Ukrainian War: Mariupol’s “Super Powerful Bomb”

War in Ukraine-On Wednesday, March 23, almost a month after the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, about 100,000 people were trapped under Russian bombs in the besieged Mariupol.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and the proposal to reach a “promise” that includes the occupied territories of Crimean and Donbus remains a dead letter on Tuesday, with Russians “more energetic. Wanted a “legal” negotiation process. According to Russian Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov

Below are the latest developments on the ground and the major international reactions to the 28th day of the war in Ukraine.

The city of Mariupol was hit by two “super-powerful bombs” on Tuesday, the municipality said without being able to give a rating.

About 200,000 civilians are still stuck in a major port city with Russian tanks after a few weeks of bombardment.

Three humanitarian corridors were opened between the city of Zaporizhia and the area near Mariupol, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of “simply destroying” it.

The town of Avdiivka near Donetsk in eastern Ukraine was the target of a Russian attack that killed at least five people and injured 19 on Monday night, Ukrainian officials said Tuesday.

Ukrainian troops are conducting a counterattack, and a Pentagon spokesman assured Tuesday that it would be possible to regain Russian military status, especially in the south.

Ukrainian troops are “currently offensive in certain situations,” John Kirby told CNN, “chasing the Russians and driving them out of the areas they were in the past.”

“In the worst case, we die, but never surrender,” Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko shouted on Tuesday when Russian troops tried to surround his city in front of the Council of Europe. ..

The Ukrainian capital has been banned from going out at night for the third time since the beginning of the war, from Monday night to Wednesday morning.

At least one person was killed on Tuesday in a drone strike on a Kyiv building, AFP said on the spot.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told CNN International on Tuesday.

“We have an internal security doctrine, it is public, you can read all the reasons for the use of nuclear weapons there. And it exists for our country. If they are threats, they can be used according to our doctrine, “he said.

Volodymyr Zelensky invited Pope Francis to act as an intermediary in the negotiations between Kyiv and Moscow. “We thank the Holy See for its mediating role in ending human suffering,” he tweeted after a telephone interview with the Pope.

In a speech to Italian parliamentarians, the President of Ukraine also warned the country of the influx of migrants under threat of hunger from the invasion of Ukraine.

According to UN counts released on Tuesday, more than 3.5 million people have fled Ukraine and the invasion of Russian troops has triggered the fighting.

Of these, nearly 200,000 refugees have been evacuated from Poland to other host countries by train, PLK, which manages Poland’s railway network, announced Tuesday.

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