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Ukraine, the live broadcast of the nineteenth day of the war. Sirens sound once again in most of the country: in at least 19 of the 24 provinces of the country, the night was still one of fear under the fire of Russian artillery. Volodymyr Zelensky urges the population to resist: “We will win,” he says in one of his evening videos. In harsh tones, the Ukrainian president then warns the Born: without a no-fly zone “it is only a matter of time” before a Russian missile falls into Alliance territory. And he talks about the new round of negotiations expected by the hour and which, for his delegation, has the “clear task” of bringing home a meeting between Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Zelensky himself has been asking for a face to face with Putin for some time, but his request has so far not been accepted by the Kremlin.

Chemical weapons, warning from Warsaw (supported by the US): “If Putin uses them, NATO will intervene”

While a Mariupol the worst is risked with the population now exhausted without food and medicine ea Odessa we are preparing for a Russian invasion from the sea, diplomacy works across the board in an attempt to end the war. In addition to the talks between Ukraine and Russiain the next few hours the US-China summit between the American national security adviser Jack Sullivan and the head of diplomacy of the Chinese Communist Party is expected in Rome Yang Jiechi. A meeting that comes as rumors filter through Russia’s request for military assistance, including drones, and economic assistance to China. For Sullivan and Jiechi it is the first meeting since last October, the first face to face then since the war began. China never condemned the attack on Moscow but abstained, rather than voting “no”, on the UN resolution against Russia. Just a few days ago the Chinese president Xi Jinping however, he used for the first time the term “war”, so unwelcome to his ally Vladimir Putin. In view of the Roman meeting and to take stock of the various initiatives in the field, Joe Biden has heard in the last few hours the French President Emmanuel Macron. The two leaders, reports the Elysée, have agreed to strengthen sanctions against Russia. To ask Biden to do more for Ukraine is Zelensky on the one hand and a bipartisan chorus that rose from the US Congress on the other. The request is to provide more weapons and fighter jets to Kiev so that – US parliamentarians and senators argue – it can better defend itself from Russia.

Ukraine, the live broadcast of the war

7.50 am – At least two people were reported to have died in the Obolon neighborhood in Kiev, where a nine-story residential building was hit this morning. The Kyiv Independent reports, specifying that three other people have been transported to the hospital. Images attributed to Ukrainian emergency services are circulated on Twitter showing flames and firefighters at work.

7.30 am – Civilians trying to escape Mariupol in southern Ukraine tell of desperate scenes in the city where Russian forces have stepped up the siege. This was reported by the BBC which collected the testimonies of citizens. Father Pavel Komashevsky, a priest, said that in residential areas, residents are bombed relentlessly night and day, with the roar of jets overhead and the explosions of Grad rockets. The man also explained that there is no electricity and that food and water are running out and that the inhabitants have started looting shops and pharmacies. Father Pavel said he tried to leave days ago, but attempts to evacuate through a humanitarian corridor were abandoned due to Russian bombing.

7.00 am – Also drones, as part of military support, and economic assistance. This is what Moscow would have asked of China after the Russian invasion of Ukraine according to news reported by CNN which cites two US officials after the Financial Times revealed that Moscow had asked Beijing to provide military equipment from the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine. CNN states that according to one of its sources, China has responded to the Russian request, but the official did not go into detail on the response. A meeting is scheduled for today in Rome between US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and Yang Jiechi of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and head of the Foreign Affairs Commission of the CCP Central Committee. Press reports on the Russian request have already been answered by the spokesman for the Chinese embassy in Washington, Liu Pengyu, who said he “never heard of it” and called the situation in Ukraine “really disconcerting”, insisting on “moderation” for avoid further escalation.

5.40 am – L‘Ukraine is preparing for a naval invasion of Odessa. According to reports from the New York Post citing the secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Kiev, Oleksiy Danilov, the Russian forces have planned the attack in recent days but have been forced to postpone it due to the bad climatic conditions they have forced their fleet to return to Sevastopol, Crimea.

6.09 am – Russian prosecutors have issued warnings to Western companies in Russia, threatening to arrest the leaders of companies that criticize the government or to seize the assets of companies that withdraw from the country. The Wall Street Journal reports it. Threatened companies include Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, IBM and KFC. Calls, letters and visits included threats to sue companies and seize assets including brands. The Russian embassy in Washington declined to comment. Russian President Vladimir Putin last week expressed support for a law to nationalize the assets of foreign companies leaving the country due to the invasion of Ukraine. Warnings from prosecutors were aimed at companies in all sectors, including technology, food, clothing and banks.

Ukraine, in Lviv awakening from nightmare: the roar of the planes in the middle of the night, the escape and the smoke of the attacks

6.00 am – Biden’s national security adviser with Yang Jiechi is expected to meet in Rome today, Monday 14 March, to seek “a strong international response and to outline a global security strategy”. The Italian ambassador to Ukraine Pier Francesco Zazo recalled how “only we and France are among the G7 countries that still have representation in the invaded country”. Meanwhile, at least 35 have died in the raid against a military base on the Polish border. The Russian Defense Minister announced: “180 foreign mercenaries were killed in the attacks on Staritchi and the Yavoriv base.” An American video reporter, 51-year-old Brent Renaud, was killed by Russian forces and two of his colleagues were wounded in Irpin, in the suburbs of Kiev.

5.46 am Zelensky video: commitment to continue dealing with Putin President Volodymyr Zelensky pledges to continue talks with Russia and, in a new video, says that Ukraine’s delegation for negotiations has the “clear task” of doing everything possible to secure a meeting with Vladimir Putin. Zelensky has been asking for a meeting with his Russian counterpart for some time, but so far his request has not been heard by the Kremlin.

5.03 am – In addition to military assistance, Russia has also asked China for economic assistance. CNN reports this, citing two sources from the US administration, according to which Moscow would have asked Beijing for drones, among other things.

4.28 – The Attorney General of Ukraine has opened an investigation for treason on Galina Danilchenko, the new mayor of Melitopol, who took office after the Russian occupation of the city. She announced the CNN. The Attorney General’s office announced that it had opened an investigation, accusing Danilchenko of “having fulfilled the task entrusted to her by her representatives of the Russian Federation” when she declared herself interim mayor of Melitopol. “In announcing the creation of a body not defined by Ukrainian law, this Committee of People’s Deputies, the suspect asked the Ukrainian citizens for their support and the citizens of Melitopol to stop resisting the occupation forces”, reads in the statement of the prosecutor’s office. Last Friday the elected mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, was arrested on Friday by gunmen. Shortly after his detention, the prosecutor’s office for the Russian-backed breakaway Luhansk region accused Fedorov of terrorist offenses. Yesterday Danilchenko said in a television video that the “Russian TV channels” would start broadcasting in the region.

4.12 am – «Crimea and Donbass are now connected by a land corridor through the territory of Ukraine. The highway from the Crimea to Mariupol has been taken under control ». This was stated by the Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea, Georgy Muradov, at Ria Novosti. “This road can become an important highway to Crimea, connecting the peninsula with Mariupol – the metallurgical center of the Sea of ​​Azov – and the industrial region of Donbas. This is the key to the future development of the entire region, ”Muradov emphasized.

3.46 am –Hunt »the oligarchs, Australia hits 33 and Roman Abramovich is there too. The government of Australia has imposed new sanctions on Russian oligarchs, including Roman Abramovich. 33 billionaires have ended up in Canberra’s sights, including Gazprom CEO Alexey Miller and Bank Rossiya president Dmitri Lebedev.

3.27 am – Ramzan Kadyrov, the strongman leader of Chechnya, declared that he is in Ukraine together with the Russian forces who are conducting an offensive in the country. Kadyrov, who is accused by international NGOs of serious human rights violations in the republic of Caucasus, posted a video on Telegram of himself in military uniform studying projects around a table with soldiers in a room. He said in a message that the video was shot in Hostomel, an airport near Kiev that was captured by Russian forces in the first days of their offensive. This information cannot be independently verified. “The other day we were about 20 km away from you Nazis of Kiev and now we are even closer,” wrote Kadyrov. He called on the Ukrainian forces to surrender “or you will be finished”. Kadyrov, who rules the Russian Republic of Chechnya with an iron fist, is a former rebel who has become an ally of the Kremlin with a paramilitary force under his command. At the beginning of the Russian offensive on social networks, images circulated showing a square in the Chechen capital Grozny full of soldiers claiming to be headed for Ukraine. Kadyrov’s forces are accused of numerous abuses in Chechnya.

3.06 am – Phone call between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba. This was announced by the US State Department. “Blinken – the note reports – reiterated the firm defense of Ukraine against the brutal aggression of the Kremlin”. On Twitter Kuleba commented: “We agree with Blinken that more needs to be done to stop Russian aggression and force Russia to answer for its crimes.”

2.38 am – Alarm sirens sound in at least 19 of the 24 regions of Ukraine. The Kyiv Independent reports it. Possible to hypothesize a new large-scale attack.

Last updated: Monday 14 March 2022, 07:52


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