Russia-Ukraine War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 328 of the Invasion | Ukraine

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  • More than 7,000 civilians have been killed in Ukraine since Russia invaded its neighbor last February. This was announced on Monday by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). The United Nations human rights office said it had confirmed 7,031 civilian deaths, but believed the true death toll was “significantly higher” given the lack of confirmation of many reports and the lack of access to areas of intense fighting.

  • Russia and Ukraine are negotiating a major prisoner exchange deal involving a total of 1,000 people. This was announced by the Turkish mediator Seref Malkoç on Monday. Russian Human Rights Commissioner Tatiana Moskalkova and her Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Lyubinets met last week in the framework of the international mediators’ conference in Ankara.

  • Britain will send a squadron of Challenger 2 tanks to Ukraine to repel Russian aggression, Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said. Briefing the British Parliament, Wallace described the military support as “the most important combat power package that will accelerate Ukraine’s success.”

  • The announcement makes Britain the first Western power to supply Ukraine with main battle tanks. it will be used to help train Ukrainian troops and put additional pressure on Germany to approve a wider supply of the vehicles this week. British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace has called on Germany to allow the delivery of Leopard tanks to Ukraine, saying the move could unlock support from other countries.

  • Germany must take “decisive action” and send “all kinds of weapons” to Ukraine to defend its troops against Russian aggression, Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki, said. Morawiecki addressed the parliament and indirectly criticized the German chancellor. Olaf ScholzFor not wanting to provide Kiev with heavier weapons.

  • German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock and her Dutch counterpart Wopke Hoekstra condemned Russia’s deportation of thousands of Ukrainian children.. “Russia must account for the whereabouts of these children,” Berbock said at a joint press conference with Hoekstra, who said it was a “deliberate Russian policy” that “tears families apart and traumatizes children.” .

  • Russia launched two massive missile attacks on Ukraine on Saturday, destroying an apartment building south of the Dnieper. at least 40 people were killed and dozens were injured. Dozens of people are still missing, city official Gennady Korban wrote on Telegram on Monday. According to him, 75 people were injured during the strike, 14 of them were children. Among the victims of the attack was the president’s 15-year-old daughter Vladimir Zelensky – he said in his last speech at night.

  • Russia and Belarus began joint air drills this morning, prompting fears in Kyiv and the West that Moscow could use its ally to launch a new ground attack on Ukraine. According to a statement published on the Telegram account of the Ministry of Defense of Belarus, units of the Russian Aerospace Forces arrived at Belarusian airfields on Sunday evening. After 8 o’clock in the morning local time, the ministry announced that planned combat training tasks had begun.

  • Russia attacked the city of Zaporozhye in southeastern Ukraine overnight, injuring civilians and destroying residential infrastructure., regional officials reported. Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Kyrylo Tymoshenko: “Invaders attacked the center of the region with rockets.” The missile hit a five-story building. Five people, including two children aged 9 and 15, were injured by flying glass. The children were hospitalized.

  • President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke by phone on Monday to discuss the conflict in Ukraine. according to the indicators of both parties’ invitation. According to the Kremlin, the pair discussed the issue of a prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine, as well as ways to stop the export of Ukrainian grain from Black Sea ports and the export of fertilizers and food from Russia.

  • NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Ukraine may soon expect the delivery of heavy weapons from Western countries. Western allies are considering sending battle tanks to Kiev ahead of a meeting in the German city of Ramstein on Friday where the governments will announce their latest pledge of military support.

  • A Russian who allegedly fought in the private mercenary group “Wagner” entered Norway and applied for political asylum. According to Norwegian authorities. Andrey Medvedev, He is believed to be a high-ranking member of the Wagner group and has sought asylum in Norway, authorities told The Associated Press.

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