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A 12-hour ceasefire on the 13th day of the attack

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On Tuesday, the 13th day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a 12-hour ceasefire prepared a humanitarian corridor. A large number of people are leaving the area. Two hundred thousand people have been forced to flee the country since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on Monday. UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi confirmed the number and said it was likely to increase. Of these, 1.2 million have taken refuge in Poland. A large number of people from eastern Ukraine are heading to the border by bus on Tuesday. Russia and Ukraine have called for a 12-hour ceasefire to disperse civilians. Although Ukraine has complained of its violation. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday called for the expansion of the humanitarian corridor. The war has reached its thirteenth day and there is a growing shortage of food, water, medicine and heat for the people of the country. Many cities have been cut off due to lack of electricity supply. A video from Ukraine on Tuesday shows people boarding a bus at the border. These buses originate from the eastern city of Sumi.

Many buses carrying the Red Cross sign have made their way to the border through icy roads. Students from India and China are also among those leaving. The Prime Minister of Ukraine Humanitarian Corridor said that both sides agreed on a 12-hour ceasefire from 9am to 9am on Tuesday to evacuate people trapped in Sumi. About 800 Indian students are reported to be trapped here. Russia’s defense ministry says civilians are also being allowed to leave Mariopol and the capital, Kyiv. The agreement was reached at a third round of talks between Ukrainian and Russian officials on Monday. Meanwhile, Turkish diplomats say the foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine will meet in Turkey on Thursday. The bombing continued throughout the night, with Russian planes continuing to bomb cities in eastern and central Ukraine on Monday night. There have also been massive bombings in the suburbs of the capital, Kiev. Oil depots in two other cities have been targeted by bombings. Ukraine’s Interior Ministry said on Tuesday that nine people, including two children, had been killed in Monday’s airstrikes in Sumi. The mayor of the far western city of Lviv says thousands of people who have come here from other parts of Ukraine are having difficulty finding food and shelter. More than 200,000 people have been displaced in Ukraine since the war began. These people arrived in Lviv where they were housed in sports halls, schools, hospitals and church buildings.

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Nearly half of Mariopol’s southern population is trying to escape. There is a huge shortage of medicines in the hospitals here. Ukraine’s president says a child has died of dehydration in Mariupol. An official from the president’s office said humanitarian aid was being sent to Mariupol. Read more: Berliners open heart and home door for refugees Russian general killed According to Ukraine’s military intelligence, a Russian army general has been killed in the war. He is the second Russian general to die since the war began. The agency reports that the general took part in the war in Syria and Chechnya with Russian forces. In addition, he was involved in the campaign to annex Crimea in 2014. This news could not be independently confirmed. Russia has not commented on the matter. Russian forces have had considerable success in advancing into southern Ukraine, although forces are stuck in other parts. The World Health Organization (WHO) says six health workers have been killed and at least a dozen injured in the Russian attack. The WHO has confirmed the attack on 16 health centers in Ukraine. Impact of the war Since the invasion of Ukraine, prices of petroleum and other essential commodities have risen worldwide.

Wheat is number one after oil. It is also used in making bread and noodles. Russia and Ukraine are the largest producers of wheat in the world. READ MORE: Russian Gas Supply Through Ukraine Even in War There is growing concern that a Russian attack on Ukraine would further strain already tight oil supplies. Russia is one of the world’s largest energy producers. The United States may impose restrictions on oil imports from Russia, and oil prices are rising. The price of crude oil in the international market has reached 125 125 per barrel. It is feared that this could escalate further. In the Middle East, divisions have deepened since the invasion of Ukraine. Russia has played an active role here in the last few years, especially in Syria. Russia has backed several militias in Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen, where its ally Iran has influence. On the other hand, America and the West have close relations with many countries in the Middle East. In this situation, it is becoming difficult for them to support Russia.

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