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Third World War would involve nuclear weapons: Lavrov

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Passengers rush to board a train leaving to Slovakia from the Lviv railway station, in Lviv, West Ukraine on Wednesday. Russian Forces have escalated their attacks on crowded cities in what Ukraine's leader called a blatant campaign of terror.
Passengers rush to board a train leaving to Slovakia from the Lviv railway station, in Lviv, West Ukraine on Wednesday. Russian Forces have escalated their attacks on crowded cities in what Ukraine's leader called a blatant campaign of terror.

RUSSIA, UKRAINE, UK: Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Wednesday that if a third World War happened, it would involve nuclear weapons and it would be destructive.

According to a report, Lavrov said Russia would face a “real danger” if Kyiv acquired nuclear weapons, adding it would not allow the latter to obtain the same.

Meanwhile, Russian ship groups are deployed in the Black Sea operational area, which includes the Odessa region.

This was reported by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The military noted that in the area of Odessa and the Gulf, the invaders are preparing for a naval landing operation. Their ships line up on the high seas in order to land soldiers on the Black Sea coast in the future, NV reported.

It is also known that the Russian forces demanded that the civilian vessel HELT, which sailed under the flag of Panama to Chornomorsk, enter the dangerous zone of the Black Sea. This ship was supposed to become a human shield between the defenders of Ukraine and the Russian forces, the report said. Meanwhile, the U.N. refugee agency says 1 million people have fled Ukraine since Russia’s invasion less than a week ago, an exodus without precedent in this century for its speed. The tally from UNHCR amounts to more than 2% of Ukraine’s population on the move in under a week. The World Bank counted the population at 44 million at the end of 2020. The U.N. agency has predicted that up to 4 million people could eventually leave Ukraine but cautioned that even that projection could be revised upward.

In an email, UNHCR spokesperson Joung-ah Ghedini-Williams wrote: “Our data indicates we passed the 1M mark” as of midnight in central Europe, based on counts collected by national authorities.

On Twitter, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, wrote: “In just seven days we have witnessed the exodus of one million refugees from Ukraine to neighbouring countries.”

Meanwhile, Ukraine has asked the Pope to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin about allowing humanitarian corridors to assist civilians affected by the war, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said today.

“I hope the conversation will take place,” she said on live Ukrainian TV.

Meanwhile, large groups of predominantly Muslim Chechens and fighters from Belarus have parted with their Governments’ stance by siding with Ukraine. Photos of armed Chechens wearing yellow armbands, which identify Ukrainian forces, were shared on social media. The fighters boasted a wide range of weaponry, from British-made rocket launchers to sniper rifles and Kalashnikovs.

– THE HINDUSTAN TIMES, IANS, THE MALAY MAIL, ARAB NEWS

Friday, March 4, 2022 – 01:00











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