Vladimir Putin’s troops continue their advance on Ukraine and say they will negotiate if the Ukrainian army lays down its arms; Here we present the latest news regarding the Russia-Ukraine conflict on February 25.
(MEXICO – TYT).- Russian troops have advanced into the territory of Ukraine , after taking the Chernobyl nuclear power plant , during the night and early morning explosions were heard in Kiev , the capital of the country, which was already occupied by the foreign army, confirmed the Ukrainian president Volodimir Zelensky .
In a message to the Ukrainians, the president regretted that they were left alone in defending the country against Vladimir Putin ‘s offensive , since although several nations have expressed their support for him, they will not deploy troops in Ukraine.
The Russian incursion caused the markets to turn upside down, the exodus of Ukrainians to leave the country, while others have recalled scenes from the Second World War by taking refuge in the Ukrainian Metro stations, places built after that historical moment just to protect against bombing.
Russia limits access to Facebook; accuses the social network of censorship
Russia reported that it has “limited access” to Facebook since Friday, accusing the US social network of censoring Russian media and violating the rights of Russian citizens and human rights.
“In accordance with the decision of the general prosecutor on the Facebook social network, as of February 25, Roskomnadzor adopts measures to limit its access,” the Roskomnadzor agency said, without specifying the nature of the limitations.
They report an explosion in a building next to the Mexican embassy in Ukraine
An explosion occurred in a building next to the Mexican embassy in Ukraine, preventing Ambassador Olga García from accessing the diplomatic headquarters, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard reported.
The official added that the ambassador is attending from the residence, for which he recognized her “extraordinary courage” for continuing to support Mexicans in Ukraine.
Me informa nuestra embajadora Olga García desde Kiev que no le permitieron acceder a nuestra Embajada porque hubo explosión en edificio contiguo, está atendiendo desde la residencia.Le reconozco su valor extraordinario para seguir apoyando a los mexicanos en Ucrania.— Marcelo Ebrard C. (@m_ebrard) February 25, 2022
Putin calls on Ukraine’s army to seize power
Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Friday for the Ukrainian army to “seize power” in Kiev and overthrow President Volodimir Zelenski and his entourage, calling them “neo-Nazis and drug addicts.”
“Take power in your hands. It seems to me that it will be easier to negotiate between you and me,” Putin launched the Ukrainian army in an intervention on Russian television.
Residents in Kiev are called to make Molotov cocktails to neutralize the enemy
Ukraine’s Defense Ministry called on residents still in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, to make Molotov cocktails as they await the assault by Russian troops.
“Make Molotov cocktails, neutralize the occupant!” Was the instruction of the authorities.
Putin ready to send delegation to negotiate with Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is ready to send a delegation to Minsk, the capital of Belarus, to negotiate with Ukraine after the incursion of his troops into that country.
“Vladimir Putin is willing to send a high-level Russian delegation” to Minsk for “negotiations with a Ukrainian delegation,” his spokesman said.
Russia says yes to dialogue, but if Ukraine lays down its arms
Russia assured that it is willing to sit down to negotiate with Ukraine , but if the Ukrainian forces lay down their arms, it assured that the objective of the so-called “special operation” is to demilitarize that country.
“We are ready to negotiate at any time, as soon as the Ukrainian armed forces listen to our call and lay down their arms,” said Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s chief diplomat.
Russian forces take Kiev, the heart of Ukraine
Vladimir Putin’s offensive by air, land and water against Ukraine has led his troops to occupy Kiev , the Ukrainian capital, for which President Volodimir Zelensky asked his population to seek refuge and stay at home.
“Kiev has already been invaded by sabotage groups of the enemy,” the Ukrainian president said, claiming that he and his family are the target.