Russia declared war on Ukraine on Thursday, February 24 with Russian President Vladimir Putin calling it a military operation.

Putin has also warned other nations not to interfere with the Russian action as it would result in “consequences they have never seen”. Soon after his announcement, big explosions were witnessed in Ukraine’s Kyiv, Kharkiv, and other regions.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin approved a “unique military activity” against Ukraine from the get-go Thursday to wipe out what he called a genuine danger.

Putin says his point is to neutralize and ‘denazify’ Ukraine.

“I have decided to conduct a special military operation,” said Putin. “Its goal is to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide… for the last eight years. And for this, we will strive for the demilitarisation and denazification of Ukraine.

Russian powers terminated rockets at a few Ukrainian urban areas and landed troops on its south coast on Thursday, authorities, and media said.

Russian-moved separatists in Ukraine’s Donetsk have sent off huge scope strikes against Ukrainian powers along the line of contact, Russia’s Interfax news organization referred to a rebel representative as saying on Thursday.

Ukraine Defense Minister says the adversary started extreme shelling of Ukrainian units in the east, military control habitats, and runways.

US President Joe Biden denounced ridiculous and uncalled-for assault by the Russian military in a call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

US President Joe Biden will meet with his partners from the Group of Seven partners early Thursday to outline more serious measures against Russia after President Vladimir Putin sent off what Biden called “a planned conflict” against Ukraine.

European Union pioneers will examine a further endorses bundle on Russia at a crisis meeting later on Thursday, the EU said in an articulation.

NATO ambassadors to hold an emergency meeting.


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