Russia war with Ukraine: Putin urges Ukrainian troops not to use your children, wife and elderly as human shields
Russia warns Ukraine: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday called on Ukraine’s military to seize power in his country. On Thursday, Russia attacked its neighbor Ukraine.
In a televised meeting with Russia’s Security Council, Putin said, “I urge the military personnel of the Ukrainian Armed Forces to protect the neo-Nazi and (Ukrainian extremist nationalists) human shields for their children, wives and the elderly.” Does not allow use as
“Take power into your own hands, it will be easier for us to reach an agreement,” he said. Putin said Russian troops in Ukraine were working “with courage, professionalism and heroism”.
Russian President Vladimir Putin urges Ukraine’s military to “seize power”: Reuters pic.twitter.com/JYdqmNTm4t
– ANI (ANI) February 25, 2022
Earlier, the Kremlin said Russia was ready to send a delegation to Belarus to hold talks with Ukrainian officials.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said he is ready to discuss an alliance-neutral position for Ukraine. Moscow has called on Ukraine to suspend its offer to join NATO and take a neutral position.
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Russia has made “limited progress” in attacking Ukraine on Friday, according to the latest British defense intelligence report. The UK Ministry of Defense tweeted on Friday: “Fighting continues in key positions. Russia has made limited progress so far and has retained control of major Ukrainian cities. The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has stated that Russian forces are in the suburbs of Kiev.”
He added that they had “found no evidence of an attack on Lviv.” “The Russian offensive and artillery fire continued into the night and into the morning,” it said.