Russia Blocks Ukraine Harbour, Close In On 2nd Nuclear Plant: 5 Updates

“Be Strong”: Indian Embassy’s New Assurance To Students In Ukraine’s Sumy
Ukraine Crisis: India had on Friday sought a ceasefire by Russian and Ukrainian troops for evacuation of its citizens from Kharkiv and Sumy.

New Delhi: After a flurry of desperate video appeals from Indian students stranded in northeast Ukraine’s Sumy, the Indian embassy in the war-torn country today said it’s exploring “all possible mechanisms” to evacuate them safely and securely. In a Tweet early morning, it said it has discussed evacuation and identification of exit routes with all interlocutors including the international humanitarian organisation Red Cross.
“Exploring all possible mechanisms to evacuate Indian citizens in Sumy, safely & securely. Discussed evacuation & identification of exit routes with all interlocuters including Red Cross. Control room will continue to be active until all our citizens are evacuated. Be Safe Be Strong,” it said.
India had on Friday sought a ceasefire by Russian and Ukrainian troops for evacuation of its citizens from the conflict zones of Kharkiv and Sumy.

At least 1,000 Indians – 700 in Sumy and 300 in Kharkiv – are still stranded in conflict zones in eastern Ukraine, the government said on Friday, adding that arranging buses to evacuate them was proving to be the biggest challenge right now.

Groups of Indian students at the Sumy State University had appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an emotional plea to save their lives. They claim bombs are being dropped close to their University campus, and they can hear sounds of gunfights and air raids regularly.

“We have been expecting the government to help, but we have got no information. Some are saying buses are waiting at the Russian border, which is about 50 km from here. If we walk from the hostel, there are snipers in all four directions, everywhere. We fear airstrikes. Bombardment is happening every 20 minutes,” they said in a video.
They said that they had run out of essential supplies including food and water. In videos posted by them, students could be soon collecting snow in freezing temperatures to arrange for water.
At a media briefing, Arindam Bagchi, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External
Affairs (MEA), said over 20,000 Indians have left Ukraine since India issued initial advisories in mid-February before the conflict began and that over 10,300 citizens were brought back in 48 flights under evacuation mission ‘Operation Ganga’ so far.

-Russia Blocks Ukraine Harbour, Close In On 2nd Nuclear Plant: 5 Updates

Ukraine Crisis: At least 331 civilians are confirmed killed and 675 injured in Ukraine since Russia’s invasion began on February 24, but the real toll is likely much higher, the UN has said.
Kyiv: Ukraine Crisis: Russia has intensified strikes across Ukraine with fresh reports of civilian casualties and devastating damage. The West expressed anger after Europe’s largest atomic power plant was seized by Russia
Here are the 5 latest developments on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine:
At least 331 civilians are confirmed killed and 675 injured in Ukraine since Russia’s invasion began on February 24, but the real toll is likely much higher, the UN has said.
Russian troops have ‘blockaded’ Ukraine’s strategic port city Mauripol, the city’s mayor announced today. Located on the Sea of Azov, the city of 450,000 people has been bombarded by shelling and cut off without water or electricity in the depths of winter.
The US has said that Russian troops are just 32 kms from the second-largest nuclear plant in Ukraine. Russia seized the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, on Friday.
The US Embassy in Ukraine said that attacking a nuclear power plant is a war crime.
NATO on Friday rejected Ukrainian calls to help it protect its skies from Russian missiles and warplanes, wary of being dragged into Moscow’s war on its neighbour, but Europe promised more sanctions to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin.

-In Rare Move, Singapore Sanctions Big Russian Banks Over Ukraine War

The sanctions targeted four Russian banks: VTB, Vnesheconombank, Promsvyazbank and Bank Rossiya.
Singapore:
Singapore has introduced sanctions on the Russian Central Bank and some other Russian banks as well as imposed restrictions on the exports to the country over the Russian military operation in Ukraine, the Singaporean Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.

“Financial institutions in Singapore will be prohibited from the following: … entering into transactions or arrangements, or providing financial services that facilitate fundraising by: the Russian government; the Central Bank of the Russian Federation; any entity owned or controlled by them or acting on their direction or behalf. The prohibitions apply to buying and selling new securities, providing financial services that facilitate new fundraising by, and making or participate in the making of any new loan to the above entities,” the ministry said in a statement.

The sanctions targeted four Russian banks: VTB, Vnesheconombank, Promsvyazbank and Bank Rossiya.
“In order to constrain Russia’s capacity to conduct its war in Ukraine and cyber aggression, all permit applications to Russia involving (a) all items on the List of Military Goods under the SGCO; and (b) all category codes under Category 3 – Electronics, Category 4 – Computers and Category 5 – Telecommunications and “Information Security” on the List of Dual-Use Goods under the SGCO will be rejected,” the statement added.

“Be Strong”: Indian Embassy’s New Assurance To Students In Ukraine’s Sumy
Ukraine Crisis: India had on Friday sought a ceasefire by Russian and Ukrainian troops for evacuation of its citizens from Kharkiv and Sumy.

New Delhi: After a flurry of desperate video appeals from Indian students stranded in northeast Ukraine’s Sumy, the Indian embassy in the war-torn country today said it’s exploring “all possible mechanisms” to evacuate them safely and securely. In a Tweet early morning, it said it has discussed evacuation and identification of exit routes with all interlocutors including the international humanitarian organisation Red Cross.
“Exploring all possible mechanisms to evacuate Indian citizens in Sumy, safely & securely. Discussed evacuation & identification of exit routes with all interlocuters including Red Cross. Control room will continue to be active until all our citizens are evacuated. Be Safe Be Strong,” it said.
India had on Friday sought a ceasefire by Russian and Ukrainian troops for evacuation of its citizens from the conflict zones of Kharkiv and Sumy.
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At least 1,000 Indians – 700 in Sumy and 300 in Kharkiv – are still stranded in conflict zones in eastern Ukraine, the government said on Friday, adding that arranging buses to evacuate them was proving to be the biggest challenge right now.

Groups of Indian students at the Sumy State University had appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an emotional plea to save their lives. They claim bombs are being dropped close to their University campus, and they can hear sounds of gunfights and air raids regularly.

“We have been expecting the government to help, but we have got no information. Some are saying buses are waiting at the Russian border, which is about 50 km from here. If we walk from the hostel, there are snipers in all four directions, everywhere. We fear airstrikes. Bombardment is happening every 20 minutes,” they said in a video.
They said that they had run out of essential supplies including food and water. In videos posted by them, students could be soon collecting snow in freezing temperatures to arrange for water.
At a media briefing, Arindam Bagchi, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External
Affairs (MEA), said over 20,000 Indians have left Ukraine since India issued initial advisories in mid-February before the conflict began and that over 10,300 citizens were brought back in 48 flights under evacuation mission ‘Operation Ganga’ so far.

-Russia Blocks Ukraine Harbour, Close In On 2nd Nuclear Plant: 5 Updates
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Ukraine Crisis: At least 331 civilians are confirmed killed and 675 injured in Ukraine since Russia’s invasion began on February 24, but the real toll is likely much higher, the UN has said.
Kyiv: Ukraine Crisis: Russia has intensified strikes across Ukraine with fresh reports of civilian casualties and devastating damage. The West expressed anger after Europe’s largest atomic power plant was seized by Russia
Here are the 5 latest developments on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine:
At least 331 civilians are confirmed killed and 675 injured in Ukraine since Russia’s invasion began on February 24, but the real toll is likely much higher, the UN has said.
Russian troops have ‘blockaded’ Ukraine’s strategic port city Mauripol, the city’s mayor announced today. Located on the Sea of Azov, the city of 450,000 people has been bombarded by shelling and cut off without water or electricity in the depths of winter.
The US has said that Russian troops are just 32 kms from the second-largest nuclear plant in Ukraine. Russia seized the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, on Friday.
The US Embassy in Ukraine said that attacking a nuclear power plant is a war crime.
NATO on Friday rejected Ukrainian calls to help it protect its skies from Russian missiles and warplanes, wary of being dragged into Moscow’s war on its neighbour, but Europe promised more sanctions to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin.

-In Rare Move, Singapore Sanctions Big Russian Banks Over Ukraine War

The sanctions targeted four Russian banks: VTB, Vnesheconombank, Promsvyazbank and Bank Rossiya.
Singapore:
Singapore has introduced sanctions on the Russian Central Bank and some other Russian banks as well as imposed restrictions on the exports to the country over the Russian military operation in Ukraine, the Singaporean Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.

“Financial institutions in Singapore will be prohibited from the following: … entering into transactions or arrangements, or providing financial services that facilitate fundraising by: the Russian government; the Central Bank of the Russian Federation; any entity owned or controlled by them or acting on their direction or behalf. The prohibitions apply to buying and selling new securities, providing financial services that facilitate new fundraising by, and making or participate in the making of any new loan to the above entities,” the ministry said in a statement.
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The sanctions targeted four Russian banks: VTB, Vnesheconombank, Promsvyazbank and Bank Rossiya.
“In order to constrain Russia’s capacity to conduct its war in Ukraine and cyber aggression, all permit applications to Russia involving (a) all items on the List of Military Goods under the SGCO; and (b) all category codes under Category 3 – Electronics, Category 4 – Computers and Category 5 – Telecommunications and “Information Security” on the List of Dual-Use Goods under the SGCO will be rejected,” the statement added.

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