War in Ukraine: Zhelensky faces parliament, humanitarian corridor and exit from Chernobyl, March 31

Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk announced on Thursday that kyiv was preparing to send 45 buses to evacuate civilians from the besieged city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine, where Moscow has declared a ceasefire.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky addressed a video conference on Thursday not only in the Belgian parliament but also in the Dutch parliament.

In the Netherlands, Mr Zhelensky called on Dutch lawmakers to remain open to the idea of ​​boycotting Russian gas and oil. “Be prepared to cut off power from Russia“For the President of Ukraine, all trade with Russia must be stopped.”So you do not fund the war with billions“.

He also addressed the Belgian delegation at 2:15 p.m.I think peace is more valuable than Russian diamonds, gas and oil“, He began in front of the Belgian parliament.

On the Russian side, Vladimir Putin has announced that countries hostile to Russia will have to pay for gas in rubles tomorrow. A decision that could challenge Olaf Scholz to ensure that Europe continues to pay for Russian gas in euros or dollars. Germany and France announced “To do To prepare“For a possible halt to Russian gas imports.

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