Russia-Ukraine War Live Updates: 28th Day Of Crisis

Bhubaneswar: On the 28th day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian forces claimed to have retaken a strategic suburb of Kyiv, while the fight for Mariupol continues. UN chief Antonio Guterres on Tuesday said that the war is “unwinnable,” and the only question is how many more lives will be lost and how many more cities like Mariupol will be destroyed before the war moves from the battlefield to the peace table.

Watch this space for the LIVE updates:

  1. Over 15,000 Russian troops killed in war, claims Ukraine;
  2. Russian chemical attack on Ukraine a real threat, says Biden;
  3. Expect active phase of Russian invasion to break down by April, says Ukraine;
  4. Russian troops trying to encircle Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine;
  5. Russian troops destroyed and looted new lab at Chernobyl plant, says Ukraine;
  6. Poland says 45 Russian diplomats are suspected spies;
  7. Ukraine expects 9 more humanitarian corridors to evacuate citizens;
  8. Russia will only accept rubles for gas delivery: Putin;
  9. Nato set to agree support to Ukraine against nuclear, chemical threats;
  10. Belarus asks some Ukrainian diplomats to leave country;
  11. China providing political support to Russia with ‘blatant lies’, says Nato;
  12. Ukraine-Russia War: Reuters Removes TASS from Its Content Marketplace;
  13. EU allows member states to provide subsidies to companies affected by war;
  14. Belarus Asks Some Ukrainian Diplomats to Leave Country;
  15. Ukraine negotiator says ongoing talks with Russia ‘difficult’;
  16. Russian troops trying to encircle Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine;
  17. Over 15,000 Russian troops killed in war, claims Ukraine;
  18. Zelenskyy asks Japan to increase sanctions on Russia;
  19. Russian troops destroyed and looted new lab at Chernobyl plant, says Ukraine;
  20. Poland says 45 Russian diplomats are suspected spies;
  21. Ukraine expects 9 more humanitarian corridors to evacuate citizens;
  22. Russia accuses US of hindering peace talks with Ukraine;
  23. UN to take up 3 resolutions on Ukraine;
  24. Kharkiv Oblast shelled 32 times overnight, 8 injured;
  25. China ‘supports’ Putin’s participation in next G20 summit;
  26. 3 including 2 children killed after Russian troops attack Rubizhne;
  27. At least 4 injured in overnight shelling in Kyiv;
  28. Congress serves suspension of business notice for talks on rising fuel, LPG prices;
  29. Ukraine says Russia seized relief workers in Mariupol convoy;
  30. Ukraine says ‘confrontational’ Russia talks moving ahead; West plans more sanctions;
  31. Russia to Demand Payment in Ruble for Gas Purchases from ‘Unfriendly Countries’;
  32. ‘Active Phase’ of Russian Invasion Will Break Down by April: Ukrainian Adviser;
  33. Scholz Told Putin Not to Use Biological, Chemical Weapons in Ukraine.