Ukraine: 21 people killed in Sumy by Bombing

Sumy Ukraine Bombing

Russia Ukraine War Live Update: 21 people killed in Sumy by Bombing, Russia is World's most sanctioned Country

Ukraine Russia Live Update:

  • According to a tracking database, Russia has surpassed Iran as the world's most sanctioned country, having suffered more than 2,700 fresh sanctions in recent weeks.
  • According to ABC News, Ukrainian officials claim Russia's proposal to build "humanitarian corridors" is fake because it solely evacuates Ukrainian civilians to Belarus and Russia.
  • On Tuesday, fears of a "energy war" between Russia and the West intensified as the US considered imposing sanctions on Russian oil imports.

21 civilians, including 2 Children Killed

According to Kyiv Independent, At least 21 dead including 2 Children in bombing of Ukraine city Sumy.

Kyiv Independent reported: "21 civilians, including 2 children, killed in Russian attack on Sumy"

Russian forces bombed a residential neighborhood in Sumy in the early hours of March 8.

Russia is Playing Blame Game

According to Kyiv Independent news agency, Ukrainon President Vladimir Zelensky said "While Russians are to blame for the killings, responsibility is shared by those who for 13 days in their Western offices haven’t been able to approve an obviously necessary decision, who didn’t save our cities from these bombs and missiles – although they can.


Russia is Fighting war with Ghostly "Nazim"

Adviser to the Head of the Office of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in tweet that Russia is Fighting war with Ghostly "Nazim", He said:

"There is a modern civilization, which includes Ukraine, where freedom, competition and humanism dominate. And there is the "world" of Russian high-ranking officials, in which they kill civilians of other countries, because they are still at war with ghostly “Nazism”

1.7 million refugees have fled Ukraine

Since Russia's full-scale invasion began on February 24, more than 1.7 million refugees have fled Ukraine, according to the United Nations. According to reports from the UNHCR,
Between February 18 and 23, an additional 96,000 individuals migrated to Russia from the Donetsk and Luhansk provinces.

World Bank Approved $723 million for Ukraine

The World Bank stated on March 7 that it has approved a $723 million emergency financing package for Ukraine. The funds will be used to assist Ukraine in providing important services to its residents, such as financial assistance to medical employees, the aged, and the vulnerable.


Energy crisis in Europe and the imposition of a ban on Nord Stream 2

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said in a tweet That "Russia, in connection with unfounded accusations regarding the energy crisis in Europe and the imposition of a ban on Nord Stream 2, has every right to take a "mirror" decision and impose an embargo on gas transportation through Nord Stream 1"

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