscow and the United States criticized Europe’s growing dependence on Russia’s energy supplies. Western nations say Putin’s actions in Ukraine have violated countless international agreements, and it’s time to move on, as diplomatic words have failed.
07:16 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Ukraine crisis: Johnson tells Russia to impose sanctions
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that his country would target Russia with the first bombing of sanctions. He warned that President Vladimir Putin was committed to waging a full-scale war against Ukraine. Johnson said sanctions would be imposed immediately for violating international law.
06:33 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Britain imposes sanctions on Russia
Britain has begun announcing tough sanctions on Russia. Under this, Britain first imposed sanctions on five Russian banks. In addition, restrictions have been announced for all three individuals with high net worth.
05:49 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Tensions between Russia and Ukraine should ease: Indian Foreign Secretary
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardan Shringla’s statement also referred to the Russia-Ukraine problem. “We were very clear at the UN Security Council this morning that tensions should be reduced. The world does not want another conflict. Diplomacy is the only way to find a mutually acceptable solution,” he said. ”
05:33 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Rising fuel concerns have raised concerns in Europe
Rising fuel prices and fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine have led European leaders to worry about energy security, especially as they have relied on Moscow for decades for natural gas. In 2015 there was talk of setting up an “energy union” to provide cross-border gas and electricity at affordable prices, but so far little progress has been made. Renewables such as solar and wind power are slowing down and running out of other fossil fuels, while Europe is dependent on Russia for its natural gas needs.
04:46 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Rajnath Singh said a solution could be found through US-Russia talks
Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has also reported on the crisis in Ukraine. India wants talks on Ukraine resolved through talks. US President says talks with Russian President.
04:22 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Union Minister Meenakshi Lekie’s statement also mentions the Russia – Ukraine dispute. He said there was no need to fear about Indians trapped in Ukraine. The Government of India has provided advice. Indian citizens contact our embassy.
04:02 PM, 22-Feb-2022
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has said he is considering severing ties with Russia. With this, he has appealed to all Western countries, including the United States, to ban the North Stream 2 pipeline that starts between Russia and Germany. Significantly, the Nortstream 2 pipeline is economically important to Russia. Find out what the North Stream 2 pipeline is and how sanctions will affect Russia …
Afternoon 03:04, 22-Feb-2022
Ukraine attacked: Britain
Following Putin’s announcement, UK Health Secretary Sajid Javed said the Russian military had invaded Ukraine. Britain is now preparing to impose a number of severe restrictions on him. Speaking to reporters, Javed may conclude that the invasion of Ukraine has begun.
02:08 pm, 22-Feb-2022
Europe is also preparing to impose sanctions
The EU is also preparing to impose sanctions following Russia’s recent action in Ukraine. EU Foreign Secretary Joseph Borel has said that the EU’s foreign minister is ready to impose sanctions on Russia over its recognition of the two cities and its deployment of troops into Ukrainian territories.
Afternoon 02:00, 22-Feb-2022
We need to maintain peace through dialogue: Rajnath Singh
The announcement was made by Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh amid ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The Defense Minister said that India was in favor of a solution and peace through negotiations. He said he was confident that a solution would be found after talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden. India supports the establishment of international peace.
Afternoon 01:44, 22-Feb-2022
India has asked students to leave Ukraine
The threat of Russian aggression in Ukraine is growing. Meanwhile, India has again appealed to students to leave Ukraine and return to India immediately. It has been said from India that Indian students should start back without waiting for the official announcement about online classes. Additional flights have also been launched from the Indian side to evacuate civilians.
Afternoon 01:02, 22-Feb-2022
Chhattisgarh government has released the helpline number
12:09 pm, 22-Feb-2022
Additional flights from Kiev to Delhi
In view of the high level of tension in Ukraine, India has decided to operate additional aircraft. According to the Indian Embassy in Ukraine, four flights from Kiev to Delhi will operate on February 25, February 27 and March 6, 2022.
10:23 AM, 22-Feb-2022
Tanks appeared in Britain’s Donetsk, calling for an emergency meeting
Tanks can be seen heading towards Donetsk following Russian President Putin’s order to send troops. According to media reports, the movement of tanks and soldiers was observed in Donetsk. At the same time, in addition to additional Western sanctions, arrangements are being made to deploy more weapons in Kiev. Meanwhile, Britain has called for an emergency COBRA meeting today.
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