Biden to give another ڈالر 1 billion to Ukraine, read 10 major war updates

News of Russia-Ukraine War: Today is the 112th day of the Russia-Ukraine war. The Russian military has claimed control of much of eastern Ukraine, urging the Ukrainian military to surrender. Russia says Ukraine has nothing left in Sverdlovsk, surrender. The Luhansk governor said it was difficult for Russia to stop here, while Kyiv had demanded a missile defense system from NATO countries.

Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has announced another ارب 1 billion for Ukraine. On the other hand, the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky has said that he is grateful to his country for the assistance received from Europe and NATO.

Let us know the big updates of Russia-Ukraine war

The Luhansk governor also said that Moscow’s army had surrounded the city with artillery and that Russia had asked Ukrainian fighters who had taken refuge in a chemical plant in Sevrodinsk to surrender.

The White House has said it is keeping a close eye on the situation in Ukraine and will not be left alone. On the other hand, Biden said that the bravery shown by the Ukrainian army and its people is an example for all of us.

The United States has said that ، 22.5 million worth of medicine, water, food and waterproof tents will soon be sent to Ukraine. This preparation is being done keeping in view the coming winter.

The Ukrainian army is advancing rapidly in the southern part of the country. President Zelensky has said that NATO should speed up the supply of weapons.

The Russian military is advancing rapidly in the eastern Ukrainian city of Sverdlovsk. Lisichansk is also a very important city. According to a New York Times report, the Russian military is close to capturing the two cities. That is why there are huge attacks in urban areas.

Ordinary people now take refuge in a chemical plant in Sverdlovsk, once built by Russia itself. According to the British intelligence service, thousands of people are hiding in the plant. The plant also stores toxic gases such as ammonia.

During the two-day meeting, which begins on Wednesday, NATO defense ministers will consider requests for arms supplies to Ukraine and for Sweden and Finland to join the organization. Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg made the announcement. The last meeting of NATO leaders took place in Madrid less than two weeks ago.

The Russian military said Wednesday it had used long-range missiles to destroy a depot in Ukraine’s western Leviv region, which contained NATO-supplied ammunition.

Russia has so far occupied nine Ukrainian cities. These include cities such as Mariupol, Severodonetsk, Donbass, Luhansk, Melitopol, Aizam, Lyman, Donsk, Rubezhonye.

There are various claims being made about the death toll in the war. According to statistics, more than 5,500 civilians have been killed in Ukraine so far. More than 10,000 are injured. According to The World Numbers, more than 35,000 people have been killed so far in the war. They include Ukrainian soldiers.

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First publication: June 16, 2022, 07:55 AM IST