Latest Developments in Ukraine: March 22

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10:00 AM: A New Human Rights Watch reports has accused the Russian military of using a large air-delivered munition on an apartment building in Izyum in eastern Ukraine last March. The March 9, 2022 attack killed at least 44 civilians and HRW said it violated the laws of war.

HRW says dozens of civilians were taking refuge in the basement, and while the building was close to the front lines, the group says it found no evidence that Ukrainian forces were using the building for military purposes at the time. .


Russia has denied targeting Ukrainian citizens.

8:55 am: The International Committee of the Red Cross says it has provided humanitarian aid to Kostyantnivka and Chasiv Yar, two locations close to Bakhmut, the focal point for months of Russian efforts to advance through the industrial Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine bordering Russia. is of.

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A statement said, “As the convoy approached Kostyantnivka, Chasiv Yar and Seledov, the extent of the destruction in the area became apparent. Heavy damage has been done to homes, hospitals, schools and infrastructure. The humanitarian situation for those critical are those who have not fled, and continued hostilities prevent them from accessing the most basic services.”

7:30 am: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky posted a video on Wednesday in which he said a Russian missile slammed into an apartment building in the southeastern city of Zaporizhzhya, according to the Associated Press.

The report said the video appears to be CCTV footage, which captured the moment the missile hit the nine-storey residential block on the busy road.

Ukrainian media carried pictures of the affected apartment buildings, showing burnt apartments on several floors and flames coming out of one of them. The number of casualties was unknown.

However, Vladimir Rogov, an official from the Moscow-appointed regional administration for Russia’s occupied part of the Zaporizhzhya region, claimed that the building was hit by a Ukrainian air defense missile that was launched to intercept a Russian missile. .

He did not present any evidence in support of his claim.

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5:30 am: Britain’s Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said on Wednesday there was no nuclear escalation in the Ukraine war, as Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned London’s plan to supply Ukraine with ammunition containing depleted uranium, Reuters reported. Speaking after

Britain confirmed on Monday it was supplying Ukraine with the kind of ammunition used in the weapon because it can easily penetrate tanks and armor due to its density and other physical properties.

tactfully said, “There is no nuclear tension. The only country in the world that is talking about nuclear issues is Russia. There is no threat to Russia, it is purely to help defend Ukraine.” is about.”

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3:45 am: The United States has offered to sell Slovakia 12 new Bell AH-1Z Viper helicopters at a two-thirds discount after Bratislava sent Ukraine its retired MiG-29 fighter jets, Defense Minister Jaroslav Jaroslav told Reuters on Wednesday. Told by quoting Naad.

Nad said his government still had to approve the deal under which it would pay $340 million for a package worth more than $1 billion.

Nad said in his post on Facebook that the deal was offered under the US Foreign Military Financing program.

3:15 am: Ukrainian officials said Wednesday morning that three people were killed and seven others were wounded in Russian drone strikes in the Kiev region.

The Kiev Regional Military Administration reported on its Telegram channel that a “civilian object” had been damaged and that rescuers were still working at the scene.

The Ukrainian military said it shot down 16 of 21 Iranian-made Shaheed drones launched by Russia overnight in Ukraine.

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