Ukraine War: Russia Declares Ceasefire for Human Corridor


Ukraine War: Russia Declares Ceasefire for Human Corridors for safely Evacuation of Civilians

Russia Ukraine War Update

Russian Military announced Ceasefire for Human Corridors Ukraine from 0700 GMT to open humanitarian corridors. Several leaders including French President Emmanuel requested Putin for safe human Corridors for evacuation of Civilians from war zones.

Russia's military has announced a ceasefire and the opening of humanitarian corridors in the cities of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Sumy, and Mariupol, which will take effect at 10 a.m. Moscow time on Monday, according to Russian state media. A request from French President Emmanuel Macron to Russian President Vladimir Putin was included in the statement. Previous attempts to allow civilians to flee besieged Mariupol failed after the International Committee of the Red Cross reported that the truce had been broken for the second day in a row.

Major Relief for Indians

If this implies strictly, it will be major breakthrough for Indian students whop stranded in Ukraine, arround 700 hundred Indian Students are stuck in Sumy State University Ukraine. It all depends on how strictly the Russian and Ukrainian armies adhere to the ceasefire. The previous two ceasefires failed as they kept firing during the ceasefire.

The Russian military will hold fire and open humanitarian corridors in the north-eastern Ukrainian city of Sumy on Monday, where some 700 Indian students are stranded awaiting evacuation, according to Russia's Defense Ministry. Kyiv, Kharkiv, and Mariupol are among the other cities.

More Updates on Ukraine-Russia:

  • According to Reuters, Ukraine will ask the UN's top court on Monday to issue an emergency judgement ordering Russia to stop its invasion.
  • Families with children have fled Russian airstrikes in the Ukrainian village of Irpin, according to the mayor.
  • The Wall Street Journal claimed, citing US officials, that Moscow is recruiting Syrians adept in urban combat to fight in Ukraine.
  • The UK Prime Minister's Office said on March 7 that the UK will infuse $100 million into Ukraine's economy to relieve financial strains caused by Russia's aggressive and unlawful invasion- Kyiv Independent.
  • According to Ukraine's State Emergency Service, Russian artillery shelled the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv overnight on March 7, causing fires in residential buildings- Kyiv Independent.
  • Russian military shelled the city with Smerch heavy multiple rocket launchers, according to Vadym Denysenko, Ukraine's interior minister's advisor- Kyiv Independent.
  • The US gives Poland "the green light" to supply Kyiv with fighter jets- AFP
  • KPMG and PwC announce the closure of their activities in Russia- AFP
  • Russian banks say they will use China's UnionPay system when Visa and Mastercard leave- AFP

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