Russia and Ukraine War: 100 days of the war, 200000 children were abducted by Russian soldiers



Today is the 100th Day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. On February 24, tensions between the two countries over NATO membership escalated when Russian President Vladimir Putin started the war. Russian troops are again attacking all Ukrainian cities. Ukraine is ravaged by war. Meanwhile, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday made a sensational claim that Russia had abducted 200000 children from Ukraine. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.



Zelensky said Russian attacks had killed 243 children and injured 446 others. The people of Ukraine will not surrender and will not allow the children of Ukraine to become the property of another (Russia). The Russian military is busy occupying the Donbas area with full force. The city of Svirodonesk in Luhansk is at the center of Russian attacks. According to the city administration, Russian forces have occupied more than 70 percent of the city, and thousands of people are trapped in homes without electricity and food. The eyes of thousands of medical students who were evacuated under Operation Ganga after Russia invaded Ukraine are now on the Ministry of Health and Education and the National Medical Commission (N.M.C.). The corporation had allowed these medical students to do 12 monthly internships in India on humanitarian grounds.



The Russian attack has forced 6.8 million people to flee Ukraine, about 15% of its population, meaning one in six Ukrainians has been forced to flee. According to a U.N.H.R.C. report, about 3.6 million of these 6.8 million people have arrived in Poland, resulting in a 10% increase. Ukraine's population is down from 43 million in 2021 to 3.7 million. In Ukraine, on the other hand, 8 million people have been internally displaced, leading to a major humanitarian crisis. The crisis is so severe that one child in Ukraine becomes a refugee every second.



According to media reports, 5,831 sanctions have been imposed on Russia since the war began. Of these, the United States has the highest number of 1,144 sanctions. In addition, more than 4,800 Russian citizens were banned, and 562 organizations and 458 companies were excluded. A total of 10,159 sanctions have been imposed on Russia since 2014. Russian forces have launched an air strike on a chemical plant in the eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk. The nitric acid tank in the plant was attacked.



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