The war between Russia and Ukraine continues for the 43rd day. No country is ready to bow down. Russia wreaked havoc in Mariupol, Ukraine. So after Russia, now there is evidence of the brutality of the Ukrainian army. Ukrainian troops tried to avenge the Bucha massacre. A video has surfaced of a captured Russian soldier in a village in West Kyiv. The New York Times has confirmed this video. In the video, Ukrainian soldiers fired indiscriminately at a Russian soldier, killing him. Meanwhile, Russian missiles have wreaked havoc in Ukraine.
Russia’s defense ministry says its missiles have destroyed four fuel storage facilities in four Ukrainian cities: Mykoliv, Rakhinev, Zaporizhzhya and Chuhuyev. Russia has wreaked havoc in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol. Mariupol’s mayor said 5,000 people had died in the city so far. Which has 210 children. Authorities in Ukraine have begun collecting bodies in cities around the capital, Kyiv. So the United States and the West have proceeded to impose new sanctions on the Kremlin. Meanwhile, Ukraine has repeatedly demanded weapons. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba on Tuesday called on NATO member states to provide Ukraine with all the weapons it needs to fight Russia. “My agenda is very simple,” Koleba told reporters at NATO headquarters in Brussels. There are only three things in this. Weapons, weapons and weapons.
The influx of Ukrainian refugees from Mexico to the United States
Thousands of Ukrainian refugees are now fleeing the United States because of the war in Russia. These refugees are using the route to Mexico to go to America. Volunteers at the US-based Slavic Church daily bring thousands of Ukrainian refugees to the Mexican border city of Tijuana, where they are dropped off in hotels, churches and shelters, and then enter the US on humanitarian grounds over two to four days. In less than two weeks, volunteers have collaborated with US and Mexican officials to form a network that has been successful in providing food, security, transportation and shelter to refugees.
If Russia participates in G20 meeting, we will boycott it: America
In an effort to further isolate Russia, the United States on Wednesday demanded that Russia be expelled from the G20, one of the world’s top 20 economies. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the United States would boycott the upcoming G20 summit in Indonesia if Russian officials participated. The US decision comes after Russian forces killed innocent civilians in Ukraine’s Bucha city.
Ukrainian soldiers trained in US drones: Pentagon
The Pentagon says the United States is training Ukrainian soldiers to operate Switchblade drones supplied by the United States to Ukraine for combat. John Kirby, a spokesman for the US Department of Defense, said that a small number of Ukrainians were already in the United States before Russia’s war. Kirby said the United States has provided Ukraine with 100 such drones, similar to remotely controlled flying bombs.
Sanctions on Russian banks affect civilians equally: Russia
Russia’s banks and financial institutions, including the United States, have been hit hard by sanctions over the Ukraine war. Russia today condemned the United States on that issue. Russia’s state-run news agency Tass said the US sanctions against Russia’s two biggest banks were a direct attack on the Russian public and its citizens. The Tass agency quoted Anatoly Antonov, the ambassador of Russia to the United States.