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Ukraine war: Zelensky declares ‘god will not forgive’ as Russians target civilians

Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed that ‘God will not forgive’ and Ukraine ‘will not forget’ the slaughter of civilians by Russian, saying a ‘day of judgement’ is coming for them as cities were hit by fresh bombardments this morning with Vladimir Putin’s invasion entering its twelfth day.

Zelensky, in a late-night address to his countrymen on the Orthodox Christian holiday of ‘Forgiveness Sunday’, recalled how a family of four were among eight civilians killed by Russian mortars while trying to flee the city of Irpin – near Kyiv – earlier in the day. ‘We will not forgive. We will not forget,’ he told listeners.   

‘We cannot forgive the hundreds upon hundreds of victims. Nor the thousands upon thousands who have suffered,’ he added. ‘God will not forgive. Not today. Not tomorrow. Never.’

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He spoke as Russia claimed it is opening new ‘humanitarian corridors’ out of surrounded cities including Mariupol, Kharkiv, Sumy and Kyiv starting at 7am UK time today in order to allow civilians to evacuate – though few expect Putin’s men to observe the temporary truce after two similar corridors failed at the weekend. 

Red Cross volunteers working in the heavily besieged city of Mariupol said their workers had attempted to use one of the ‘corridors’ out of Mariupol on Sunday, only to find land mines had been laid across it. 

‘Instead of humanitarian corridors, they can only make bloody ones,’ Zelensky said, as Interior Ministry adviser Anton Gerashchenko added: ‘There can be no ‘green corridors’ because only the sick brain of the Russians decides when to start shooting and at whom.’

Shortly after they spoke, columns of smoke were seen rising over the city of Mykolaiv, on Ukraine’s Black Sea coast, as Russian forces resumed shelling. 

The exact number of civilian casualties is unclear, though is estimated by Ukraine to be in the thousands as residential areas of major cities are indiscriminately bombed using thermobaric and cluster munitions amid evidence of ‘hit squads’ targeting civilian vehicles. The UN estimates that 1.5million people have fled the fighting. 

Ukraine claims to be inflicting heavy losses on the invading Russians, with the ministry of defence claiming to have taken out more than 11,000 troops, some 290 tanks, 1,000 armoured personnel carriers, 46 planes, 68 helicopters and 117 artillery pieces as-of Monday morning. None of those figures has been independently verified. Russia has acknowledged taking losses, but gave a figure of 500 deaths last week and has not updated it since.

There were unconfirmed reports early Monday of heavy Russian losses around the captured city of Kherson overnight – with dozens of helicopters taken out alongside artillery columns – but these have also not been verified. 

Britain’s Europe Minister James Cleverly said Russia’s latest offer of a ceasefire and an escape route for civilians was ‘cynical beyond belief’. 

Evacuation routes published by Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency showed that civilians in some areas will only be able to leave towards Russia and Belarus.

Mr Cleverly told BBC Breakfast: ‘It appears cynical beyond belief. There is a view that Vladimir Putin believed there was a widespread desire of Ukrainians to be closer to Russia, to be more Russian. I think that has been proven to be a complete nonsense by the circumstances we are seeing.

‘Providing evacuation routes into the arms of the country that is currently destroying yours is a nonsense.’

He added that ‘ultimately the most humanitarian thing the Russians could do is end this completely illegal, completely unjustified invasion of Ukraine’.

Even as Russia announced a ceasefire starting Monday morning and the opening of humanitarian corridors in several areas, its armed forces continued to pummel Ukrainian cities, with multiple rocket launchers hitting residential buildings.

The limited ceasefire announcement came a day after hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian civilians attempting to flee to safety were forced to shelter from Russian shelling of cities in Ukraine’s center, north and south. Officials from both sides planned a third round of talks Monday.

Russian forces continued their offensive, opening fire on the city of Mykolaiv, 480 kilometers south of the capital of Kyiv, Ukraine’s General Staff said Monday morning. Rescuers said they were putting out fires in residential areas caused by rocket attacks.

Shelling also continued in the suburbs of Kyiv, including Irpin, which has been cut off from electricity, water and heating for three days.

‘Russia continues to carry out rocket, bomb and artillery strikes on the cities and settlements of Ukraine,’ the General Staff said. ‘The invaders continue to use the airfield network of Belarus to carry out air strikes on Ukraine.’

The Russians have also been targeting humanitarian corridors, taking women and children hostage and placing weapons in residential areas of cities, according to the General Staff.

A Russian task force said a ceasefire would start Monday morning, the 12th day of the war, for civilians from Kyiv, the southern port city of Mariupol, Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, and Sumy. It wasn’t immediately clear if fighting would stop beyond the areas mentioned in the task force’s statement, or when the ceasefire would end.

The announcement follows two failed attempts to evacuate civilians from Mariupol, from which the International Committee of the Red Cross estimated 200,000 people were trying to flee.  

Ukrainian soldiers carry a wounded woman out of the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, amid heavy Russian attacks

A woman weeps as the sound of shelling intensifies in the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, with Russians trying to surround the capital ahead of an expected bombardment

A woman weeps as the sound of shelling intensifies in the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, with Russians trying to surround the capital ahead of an expected bombardment

A family-of-four were killed by a Russian mortar round as they tried to flee Irpin on Sunday, with Zelensky vowing God 'will not forgive' troops targeting the innocent and Ukraine 'will not forget'

A family-of-four were killed by a Russian mortar round as they tried to flee Irpin on Sunday, with Zelensky vowing God ‘will not forgive’ troops targeting the innocent and Ukraine ‘will not forget’ 

Russian forces are continuing to pound Mariupol, in the south, Kharkiv, in the east, Chernihiv, in the north, and Mykolaiv, in the south, with artillery - but have made little or no gains in territory in recent days. Forces continue to work to surround the capital Kyiv, though progress has been slow. Attacks on civilian areas on the outskirts have increased

Russian forces are continuing to pound Mariupol, in the south, Kharkiv, in the east, Chernihiv, in the north, and Mykolaiv, in the south, with artillery – but have made little or no gains in territory in recent days. Forces continue to work to surround the capital Kyiv, though progress has been slow. Attacks on civilian areas on the outskirts have increased

After more than a week in stalled positions, Russian forces have made small gains in their attempt to surround and assault Kyiv - with Ukraine saying enough firepower has now been amassed for the mission

After more than a week in stalled positions, Russian forces have made small gains in their attempt to surround and assault Kyiv – with Ukraine saying enough firepower has now been amassed for the mission

People cross an improvised path under a destroyed bridge while fleeing the town of Irpin, Ukraine

People cross an improvised path under a destroyed bridge while fleeing the town of Irpin, Ukraine

Ukrainian firefighters work to extinguish a blaze in an apartment building near Mykolaiv, in southern Ukraine, after it was struck by Russian Smerch rocket launchers in the early hours

Ukrainian firefighters work to extinguish a blaze in an apartment building near Mykolaiv, in southern Ukraine, after it was struck by Russian Smerch rocket launchers in the early hours

Mykolaiv, on Ukraine's Black Sea coast, is coming under increasing attacks by Russia as Putin's forces attempt to push along the coast to attack the country's largest port city at Odessa

Mykolaiv, on Ukraine’s Black Sea coast, is coming under increasing attacks by Russia as Putin’s forces attempt to push along the coast to attack the country’s largest port city at Odessa

Rescuers dismantle the rubble of a destroyed school after Russian troops shelled the city of Chernihiv, to the north of the capital Kyiv, on Monday morning

Rescuers dismantle the rubble of a destroyed school after Russian troops shelled the city of Chernihiv, to the north of the capital Kyiv, on Monday morning

People are seen among debris of residential buildings damaged by shelling, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in Zhytomyr - to the west of Kyiv

People are seen among debris of residential buildings damaged by shelling, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in Zhytomyr – to the west of Kyiv

Civilians cross amid rubble of a damaged bridge in the Irpin city near from Kyiv

Civilians cross amid rubble of a damaged bridge in the Irpin city near from Kyiv

A Ukrainian volunteer fighter helps carry a child for local residents as they evacuate on foot as Russian forces advance and continue to bombard the area with artillery, in Irpin

A Ukrainian volunteer fighter helps carry a child for local residents as they evacuate on foot as Russian forces advance and continue to bombard the area with artillery, in Irpin

Civilians carry children across a damaged bridge in the Irpin city near Kyiv, as the area comes under Russian attack

Civilians carry children across a damaged bridge in the Irpin city near Kyiv, as the area comes under Russian attack

Ukrainian servicemen help an elderly woman in the town of Irpin, which was heavily shelled by Russia at the weekend

Ukrainian servicemen help an elderly woman in the town of Irpin, which was heavily shelled by Russia at the weekend

Local residents evacuate as Russian forces advance and continue to bombard the town with artillery, in Irpin

Local residents evacuate as Russian forces advance and continue to bombard the town with artillery, in Irpin

Ukrainian soldiers help people trying to leave the city amid the collapsed structures and debris in Irpin

Ukrainian soldiers help people trying to leave the city amid the collapsed structures and debris in Irpin

A wife says her goodbyes to her husband who is a member of the Territorial Defense as she evacuates from the city of Irpin

A wife says her goodbyes to her husband who is a member of the Territorial Defense as she evacuates from the city of Irpin

A father says goodbye to his daughter as civilians flee the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, with Russian forces approaching

A father says goodbye to his daughter as civilians flee the city of Irpin, to the west of Kyiv, with Russian forces approaching

Russia and Ukraine have traded blame for the failure. The Russian task force said Monday’s ceasefire and the opening of the corridors was announced at the request of French President Emmanuel Macron, who spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday.

Evacuation routes published by Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency, citing the Defense Ministry, show that civilians will be able to leave to Russia and Belarus. Russian forces will be observing the ceasefire with drones, the task force said. 

Putin said Moscow’s attacks could be halted ‘only if Kyiv ceases hostilities.’ As he has often done, Putin blamed Ukraine for the war, telling Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday that Kyiv needed to stop all hostilities and fulfill ‘the well-known demands of Russia.’ 

Ukraine war: The latest 

  • Russia steps up its shelling as the UN says 1.5 million people have now fled
  • Attempts to evacuate civilians from Mariupol fail again, amid repeated ceasefire violations 
  • Ukraine’s military says it is fighting ‘fierce battles’ on the edge of the southern city of Mykolayiv, 
  • Dozens of civilians are being killed in the battle for Chernihiv in the north
  • A barrage of Russian missiles destroys Vinnytsia airport in central Ukraine
  • Russian shops are told to limit sales of essential foodstuffs to counter black market speculation
  • Thousands more are arrested at anti-war demonstrations in Russia, bringing the total to well over 11,000
  • Vladimir Putin says he will achieve his aims in Ukraine ‘through negotiation or through war’
  • US ‘green lights’ Poland to supply Kyiv with fighter jets, amid fears it could drag NATO into war
  • Antony Blinken says the West is in ‘very active’ discussions about a Russian oil embargo, despite price at all-time high
  • Credit card giants Visa, Mastercard and American Express freeze business in Russia. Russian banks say they will use China’s UnionPay system
  • Consultancy firms KPMG and PwC announce an end to operations in Russia
  • France announces it will send iodine tablets and other medical supplies to Ukraine. They are used to protect against the effects of exposure to radiation
  • krainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says 20,000 international volunteers have joined the fight
  • Netflix suspends services in Russia and social media giant TikTok blocks posting of video content from the country
  • Foreign media including the BBC, CBC, ARD, ZDF, Bloomberg News, CNN, CBS, RAI and EFE have suspended reporting from Russia after Moscow threatened jail terms

With no sign of an end to the fighting, western leaders are now working to figure out the best way of responding to Russia’s attack without escalating the situation into an all-out war in Europe which could evolve into the bloodiest and most-destructive conflict in human history.

Putin has already warned that sanctions imposed by the West on Russian are ‘tantamount to a declaration of war’ and that any attempt to create a no-fly zone over Ukraine – which would involve NATO jets shooting down Russian aircraft and attacking ground-based anti-air systems – would prompt retaliation.

NATO and the US have firmly ruled out the idea of sending forces to fight, despite calls from Zelesnky, but are struggling to gage what other responses might trigger Putin to escalate. According to the New York Times, the question being asked in the White House is: ‘Tell me how we don’t get sucked in to a superpower conflict?’

Instead of directly engaging in the fight with Russia, the U.S. and its allies in the 30-member NATO group were sending weapons to Ukraine; more than 17,000 anti-tank weapons, including Javelin missiles, have been sent by land to Ukraine over the borders of Poland and Romania since the conflict began.

A $350 million package of military aid was approved by Congress on February 26, two days into the conflict, and 70 percent of it was delivered in five days. By contrast, a $60 million arms package to Ukraine agreed to in August was not completed until November, the Pentagon said

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday that Poland has been given a ‘green light’ to supply MiG fighters to Ukraine’s air force – which their pilots are trained to fly – in exchange for American-made F-16s which would be given to Warsaw to ensure its air force is not depleted.

However, Poland described reports that its jets are being sent to Ukraine as ‘fake news’. Back-and-forth reports of Polish fighters being sent to aid Kyiv have been going on since at least last week. There are fears that such a move would lead Putin to step up his attacks, possibly by trying to invade a second country.

If Putin were to target Poland directly, it would suck NATO into the war because Poland is a member of the 30-state alliance – whose members all pledge to defend one-another in the event they are attacked.  

Meanwhile China – which has so-far sought to tread a middle-ground on Ukraine, pacifying western outrage by abstaining on votes at the UN while still cosying up to Russia economically – has offered to mediate peace talks between the two sides.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Monday said the friendship between Beijing and Moscow was still very strong, despite international condemnation of Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, as he offered Beijing’s help in mediating peace.

‘The friendship between the two peoples is rock-solid, and both sides’ future cooperation prospects are very vast,’ said Wang at an annual press briefing, adding that China would send humanitarian aid to Ukraine and was ‘willing to work with the international community to carry out necessary mediation’.

Putin launched his invasion with a string of false accusations against Kyiv, including that it is led by neo-Nazis intent on undermining Russia with the development of nuclear weapons.

As Russian attacks worsened, a brief reprieve from fighting in Mariupol collapsed. Heavy artillery hit residential areas in other large cities, local officials reported.  

Smoke rises over the city of Mykolaiv, on Ukraine's Black Sea coast, early on Monday after Russian rocket attacks

Smoke rises over the city of Mykolaiv, on Ukraine’s Black Sea coast, early on Monday after Russian rocket attacks

Ukrainian firemen scour the rubble of Vinnytsia airport, in central Ukraine, after a Russian airstrike at the weekend that authorities now say killed nine people

Ukrainian firemen scour the rubble of Vinnytsia airport, in central Ukraine, after a Russian airstrike at the weekend that authorities now say killed nine people

Ukrainian emergency services at Vinnytsia Airport

Ukrainian emergency services at Vinnytsia Airport

Ukrainian emergency services search the rubble of Vinnytsia Airport for survivors and victims of a Russian airstrike

Russian tanks are seen moving into the outskirts of Kyiv, as Ukrainians say the Russians have now amassed enough hardware on the city's borders to attempt an assault

Russian tanks are seen moving into the outskirts of Kyiv, as Ukrainians say the Russians have now amassed enough hardware on the city’s borders to attempt an assault

Russian armoured vehicles are seen manouevering near Kyiv, ahead of an expected attack on Ukraine's capital

Russian armoured vehicles are seen manouevering near Kyiv, ahead of an expected attack on Ukraine’s capital

Russian forces have been stalled near Kyiv for several days, but are slowly massing forces ahead of what is expected to be a bloody and brutal attack on the capital

Russian forces have been stalled near Kyiv for several days, but are slowly massing forces ahead of what is expected to be a bloody and brutal attack on the capital

Russian tanks marked with the 'Z' invasion symbol are seen in Donetsk, a rebel-occupied area in Ukraine's east, on Sunday

Russian tanks marked with the ‘Z’ invasion symbol are seen in Donetsk, a rebel-occupied area in Ukraine’s east, on Sunday

Smoke rises from Russian artillery pieces after opening fire on a road near Bugas, in the Donetsk region of Ukraine

Smoke rises from Russian artillery pieces after opening fire on a road near Bugas, in the Donetsk region of Ukraine

Pro-Russian separatists, in uniforms without insignia, are seen in the pro-Russian separatists-controlled Donetsk

Pro-Russian separatists, in uniforms without insignia, are seen in the pro-Russian separatists-controlled Donetsk

Pro-Russian separatist forces are transported to join the fighting in the rebel-occupied Ukrainian region of Donetsk

Pro-Russian separatist forces are transported to join the fighting in the rebel-occupied Ukrainian region of Donetsk

Russian armoured vehicles are seen taking up firing positions in the rebel-occupied Donetsk region of Ukraine

Russian armoured vehicles are seen taking up firing positions in the rebel-occupied Donetsk region of Ukraine

Pro-Russian separatists, in uniforms without insignia, are seen in the pro-Russian separatists-controlled Donetsk

Pro-Russian separatists, in uniforms without insignia, are seen in the pro-Russian separatists-controlled Donetsk

Presidential adviser Oleksiy Arestovich described a ‘catastrophic’ situation in the Kyiv suburbs of Bucha, Hostomel and Irpin, where efforts to evacuate residents on Sunday failed. About eight civilians, including a family, were killed by Russian shelling in Irpin, according to Mayor Oleksander Markyshin.

Video footage showed a shell slamming into a city street, not far from a bridge used by people fleeing the fighting. A group of fighters could be seen trying to help the family. Arestovich said the government was doing all it could to resume evacuations. 

‘This is likely to represent an effort to break Ukrainian morale,’ the U.K. Ministry of Defense said of Russian tactics as the war entered its 12th day Monday. Fighting has caused 1.5 million people to flee the country, which the head of the U.N. refugee agency called ‘the fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War II.’

British military officials compared Russia’s tactics to those Moscow used in Chechnya and Syria, where surrounded cities were pulverized by airstrikes and artillery.

Food, water, medicine and almost all other supplies were in desperately short supply in Mariupol, where Russian and Ukrainian forces had agreed to an 11-hour cease-fire that would allow civilians and the wounded to be evacuated. But Russian attacks quickly closed the humanitarian corridor, Ukrainian officials said.

The handful of residents who managed to flee the city before the humanitarian corridor closed said the city of 430,000 had been devastated.

‘We saw everything: houses burning, all the people sitting in basements,’ said Yelena Zamay, who fled to one of the self-proclaimed republics in eastern Ukraine held by pro-Russian separatists. ‘No communication, no water, no gas, no light, no water. There was nothing.’

Russia has made significant advances in southern Ukraine as it seeks to block access to the Sea of Azov. Capturing Mariupol could allow Moscow to establish a land corridor to Crimea, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014 in a move that most other countries considered illegal.

But much of the Russian advance has become stalled, including an immense military convoy that has been almost motionless for days north of Kyiv.

A senior US defense official said Sunday that the U.S. assesses that about 95% of the Russian forces that had been arrayed around Ukraine are now inside the country. 

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss military assessments, said Russian forces continue to advance in an attempt to isolate Kyiv, Kharkhiv and Chernihiv, but are being met with strong Ukrainian resistance.

Emergency officials in the Kharkiv region said Monday that overnight shelling killed at least eight people and wrecked residential buildings, medical and education facilities and administrative buildings.

Ukraine’s professional and volunteer fighters have fought with great tenacity, though they are greatly outmatched by the Russian army. Volunteers lined up Saturday in Kyiv to join the military. Ukraine is also planning to fill an international legion with 20,000 volunteers from dozens of countries, though it was not clear how many were in Ukraine.

A Ukrainian soldier aids a victim of a mortar attacks from Russian forces in Irpin, to the west of Kyiv

A Ukrainian soldier aids a victim of a mortar attacks from Russian forces in Irpin, to the west of Kyiv

Refugees, mostly women and children, wait in a crowd for transportation after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

Refugees, mostly women and children, wait in a crowd for transportation after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

A woman covers herself with a blanket to keep warm after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

A woman covers herself with a blanket to keep warm after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

Refugees, mostly women and children, wait in a crowd for transportation after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

Refugees, mostly women and children, wait in a crowd for transportation after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

A woman feeds a baby after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

A woman feeds a baby after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland

Refugees wait in a crowd for transportation after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border in Medyka, Poland

Refugees wait in a crowd for transportation after fleeing from the Ukraine and arriving at the border in Medyka, Poland

A woman with a child arrives at the border crossing after fleeing from the Ukraine in Medyka, Poland

A woman with a child arrives at the border crossing after fleeing from the Ukraine in Medyka, Poland

‘The whole world today is on Ukraine’s side, not only in words but in deeds,’ Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Ukrainian television Sunday night.

The West has broadly backed Ukraine, offering aid and weapon shipments and slapping Russia with vast sanctions. But no NATO troops have been sent to Ukraine.

Zelenskyy has also heaped criticism on Western leaders for not responding with more force to Russia. He reiterated a request for foreign protectors to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine, which NATO so far has ruled out because of concerns such an action would lead to a far wider war.

Zelenskyy also asked the United States and NATO countries to send more warplanes to Ukraine. But that idea is complicated by questions about how to provide aircraft to Ukrainian pilots.

He later urged the West to tighten its sanctions on Russia, saying that ‘the audacity of the aggressor is a clear signal’ that existing sanctions are not enough.

Russia has become increasingly isolated in the days since the invasion began, closing itself off to outside sources of information as sanctions bite deeply into its economy. The ruble has plunged in value, and dozens of multinational companies ended or dramatically scaled back their work in the country.

On Sunday, American Express announced it would suspend operations in Russia, as well as in Russian-allied Belarus. Also, two of the so-called Big Four accounting firms, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers, said Sunday they would end their relationships with their Russia-based member firms.

TikTok announced Sunday that Russian users would not be able to post new videos or see videos shared from elsewhere in the world. The company blamed Moscow’s new ‘fake news’ law, which makes it illegal, among other things, to describe the fighting as an invasion. Netflix also cut its service to Russia but provided no details.

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Congress is exploring how to further isolate Russia from the global economy, including banning the import of its oil and energy products into the United States.

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