Ukraine-Russia war: Today is the 12th day of the Russia-Ukraine war. The war between the two countries over the past eleven days has worried not only the citizens there but also the politicians of the world as a whole. Every day during the war, Russia attacks different cities in Ukraine with missiles and bombs. During this time many people lost their lives, while millions of people were forced to flee Ukraine.
Meanwhile, many countries angry with Russia are banning it. US Secretary of State Anthony Flinken has said that the United States and its allies are in talks to ban oil and natural gas imports from Russia. Asked about oil and gas imports, Blinken told CNN on Sunday that President Joe Biden had convened his National Security Council meeting a day earlier.
Biden and the West have not yet imposed sanctions on Russia’s energy sector, so it will not affect their economy. “We are talking to our European allies and allies about the possibility of imposing sanctions on oil imports from Russia, while ensuring that there is an adequate supply of oil to markets around the world,” Blingen said.
On the other hand, India is making every effort to expel its citizens from Ukraine. The Indian embassy in Ukraine has tweeted that a team of Indian diplomats has been deployed in Poltava to take Indian students stranded to Sumi to the western border via Poltava. Confirmation time and date will be released shortly. Students are advised to be prepared to leave at short notice, the embassy said.
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