This is the 31st daytime of the Russia-Ukraine war. Meanwhile, the Russian military said on Friday that the first phase of the special military in Ukraine was over. Russian soldiers will now focus on the independence of the eastern Donbas locality here, where Russia-backed separatists have been fighting for 8 years.

Sergei Rudskoi, senior deputy of the General Staff of the Russian Army, said that the war capacities of the Russian Ukrainian Armed Forces had been significantly reduced. This allows us to focus on the independence of our main goal, Donbas.

The announcement on Friday indicates that Russia could now switch to a limited target after a sharp onslaught in the first month of the war. Russia has recognized the Donetsk and Luhansk locality of Donbas as an independent country at the start of the war.

Today’s news updates

Putin has offloaded nuclear subs in the North Atlantic Ocean. Russian submarines are capable of moving 16 ballistic missiles. Putin has also ordered nuclear deterrence forces to remain on alert.

A conch of 1,500 Strela anti-aircraft missiles and 100 MG3 machine guns from Germany has reached Ukraine.

Ukraine has declared a peace card to the Russian-based nationals. Ukraine’s Center for Strategic Communication scanned the information via a Facebook post on Saturday. The information is provided by President Jellenski’s Chief of Staff Andrey Yermack.

Swedish-Swedish-Swedish-Swedish streaming site Spotify has banned streaming services in Russia. Spotify had closed its Russian office early this month.

According to Ukraine Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vireshchuk, 2,800 people have been evacuated by car from Mariupol and transported to Japoriszia. There, 4,000 Mariupol people were evacuated via buses. 531 people have been moved from Melitopol to Japorizgia.

Ukraine’s President Volodimir Jelenski has said it will build temporary homes for internally displaced people during the war.

French President Emmanuel Macron has said that he is working with Turkey and Greece for the evacuation of people from Mariupol. A Russian raid on the theatre here in the country was that of 300 people.

Russia’s Bank of The South has banned the transaction of funds from western states.

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In this image released by Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service, Ukrainian soldiers use a launcher with US Javelin missiles during military exercises in Donetsk region, Ukraine, Thursday, Dec. 23, 2021. (Ukrainian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)

1A look at the damage in the rust

Ukraine claims 136 deaths so now. About 200 children have been injured.

According to who, Russia has carried out more than 70 hospital and medical facility raids in Ukraine.

According to Ukrainian Armed Forces, Ukraine has destroyed 3 Russian planes, 5 cruise missiles, 3 drones, and a helicopter on March 25.

The Russian has carried out a missile attack on a military command center in the town of Winnitsia, in the province of Winnitsia, in the province of Ukraine. It has not been known how many people have been killed in the strikes as of now.

Russia claims it has devastated Ukraine’s oldest fuel storage site. The attack used a gravel cruise missile.

A medical facility in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-most-in-the-world city, has been hit by a targeted Russian attack. Police said four people were killed and many injured in the raid.

Russia has said that 1,351 Russian slain Russians have been known to have been in The War of Ukraine so now. While according to military intelligence from Ukraine and Western countries, that figure is even greater.

2The Army is deploying the Army to Ukraine on the Georgia nun’s return to Russia.

A senior US defense official has claimed Russia is on its side of Georgia to send troops into Ukraine to support its onslaught in the Donbas region. According to the Pentagon official, we have seen some of the gunmen from Georgia on Friday. We do not have the exact numbers of the police, but we do not know.

315-year sentence for spreading fake news against Russian Saturn: Putin signed a law

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a punishment law on publishing fake information about Russia’s military operation. It will be jailed for up to 15 years for spreading fake news. The bill was introduced by the Russian parliament this week.

There is a prison sentence and a provision of a jail term for people who deliberately publish false information on the Russian government agencies.

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An explosion is seen in an apartment building after Russian’s army tank fires in Mariupol, Ukraine, Friday, March 11, 2022. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)

4US military claims Khersan was released from Russian capitulation by Ukrainian Army

According to a US military official, the Ukrainian military has taken the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson from the Russian nexus. Kherson was captured by the Russian army at the start of the war. Kherson is quite near the Creamian peninsula.

If it is true that this city will be relegated, it will prove to be a great shock to Russia. The Ukrainians present there have not confirmed this, he said. According to information, the fight continues in the spa-spa of Khorasan. On the other, Russia is attempting to take over the southern Black Sea coast.

5Ukrainian army claims to kill Russian general in Kherson

Ukraine’s military has said that their forces have smashed Russian Lt. Gen. Yakov Rezantsev during a fight in the Chornobyvka locality of Kherson in the south of Ukraine. The army said Rezantsev was commander of the 49th Combined Army of The South Military District of Russia. Russia’s defense ministry has not commented on Ukraine’s claim.

A total of 6 Russian generals are said to have been killed so far, after the start of Russia’s answer on Ukraine. A deputy commander of the fleet has also been shot to death in the Black Sea.


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