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Ukrainian President Zhelensky flees Ukraine – Russian media report 1.2 million Ukrainian civilians flee country amid war

Russia-Ukraine crisis Recent News: Today is the ninth day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. Hundreds of soldiers have been killed on both sides so far. The Russian military has been bombing several cities in Ukraine.

Russia Ukraine Crisis Live: Russian media report that Ukrainian President Zhelensky has left the country. Zhelensky is said to have gone to Poland. India has demanded a ceasefire to expel students stranded in Ukraine. At the same time, the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has displaced 12 million Ukrainians.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday urged Russia’s neighbors not to escalate tensions over the Ukraine crisis. At the same time, India has abstained from voting on the establishment of an independent International Commission of Inquiry into the Russian attack on the UNSRC.

The Russian military continues to bomb Ukraine. Many cities in Ukraine have been destroyed by bombings. Reports from Ukraine indicate that Ukraine sank its own ship in fear of Russia. The ship was stationed in the port for repairs and was ordered to sink for fear of being captured by Russian soldiers.

The Times reports that there have been at least three attempts to assassinate Ukrainian President Zhelensky. However, all three attempts failed. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court took note of a report filed by the federal government on Friday that 17,000 Indians affected by the war in Ukraine have so far been rescued. Chief Justice NV Raman, Justice A. S. Bopanna and Judge Hima Goli, Attorney General K.S. Off. Venugopal’s personal efforts to evict Fatima Ahana and several medical students living in Bangalore (they were stranded near the Romanian border after the start of the Russian military operation on February 24).

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The Venugopal bench said that 17,000 Indians stranded in war-torn Ukraine have so far been deported. According to the bench, “We appreciate the steps taken by the Central Government. We have not said anything now, but we are concerned. ” The central government is carrying out the ‘Ganga’ operation.

On the other hand, there have been four series of bombings in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, while Russian attacks have taken place in several cities in the past few hours. Russia has also reportedly seized a television tower in Gerson. Meanwhile, the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia has also been seized. Here Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a review meeting on the Ukraine crisis.

We tell you that today is the ninth day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. From the current position of Russian President Putin and the military there, it is clear that he is clear about his intentions. Russia’s target is its nuclear plant and Chernihiv (after Kiev and Kharkiv). Meanwhile, an Indian student was shot dead in troubled Ukraine. This information was given by VK Singh.

On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to sit down for talks. It also called on Western nations to provide stronger military assistance to Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression. Teasingly, Zhelensky said, “Sit down and talk to me, not 30 meters away. I do not cut. Why are you afraid?”

Zelensky told a news conference on Thursday that the prospect of another round of talks between Russia and Ukraine was not promising. However, he emphasized the need for dialogue, saying “no word is more important than a bullet.”

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He also said that the world is lax in supporting Ukraine. He called on Western leaders to impose a “no-fly zone” on Ukraine to stop Russian warplanes. The US and NATO allies have rejected the move because it would bring the Russian and Western armies face to face.

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The UN refugee agency says one million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian offensive amid the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Never before in this century has there been such a rapid migration. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), immigrants make up more than two percent of Ukraine’s population. According to the World Bank, the population of Ukraine at the end of 2020 was 40 million.

The company estimates that 4 million people could eventually migrate from Ukraine, and that number may be higher than expected. UNHCR spokesman Jong-a-Kedini-Williams wrote in an email, “Our figures show that we have surpassed one million at midnight in Central Europe,” according to national officials. UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grande tweeted, “We saw 1 million people fleeing Ukraine to neighboring countries in 7 days.”