Ukraine latest: NATO countries urged to send more weapons to Kyiv, 5,000 civilians believed killed in Mariupol


NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg is calling on customers of the organisation to offer far more weapons for Ukraine and not just defensive anti-tank and anti-aircraft arms.

Ukraine’s jap regions of Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk are now observing the worst of the preventing immediately after Russia’s invasion, right after Moscow’s forces withdrew from close to the money Kyiv.

Officers continue on to count the number of civilian fatalities close to Kyiv and in Ukraine’s south-east, while amassing evidence of alleged Russian atrocities.

Here is the latest on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine:

NATO customers questioned to source more weapons

As NATO defence ministers gathered in Brussels, Mr Stoltenberg explained: “I have urged allies to present even more assist of many various varieties of units, the two light weapons but also heavier weapons.”


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