President of the United States Joe Biden His Russian envoy, Vladimir Putin, slammed him, calling him a “butcher” and “unable to stay in power” after his invasion.Ukraine, A statement immediately downplayed by the White House. Joe Biden, who came to show his support for Poland, a country in the eastern part of the Atlantic Alliance and on the border with Ukraine, described Saturday’s war in the country as “a strategic defeat for Russia” and warned authorities in Moscow. No “too [penser] To advance one centimeter within NATO boundaries “.
- The talks will take place in Ankara from March 28 to 30
- Eight Russian tanks were destroyed in the Donetsk and Lukansk regions
- Russian strikes on Liv and Mykolive fuel depots
- More than 2,000 Mariupol residents were killed
- Kharkiv residents resigned
In the evening before his accusation against the Kremlin master, the US President handled it Vladimir Putin “Butcher” for crimes committed by the Russian military in Ukraine. The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov responded to the first attack by calling on Joe Biden to be “thoughtful” in his comments.
During a speech in front of a thousand people at the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the White House host directly challenged the “Russian people.”
New talks between Russia and Ukraine in Ankara
The Russian and Ukrainian delegations will meet in Turkey from Monday A new round of face-to-face talksDavid Arakamiya, one of the Ukrainian negotiators, made the announcement on Sunday.
“During today’s discussions via video conference, it was decided to hold the next face-to-face round match in Turkey from March 28 to 30,” he said on his Facebook page. Already on March 10 in Turkey, in Antalya, a face-to-face Russian-Ukrainian negotiating session was held between the foreign ministers, without leading to concrete progress.
Call to boycott Auchan supermarkets
The Ukrainian foreign minister called for a boycott of Auchan stores on Sunday, arguing that the French group should support the purchasing power of Russians in particular, following its announcement that it would continue its operations in Russia.
“Obviously job losses in Russia are higher than deaths in Ukraine,” Dmitro Kuleba wrote on Twitter. “If Achan ignores the 139 Ukrainian children killed this month during the Russian invasion, we will ignore Achan and all its products,” he said, calling for a “boycott” of the Auchan, Leroy-Merlin and Decathlon stores owned by the Mulleys family. Association.
In the military
On the military front, the last bulletin of its personnel released by the Ukrainian army on Sunday morning, in the Donbass, in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, “defeated seven enemy attacks” and destroyed eight Russian tanks. Russia, for its part, said on March 25 that caliber-type rockets had destroyed weapons and ammunition depots in the Cytomir area west of Q. According to the same source, a fuel depot near the port city of Mykolayiv (south) was attacked.
Russian attacks on Saturday afternoon in Lviv, a major city in western Ukraine, have not yet been spared fighting, with five people wounded in a strategic fuel depot and military base, local officials say.
More than 2,000 civilians were killed in Mariupol
More than 2,000 civilians were killed, according to the municipality, in a strategic port in the besieged city of Mariupol (south) on the Sea of Azov. According to President Gelensky, about 100,000 of its citizens are still trapped there.
British Conditions for Removal of Barriers
British Foreign Secretary Lis Truss said on Saturday that sanctions imposed on Russia after the occupation of Ukraine would be lifted if Moscow agreed to a full ceasefire and withdrew its troops.
The announcements echo US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen’s declaration that sanctions against Russia have not been “permanently designed” and will disappear if Moscow changes its approach.
Polish warplanes: According to kyiv, there is no US resistance
The United States has assured Kiev that it has “no objection” to the transfer of Polish warplanes to Ukraine, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister said in a written message to Ukraine on Saturday evening. AFP.
“The ball is now on the court in Poland,” Dimitri Coleba met with US President Joe Biden on Saturday during his two – day visit to Poland.
The IAEA is concerned about the maintenance of Chernobyl
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has reiterated its concerns over the capture of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant by the Russian military on February 24. The first day of the invasion of Ukraine.
The Russian military has also taken control of the town of Slavoty, where the Chernobyl plant’s staff now resides, and “almost a week without staff earnings”, the site quoted the newspaper as saying. IAEA Publication. The agency is concerned about the ability of employees who manage day-to-day operations at the radioactive waste site to return home to rest.
Achan stays in Russia
The CEO of Auchan Retail International, the Frenchman Yves Claude, on Sunday backed the maintenance of the group’s operations in Russia because, according to him, “the exit is imaginary from an economic point of view, but not from a human point of view.” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday questioned the Auchan group before the French parliament about its operations in Russia, where it employs 30,000 people and makes up 10% of its global sales.
“It’s easy to criticize us, but we are, we face, we act for the public good,” Yves Claude told the Associated Press.
“Alcohol enthusiast. Twitter ninja. Tv lover. Falls down a lot. Hipster-friendly coffee geek.”