ukraine-warOngoing war between Russia and Ukraine ( russia ukraine war ) has entered its 44th day. Instead of improving, the situation is getting worse. Meanwhile, Russia has said that it will support Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky ready to negotiate with. On the other hand, the United States has imposed sanctions on Maria Putina and Katarina Tikhonova, both daughters of President Vladimir Putin, to increase pressure on Russia. At the same time, Zelensky made new allegations against Russia, saying that Russia has killed thousands of people in the city of Mariupol. At least 30 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in a rocket attack on a railway station in Ukraine. Get big updates on this issue here.

  1. For the first time since the start of the war, the United States admitted on Thursday that it was providing intelligence related to Russian troops to Ukraine. US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Washington was providing Ukrainian officials with intelligence about Russian troops in the Donbass region.
  2. Ukraine’s President Vladimir Zelensky has said the situation in Borodyanka is worse than in Bucharest. Dead bodies of people have been found lying on the road here. In a late night address to the nation, Zelensky said debris removal work had begun in Borodyanka, where the situation was worse.
  3. The European Union has announced an additional ₹ 543 million in aid to Ukraine. European Commission President Charles Michel made the announcement on Thursday. Since this aid, the total military aid provided by the EU to Ukraine has reached 1.5 billion euros.
  4. Russian troops have retreated from the northern Ukrainian city, but before that they have also worked to destroy the city. Roads, buildings, vehicles, almost everything has been damaged. Due to which the city is in ruins. People don’t even have things to eat.
  5. The UN humanitarian chief said talks between Russia and Ukraine are continuing. But he is not optimistic about a ceasefire in Ukraine. Martin Griffiths made the remarks after a meeting with PM Denis Schmidt and other top officials in the capital Kyiv. Earlier last week, he held talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and other officials in Moscow.
  6. NATO member states have agreed to provide more weapons to Ukraine. NATO as an organization has refused to provide military or weapons support to Ukraine. But its member states have provided Kyiv with everything from anti-tank weapons to anti-aircraft weapons. Foreign ministers of NATO member states also met in Brussels.
  7. Russia continues to fire at buildings on the streets of Ukraine. The buildings are visible without walls and roofs. More than 4 million people have fled the war in Ukraine. While millions have been displaced. These people are taking refuge in other countries of Europe.
  8. The World Health Organization has strongly condemned Russia’s attack on medical facilities in Ukraine. The organization found that more than 100 medical centers had been damaged since the start of the war. WHO chief Tedros Adhanam Ghebreyesus said there had been 103 attacks on hospitals and other medical facilities. At least 73 people have been killed and 51 have been injured.
  9. The US Congress has approved a bill to suspend trade ties with Russia and impose sanctions on oil imports. The House of Representatives voted on the issue before the House of Representatives took action. The Senate passed the two bills with a margin of 100 to zero. He will now be sent to President Joe Biden to draft legislation.
  10. The Biden administration will provide Ukraine with 12,000 anti-armor systems, hundreds of suicide drones and 14,000 anti-aircraft systems to counter Russia. Earlier an amount of 100 crores was given. At the same time, 30 crore additional assistance was approved last week.