Russia Ukraine War: NATO countries can deploy military in Ukraine

The war between Russia and Ukraine is now in its 26th day. Meanwhile, Ukraine has given clear indications that he will not surrender. Even in the midst of the fierce battle in Mariupol, the Ukrainian army has refused to lay down its arms. Ukraine, on the other hand, claims to have killed a separatist leader in the conflict. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says he is open to talks with Putin, but that if they fail, a third world war will erupt.
21-MAR-2022 10:42 AM live update

NATO countries are able to deploy military forces in Ukraine. – The United States

On March 25, US President Joe Biden will visit Poland and is expected to discuss military deployment in Ukraine. In fact, the United States has stated it at the United Nations. The United States will not send troops to Ukraine, according to US Ambassador Linda Thomas, but that does not rule out the possibility that another NATO country will.

21-MAR-2022, 09:57 AM

In Kyiv, four people were killed.

In Kyiv, four people were killed in Russian attacks. Many places caught fire after the Russian attacks, according to information provided by the state emergency service. It snatched four people and killed them. Another person was hurt in the incident.

21-MAR-2022, 09:31 AM

Sumi Chemical Plant’s ammonia gas leaks

An airstrike by Ukraine caused ammonia gas to leak at the Sumy Chemical Plant. At 4:30 a.m. local time, ammonia leaked from the Sumykhinprom chemical plant, according to Sumy Oblast Governor Dimitro Zyvetsky. According to him, this has impacted a 2.5-kilometer area.

People in the affected area are advised to seek shelter underground as soon as possible.

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