Day XXV of the war | Zelensky: Terror in Mariupol will go down in history (Minute by minute developments)

the xxv day of the Zelensky war, the terror in Mariupol will go down in history, minute by minute developments
the xxv day of the Zelensky war, the terror in Mariupol will go down in history, minute by minute developments

08:13 20/03/2022

HOURLY UPDATED NEWS 08:30

◾The president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has again called for peace talks with Russia and has condemned the "war crimes" in Mariupol, which according to him will be remembered for centuries.

◾ Mariupol officials say thousands of evacuated residents have been forcibly sent to Russia over the past week.

◾More than 6,000 people were evacuated yesterday following the agreement on humanitarian corridors with Russia, according to Ukraine's deputy prime minister. This includes more than 4000 people from Mariupol.

◾Yesterday, it was confirmed that a Russian missile hit a military barracks in the southern city of Mykolaiv, where 200 soldiers were sleeping.

◾According to the UN, at least 847 Ukrainian civilians, including 64 children, have been killed since the start of the war.

◾About 3.3 million Ukrainian refugees have left their country so far, more than two million of whom have entered Poland.

The art school in Mariupol is bombed

Mariupol city council claims Russian troops bombed an art school in the besieged southern city where 400 people were taking refuge from the war. Officials say the building collapsed Saturday night and people are trapped under the rubble. It is learned that women, children and the elderly were sheltered inside.

It is not yet known if there are any victims.

The attack follows the bombing of a theater in Mariupol last week, which left hundreds of people trapped under rubble in a basement shelter.

Mariupol has faced some of the worst bombing of the war with Russia, with thousands left without access to electricity and water for days.

More than 2,400 people are reported to have been killed in the city.

Zelensky: The siege of Mariupol, an act of terror that will be remembered for centuries to come

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russia's siege of Mariupol will go down in the history of responsibility for war crimes. During his speech to the Ukrainian people, he said:

"To do this in a peaceful city, what the invaders did, is an act of terror that will be remembered for centuries to come."

He told Ukrainians that the ongoing negotiations with Russia were not "easy or pleasant, but they are necessary."

"Ukraine has always sought a peaceful solution," he said. "Moreover, we are interested in peace now."

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