Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Day 33, Live Updates

Bhubaneswar: The Russia – Ukraine crisis continued on Monday as both parties are working towards a solution to the conflict which enters Day 33 on Monday.

US President Joe Biden clarified on Sunday that the United States does not have a policy of regime change in Russia, after his remarks that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power”, at Warsaw, Poland.

This, and more developments from the armed conflict here:

  1. Rocket attacks hit Ukraine’s Lviv; Biden condemns Putin in Poland;
  2. Ukraine prepared to discuss neutrality with Russia to end war;
  3. City of Kyiv announces remote education will resume;
  4. Turkish president stresses need for cease-fire in Ukraine in call with Putin;
  5. Russia’s aggression has failed to destabilize Ukraine, Zelenskyy says;
  6. Member of Ukraine delegation says in-person talks with Russia to resume Monday;
  7. Last passenger train links from Russia into European Union suspended;
  8. Offering Ukraine further military equipment an ‘evolving conversation’: U.S. ambassador to NATO;
  9. Ukrainian ambassador says Biden’s Putin comments show U.S. stands with Ukraine;
  10. Putin trying to split Ukraine under ‘Korean scenario’, says military chief;
  11. Germany, France distances themselves from Biden’s comment on Putin;
  12. Ukraine ready to discuss adopting neutral status in Russia peace deal, says Zelenskyy;
  13. Russia warns media: ‘Don’t report interview with Ukrainian president’;
  14. India is leaning toward continuing to import coking coal from Russia: Steel Minister.