Ukraine Crisis Live Blog: Russia opens humanitarian corridors to Kiev, Mariupol, Kharkiv and Sumy – World

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken travels to Brussels on Thursday for a special meeting of NATO foreign ministers, then travels to Poland and Moldova; Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. This is the State Department reports.

In Brussels, Blinken will speak with his NATO allies about the global response to the Russian invasion. High-level political meetings on the agenda in Eastern European countries. The trip continues until March 8.

At a press conference Wednesday, Blinken described the human toll from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as “staggering,” and feared it could rise further. He also said that the infrastructure hit by the Russian bombing “is not military targets.” The foreign minister also described the provocative rhetoric of Russian President Vladimir Putin on nuclear weapons as “the summit of irresponsibility.”

However, Blinken says the US is “keeping the door open for a diplomatic solution”. But, he says, “It’s very difficult to get there when there’s shooting and tanks advancing.” But if Russia withdraws and engages in diplomacy, we are prepared to do the same. Blinkin also told his Ukrainian counterpart that he is ready to take any diplomatic steps Kyiv deems necessary.

A Pentagon source said Wednesday that the United States expects Russia to use more artillery fire as it approaches city centers. It also appears that the situation in Ukraine has not changed significantly in the past 24 hours.

According to the source, the Russians were late in their attack, not yet in control of Ukrainian airspace, for example. But they still have tremendous power at their disposal.” According to the source, the Russians have fired 450 missiles since the start of the offensive. †Belgium)

In Brussels, Blinken will speak with his NATO allies about the global response to the Russian invasion. High-level political meetings on the agenda in Eastern European countries. The trip continues until March 8.

See also  “Every megaton of carbon dioxide emissions costs human lives” | Ministries

At a press conference Wednesday, Blinken described the human toll from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as “staggering,” and feared it could rise further. He also said that the infrastructure hit by the Russian bombing “is not military targets.” The foreign minister also described the provocative rhetoric of Russian President Vladimir Putin on nuclear weapons as “the summit of irresponsibility.”

However, Blinken says the US is “keeping the door open for a diplomatic solution”. But, he says, “It’s very difficult to get there when there’s shooting and tanks advancing.” But if Russia withdraws and engages in diplomacy, we are prepared to do the same. Blinkin also told his Ukrainian counterpart that he is ready to take any diplomatic steps Kyiv deems necessary.

A Pentagon source said Wednesday that the United States expects Russia to use more artillery fire as it approaches city centers. It also appears that the situation in Ukraine has not changed significantly in the past 24 hours.

According to the source, the Russians were late in their attack, not yet in control of Ukrainian airspace, for example. But they still have tremendous power at their disposal.” According to the source, the Russians have fired 450 missiles since the start of the offensive.

Megan Vasquez

"Creator. Coffee buff. Internet lover. Organizer. Pop culture geek. Tv fan. Proud foodaholic."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *