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Live updates from the Russia-Ukraine conflict:

The United States hopes that India, which is committed to a rules-based international order, will stand by it in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, which the Biden administration says seems imminent, Moscow adding 7,000 troops to the Ukrainian border in recent times. days.

Meanwhile, the Civil Aviation Ministry has removed restrictions on the number of flights that can be operated between India and Ukraine under the bilateral air bubble agreement to facilitate travel of Indians in the Eastern European nation, according to a senior official.

Here are the live updates from the Russian-Ukrainian conflict today:

  • The EU keeps India informed of its assessment of the situation in Ukraine: The European Union (EU) has kept India updated on its assessment of the situation in Ukraine and the possible consequences the group has foreseen for Russia if it invades the Eastern European country. An EU official said on Wednesday India was a ‘friend and partner’ and the bloc of 27 was in constant contact with New Delhi over the Ukraine crisis and was doing ‘everything possible’ to explore all avenues to defuse the situation through diplomacy and dialogue.
  • The US dollar soars on Ukraine after Russia announces the attack: The dollar rebounded in Thursday’s Asian session after a Russian report of mortar fire in eastern Ukraine worried investors about a broader war rushing over security. The Russian-backed rebels have accused Ukrainian forces of shelling their territory in violation of agreements aimed at ending the conflict in disputed Donbass, the RIA news agency reported. The euro slipped as much as 0.4% on the report, before recovering slightly to $1.1340. The risk-sensitive Australian dollar lost as much as 0.6%. The safe-haven yen rose about 0.2% to 115.24 to the dollar.
  • The Ministry of Aviation is removing the restriction on the number of flights and seats between India and Ukraine in an air bubble arrangement.
  • US hopes India will support America if Russia attacks Ukraine: The United States hopes that India, which is committed to a rules-based international order, will stand by it in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, which the Biden administration says seems imminent, Moscow adding 7,000 troops to the Ukrainian border in recent times. days. State Department spokesman Ned Price said Wednesday there was a discussion on Russia and Ukraine at the recently concluded quadruple ministerial meeting in Melbourne, which included foreign ministers from Australia, India, Japan and the United States. He said there was a strong consensus at this meeting on the need for a diplomatic and peaceful resolution of the Ukrainian crisis.
  • The Russian invasion of Ukraine can happen at any time now, the White House says: A Russian invasion of Ukraine can happen anytime now, the White House said Wednesday as President Joe Biden announced plans to send Vice President Kamala Harris and Secretary of State Tony Blinken to assist. at the Munich conference to meet world leaders and unite them against Moscow. White House press secretary Jen Psaki predicted an attack could occur at any time. “We are in the window where we believe an attack could occur at any time, and that would be preceded by a fabricated pretext that the Russians are using as an excuse to launch an invasion,” Psaki told reporters during his conference. daily Press.
  • Doubting Russia’s exit, NATO seeks to strengthen its defenses: NATO member nations on Wednesday discussed new ways to bolster the defenses of nations on the organization’s eastern flank as Russia’s military buildup around Ukraine fuels one of the biggest security crises in Europe for decades.
  • —With agency contributions

    (Edited by : Ajay Vaishnav)

    First post: STI




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