After twelve days of non-stop bombing in Ukraine, Russian troops continue their siege getting closer to the city of Kiev every day. While Vladimir Putin ensures that the sanctions imposed by the European Union do not affect Russia. follow on direct the last hour of the war in Ukraine.
Last minute of the war in Ukraine, live:
Contacts between Ukraine and Russia will continue this Monday via videoconference
The Russian and Ukrainian negotiators will meet again this Monday, March 14, via videoconference, the spokesman for the Russian Presidency, Dimitri Peskov, announced on Sunday.
“Yes,” Peskov said in response to a question about whether the contacts will be this Monday via videoconference, as reported by the Russian news agency TASS.
In addition, Peskov noted that the Russian delegation is headed by Vladimir Medinski, one of the advisers to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
On Saturday, Putin already confirmed to French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz that the contacts were being made via videoconference.
Biden and Macron pledge to “hold Russia accountable”
The president of the United States, Joe Biden, and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, held a new telephone call this Sunday and have promised to “hold Russia accountable” for the invasion of Ukraine.
“President Biden spoke today with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss Russia’s war against Ukraine. They reviewed recent diplomatic engagements and underscored their commitment to holding Russia accountable for its actions and supporting the government and people of Ukraine,” the White House said in a statement.
Medicines needed in Ukraine
NGOs request certain medicines to send to Ukraine in the face of the increase in wounded after the Russian invasion. These are some of the medicines they need:
- Hydroxyethylstarch or hydroxyethylated starch (HES/HAES)
- epinephrine and adrenaline
- Ethyl alcohol
- Complex solution of Sodium Chloride + Potassium Chloride + Calcium Chloride
Why is the Russian convoy going so slowly?
The russian convoy It is already less than 20 kilometers from the city of Kiev, but the Ukrainian resistance and lack of supplies is preventing them from going as fast as they would like.