October 2, 2022

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Ukraine-Russia war eruptions heard in Kiev Learn about the 10 great things of the recent war

Tensions between Russia and Ukraine do not appear to be easing.

New Delhi:
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has praised Russia for changing its position on the talks. Earlier Russia issued only final warnings, but now its position seems to have changed. Russian forces are moving near the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, and targeting residential areas. Ukraine says Russia has also targeted a mosque in the city of Mariupol, where 80 civilians were staying. The United States is now trying to increase the scope of sanctions against Russia so that, anyway, the impact of the deteriorating economy in Russia will be greater and its approach will soften. Here are ten recent facts about the Russo-Ukraine war.

Important information about the case:

  • The bomber struck shortly after noon in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev. Russia’s military says a car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Baghdad.

  • The Russian rocket attack also destroyed an air base in Vasilkiv, near the Ukrainian capital Kow. An arms store was also targeted in the rocket attack. This information was given by the Mayor of the city Natalia Balachinovich. Russian attacks are expected to intensify in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, Kharkiv and the Donbass region. This information was provided by Olesky Erostovich, Chief Adviser to the President of Ukraine.

  • The Ukrainian parliament said on Twitter: “A group of 10 prisoners was abducted by Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov. Late on Friday, President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed the abduction.

  • Three missiles fell on residential buildings in the city of Dinibro. The attack also destroyed a shoe factory, killing one of the guards. Dinipro is considered the safest so far, with the city rarely being targeted after the February 24 Russian attack. When the city of Kharkiv is under heavy bombardment.

  • US President Joe Biden has announced the withdrawal of MFN status granted to Russia. In addition, the import of seafood (seafood), liquor and diamonds from Russia was banned. US government decides to revoke Russia, EU and MFN status G-7 Team Taken in conjunction with. The revocation of highly preferred country status would allow the United States and its allies to impose higher tariffs on goods imported from Russia. With this new decision, the United States and its allies want to severely affect Russia’s economy.

  • Russia, which has invaded Ukraine, is receiving bad news economically. Now Germany’s Deutsche Bank has closed its operations in Russia as well. Germany’s largest bank said on Friday that it was pursuing other international companies to close its operations in Russia in protest of Moscow’s occupation of Ukraine. Already, more than 300 well-known companies from around the world have completed their work in Russia.

  • Ukrainian President Zhelensky praised Poland’s support for the Russian invasion. In a message to Polish President Andrzej Duda and the Polish people, Ukrainian President Zhelensky said, “If you have someone who hurts you, it is very important to have someone to shoulder with you.”

  • The UK government has announced sanctions against 386 members of the Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament. All these members of the Duma played a key role in Russia’s recognition of the Ukrainian provinces of Luhansk and Donetsk as independent republics. Announcing the restrictions, Britain’s Foreign Office, the Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), said under it, Russian lawmakers would be barred from entering the UK, using their assets and doing business in Britain.

  • US President Joe Biden said on Friday that Russia would pay a heavy price for its use of chemical weapons. He said the United States would not fight Russia in Ukraine because the direct confrontation between NATO and Moscow would lead to the start of World War III. “We will continue to stand with our allies in Europe and send the right message,” Biden told reporters at the White House. We will defend every inch of NATO territory with the full authority of the United States and assist NATO.

  • The European Union (EU)’s foreign policy chief has called for a halt to ongoing talks with world powers over Iran’s nuclear deal. Foreign policy chief Joseph Borel blamed the delay on “external factors.” Iran signed an agreement in 2015 between the United States and other world powers, under which it limited its nuclear program.

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