Russia-Ukraine War LIVE: NATO asks Russia to seize military action and withdraw from Ukraine

New Delhi: Ukraine’s president declared martial law on Thursday (February 24, 2022) and urged the citizens to not panic as Russia launches military strikes. The Ukraine military said five Russian planes and a Russian helicopter were shot down in Luhansk region.

Amid the conflict, sources in MEA said that the ministry is closely monitoring the situation. “We are closely monitoring the rapidly changing situation. Focus is on safety and security of Indians, particularly students. MEA control room is being expanded and made operational on 24×7 basis,” said sources.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a military operation in Ukraine. In a televised address, Putin said the action comes in response to threats coming from Ukraine. The Russian President added that Russia doesn’t have a goal to occupy Ukraine. Putin also warned other countries that any attempt to interfere with the Russian action would lead to “consequences they have never seen”.

The move comes hours after US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a statement that Russia will invade Ukraine within hours. US President Joe Biden said the “world will hold Russia accountable” over its attack on Ukraine that he warned will cause “catastrophic loss of life.”

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