Russia's attacks on Ukraine continue despite announcements to reduce military readiness





Despite Russia's announcement of a significant reduction in military readiness in the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv and Chernihiv, intense attacks on Ukraine appear to be continuing.


Ukraine has accused Russia of continuing its attacks on various Ukrainian cities on Wednesday, despite its announcement that it had significantly reduced its military presence in the cities of Kyiv and Chernihiv. Tensions remain high as Russia does not reduce its attacks, despite signs of a settlement in the Russia-Ukraine conflict. According to local Governor Vyacheslav Chaus, the bomber struck shortly afternoon in front of a crowd of 2,000 people. The bomber struck shortly after noon in Irpin, near Kyiv.




According to the Ukrainian military, the Russian attack has made it impossible for civilians to take to the streets. Panic is rife in many parts of the city as gunfire erupts. Russia also said that the talks in Istanbul were positive. However, it has not been transformed into action. Attacks from Russia continue in many parts of Ukraine.




Difficulty for Russia


Russia has admitted that it is having difficulty advancing on more than one front, announcing that it is focusing on the separatist side of Ukraine. Russia's troops suffered heavy casualties. As a result, they returned to the Russian-Belarusian border to recover from the damage, according to the British Ministry of Defense. Russia has already spent heavily on this war. Britain has also said that Russia will not dare to go further.




Dalip Singh on India tour


Dalip Singh, a US national security adviser of Indian descent, will visit India on March 30 and 31. While many Western countries have severed economic ties with Russia, India has maintained relations with Russia. Therefore, Singh's visit is considered necessary in this context. After visiting China, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is expected to visit India on Thursday.


'An atmosphere of mistrust in negotiations':

"There are signs that Russia and Ukraine are negotiating in Istanbul. However, there is an atmosphere of mistrust in the talks, "said Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. He said, "There is no atmosphere of trust from Russia in the talks in a video. Russian officials are talking about a complete defeat of Ukraine. Nothing seems to be happening. Ukraine will not compromise on sovereignty and territorial integrity.



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