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Ukraine Russia war: Seven people killed, many injured

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Ukraine Russia war; Ukrainian police say seven people have died in Russian bombings. Officials said six people were killed and seven wounded in an attack on a military base in Podolsk. 19 people are said to be missing.

According to the police, one person has died in Mariupol. Russian President Putin announced military action on Ukraine on Thursday morning. Since then Russia has attacked several military bases in Ukraine. Ukraine has also confirmed this and said that missiles have been attacked in many places.

However, Russia denies that it has carried out attacks on civilian targets. Meanwhile, in the emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council, member countries have been advised to exercise restraint. Many countries say that there is a need to find a solution through diplomatic channels.

An advisory has been issued by the Embassy of India in Ukraine for the citizens living there. It said that the situation in Ukraine is very uncertain. The advisory said – Please keep calm and stay safe wherever you are. Those travelling to Kief as well as those arriving from western Kief are advised to return to the city they live in.

The embassy says that further information and advisories will be issued to the citizens. On Thursday itself, a Suber Ukrainian Airlines plane with 182 Indian nationals reached Delhi from Ukraine. A few days ago, 242 Indian nationals were brought from Ukraine by Air India plane.

US President Joe Biden has said that he has spoken to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and has informed him about steps to be taken as part of international condemnation of Russia’s move.

Biden said on his conversation with Zelensky – he told me in clear words that leaders around the world should speak clearly against the aggression of Russian President Vladimir Putin and stand up for him while supporting the people of Ukraine.

US President Joe Biden has reacted to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of a special military operation, calling it “unprovoked and unfair”. Responding to the Russian President’s announcement, Biden said that “the prayers of the whole world are with the people of Ukraine”.

Blaming the Russian president, he said, “President Putin has chosen a pre-arranged war that will kill people and cause human tragedy.” Biden told that the White House is keeping an eye on this whole matter.

He informed that today a meeting will be held with the member countries of G-7 and only after that further steps will be taken regarding Russia.

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