America announced – will give weapons to Ukraine
Today is the 20th day of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine and Russian troops have intensified attacks in Kyiv as well as other areas of Ukraine. More recently, Ukraine and Russia had a conversation via video call. At the same time, US President Joe Biden announced that America will also give arms to Ukraine to fight Russia and will also allow Ukrainian refugees to America. Joe Biden also said that the US would also provide money, food and other humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
Heavy fighting is happening in Donbass
Ukraine’s army is at war with Russian troops in the Moscow-backed eastern Donbass region. Not only this, 100 Russian soldiers have been killed and six large vehicles have been destroyed. Russia has tried to break the Ukrainian security cordon in Donetsk Oblast, but to no avail. The country’s Defense Ministry has given this news on Monday.
1.9 lakh Russian troops deployed – on the border of Ukraine
Present-day Russia and Ukraine are face to face with each other and there are fears that war may break out between the two countries at any time. Leaders around the world are trying to find a solution to this conflict, but suspicions between East and West continue to grow. NATO allies have rejected Russia’s claim that it is withdrawing troops from the border. Russia is said to have stationed around 150,000 troops along the border with Ukraine. Russia and Ukraine are currently facing each other and it is feared that there will be a war between the two countries. may sprinkle. Leaders around the world are trying to find a solution to this conflict, but suspicions between East and West continue to grow. NATO allies have rejected Russia’s claim that it is withdrawing troops from the border. It is said that Russia has deployed about 150,000 soldiers along the border with Ukraine.
Concern has increased in Western countries about what Russia is doing with these soldiers. It is estimated that 60 percent of the total Russian ground troops are stationed on the Ukrainian border.
At the United Nations Security Council, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reported the findings of US intelligence agencies, on which the US and Britain hoped that they would certainly disclose any attempt to attack. However, the US declined to provide further details to support its claims.