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Mariupol of Ukraine trembled on the 28th day of the war, 2 lakh civilians trapped between bombings

The Ukraine-Russia war is almost a month away. During this, Russia has destroyed every major city of Ukraine. Thousands of people have died in these attacks. While more than lakhs of people are migrating. According to the United Nations, 3.4 million people have fled Ukraine from Ukraine since the start of the war and are taking refuge in neighboring countries as refugees. Most of the people who migrated are old people, women and children. These people have taken refuge in neighboring countries of Ukraine to save their lives. Most of the people have taken refuge in Poland and Romania.

Meanwhile, Russia on Tuesday detonated two powerful bombs in the city of Mariupol. Due to which this city was badly shaken. Ukrainian authorities are trying to save civilians amidst the continuous attack. Human Rights Watch said more than 200,000 people were trapped in the strategic city, citing data provided by a local official.

Let’s know the big information related to the war

  • Russia has failed to capture Ukraine even after 28 days of continuous attacks. The war is going to be about a month, till now no result of the war has come out. The Russian army is definitely seen in a strong position in the war, Ukraine is still facing Russia with full force, while in Mariupol also Russia is getting a befitting reply from the Ukrainian army. Ukrainian forces launched tank attacks on Russian positions in the heart of the city in Mariupol. A few hours before this attack by the Ukrainian army, the Russian army destroyed the Ukrainian army bases located in Mariupol.
  • Ukraine is alleging that Russia is using phosphorus bombs during this war. Ukraine’s human rights body has also claimed the use of phosphorus bombs by Russia. Phosphorus is a type of colorless chemical. It burns rapidly when exposed to oxygen. White Phosphorus is a wax-like soft fibrous substance. It has a garlic-like smell. It gradually turns yellow when left in the light. Phosphorus is also used for explosives and smoke cover during war. Yellow phosphorus is very toxic and its smoke is also very deadly.
  • The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said in a tweet that so far 15,300 Russian soldiers have been killed in the war. The Foreign Ministry claimed, “A total of 99 aircraft, 123 helicopters, 509 tanks, 24 UAVs, 15 special equipment, 1000 vehicles, 45 anti-aircraft warfare systems, 1556 different armored vehicles have been destroyed by Russian forces.” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs regularly tweets about the damage caused by Ukrainian forces to Russia in the war, although there is no official way to confirm this data and the data of the damage on the Ukrainian side is also unclear.
  • Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told CNN in an interview on Tuesday that Russia’s security policy dictates that the country will only use nuclear weapons if its existence is threatened. The remarks come nearly four weeks after Russia sent its troops to Ukraine at a time when Western countries are raising concerns that Russia could turn the conflict into a nuclear war. Peskov said this in an interview when asked whether he believed President Vladimir Putin would not use nuclear weapons.
  • Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said that Kyiv’s agreement in peace talks with Russia would be put up for a nationwide referendum in Ukraine. This information was given by the government’s news agency Ucrinform. “I’ve explained to all the negotiating groups, when you talk about all these changes, and they may be historic, we have nowhere to go,” Zelensky said in an interview with Ukraine’s public broadcaster Saspilane. Will hold a referendum.”

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