War in Ukraine: Putin orders ceasefire on January 6 and 7

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the ceasefire on the occasion of Orthodox Christmas.


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LRussian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday ordered his forces to enforce a January 6-7 ceasefire in Ukraine during Orthodox Christmas.


“Considering the request of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill, I instruct the Russian Defense Minister to introduce a ceasefire regime in all communications between the parties in Ukraine from 12:00 noon on January 6 to midnight on January 7 of this year,” Putin said in a Kremlin statement.

The Russian president called on Ukrainian forces to honor the fighting, allowing the Orthodox majority in Ukraine, like Russia, to “attend services on Christmas Eve and Nativity Day.” Christ. “.





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The ceasefire, which has been in place since the start of the Russian offensive in Ukraine in February, comes after a request by Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church, a close supporter of Vladimir Putin. Patriarch Kirill’s call was rejected by Ukrainian presidential adviser Myklo Podoliak, who lashed out on Twitter on Thursday, saying Mr.

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