The Russo-Ukrainian War: What We Know on Day 41 of the Russian Invasion | Ukraine

  • US President Joe Biden has called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “war criminal” and said he would Call to prosecute war crimes Global outcry over allegations of killing of civilians by Russian soldiers in Bucha, Ukraine Keep going up. “We have to gather information. We have to keep providing Ukraine with the weapons it needs to keep fighting, and we have to get all the details.” [to] You have a war crimes trial. This guy is brutal and what’s happening in Bucha is outrageous,” he said on Monday.

  • European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the EU is ready to send investigation teams to Ukraine To document alleged Russian war crimes and crimes against humanity. She said I spoke to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky About the “horrific murders” revealed over the weekend.

  • Zelensky visited Bucha, about 45 kilometers northwest of Kyiv, in body armor and surrounded by military personnel on Monday. He spoke of death and devastation in the recently liberated towns of Stoyanka, Erben and Bucha. “Cities were simply destroyed,” he said, adding that authorities had launched an investigation into possible war crimes. Zelensky said there is suggestive information More than 300 people were killed and tortured in Bucha lonliness.

  • The Ukrainian president addressed Western leaders, criticizing what he described as delaying actions against them Russia. “Have hundreds of our people had to die in agony for some European leaders to finally understand that the Russian state deserves the most intense pressure?” Asked. Referring to the military assistance, he said, “If we really got what we needed…we could have saved thousands of people.”

    See also  Vice President Xi Jinping calls on Asia to manage its security 'jointly'
  • Zelensky He will address the UN Security Council on TuesdayAfter he said it was in Kyiv’s interest to open an open investigation into the killing of civilians in Ukraine.

  • Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said the evidence of the killing of civilians in Bucha was just the “tip of the iceberg”. Speaking at a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, RIt is “The horrors of Bucha, Mariupol and other places” They are calling for “serious sanctions from the Group of Seven and the European Union.”

  • The bodies of five civilians, including the mayor, were found with their hands tied in the village of Mutyzin, 45 km west of Kyiv.Ukrainian authorities said. Police said the city’s mayor, Olga Sukhenko, and her husband and son, were kidnapped by Russian forces on March 24. “They tortured and killed the whole family of the village chief,” said Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Ministry.

  • The Ukrainian Prosecutor General, Irina Venediktova, said that the town of Borodinka would be most affected by the Russian invasion of the Kyiv region. Speaking on national television, Venediktova said the number of casualties in Borodinka, about 23 km west of Bucha, It will be higher than anywhere else But he gave no other details.

  • Zelensky said the country is preparing On the “more brutal activity” of Russian forces in eastern and southern Ukraine. “We know what they will do in the Donbass,” he said. Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Oleksandr Motozyanek said Russia attacks cities Rubizhne and Popasna In the eastern Luhansk region, while preparing for an attack on the city of Severodonetsk and work to capture Mariupol.

    See also  The war between Russia and Ukraine rages as Navalny's killing sparks global outrage
  • US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan appeared to endorse the allegations, saying: “Russia is repositioning its forces to focus its offensive operations in eastern and parts of southern Ukraine.This new phase of the Russian invasion “can be measured in months or more”.

  • The Red Cross said a team sent to help evacuate civilians from Mariupol is being held by police in territories controlled by Russia. The team was suspended on Monday while it was conducting a humanitarian effort to help lead a safe passage for civilians and was “detained in the town of mangoshInternational Committee of the Red Cross spokeswoman Caitlin Kelly told AFP, 20 km west of Mariupol.

  • Russia has supported the new self-proclaimed mayor of Mariupol, who is cooperating with Russian forcesReuters reported.

  • Washington is working on more economic sanctions against Russia It will be announced this week, Sullivan said, adding that “options that relate” to the country’s lucrative energy industry are on the table.

  • British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said she would work with allies to ban Russian ships from western portscracking down on Russian banks, and agreeing on a “clear timetable for eliminating our imports of Russian oil, gas and coal.”

  • The United States will request the removal of Russia from the United Nations Human Rights Council. US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield, during a visit to Romania, called on the international body to suspend its membership Russia.

  • Ukraine’s president’s chief of staff, Andrei Yermak, said a “very big historical mistake” was made when “certain allied countries and specific leaders started a game with Russia” 14 years ago. At the NATO summit in Bucharest, according to comments Published on the website of the Presidential Office of Ukraine.

    See also  Germany will borrow $200 billion to reduce energy bills for consumers
  • Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *