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Canada: war in Ukraine. Between bombings and false hopes, the diplomatic front is already pushed

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Trostyanets, ville de 20 000 habitants, a été reprise par l’armée ukrainienne. La population, massée pour des distributions de vivres, saluent ses libérateurs. EPA-EFE/ROMAN PILIPEY © EPA / MAXPPP Trostyans, a city of 20,000 inhabitants, was taken over by the Ukrainian army. The population, massed for food distributions, greet its liberators. EPA-EFE / Roman Pilipey

The hope attracted by the outcome of the Russian-Ukrainian talks from Tuesday made long fire. The Russians pursue their total denial of diplomatic progress.

Generating the hopes of decisive progress in the negotiations, the spokesman for the Russian Presidency Dmitri Peskov estimated on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, that for the moment, we can not state anything. Very promising or any breakthrough. There is a lot of work to accomplish.

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Tuesday, at the end of talks in Turkey , the Russian Deputy Minister of Defense had stated that Moscow would radically reduce (his) military activity towards kyiv and Cherniguiv, a city encircled in the north of the country .

Gold, on the ground, nothing has proven yet that this commitment would be held. The governor of the Ukrainian region of Cherniguiv affirmed Wednesday that bombings had taken place all night. Probably upstream of a Russian assault.

⚡️Mayor Says Chernihiv Under 'Colossal Attack' After Russia Pledged to Halt Assault.

"they actosity of strikes," Vladyslav AtroShenko Told CNN. He Said That to 'Colossal Attack' on Central Chernihiv Injured 25 Civilians on March 30.

- The Kyiv Independent (@kyivindependent) March 30, 2022

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Around kyiv, the Russian troop movements are more likely to be a succession to a withdrawal; And artillery shots are still targeting the west suburbs. In the last 24 hours, the Russians bombarded inhabited inhabited neighborhoods and civil infrastructures in the kyiv region, even clarified Governor Olaxandre Pavliouk.

The bar of 4 million refugees Franchie

The Russian announcements did not prevent the Ukrainian army from pursuing its counter-attacks in the east of the country. After liberating the village of Trostyans, to a hundred kilometers north of Kharkiv, she took over the control of a highway stretch connecting this big city largely encircled to that of Tchougouïv, a little further south.

DESTROYED RUSSIAN VEHICLES ARE SEEN CLOSE TO THE CENTRAL TRAIN STATION WAS USED AS A RUSSIAN BASE IN #TROSTYANTES #UKRAINE AS Ukrainian Forces Announced This Week That They Had Retaken The Town from Russian Control. #ukrainewar ????: @cmcgrath_photo pic.twitter.com/8g49ywl63o

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Civil populations do not have, either, taken for money Cash, Russian declarations. The number of Ukrainians who have fled their country since the invasion by the Russian army, on February 24, always climbs. He crossed Wednesday the symbolic bar of the 4 million people , according to the figures of the Office of the Refugee Office. Europe has not experienced such refugee waves since the Second World War. Poland, fiercely anti-Putin, welcomes more than 2.3 million people.

The destabilized region

the continuation of the conflict is not without consequence on other neighboring countries. They also welcome their lot of refugees: 600,000 in Romania, 320,000 in Moldova, 370,000 in Hungary and 280,000 in Slovakia.

Some of these neighbors are also worried about the destabilizing targets of Moscow; This is the case of Poland and Georgia, threatened by Russia via Abkhazia and South Ossetia, independent since 2008.

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Russian gas from other countries are under the protection of the Nanian umbrella. This is the case of Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Slovakia that will welcome the four new multinational battalions as part of the Natus reinsurance force in Eastern Europe.

Hungary, however, plays on the two tables in Moscow. Indeed, Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who is preparing for tight elections Sunday, has chosen to stay away from the conflict.

Russia's war with Ukraine made it a global pariah — but it still has friends in Mexico .
Mexico's ruling party has taken an ambivalent attitude towards the invasion of Ukraine — and some members of the ruling party have shown strong pro-Putin leanings.According to the official Canadian readout, "the Prime Minister invited the President to participate in the 'Stand Up for Ukraine' campaign pledging event on April 9, which he is co-convening with the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to raise funds for Ukrainian refugees and internally displaced people.

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