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Does the crisis in Ukraine foreshadow a broader war?

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Ukraine’s president said on Sunday that his country was ready for peace talks with Russia but not in Belarus, which was a staging ground for Moscow’s 3-day-old invasion. Speaking in a video message Sunday, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy named Warsaw, Bratislava, Istanbul, Budapest or Baku as alternative venues. He said other locations are also possible but made clear that Ukraine doesn’t accept Russia’s selection of Belarus.

The Kremlin said Sunday that a Russian delegation had arrived in the Belarusian city of Homel for talks with Ukrainian officials. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the delegation includes military officials and diplomats. “The Russian delegation is ready for talks, and we are now waiting for the Ukrainians,” Peskov said. Russia invaded Ukraine on Thursday, with troops moving from Moscow’s ally Belarus in the north, and also from the east and south.

Russian troops move into Kharkiv

Russian soldiers have moved into the focal point of Kharkiv, a city in upper east Ukraine. City Head of Police Volodymyr Tymoshko cautioned inhabitants to remain inside.

“It is very hazardous in the city of the city now, “He said through Wire. Because of the little gatherings of the adversary who broke into the city, battling proceeds.”

Russian forces blow up gas pipeline in Kharkiv, Ukrainian officials say

Long range rockets struck the city of Vasylkiv, south of Kyiv, and an oil plant was ablaze, the chairman said as a Russian assault in the nation went on for a fourth day.”All of you can see what’s going on this moment, you see the fire,” Vasylkiv City chairman Natalia Balasinovich said in a video message.

Alexey Kuleba, top of the organization in Kyiv Oblast, said on Facebook that the rocket strike caused a fire at the oil warehouse in the town of Kryachky, right outside of Vasylkiv.Battling was continuous and kept crisis administrations from dousing the fire, as per Kuleba. “We are at risk for a biological fiasco. We do all that could be within reach to forestall this!” he said in the articulation.

A much needed rest in Kyiv

Something like 150,000 individuals have escaped Ukraine into Poland and other adjoining nations following the Russian intrusion, the U.N. evacuee organization said Saturday.

A few strolled numerous miles during that time while others escaped via train, vehicle or transport, shaping lines miles long at line intersections. They were welcomed by holding up family members and companions or headed all alone to gathering focuses coordinated by adjoining state run administrations.”The numbers and the circumstance is changing moment by minute,” said Joung-ah Ghedini-Williams, a representative for the U.N. High Official for Displaced people.

“Somewhere around 150,000 individuals have escaped, they are displaced people outside of Ukraine. … Something like 100,000 individuals – yet presumably a lot bigger number – have been uprooted inside Ukraine.”The office expects up to 4 million Ukrainians could escape assuming that the circumstance crumbles further.

Those showing up were for the most part ladies, kids and the older after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy restricted men of military age from 18 to 60 from leaving. A few Ukrainian men were going once more into Ukraine from Poland to wage war against the Russian powers.

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