Kiev, The war between Russia and Ukraine has now entered its 90th day, but the two countries have not yet reached a conclusion. Russia, meanwhile, has reportedly withdrawn its troops from Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city. Ukraine’s military claimed on Saturday that Russia was withdrawing its troops from Kharkiv, its second-largest city. At the same time, Ukraine said Russia was now engaged in a battle for control of the eastern region.
Ukraine’s general staff said Russian troops were withdrawing from the northeastern city of Kharkiv and were now focusing on supply route security. Let’s take a look at 3 big updates related to this war.
Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov said on Saturday that the country was entering a new long-term phase of the war. A day earlier, President Volodymyr Zelensky had said that no one could predict the length of the war. Ukraine’s regional governor said on Saturday that Ukrainian forces had launched a counterattack near the Russian city of Izim.
The Reuters news agency reported that the counter-attack could be a serious blow to Russia’s plan to occupy the entire Donbass region.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said late last night that the situation in Donbass was “extremely difficult.” He said the Russian military was still trying to show some kind of victory. Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned his Finnish counterpart Solih Ninistસ્ટો that if Finland applies for NATO membership, relations between the two countries could be negatively affected.
“Such a change in the country’s foreign policy could have a negative impact on Russia-Finland relations, which have been built on a spirit of good neighborliness and partnership for many years and have been mutually beneficial.
A large convoy carrying refugees from Mariupol arrived in the Ukrainian-controlled city of Zaporizha on Saturday. Earlier, an aide to the mayor of Mariupol said the convoy consisted of 200-1,000 cars and had fled the city since the start of the Russian invasion on February 6.