I’m in Kiev, not hiding, says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

In his most recent location to the country, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that he’s as yet in Kiev and not stowing away as Russia’s conflict on his nation has gone on for the thirteenth day.

In the video posted on his Facebook page late Monday night, Zelensky shows the perspectives on the city from his office in the core of the capital city.

“I stay in Kiev. On Bankova Street. I’m not stowing away. What’s more, I’m not scared of anybody. However much it takes to win this Patriotic War of our own,” the President added.

Zelenksy’s video message came hours after the third round of harmony talks among Ukrainian and Russian appointments finished with next to no critical turns of events.

The discussions went on for almost three hours at the Belovezhskaya Pushcha on the Belarus-Poland line, reports Xinhua news organization.

As indicated by Russian official assistant Vladimir Medinsky, who additionally heads Moscow’s designation, said in spite of the fact that conversations forged ahead with political and military angles, it anyway stayed troublesome and was too soon to discuss something positive.

He added that the Russian side “brought a huge arrangement of reports, including explicit arrangements, however the Ukrainian side couldn’t sign them on the spot and took this multitude of archives back home for study”.

Medinsky added that the different sides resolved the issue of non military personnel clearing.

As the tactical intrusion went on for the thirteenth day on Tuesday, Russian assaults have forestalled regular citizens to clear from urban areas presently enduring an onslaught.

In the port city of Odessa, where Russian soldiers are rapidly making progress, blasts were heard in the early long periods of Tuesday, reports the BBC.

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Considered a vital key objective for Moscow, Ukrainian powers in Odessa professed to have hit one of the Russian armada causing critical harm.

Day by day curfews start at 7 p.m. in the city, and air strike alarms were heard for over an hour on Monday, with admonitions that Russian boats were repositions themselves in anticipation of an assault, said the BBC.

Because of Russia’s attack that started on February 24, right now there are in excess of 742,000 individuals across Ukraine without admittance to power, as indicated by the Foreign Ministry in Kiev.

The Ministry said on Monday that the Russia-moved Donetsk area in the east is the hardest hit, where north of 233,000 are “totally disengaged”.

Around 238,000 Ukrainians are likewise without gas, it added.

The Ministry further asserted that “dynamic threats have caused new power lattice harm and blackouts. IANS

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