NATO rejects Ukraine’s demand for no-fly zone


NATO rejects Ukraine’s demand for no-fly zone
Hafiz Muhammad Awais

NATO Secretary Stoltenberg has warned that: “The coming days are likely to get worse with more deaths, more suffering and more destruction.”

NATO rejects Ukraine’s demand for no-fly zone
NATO Secretary Stoltenberg has warned that: “The coming days are likely to get worse with more deaths, more suffering and more destruction, as the Russian armed forces have brought heavy weapons and continue their attacks across the country.”

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said that “no-fly zones will not be imposed on Ukraine following Kiev’s call for help in stopping the Russian bombing.”

Stoltenberg said after an emergency meeting with NATO foreign ministers: “The only way to implement a no-fly zone is to send NATO fighter jets into Ukrainian airspace and then shoot down Russian planes and apply this no-fly zone.”

“If we do, we will be in a situation that will result in a complete war in Europe that will involve many more countries and face a lot of human suffering. So that’s why we It took a painful decision
This position has been demonstrated by the US-led bloc, despite appeals from the Ukrainian leadership to help stop the bombing of cities across the country

NATO Secretary Stoltenberg has warned that: “The coming days are likely to get worse with more deaths, more suffering and more destruction, as the Russian armed forces have brought heavy weapons and continue their attacks across the country.”

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kliba addressed the NATO alliance meeting via video link to Kiev

He then tweeted: “My message is: act now before it’s too late. (Russian President Vladimir) Don’t let Putin turn Ukraine into Syria. We are ready to fight. We will continue to fight. But we still need our partners to help with concrete, determined and effective initiatives

NATO members have sent thousands of troops to Eastern Europe to strengthen Russia’s closest alliance and are sending weapons to help Ukraine defend itself

“We will continue to do what we have to do to protect and defend every inch of NATO,” Stoltenberg said. NATO is a defense alliance. Our main goal is to protect our 30 countries

“We are not part of this conflict and it is our responsibility to make sure that it does not move beyond Ukraine.”

Ukraine has said that if NATO is not ready to close our airspace, allies should provide warplanes and air defense systems to help prevent Russian airstrikes

European countries have so far said they will not send planes and most of the weapons delivered include light weapons, anti-tank and shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles

The whole world is against Vladimir Putin, the Ukrainian ambassador

The Ukrainian ambassador to the United Nations said that in order to investigate the atrocities committed after the Russian invasion, Jamia should know President Vladimir Putin by a strong vote in the UN Human Rights Council that “the whole world is against you.”

News agency France Press ( AFP) According to Ukrainian Ambassador Yohnia Filipino, speaking to reporters after the vote, said: “The message for Vladimir Putin is clear that you are the cutest on the world stage and the whole world is against you.”
Ukrainian officials say Russian shelling on Friday morning has put out fires at Europe’s largest nuclear plant

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Moscow of committing “nuclear terrorism” and wanted to “repeat” the Chernobyl disaster, and Russian forces deliberately attacked a nuclear power plant

Russian forces shelled Europe’s largest nuclear plant in Ukraine in the morning, setting the plant on fire and fearing that radiation could be emitted from the destroyed power station

Andrei Tz, a spokesman for the Zaporizia nuclear plant in the city of Enroder, told Ukrainian television on Thursday night that the Russian army had shelled a plant in the city, causing six installation reactors. A fire broke out in one of them
He said the reactor was not working due to repairs but it contained nuclear fuel

The plant supplies about 25% of Ukraine’s electricity generation

A plant spokesman said firefighters could not get close to the fire because they too were being fired

The spokesman said in a video message: “We demand that heavy weapons be stopped because Europe’s largest nuclear plant is in real danger of nuclear catastrophe.”

The attack raises fears that it could damage one of Ukraine’s 15 nuclear reactors and create another emergency, similar to the 1986 Chernobyl accident

The mayor of Enroder had earlier said that Ukrainian forces were fighting Russian troops on the outskirts of the city. Footage from the city, which has a population of over 50,000, is sparkling flames and black smoke

Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear energy company reported that a Russian military contingent was heading for a nuclear plant where loud bullets and rocket fire were heard on Thursday night

According to British news agency Reuters, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dimitro Koliba said in a tweet that “the Russian army is shelling Europe’s largest nuclear power plant from all sides.”

He tweeted to the Russians to stop attacking the nuclear plant and allow firefighters’ teams to enter

Russia has already seized the Chernobyl plant, about 100 km north of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev

“Europe must wake up now,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video message after the attack on the nuclear plant

He said Russian tanks were shelling nuclear units. “These are tanks equipped with thermal imagers so they know where they are attacking. They were preparing for it

“We need to stop the Russian army immediately,” he said. Demand from your politicians. There are 15 nuclear units in Ukraine. If there is an explosion, everything will end. This will be the end of Europe — just immediate from Europe Only action can stop Russian troops. Protect Europe from nuclear catastrophe
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a tweet that it was aware of reports of shelling of the power plant and was in contact with Ukrainian authorities about the situation

Attacks on Ukraine will not decrease, Putin

According to The Independent, Vladimir Putin is determined to continue bombing Ukraine “to the end” despite a request from Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to stop the attack

Through phone and video calls on Thursday, the Russian president accused Kiev of using human shields and behaving “like Nazis”, calling his deadly soldiers heroes and claiming that Russian attacks were “planned”. Is happening.

He told members of his Kremlin Security Council that Russia had only bombed military installations and that troops had not targeted residential areas

Despite this claim, the bodies of Ukrainian citizens have been recovered from destroyed homes since the Russian invasion

In a call with French President Emmanuel Macquarie, Putin appeared so fearless by international condemnation that an official at the French president’s residence, Elise, clearly concluded: “We can expect the worst to come. Is. ‘

Putin insisted in an hour and a half call that the attack would not be reduced, blaming the West for the conflict and at the same time “refusing to bomb Kiev”, the official said

The United States decides to grant asylum to Ukrainian citizens

The Biden administration on Thursday offered humanitarian assistance to Ukrainian citizens in the United States, which could save thousands from deporting their war-torn homeland

According to the Associated Press, the offer allows Ukrainian citizens to stay in the United States for up to 18 months under a federal program, but Ukrainian citizens must be in the United States at least Tuesday to be eligible for the program. ۔

The administration said the decision was made because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the largest military operation in Europe since World War II. The attack has sparked a humanitarian crisis that has left more than 1 million people stranded Have migrated
“The war and irrational violence that resulted from Russia’s pre-planned and unprovoked attack on Ukraine have forced Ukrainian citizens to seek refuge in other countries,” said Homeland Security Secretary Alehandrova N. Meerkas. ‘

According to the Migration Policy Institute, 30,000 Ukrainian citizens in the United States can benefit from this program


Hafiz Muhammad Awais