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Everything you need to know about the Russia-Ukraine war, today March 23

The ukrainian war It has already accumulated 28 days of Russian invasion and, between bombings and humanitarian corridors, the two countries have not agreed to declare a ‘ceasefire’. But it was not for lack of trying. There have been small but significant steps, albeit without an agreement end the international conflict.

Likewise, the president of Ukraine, Volodímir Zelenski, has declared – for the first time – open to talk with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, on the crimean peninsula -Ukrainian territory that was annexed to Moscow in 2014- and the pro-Russian provinces of Donbas. This is a sensitive issue which has not been addressed by the tension and war that has been going on for eight years. They will try to “address everything that opposes and dislikes Russia,” Zelensky said.

Relationship between Mariupol and Hiroshima

The right-hand man of the mayor of Mariupol has claimed that the Ukrainian city it is already 90% in ruins. Likewise, he has reported that around a hundred Russian bombs fall a day and they are “annihilating them like in Hiroshima but little by little.”

In a online meeting with different local authorities in Ukraine and other European countries, all the representatives of the Ukrainian municipalities have insisted on asking their Western counterparts for the need to create a no fly zone to prevent Russian bombing and to develop a concrete plan to ensure Ukraine’s accession to the European Union (EU).

More sanctions

The government of United States has announced that this Thursday will make official a new battery of sanctions, in coordination with its allies, against Russia in response to the invasion of Ukraine. According to the National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, these measures will be announced in the framework of the visit of the president, Joe Biden, to Europe.

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To date, both the United States, the European Union and other countries such as the United Kingdom and Canada have applied sanctions against banking entities, oligarchs and politicians close to the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, as well as against the president himself.

nuclear disaster

Faced with the possibility of a nuclear attack, Russia has explained that it would only use its nuclear weapons if its existence is threatened, Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov told CNN International on Tuesday. “We have an internal security doctrine that is public, where you can read all the reasons for the use of nuclear weapons. For this to happen, you need a existential threat for our country,” he added.

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