The Russian attack on Ukraine 564 civilians were killed and 2.5 million displaced

The Russian attack on Ukraine 564 civilians were killed and 2.5 million displaced  The military attack launched by the Russian forces on Ukraine resulted in the deaths of 564 civilians and 982 wounded, in addition to more than two million displaced people, according to the United Nations.  The United Nations announced that 564 civilians were killed and 982 wounded as of Friday, as a result of the Russian attack on Ukraine. This came from the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rose Marie DiCarlo, during an emergency session currently being held by the Security Council on the Ukraine-Russia crisis.  The UN official said: "The number of victims of the Russian invasion of Ukraine has reached a total of 1,546 civilian casualties, including 564 dead and 982 wounded, since the beginning of the invasion on February 24 until today."  "The number of Ukrainian refugees has reached 2.5 million, and the number is increasing every day," she added.  She noted that "the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has received credible reports of the use of cluster munitions by Russian forces in Ukraine, including in populated areas."  "The United Nations is committed to the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine, within its internationally recognized borders We must do everything in our power to find a solution and end this war now," she stressed.  And she continued, "As of March 10, the World Health Organization has verified 26 attacks on health facilities, health workers and ambulances, resulting in 12 deaths and 34 injuries."  Rose-Marie warned that Russian forces would continue their offensive operations, besieging several cities in southern, eastern and northern Ukraine, and along several roads to the capital, Kyiv, a large crowd of Russian forces.  And it stated that "most of the recorded civilian casualties, including children, were caused by explosive weapons with a wide range of impact, including heavy artillery, multiple launch missile systems, and missile and air strikes."  The Russian authorities did not issue an immediate comment on these accusations, but they have repeatedly declared that their military operation in Ukraine is not directed against civilians, and targets only military targets.

The military attack launched by the Russian forces on Ukraine resulted in the deaths of 564 civilians and 982 wounded, in addition to more than two million displaced people, according to the United Nations.


The United Nations announced that 564 civilians were killed and 982 wounded as of Friday, as a result of the Russian attack on Ukraine.
This came from the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rose Marie DiCarlo, during an emergency session currently being held by the Security Council on the Ukraine-Russia crisis.

The UN official said: "The number of victims of the Russian invasion of Ukraine has reached a total of 1,546 civilian casualties, including 564 dead and 982 wounded, since the beginning of the invasion on February 24 until today."

"The number of Ukrainian refugees has reached 2.5 million, and the number is increasing every day," she added.

She noted that "the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has received credible reports of the use of cluster munitions by Russian forces in Ukraine, including in populated areas."

"The United Nations is committed to the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine, within its internationally recognized borders We must do everything in our power to find a solution and end this war now," she stressed.

And she continued, "As of March 10, the World Health Organization has verified 26 attacks on health facilities, health workers and ambulances, resulting in 12 deaths and 34 injuries."

Rose-Marie warned that Russian forces would continue their offensive operations, besieging several cities in southern, eastern and northern Ukraine, and along several roads to the capital, Kyiv, a large crowd of Russian forces.

And it stated that "most of the recorded civilian casualties, including children, were caused by explosive weapons with a wide range of impact, including heavy artillery, multiple launch missile systems, and missile and air strikes."

The Russian authorities did not issue an immediate comment on these accusations, but they have repeatedly declared that their military operation in Ukraine is not directed against civilians, and targets only military targets.

President Erdogan: The current world order is one of the causes of problems around the world  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the current world order is one of the causes of problems in the world and that a more just world order must be established. He stressed that diplomacy's first duty is not to establish peace, but to consolidate it and stabilize stability, otherwise the pain will continue.  Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the current world order is one of the causes of problems in the world and that a more just world order must be established.  In his speech at the opening of the Antalya Diplomatic Forum in the Turkish state of Antalya, Erdogan stressed that a more just world order must be established, and we always say that the world is greater than the five permanent members of the Security Council.  He added, "We want a global system that takes into account the interests of all countries in the world, not just the five permanent members." The Turkish president pointed out that the role of the Security Council has become ineffective and that the system that was established after World War II has gone bankrupt.  And he added: "Temporary membership in the Security Council is useless, and the world's attachment to the positions of the five permanent members is a useless system."  With regard to the Ukrainian crisis, Erdogan said that diplomacy's first duty is not to establish peace but to consolidate it and stabilize stability, otherwise the pain will continue.  "The fact that the first high-level contact between Russia and Ukraine took place here yesterday shows that the Antalya Diplomatic Forum has begun to achieve its goal," he explained.  "Ukraine has been left alone in its just cause, and our grief increases when we see the innocents who have died," he said. The Turkish president also stressed that the aggression against a neighboring country cannot be tolerated, and "we reject Russia's annexation of Crimea. Fascist practices against citizens of Russian origin who live in the Western world and Russian culture can never be accepted."  The second edition of the Antalya Diplomatic Forum kicked off on Friday in the Turkish city of Antalya under the slogan "Rebuilding Diplomacy". The forum comes in its second edition to stress the importance of diplomatic efforts, especially in times of war, coinciding with the continuation of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.  The forum will be held at the "Nest" Exhibition and Convention Center in Antalya from March 11-13 under the slogan "Rebuilding Diplomacy", and Anadolu Agency participates in it as a "media partner".

President Erdogan: The current world order is one of the causes of problems around the world


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the current world order is one of the causes of problems in the world and that a more just world order must be established. He stressed that diplomacy's first duty is not to establish peace, but to consolidate it and stabilize stability, otherwise the pain will continue.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the current world order is one of the causes of problems in the world and that a more just world order must be established.

In his speech at the opening of the Antalya Diplomatic Forum in the Turkish state of Antalya, Erdogan stressed that a more just world order must be established, and we always say that the world is greater than the five permanent members of the Security Council.

He added, "We want a global system that takes into account the interests of all countries in the world, not just the five permanent members."
The Turkish president pointed out that the role of the Security Council has become ineffective and that the system that was established after World War II has gone bankrupt.

And he added: "Temporary membership in the Security Council is useless, and the world's attachment to the positions of the five permanent members is a useless system."

With regard to the Ukrainian crisis, Erdogan said that diplomacy's first duty is not to establish peace but to consolidate it and stabilize stability, otherwise the pain will continue.

"The fact that the first high-level contact between Russia and Ukraine took place here yesterday shows that the Antalya Diplomatic Forum has begun to achieve its goal," he explained.

"Ukraine has been left alone in its just cause, and our grief increases when we see the innocents who have died," he said.
The Turkish president also stressed that the aggression against a neighboring country cannot be tolerated, and "we reject Russia's annexation of Crimea. Fascist practices against citizens of Russian origin who live in the Western world and Russian culture can never be accepted."

The second edition of the Antalya Diplomatic Forum kicked off on Friday in the Turkish city of Antalya under the slogan "Rebuilding Diplomacy".
The forum comes in its second edition to stress the importance of diplomatic efforts, especially in times of war, coinciding with the continuation of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.

The forum will be held at the "Nest" Exhibition and Convention Center in Antalya from March 11-13 under the slogan "Rebuilding Diplomacy", and Anadolu Agency participates in it as a "media partner".
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