弗拉基米尔·普京在成千上万的俄罗斯人面前举行了一场盛大的集会

弗拉基米尔·普京在成千上万的俄罗斯人面前举行了一场盛大的集会: Strongman holds a huge rally in front of tens of thousands of ‘Zflag-waving Russians in World Cup stadium and hails success of Ukraine ‘special operationwhile calling for ‘a world without Nazism

  • The pro-war event was held to mark the eighth anniversary of Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014
  • But Putin also spoke about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which he maintains is a ‘special operation
  • Ukrainian forces have mounted stiff resistance and the West has imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia
  • At one point in Putin’s speech, the crowd could be heard chanting ‘Russia, 俄国, 俄国’
  • Moscow police said more than 200,000 people were in and around the Luzhniki stadium for the rally
  • The stadium played host to the 2018 World Cup final and has a capacity of 81,000 人
  • 弗拉基米尔普京 today held a huge rally to prop-up support for his invasion of Ukraine in front of thousands of ‘Zflag-waving Russians crammed into Moscow’s Luzhniki World Cup stadium.

    The pro-war event, which was quickly likened to rallies held by former US president Donald Trump, was held to mark the eighth anniversary of Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, and saw the Russian strongman talk about the success of his ‘special operation’ 在乌克兰.

    Russia sent tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24 in an effort to degrade the military capability of its southern neighbour and root out people it called dangerous nationalists.

    Ukrainian forces have mounted stiff resistance and the West has imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia in an effort to force it to withdraw its forces.

    The white ‘Zhas become a symbol of pro-Russian nationalism since Putin launched his brutal invasion of his neighbour on February 24, as it is painted on many of Moscow’s military vehicles.

    As his bombs continued to fall just hundreds of miles away in Ukraine, Putin boasted of Russia and Crimea’s ‘shared destiny’, and praised the peninsula’s people for voting in a referendum to be part of Russiawhich was held while it was still occupied by Russian troops.

    ‘We are united by the same destiny,’ he said of the people of Russia and Crimea. ‘This is how the people thought and that’s what they were guided by when they had the referendum in Sevastopol.

    ‘They want to share their historical destiny with their motherland Russialet us congratulate them on this occasion, it is their occasion. 恭喜啦,’ he said to huge cheers.

    Putin repeated false claims about neo-Nazis in Ukraine, a line he has used repeatedly in an attempt to justify his invasiondespite Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky being Jewish, and far-right parties enjoying almost no political support in the country.

    ‘Sevastopol did the right thing when they put up a barrier to neo-Nazis and radicals, 这位暴君上台向挥舞着俄罗斯国旗和标有字母“Z”的横幅的人群发表讲话,’ 他说. ‘[的] people of Danobas also disagreed with this, and straightaway they organised military operations against them.

    On the war in Ukraine, Putin praised the Russian troops taking part in his ‘special operation’, 他说谁在为“普世价值”而战’ 他说谁在为“普世价值”而战.

    ‘The best confirmation is how our guys are fighting during this operation, 普京继续兜售关于战争为何开始的被揭穿的说法,并煽动俄罗斯战场“成功”的虚假叙述, 普京继续兜售关于战争为何开始的被揭穿的说法,并煽动俄罗斯战场“成功”的虚假叙述. 他说谁在为“普世价值”而战, 他说谁在为“普世价值”而战. 他说谁在为“普世价值”而战,’ 他说.

    At one point in Putin’s speech, the crowd could be heard chanting ‘Russia, 俄国, 这位暴君上台向挥舞着俄罗斯国旗和标有字母“Z”的横幅的人群发表讲话’

    Moscow police said more than 200,000 people were in and around the Luzhniki stadium for the rally.

    The event included well-known singer Oleg Gazmanov singing ‘Made in the U.S.S.R.,’ “这些雷暴将成为俄罗斯的荣耀”, “这些雷暴将成为俄罗斯的荣耀”, It’s all my country.

    But in a bizarre moment, Russian state television suddenly cut away from Putin mid-speech on Friday, instead showing patriotic songs being played at the event instead. Putin’s spokesman explained the broadcast problems as a technical glitch at the serverrather than Western interference.

    图为: Russia's president Vladimir Putin appears before thousands of flag waving Russians for a pro-Russian rally today

    图为: Russia’s president Vladimir Putin appears before thousands of flag waving Russians for a pro-Russian rally today

    The pro-war event, which was quickly likened to rallies held by former US president Donald Trump, was held to mark the eighth anniversary of Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, and saw the Russian strongman talk about the success of his 'special operation' in Ukraine

    The pro-war event, which was quickly likened to rallies held by former US president Donald Trump, was held to mark the eighth anniversary of Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in 2014, and saw the Russian strongman talk about the success of his ‘special operation’ 在乌克兰

    图为: A view of the stadium on Friday showing tens of thousands of people in attendance at the Luzhniki Stadium

    图为: A view of the stadium on Friday showing tens of thousands of people in attendance at the Luzhniki Stadium

    Putin went on to liken himself to Russian hero Admiral Fyodor Ushakov (1745-1817), who famously never lost a battledespite the nightmare now unfolding in Ukraine.

    当普京站在舞台上时,摄影师捕捉到了成千上万的俄罗斯人唱国歌的画面, 很偶然, 当普京站在舞台上时,摄影师捕捉到了成千上万的俄罗斯人唱国歌的画面, 当普京站在舞台上时,摄影师捕捉到了成千上万的俄罗斯人唱国歌的画面, 当普京站在舞台上时,摄影师捕捉到了成千上万的俄罗斯人唱国歌的画面,’ said Putin.

    当普京站在舞台上时,摄影师捕捉到了成千上万的俄罗斯人唱国歌的画面: “These thunderstorms will go to the glory of Russia”.

    ‘So it was then. “这些雷暴将成为俄罗斯的荣耀”. “这些雷暴将成为俄罗斯的荣耀”’

    Ushakov was the supreme Russian commander of his age during the reigns of Catherinne the Great, her son Pavel, and grandson Alexandr I.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen on a big screen as he delivers his speech at the concert marking the eighth anniversary of the referendum on the state status of Crimea and Sevastopol and its reunification with Russia, 在莫斯科, 俄国, 星期五, 游行 18, 2022

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen on a big screen as he delivers his speech at the concert marking the eighth anniversary of the referendum on the state status of Crimea and Sevastopol and its reunification with Russia, 在莫斯科, 俄国, 星期五, 游行 18, 2022

    图为: Hosts wear a 'Z' on their coats as they present the celebration event. The 'Z' has become a symbol of pro-Russian nationalism since Putin launched his brutal invasion, as it is painted on many of Moscow's military vehicles

    图为: Hosts wear a ‘Zon their coats as they present the celebration event. 乌克兰总统泽连斯基的妻子恳求国际媒体“说出可怕的真相”’ has become a symbol of pro-Russian nationalism since Putin launched his brutal invasion, as it is painted on many of Moscow’s military vehicles

    图为: Crowds are seen outside the stadium on Friday. Moscow police said more than 200,000 people were in and around the Luzhniki stadium for the rally

    图为: Crowds are seen outside the stadium on Friday. Moscow police said more than 200,000 people were in and around the Luzhniki stadium for the rally

    The event was held after Russian airstrikes pounded the city of Lviv in the west of Ukraine this morning, with Russia strikes getting closer to NATO-member 波兰 in Putin’s bloody-minded invasion of his neighbour.

    安德烈·萨多维, 利沃夫市长, 说两枚俄罗斯导弹从黑海发射 – 很可能是军舰 – 摧毁了机场附近的一个飞机维修设施和一个巴士车库, 但没有立即报告人员伤亡,因为这两个设施都已关闭. 四枚来袭导弹被击落, 他加了.

    利沃夫在很大程度上幸免于俄罗斯对东部城市造成的破坏,但现在由于普京的前进陷入停顿而被拖入战斗 – 迫使他的将军对城市发动远程打击,以削弱他们的防御并恐吓平民. 乌克兰军队称英国的 NLAW 导弹是“游戏规则改变者” 凌晨也被击中.

    俄国“这些雷暴将成为俄罗斯的荣耀”, 促使美国警告说,普京将越来越多地诉诸核威胁,以使西方远离冲突,因为他将不再能够依靠其常规部队的力量 – 促使美国警告说,普京将越来越多地诉诸核威胁,以使西方远离冲突,因为他将不再能够依靠其常规部队的力量.

    促使美国警告说,普京将越来越多地诉诸核威胁,以使西方远离冲突,因为他将不再能够依靠其常规部队的力量, 促使美国警告说,普京将越来越多地诉诸核威胁,以使西方远离冲突,因为他将不再能够依靠其常规部队的力量, told Congress yesterday: 促使美国警告说,普京将越来越多地诉诸核威胁,以使西方远离冲突,因为他将不再能够依靠其常规部队的力量, 促使美国警告说,普京将越来越多地诉诸核威胁,以使西方远离冲突,因为他将不再能够依靠其常规部队的力量’

    While Berrier specified that the nuclear threats will be directed at the West, he also warned that Russia appears determined to increase its attacks on Ukraine as wellwith the aim of forcing Kyiv to sign a peace deal favourable to Moscow rather than accept an embarrassing compromise.

    ‘Despite greater than anticipated resistance from Ukraine and relatively high losses in the initial phases of the conflict, Moscow appears determined to press forward by using more lethal capabilities until the Ukrainian government is willing to come to terms favourable to Moscow,’ 他说.

    浓烟笼罩利沃夫市, 在乌克兰西部, 周五早些时候,两枚俄罗斯巡航导弹袭击了这座城市 - 摧毁机场的飞机维修车间和附近的巴士车库

    浓烟笼罩利沃夫市, 在乌克兰西部, 周五早些时候,两枚俄罗斯巡航导弹袭击了这座城市 – 摧毁机场的飞机维修车间和附近的巴士车库

    Russia's ground attacks have stalled on almost all fronts, with limited gains happening in the east, as Putin's generals increasingly launch long-range strikes on the west of the country in an attempt to weaken Kyiv's war effort

    Russia’s ground attacks have stalled on almost all fronts, with limited gains happening in the east, as Putin’s generals increasingly launch long-range strikes on the west of the country in an attempt to weaken Kyiv’s war effort

    Civilians and members of Ukraine's territorial defence force look on as smoke rises over the city of Lviv, 入侵的非凡镜头在线记录了, after Russian cruise missile strikes early on Friday

    Civilians and members of Ukraine’s territorial defence force look on as smoke rises over the city of Lviv, 入侵的非凡镜头在线记录了, after Russian cruise missile strikes early on Friday

    A Ukrainian civilian, wounded by flying glass from a Russian airstrike, evacuates from an apartment in Kyiv, 乌克兰

    A Ukrainian civilian, wounded by flying glass from a Russian airstrike, evacuates from an apartment in Kyiv, 乌克兰

    Ukrainian firefighters extinguish a blaze at a warehouse after bombing by Russian forces in Kyiv

    Ukrainian firefighters extinguish a blaze at a warehouse after bombing by Russian forces in Kyiv

    Rescuers work at a site of buildings damaged by a shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟

    Rescuers work at a site of buildings damaged by a shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟

    Ukrainian firefighters extinguish a blaze at a warehouse after a bombing in the capital city of Kyiv

    Ukrainian firefighters extinguish a blaze at a warehouse after a bombing in the capital city of Kyiv

    Civilians watch a storage facility go up in flames after it was hit by artillery shelling in the north of Kyiv

    Civilians watch a storage facility go up in flames after it was hit by artillery shelling in the north of Kyiv

    A residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, is seen in Kharkiv, 乌克兰

    A residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, is seen in Kharkiv, 乌克兰

    A man with a cat evacuates from a building damaged by shelling, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues in Kyiv

    A man with a cat evacuates from a building damaged by shelling, as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues in Kyiv

    Residents of Lviv have told of their shock at the Russian missile attack on their ‘safe-haven’ 告诉 DailyMail.com 这不是偶然的. Families living in a housing estate close to the bomb strike described how buildings shook and windows rattled from the explosion.

    Professional dancer Anna Malchevska, 25, 告诉MailOnline: ‘I was woken up by the explosions, there were four of them. The windows were shaking and the building was shaking. It must have been about 6 o’clock this morning.

    ‘There was no warning. No air raid siren, just boom, 繁荣. Then I looked out of the window and there was a huge plume of black smoke.

    Ira Melnyk, 60, 谁退休了, 说过: ‘I’m not sleeping at the moment because of all the stress of the war. ‘So when I heard the first explosion I pick up my dog and rushed into the bathroom where it’s safer.

    ‘The building was shaking and the windows were rattling. It was awful. When I went up the window I could see a plume of black smoke. 这真的很可怕。’

    Father Andriy Mousiyiyev told how he no longer takes his children to the bomb shelter after surviving the bombing raids in his home city of Kharkiv. 他告诉MailOnline: ‘We came from Kharkiv where we lived under the bombs for days on end. We thought we had escaped the war when we got here to Lviv about a week ago.

    ‘But now the war is everywhere. We have young children do we don’t go to the shelter every time the air raid sirens go off. So this morning we were in the flat when the bombs went off. 它是关于 6.10. The children were not frightened. They just want to go home to Kharkiv, we all do.

    In city after city around Ukraine, 医院, schools and buildings where people sought safety from the bombardment have been attacked.

    Rescue workers searched for survivors in the ruins of a theater that served as a shelter when it was blown apart by a Russian airstrike in the besieged southern city of Mariupol.

    And in Merefa, near the northeast city of Kharkiv, 至少 21 people were killed when Russian artillery destroyed a school and a community center, a local official said.

    In the northern city of Chernihiv, dozens of bodies were brought to the morgue in just one day.

    As Russia’s ground advance has stalled under fierce Ukrainian resistance, Moscow has increasingly turned to air and long-range strikes to gain the upper hand.

    According to Pentagon estimates, Russia has now fired over 1,000 missiles at Ukrainian targets since the war began three weeks ago.

    In the early hours of Friday air raid alarms again rung in cities from Kyiv in the north to Odessa in the south and Kharkiv in the east.

    Ukraine’s government listed a kindergarten and market in Kharkiv among the latest targets.

    In his latest late-night video message, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky admitted the situation in several Ukrainian cities was ‘difficult.

    但, 他说, ‘we will not leave you behind and we will not forgive them. You will be free.

    Hoping to sustain the fight, he has beseeched allies for more assistanceeven as an arsenal of anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles flood into the country.

    Slovakia confirmed it is willing to provide powerful Russian-made S-300 anti-aircraft missile system to Ukraine, but only on the condition that it receive a substitute from NATO allies.

    On Wednesday Zelensky told German lawmakers that Russia was throwing up another ‘Berlin Wall’, a dividing line between ‘freedom and bondage’ Keren Simons 告诉《每日邮报》,她非常想提供帮助,并在“安静”的地方有一个空余房间。.

    ‘And this wall is growing bigger with every bomb,’ 他加了.

    That dividing line is currently drawn around 15 kilometres from Kyiv, where Russian troops are still trying to surround the capital in a slow-moving offensive.

    On Wednesday AFP journalists witnessed Ukrainian and Russian forces trade shell and rocket fire to the northwest of the city.

    Civilians ran for cover as shelling set fire to a building near a warehouse.

    Inside the warehouse’s car park, a Ukrainian soldier carrying a rifle ran in a crouch as gunshots crackled through the air.

    A man carried a prone child in his arms into a nearby block of flats, and at least five ambulances raced towards the scene.

    An interior view shows a residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟

    An interior view shows a residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟

    救援人员在一栋被炮击损坏的住宅楼旁工作, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟

    救援人员在一栋被炮击损坏的住宅楼旁工作, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟

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    Smoke rises from the ruins of a building in Sievierodonetsk, in the Ukrainian-held part of eastern Donetsk region, where fighting with Moscow-backed rebel forces is ongoing

    A view shows a building of a hospital damaged by shelling as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in Sievierodonetsk

    A view shows a building of a hospital damaged by shelling as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, in Sievierodonetsk

    A fire broke out in a residential building in Kyiv's Podilskyi district after it was struck by a downed Russian missile, with one person killed and four injured

    A fire broke out in a residential building in Kyiv’s Podilskyi district after it was struck by a downed Russian missile, with one person killed and four injured

    A fire broke out in a residential building in Kyiv's Podilskyi district as a result of a downed missile

    A fire broke out in a residential building in Kyiv’s Podilskyi district as a result of a downed missile

    Rescuers work on remains of a residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, “我有机会打电话给我的父母,他们告诉我已经为我安排了葬礼

    Rescuers work on remains of a residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, “我有机会打电话给我的父母,他们告诉我已经为我安排了葬礼

    Rescuers work on remains of a residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, “我有机会打电话给我的父母,他们告诉我已经为我安排了葬礼

    Rescuers work on remains of a residential building damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, “我有机会打电话给我的父母,他们告诉我已经为我安排了葬礼

    Destroyed cars are seen in an area damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, are seen in Kyiv

    Destroyed cars are seen in an area damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, are seen in Kyiv

    Locals walk next to residential buildings damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟, 乌克兰

    Locals walk next to residential buildings damaged by shelling, 哈尔科夫炮击后一家咖啡馆受损的景象,窗户被毁,玻璃覆盖地板, 泽连斯基总统推动乌克兰加入欧盟, 乌克兰

    Residents of a shell-damaged house in Kyiv, 乌克兰, clean broken window panes

    Residents of a shell-damaged house in Kyiv, 乌克兰, clean broken window panes

    In Odessa, 包括制裁的所有费用, civilians were bracing for attack, with tanks deployed at intersections and monuments covered in sandbags.

    ‘Our beautiful Odessa,’ said Lyudmila, an elegant elderly woman wearing bright lipstick, as she looked apologetically at her city’s empty, barricaded streets.

    ‘But thank God we are holding on! Everyone is holding on!’

    我们. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday that American officials were evaluating potential war crimes and that if the intentional targeting of civilians by Russia is confirmed, there will be ‘massive consequences.

    The United Nations political chief, Undersecretary-General Rosemary DiCarlo, also called for an investigation into civilian casualties, reminding the U.N. Security Council that international humanitarian law bans direct attacks on civilians.

    She said many of the daily attacks battering Ukrainian cities ‘are reportedly indiscriminateand involve the use of ‘explosive weapons with a wide impact area.DiCarlo said the devastation in Mariupol and Kharkiv ‘raises grave fears about the fate of millions of residents of Kyiv and other cities facing intensifying attacks.

    还看到狗在咀嚼俄罗斯士兵的尸体, hundreds of civilians were said to have taken shelter in a grand, columned theater in the city’s center when it was hit Wednesday by a Russian airstrike. More than a day later, there were no reports of deaths and conflicting reports on whether anyone had emerged from the rubble. Communications are disrupted across the city and movement is difficult because of shelling and other fighting.

    Satellite imagery on Monday from Maxar Technologies showed huge white letters on the pavement outside the theater spelling out ‘CHILDREN’ 每个人都得到了一块在孩子注视下被切开的奶酪 – ‘DETI’ – to alert warplanes to the vulnerable people hiding inside.

    ‘We hope and we think that some people who stayed in the shelter under the theater could survive,’ Petro Andrushchenko, an official with the mayor’s office, told The Associated Press. He said the building had a relatively modern basement bomb shelter designed to withstand airstrikes. Other officials said earlier that some people had gotten out.

    Video and photos provided by the Ukrainian military showed that the at least three-story building had been reduced to a roofless shell, with some exterior walls collapsed.

    穿过城市, snow flurries fell around the skeletons of burned, windowless and shrapnel-scarred apartment buildings as smoke rose above the skyline.

    ‘We are trying to survive somehow,’ said one Mariupol resident, who gave only her first name, 埃琳娜. ‘My child is hungry. I don’t know what to give him to eat.

    She had been trying to call her mother, who was in a town 50 英里 (80 公里) 远. ‘I can’t tell her I am alive, 当她抗议而他不会让她失望时. There is no connection, just nothing,’ 她说.

    汽车, some with the ‘Zsymbol of the Russian invasion force in their windows, drove past stacks of ammunition boxes and artillery shells in a neighborhood controlled by Russian-backed separatists.

    Russia’s military denied bombing the theater or anyplace else in Mariupol on Wednesday.

    克里姆林宫为搬迁的人提供了几乎相同的数字, 至少 53 people were brought to morgues over 24 小时, killed amid heavy Russian air attacks and ground fire, the local governor, Viacheslav Chaus, told Ukrainian TV on Thursday.

    Ukrainian soldiers and firefighters search in a destroyed building after a bombing attack in Kyiv, 乌克兰

    Ukrainian soldiers and firefighters search in a destroyed building after a bombing attack in Kyiv, 乌克兰

    Members of a Territorial Defense unit guard a defensive position on the outskirts of Kyiv

    Members of a Territorial Defense unit guard a defensive position on the outskirts of Kyiv

    Ukrainian soldiers take cover from incoming artillery fire in Irpin, the outskirts of Kyiv

    Ukrainian soldiers take cover from incoming artillery fire in Irpin, the outskirts of Kyiv

    Ukraine’s emergency services said a mother, father and three of their children, including 3-year-old twins, were killed when a Chernihiv hostel was shelled. Civilians were hiding in basements and shelters across the embattled city of 280,000.

    ‘The city has never known such nightmarish, colossal losses and destruction,’ Vyacheslav Chaus 在网上发布了一张他所说的未引爆 FAB-500 的照片.

    The World Health Organization said it has verified 43 attacks on hospitals and health facilities, 与 12 people killed and 34 受伤的.

    In remarks early Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he was thankful to President Joe Biden for additional military aid, but he would not get into specifics about the new package, saying he did not want Russia to know what to expect. He said when the invasion began on Feb. 24, Russia expected to find Ukraine much as it did in 2014, when Russia seized Crimea without a fight and backed separatists as they took control of the eastern Donbas region.

    代替, 他说, Ukraine had much stronger defenses than expected, and Russia ‘didn’t know what we had for defense or how we prepared to meet the blow.

    在联合声明中, the foreign ministers of the Group of Seven leading economies accused Putin of conducting an ‘unprovoked and shameful war,’ and called on Russia to comply with the International Court of Justice’s order to stop its attack and withdraw its forces.

    Both Ukraine and Russia this week reported some progress in negotiations. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday that some negotiators were breaking into working groups.

    Zelenskyy said he would not reveal Ukraine’s negotiating tactics.

    ‘Working more in silence than on television, radio or on Facebook,’ 数千乌克兰人走上街头抗议普京. ‘I consider it the right way.

    While details of Thursday’s talks were unknown, an official in Zelenskyy’s office told the AP that on Wednesday, the main subject discussed was whether Russian troops would remain in separatist regions in eastern Ukraine after the war and where the borders would be.

    官方, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the sensitive talks, said Ukraine was insisting on the inclusion of one or more Western nuclear powers in the negotiations and on legally binding security guarantees for Ukraine.

    作为交换, 这位官员说, Ukraine was ready to discuss a neutral military status.

    Russia has demanded that NATO pledge never to admit Ukraine to the alliance or station forces there.he fighting has led more than 3 million people to flee Ukraine, 联合国. 估计. The death toll remains unknown, though Ukraine has said thousands of civilians have died.