Russia-Ukraine war: List of key events, day 370 | Russia-Ukraine war News
As the Russo-Ukrainian war enters its 370th day, let’s take a look at the main developments.
Here’s the current situation on Tuesday, February 28, 2023:
- Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia will not continue to participate in the New START nuclear weapons treaty negotiations until Washington listens to Moscow’s position, Izvestia reported.
- US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen made a surprise visit to Kiev to reaffirm Washington’s support and economic aid to help with Ukraine’s war campaign.
- Foreign ministers from around the world will meet in New Delhi this week in the shadow of war and US-China tensions; Host country India hopes issues like climate change and debt in developing countries are not taken lightly.
- The US State Department said China was “very clear” that it sided with Russia in the Ukraine war by providing diplomatic, political and economic support.
- The Kremlin said a Chinese peace plan urging both sides to agree to a gradual reduction in forces and warning against the use of nuclear weapons, should be analyzed in detail, taking into account the interests of all. both parties.
- The UN rights chief condemned Russia’s “nonsense” invasion of Ukraine at the start of a session of the Human Rights Council, at which countries want increased monitoring of suspicions that Russia has committed crimes. war crimes, which they deny.
- President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the military situation was becoming increasingly difficult around Bakhmut, the epicenter of Russia’s advances in eastern Ukraine.
- The Russian Defense Ministry said its forces destroyed a Ukrainian ammunition depot near Bakhmut and shot down four HIMARS missiles and five Ukrainian drones.
- Reuters was unable to verify the battlefield reports.
- Russian banks and politicians have downplayed the latest foreign sanctions against Russian lenders, promising quick solutions to any problems related to foreign currency transactions. of cutomer.