Russia Ukraine war live: Belarus will also launch troops in Ukraine to support Russia, Emergency meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations
Russia has been blocked outside Kiev for the past four days by Ukraine. Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian president, has said that the next 24 hours will be difficult for the country. G7 leaders also spoke with Ukraine’s foreign minister. According to him, all countries will continue to support Ukraine in the fight against Russia. In this case, 352 civilians of Ukraine have been killed by Russian forces. There have also been 14 children killed.
PM convenes high-level meeting-formula
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again called a meeting on the Ukraine crisis at a high level. The Prime Minister had also presided over a high-level meeting earlier on Sunday. Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla and External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar were also present. A high-level meeting of the PM lasted more than two hours, according to reports. During this, the PM said our top priority is ensuring the safety of our students.
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Belarus will also send troops to Ukraine
Belarus has also expressed support for Russia’s attack on Ukraine. The US says that Belarus is also bringing its troops to the conflict in Ukraine in support of Russia. Belarus will begin sending troops on Monday.
The General Assembly of the United Nations called a special session
A special emergency session of the United Nations Assembly has been called amid Russian attacks on Ukraine. Starting at 10 a.m. The UNGA will meet in an emergency session. Abdullah Shahid Sessions will preside over the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. It is the 11th time in the history of the United Nations General Assembly that a special emergency meeting has been called.
352 died including 14 children
Ukraine is suffering badly as a result of Russian attacks all over the country. Ukraine said on Monday that 352 civilians had been killed in Russian attacks over the past four days. Fourteen of them were children.