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‘Who will come subsequent?’ Zelensky’s warning as Russia reveals new plan: 10 points | World News

Russia’s offensive in Ukraine is just the start, Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated on Friday, as he known as for nations to come collectively towards the Kremlin and put an finish to its ambitions to develop. Meanwhile, as the conflict is ready to finish two months, Moscow has revealed that it now desires to seize south Ukraine too other than the east. With a ceasefire not in sight, UN chief Antonio Guterres will subsequent week go to the 2 nations and meet their presidents.

Here are ten points on the Ukraine conflict:

1. “All the nations that, like us, believe in the victory of life over death must fight with us. They must help us, because we are the first in line. And who will come next?” Zelensky warned in his nightly tackle.

2. Rustam Minnekayev , a Russian normal, was quoted as saying by information company Reuters that Moscow desires to “seize all of southern and eastern Ukraine”, far wider conflict goals than it had acknowledged as it presses on with a new offensive. The Kremlin was aiming to seize the rebel-held japanese Donbas area, hyperlink up with the Crimea peninsula, and seize Ukraine’s total south as far as a breakaway, Russian-occupied area of Moldova, he stated.

3. “Control over the south of Ukraine is another way to Transdniestria, where there is also evidence that the Russian-speaking population is being oppressed,” TASS quoted Minnekayev as saying at a meeting in Russia’s central Sverdlovsk area.

4. The diplomatic efforts to finish the conflict remained stalled even, Russia’s international minister Sergei Lavrov stated, even as each side held talks.

5. Ukraine is hoping for a risk that the humanitarian hall in Mariupol may very well be opened on Saturday.

6. Next week, UN chief Antonio Guterres will meet with the Zelensky in Ukraine after a cease in Moscow to satisfy Russia’s Vladimir Putin concerning the conflict. More than 20 nations are set to attend the US-hosted talks subsequent week on Ukraine in Germany.

7. Even although the UK PM Boris Johnson on Friday stated the conflict might not finish soo, Ukraine PM Denys Shmyhal informed CNN in an interview: “We are absolutely sure that Ukraine will win in this war and victory will be in (a) very short period.”

8. As the Russian forces proceed to roll in within the japanese Donetsk area, three civilians had been killed and 7 had been injured in shelling, an official was quoted as saying by information company AP.

9. Satellite imagery has hinted at potential mass graves close to Mariupol, town that has been battered in eight weeks of conflict.

10. Russia has admitted the Moskva losses per week after hearth on the flagship within the Black sea. Ine serviceman died, 27 extra went lacking and 396 had been rescued, AP quoted the Defence Ministry as saying.

(With inputs from AP, Reuters, AFP)


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