At least 70 Ukrainian soldiers were killed after Russian forces struck a military base in Okhtyrka, a city between Kharkiv and KyivThis Tuesday (1/3).
According to the Associated Press, Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Dmytro Zevitsky has reportedly posted photos of a destroyed four-storey building and rescue workers searching through the wreckage.
The Russian invasion entered on the fifth day
Monday (28/2), the fifth day of the confrontation, was marked by reactions to the conflict. The battle reached the summit of the United Nations and the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Belarus has come into the focus of the international community. The country was going to launch attacks on Ukraine and cede borders to Russian invasion. The result: it ended with economic sanctions.
Russia and Ukraine He met in Belarus in an attempt to negotiate a ceasefire. you did not. This Tuesday (1/3), there will be a new meeting.
Despite the attack, the Belarusian government says there will be no military action during the meeting.
Economic sanctions are starting to have an effect and worry the Russians. On Monday morning, Putin met with key leaders of his government to search for solutions to the onslaught of Western countries. Hours later, the country’s government announced that Russian citizens would be prohibited from sending money abroad.
The Russian Central Bank raised the interest rate from 9.5% to 20%. The measure is aimed at curbing and avoiding the expected increase in inflation Further devaluation of its currency, the rubleThat fell by 40%. In the face of the turmoil, the Moscow Stock Exchange did not open on Monday and is not expected to open on Tuesday (1/3).
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