Russia Ukraine War Live: Ukraine loses contact with IAEA after another nuclear site was struck by Russian airstrikes.
The war between Russia and Ukraine enters its 14th day today. Kyiv is still far from Russian occupation after 14 days. Sanctions against Russia continue to increase. President Joe Biden has stated that the United States will not import crude oil and gas from Russia. Additionally, PepsiCo has stopped production and sales in Russia.
Russia Ukraine War Live: Ukraine loses contact with IAEA after another nuclear site was struck by Russian airstrikes
Poland stepped up to help Ukraine fight Russia. Polish fighter planes would be sent to Ukraine for use. Although he had asked for F-16 jets from America in return, the US has rejected the offer. The US was not ready to use Russian jets against Russia, according to reports.
IAEA lost contact with Chernobyl nuclear site
A Russian attack damaged Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear site. Rafael Grossi, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, says that Chernobyl has lost remote data transmission. Now, the plant is unable to transmit data to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Ukraine’s first lady wrote a letter to the world’s media
Olena Zelenska, the first lady of Ukraine and the wife of President Volodymyr Zelensky, has addressed the global media in an open letter. In this, he said we are trying to stop the forces that can enter your city tomorrow. Russian tanks crossed the Ukrainian border, planes entered our airspace, and missile launchers surrounded our cities, he wrote. Ukrainian civilians are being massacred, but the country will defend its borders. We will protect your identity. Ukraine will never submit.
Ceasefire again in Ukraine today
Once again, a ceasefire has been announced to free the civilians trapped in Ukraine. There will be a ceasefire in four to five Ukrainian cities so that people can be evacuated as quickly as possible.
PepsiCo imposes sanctions on Russia
PepsiCo has banned the production and sale of all its products in Russia during the Russia-Ukraine war. Including Pepsi-Cola, all products will no longer be sold within Russia’s borders.