Russian troops have reportedly stormed Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv.
Street fighting broke out in Ukraine’s second-biggest city Sunday and Russian soldiers set expanding strain on essential ports in the nation’s south after an influx of assaults on runways and fuel offices somewhere else that seemed to stamp another period of Russia’s attack.
Following its benefits on the ground, Russia sent a designation to Belarus for harmonious chats with Ukraine, as indicated by the Kremlin.
Ukraine’s leader proposed different areas, saying his nation was reluctant to meet in Belarus since it filled in as an arranging ground for the intrusion.
Until Sunday, Russia’s soldiers had stayed on the edges of Kharkiv, a city of 1.4 million around 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) south of the line with Russia, while different powers moved past to press the hostile more profound into Ukraine.
In other news, the USA and its allies, Germany France, Canada, Italy, Great Britain, and the European Commission have announced the limitation of “golden passport” for Russians.
This will include natives of Russia and their families and will target individuals and institutions in Russia and elsewhere that support the war against Ukraine.