Russia Ukraine war update at a glance on the fifth day

A special session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) will be held in Kyiv on May 5, the fifth day of the current Russian-Ukrainian conflict, to debate Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggressive foreign and security policies. In addition, Belarus will host the first round of talks between Russia and Ukraine, which will take place in the country.

Ukraine’s military has pledged to fight back against Russia’s massive army, which was activated on February 24 despite Russia’s claims to the contrary. Russia has claimed that it will demilitarise its neighboring country, but the Ukrainian military has stated that it will fight back against Russia’s massive army. Several big events are set to take place today when people all around the globe are asking for an end to the present state of tensions. These include:

The United Nations General Assembly will discuss Russia’s ‘aggression’ Specifically, in Ukraine.

Following a procedural decision by the United Nations Security Council on Sunday, India withdrew from the motion, which would have called the United Nations General Assembly into a rare extraordinary emergency session on Monday to consider the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Instead, the resolution, which gained 11 votes in favor, was approved, authorizing the 163-member United Nations General Assembly to discuss Russian military action against Ukraine.

Members from India, China, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) all voted against the proposal, except for representatives from Russia who abstained. On Sunday afternoon, it was determined that an emergency session of the United Nations General Assembly would be conducted on Monday at 10 a.m. The Security Council made the decision. The Security Council convened on Sunday afternoon to judge the situation (local time).

Talks between the Russian and Ukrainian delegations were held in Belarus.

The Ukrainian government has decided to discuss Russian President Vladimir Putin in Belarus after initially expressing reluctance to do so. Belarus is reported to be assisting Moscow in its attempts. According to plans, an international conference of nuclear-related teams from Russia and Ukraine will convene on Monday in Belarus near the Chernobyl exclusion zone. It was announced that the decision had been reached during a phone conversation between Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Wednesday morning.

As he is said to have commented, “I don’t really believe in the outcome of this meeting, but I’ll allow them to try so that no Ukrainian would have any doubt that I attempted to bring the situation to a close.”

Putin instructs Russia’s military to prepare nuclear weapons for use in the event of a crisis.

According to the Russian news agency TASS, President Vladimir Putin of Russia recently ordered the country’s nuclear deterrent forces to be placed on high alert when Ukraine agreed to have negotiations with the United States in Belarus. The anatomic deterrent force has been assigned to “special combat duty” in response to the West’s condemnation of Russia’s involvement in the Ukraine conflict.

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s nuclear rhetoric, which NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg termed “dangerous,” has sparked concern. In an interview with CNN, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stated that the rhetoric was “alarming.” “We have to exercise caution.” Going about one’s everyday business in this manner is dangerous and irresponsible, and one should avoid doing so.

Ukraine’s next 24 hours are critical.

The Ukrainian Prime Minister, Oleksandr Zelensky, cautioned British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in a phone conversation that the country’s next 24 hours are vital for the country’s survival. Prime Minister David Cameron has committed to doing everything in his power to ensure that defense supplies offered by the United Kingdom and its allies reach Ukraine within the next 24 hours, which President Zelenskiy has described as “a critical period of time.” Prime Minister David Cameron’s commitment comes in response to a request from the Prime Minister’s Office.

In the beginning, the EU paid for and sent weapons to Ukraine through European Union funding.

Ukrainian fighter jets from the European Union are due to arrive today as part of the EU’s military assistance to the country. Europe has taken an unprecedented step by subsidizing the purchase and delivery of weapons to a country on the verge of civil war, a move that has never been done before.

The European Commission President, Ursula von der Leyen, stated that Ukraine had been admitted as a member of the European Union after a ruling in the country’s favor by the European Court of Justice. She recognized that, over time, they had come to be considered our property. A group said this of individuals: We want them here because they are one of us,” they explained.

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