Russia-Ukraine War Live Update: Russia launches rocket attack on Kiev, kills 13 soldiers for refusing to surrender
Russia-Ukraine War Live Updates: Russian President Vladimir Putin formally declared war on Ukraine on Thursday, after which the Russian army called on Ukraine (Russia declares war on Ukraine). After this, Ukraine has also declared war against Russia and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed the order to deploy the army across the country. Along with this, Ukrainian President Zelensky has also targeted America and NATO countries and said that we were left alone in the fight with Russia.
- 25 February 2022
- 13 soldiers killed for refusing to surrender
The soldiers on the Russian warship killed 13 Ukrainian soldiers for refusing to surrender. A video has surfaced, in which it is being said from the Russian warship that ‘I suggest you lay down your weapons and surrender, otherwise you will be attacked. After this it is said from the Ukrainian Post that Russian warships go to hell. After this all the 13 soldiers on the island are killed.
- ‘Russia attacked Kiev with rockets’
Ukraine claims that Russia has attacked Kiev with rockets. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, while giving information about the attack, said that stop Putin and isolate Russia. Get Russia out of all places. Let us tell you that Russia is constantly moving near the capital of Ukraine, Kiev. Metro stations in Kiev are acting as bomb shelters for the people. A large number of people have taken shelter at almost every station in Kiev since the Russian attack.
- Australian PM Morrison’s target on China
Australia has imposed more sanctions on Russia amid the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Australian PM Scott Morrison announced new sanctions on Russia and also targeted China. He said that China is easing trade sanctions on Russia.
- Ukraine entered into a one-on-one war with Russia
Ukraine has now entered a one-on-one war with Russia. Fierce war continues between the armies of the two countries near Odesa and the Black Sea. At the same time, the army is deployed to save the capital Kiev.
- Ukraine claims – more than 800 Russian soldiers killed
The war between Russian and Ukrainian forces continues in the south-west of the Black Sea. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military has claimed that they have killed more than 800 Russian soldiers. Apart from this, 7 Russian aircraft and 6 helicopters have also been destroyed.
- 57 killed, 169 injured in Russian attack: Health Minister
Ukraine’s Health Minister Viktor Lyshko said 57 Ukrainian civilians were killed and 169 others were injured in the Russian attack. Lyshko also said that Ukrainian authorities are remodeling the country’s health facilities to make room for people in need of medical assistance amid developments in hostilities.
- US expels Russia’s number two diplomat
The United States has expelled Russia’s second-ranked diplomat from Washington in response to the expulsion of America’s second-ranked diplomat from Moscow earlier this month. A senior of the US State Department gave this information. The expulsion has nothing to do with the Russia-Ukraine crisis and is part of a long-running dispute between the US and Russia over embassy personnel. However, this step has been taken at a time when tensions have increased between the two countries regarding Ukraine.
- Indian External Affairs Minister talks to his counterparts from Romania, Hungary and Slovakia
India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday night spoke to his counterparts in Romania, Hungary and Slovakia regarding the evacuation of Indians trapped in Ukraine. After Ukraine closed its airspace following a Russian military offensive, India is focusing on evacuating around 16,000 Indians from Ukraine through the land borders of Romania, Hungary, the Slovak Republic and Poland.
- Ukrainian President seeks help from cyber hackers
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has sought help from his country’s cyber hackers. Volodymyr Zelensky has said that all hackers in his country should help in conducting spy cyber missions against Russian soldiers. Earlier on Thursday, the President of Ukraine appealed to the common people to take up arms and join the war.
- Putin’s fight not confined to Ukraine: Biden
US President Joe Biden has cast doubt on the intentions of Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said that Putin’s fight is not limited to Ukraine, he wants to make Russia the old Soviet Union.
- Putin is aggressor, he chose war in Ukraine: Biden
US President Joe Biden has accused his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin of being an “aggressor”, saying the Russian president chose war against Ukraine. Joe Biden announces new economic sanctions against Russia and says Putin is an aggressor. Putin chose war. He announced tough economic sanctions against Russia, but flatly refused to send American forces to Ukraine to wage war against Russian forces. He said that the world is united against Russia. Biden said that if Russia attacks America, America is ready to respond. He also announced the sending of more forces to assist NATO forces.
- Ukraine’s President attacks on US and NATO countries
After Russia’s attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has attacked America and NATO countries and said that we were left alone in the fight with Russia. Accusing NATO countries, he said that the leaders of these countries did not include Ukraine in NATO out of fear. They will be afraid, but we will not be afraid. Volodymyr Zelensky said, ‘I asked 27 European leaders whether Ukraine should be in NATO. They are all scared, but we are not afraid. We are not afraid to talk to Russia. We are not afraid to talk about security guarantee for our state. We are not afraid to talk about neutral situation.
- There was an outcry across Ukraine
When Russia attacked Ukraine on Thursday morning, there was smoke and there was an outcry in the whole country. People started fleeing from Ukraine, due to which there was a huge traffic jam. Attacks The kind of pictures that started coming from Ukraine in no time, a big reason for this is the huge difference in the power of Russia and Ukraine. Security experts believe that Ukraine does not stand anywhere in front of Russia in terms of military power.
- Ukraine was shaken by the blasts
In the midst of prolonged tension, Russia started the war by attacking Ukraine. According to Indian time, as soon as Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war at 8.30 am, Ukraine was shaken by the blasts just five minutes after that. It was told that Russia carried out air strikes on Ukraine from three sides and targeted 12 places.