Russia Ukraine War: The mayor of the Ukrainian city was kidnapped by the Russian army, Zelensky told – the murder of democracy.
The war between Russia and Ukraine continues for the 17th day in a row. Both countries refuse to submit to one another. The Russians are preparing to destroy Kyiv. Despite sanctions imposed by many countries, Russian soldiers continue to bomb Ukraine. US officials, according to media reports, have banned Russian President Putin’s spokesman. The International Court is also preparing to surround Russia.
UN: 2.5 million people have left Ukraine
Since Russia began its offensive on February 24, at least 2.5 million Ukrainians have fled the country. United Nations refugee agency estimates that 4 million people may flee Ukraine.
Multiple explosions in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital
CNN reported that several explosions were heard in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. There is also heavy fighting in areas outside Kyiv, including Buka, Irpin, and Hostel.
The Russian army kidnapped the mayor of a Ukrainian city
Ivan Fedorov, mayor of Melitopol, Ukraine, has reportedly been kidnapped by the Russian military. According to reports, the mayor refused to cooperate with the Russian army. President Zelensky called the kidnapping of the Mayor of Melitopol a war crime against democracy. I assure you that 100% of the people in all democratic countries will be aware of it and oppose it.
‘Russian army kidnaps mayor of Ukrainian city, Zelensky says – the murder of democracy’
There has been a war between Russia and Ukraine for 17 consecutive days. The two countries aren’t willing to accept each other’s demands. The sanctions imposed by many countries have not deter Russian soldiers from bombing Ukraine. According to media reports, the US administration has banned Putin’s spokesman. Meanwhile, preparations are being made to surround Russia in the International Court.