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Ukraine is Under Martial Law

Ukraine is Under Martial Law

Ukraine is under martial law as its leaders find ways to protect the civilians from the “provocative actions of the enemy”. As Russia continues to bombard the major cities of the country, nighttime curfews are implemented.

The head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Pavliuk announced the curfews on Monday. No one is allowed to go out from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM local time.

“We remind you that during the curfew, it is forbidden to be on the street and in other public places, to move by transport, or on foot,” he said. The only ones exempted are those who work on critical infrastructures that hold a special permit.

“During martial law, it is important to adhere to requirements and decisions that are implemented on the ground. Such measures help protect the population from provocative actions of the enemy, “ he added.

In Russia, foreign minister Sergey Lavrov acknowledged the danger of nuclear war and says they are working on lowering the possibility of it.

“It is real and it cannot be underestimated,” he said during an interview. He referenced a declaration on nuclear war saying “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought,” Lavrov said the “inadmissibility of nuclear war” remained Russia’s “principled position”.

He added that the fears of nuclear war are due to the west’s inability to trust Russia. He added that the failure to find a successor to the 1980s treaty between Russia and the US was a cause. The treaty was formed back then to ban the use of medium-range nuclear weapons. This pact collapsed in 2019 when the west did not respond to President Vladimir Putin’s offer to suspend the deployment of such weapons.

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