Joe Biden discusses new sanctions against Russia and promises NATO’s “response” when using chemical weapons

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Fierce diplomacy in Brussels

In the second month of Russia’s invasion, three summits will be held in Brussels on Thursday, NATO, G7 and the European Union.Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky requested NATO countries to provide on Thursday “Unlimited military aid” In his country so that Kiu can confront the Russian troops he is currently facing “In an unequal situation”.. “Ukraine needs unlimited military aid to save people and our city, just as Russia uses all its weapons against us without restrictions.”Zelensky said in a video message published on his Telegram account that he drew the attention of the head of state and the government of the Atlantic Alliance.

NATO strengthens its defenses on its eastern side

Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, “Big mistake” He is invading Ukraine “Underestimation” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday that he resisted before the alliance’s extraordinary summit was held. NATO said it would deploy four new battlegroups in Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Slovakia to strengthen its defenses against Russia in the east.

Deadly bombardment near Luhansk

A Russian strike in the town of Rubizhne near Luhansk in eastern Ukraine killed at least four people, including two children, and injured six, the regional governor said Thursday.The balance sheet is “Prove to be much better”, He said he accused the Russians of using the phosphorus bomb. Other officials in the region have recently accused Russians of using such bombs, but the blame cannot be immediately confirmed.

Kieu says it destroyed a Russian ship

The Ukrainian Navy said Thursday that it had destroyed a Russian military transport plane moored at the port of Berdyans’k, a town near Mariupol in the Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčAzov. The information could not be verified immediately and Russian troops rarely provided information about the loss. The port of Berdyans’k is located 80 km west of the strategic Mariupol shipping. Mariupol is a city that has been besieged by Russians since the end of February and has been relentlessly bombarded.

Kherson Theater director released

We talked about his kidnapping at this live, but the director of the Kherson Theater, Oleksandr Kniga, was released and learned. worldI got in touch with him on Thursday. He was kidnapped the day before in this Ukrainian city occupied by Russians. Abductions are on the rise and demonstrations against the occupation are held daily. Kniga’s release was confirmed by one of his colleagues, actor Oleksandr Moudry. Kniga has been tested and is fine.

London imposes new sanctions

The British government announced a series of new sanctions on Thursday for 59 Russians and 6 Belarusians with personalities and businesses. Companies such as Russian diamond giant Arrosa and Wagner of the civilian military services group, or Herman Gref, the founder of Oleg Tinkov, the influential boss of Sberbank, Russia’s first bank, Became the mistress of Foreign Minister Sergei Labrov. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also called for Russia to stop using its large gold reserves.

4.3 million refugee children

UNICEF said Thursday that more than half of Ukrainian children had to leave home to escape the anxieties and fights caused by the Russian troops that invaded on February 24. “The one-month war in Ukraine has displaced 4.3 million children, more than half of Ukraine’s estimated child population of 7.5 million.”Explained the details of the United Nations Children’s Fund in a press release.

Moscow Stock Exchange reopened

The stock market was partially reopened on the Moscow Stock Exchange on Thursday after a month of hiatus. This is a highly controlled resumption after the West imposes unprecedented sanctions on Russia’s intervention in Ukraine. Only about 30 shares were available during this partial acquisition. “We are witnessing a masquerade ball. The opening of the Potemkin market.”Dalipsin, Deputy Adviser to the White House’s National Security, who responded in a press release.