UKRAINE UPDATES: Civilians unable to evacuate; UN calls for safe passages; new ceasefire proposed; Moscow threatens to chop off natural fuel to Europe

Here’s the newest from Ukraine, because the Russian invasion enters its thirteenth day…

• Russian shelling continues to stop the evacuation of civilians from besieged cities including Kyiv, Mariupol, Volnovakha, Sumy and Kharkiv. Fears are mounting for civilians trapped in Ukrainian cities as the Russian onslaught continues.
• Meanwhile, the UN humanitarian chief, Martin Griffiths, has referred to as on Russia and Ukraine to make sure safe passages for civilians fleeing battle zones.
• Ukraine rejected a Russian proposal to allow civilians to escape through humanitarian corridors, after it came to mild that many of the routes would solely result in Russia or its ally Belarus.
• Notably, a Russian strike hit a civilian evacuation level outside Kyiv, reportedly killing eight individuals, including two kids, as they tried to flee their houses.
ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ has proposed a new ceasefire beginning 10 a.m. Moscow time Tuesday in 5 Ukrainian cities. Ukraine has yet to formally agree to the proposal, which might presumably allow civilians to flee via humanitarian corridors. It’s not but known the place the routes would result in and if civilians might escape to different Ukrainian cities or neighboring European nations.
• A third round of peace talks between Russia and Ukraine on Monday has ended yet again without a ceasefire and little settlement on phrases of peace. A Ukraine official talked of minor progress toward civilian evacuation through secure corridors.
• Moscow demanded that Ukraine change its constitution to ensure it won’t be a part of the EU and Nato, in order to name off the invasion.
• An estimated 230 Western companies have joined a rising company boycott of Russia. Global franchises Coca-Cola and McDonald’s are being pressured to affix the boycott as well.
• Russian deputy PM warns Moscow may reduce off natural fuel provides to Europe, in retaliation towards European sanctions. Meanwhile, the US and its European allies are considering a ban on importing Russian oil.
• However, there are disagreements in regards to the extent of such a ban, as many European nations are extra reliant on Russian oil than the US, which produces a lot of its own oil, whereas also importing from other international locations.
• A Ukraine lawyer on the International Court of Justice says Russia “is resorting to techniques reminiscent of medieval siege warfare.”

• At least 1.5 million refugees have fled Ukraine since the beginning of Russia’s invasion, in accordance with UN estimates, with greater than a million feeling north to Poland..

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