Russia and Ukraine have kept a weak diplomatic route open to resolving the conflict through a new round of talks, but Moscow’s military has intensified bombings of Kyiv and other cities in the country. On the other hand, Ukraine claims that it has killed 13 thousand 500 soldiers of Russia.
According to a tweet by the Ukrainian government, their army destroyed 81 Russian aircraft, 95 helicopters, 404 tanks, 9 UAVs, 1279 military vehicles, 1500 artillery, 64 MLRS, 640 general vehicles, 3 ships, 36 anti-aircraft warfare systems.
— ANI (@ANI) March 15, 2022
Keep in mind that the war in Russia-Ukraine has reached a dangerous stage. Zelensky’s army and people are not giving up. Russia is not ready to back down, but there is also opposition to Putin. People are so angry that during a news program on Russia’s state television channel on Monday evening, a woman broke into the studio holding a poster protesting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
On the other hand, China said on Tuesday that its stand on the Ukraine conflict is fair. It accused the US of repeatedly propagating that China had responded positively to Russian requests for military supplies. However, China has also denied criticizing Russia’s attack on Ukraine. On the other hand, the leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia are going to visit Kyiv on Tuesday as part of an EU campaign to show support for Ukraine.
More than 30 lakh people left the country
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) says more than 3 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion last month. It has also been indicated that citizens of about one lakh 57 thousand other countries are also involved in this. UN officials have called it the biggest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.
The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has reported that more than 1.8 million refugees were in Poland. UNHCR spokesman Matthew Saltmarsh said about three million refugees had fled to Western Europe. He said that most of those who have left the country are women and children.