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The 10 important happenings that will affect the war

As the war has almost completed almost two months, the war doesn't seem to end, and the diplomatic ties and peace talks have halted. Now Russia is planning to capture the southern part of Ukraine. Now here are the ten happenings :

Ukraine's PM Denys Shymal has told CNN: "We are sure that Ukraine will win this war, and victory will be in a very short time."

Zelensky has warned, saying, "All the nations that, like us, believe in victory over death must fight with us. They must help us because we are the first in line. And who will come next?"

Rustam Minnekayev, a Russian general, has said that Moscow wants to "seize all of the southern and eastern Ukraine" Russia is aiming to capture the rebel-held eastern Donbas region and capture Ukraine's entire south as far as a breakaway.

He also said that "Control over the south of Ukraine is another way to Transdniestria, where evidence is also that the Russian-speaking population will be oppressed.

The diplomatic efforts to end the war have halted, this is pointed out by Russia's foreign minister Sergel Lavrov even when both the sides have held talks.

Next week, UN chief Antonio Guterres will meet Zelensky in Ukraine. After that, he will stop in Moscow to meet the Russian President Vladimir Vladimir Putin about the war and now more than twenty countries are set to attend the US hosted talks next week on Ukraine in Germany.

Ukraine is hoping for a possibility that the humanitarian corridor in Mariupol could be opened on Saturday.

As the Russian forces continued to roll in the eastern Donetsk region, three civilians were killed, and seven were injured.

Satellite imagery has hinted at a possible mass grave near Mariupol, the city that has witnessed the worst of the war for over eight weeks.

Russians have admitted that Moskva looses a week after a fire occurred on the flagship in the Black sea; as a serviceman died, 27 more went missing, and 396 were rescued.

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