Cristiano Ronaldo sends message following Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Cristiano Ronaldo sends message following Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Cristiano Ronaldo sends message following Russia's invasion of Ukraine
دیگران چه می خوانند:
Cristiano Ronaldo sends message following Russia's invasion of Ukraine Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has sent a strong message in light of the conflict Russia's military invasion of Ukraine has hurt the feelings of people around the world. Many celebrities, including Cristiano Ronaldo, reacted to this inhumane act. Cristiano Ronaldo has the most followers on Instagram. Cristiano Ronaldo shared a post. Cristiano Ronaldo's post is about the war that Russia has started. Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has sent a strong message in light of the conflict Cristiano Ronaldo has sent a strong message calling for peace after Russia's invasion of Ukraine. A whole host of footballers from all over the world have taken the opportunity to condemn Russia's actions and the 37-year-old has now become the latest to have his say. On his Instagram story to his 406m followers, Ronaldo said: "We need to create a better world for our children. Praying for peace in our world." In the hours after the invasion from Russian troops, Manchester turned yellow and blue as hundreds turned out for a vigil in the city centre. United's sponsorship with Russian airline Aeroflot was terminated as a result of the act of aggression from the country headed by Vladimir Putin. Ralf Rangnick also discussed the situation in Ukraine during his pre-match press conference ahead of the visit of Watford, describing it as a "human disaster". He said on Friday: "Everybody has the same opinion about what’s happening there. "This is a human disaster what’s happened there for all of the people involved. "Right now, as far as I can tell, the situation in Russia and especially in Moscow is relatively safe but that doesn’t change the whole situation which is desperately sad. "When I watch TV in the morning or the evening I still cannot believe what I see there. "It’s a terrible situation and I very, very much hope that politicians all over the world can help de-escalate the situation and finish with those kind of things that are happening there." Russian forces advance inside Ukraine Russian troops pressed towards Ukraine’s capital on Saturday after a night of explosions and street fighting that sent Kyiv residents seeking shelter underground. The death toll so far in the Russian invasion of Ukraine is at least 198, according to the Ukrainian health ministry. Three children are among those dead. The ministry’s head was quoted by the Interfax news agency as saying 1,115 people had been injured, including 33 children. The Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said at press briefing that his country would triumph over Russian forces. He said Ukrainian forces controlled Kyiv and key areas, adding: “We are defending our land and the future of our children.” More European countries are in favour of cutting Russia out of the Swift global payments system, Zelenskiy and the Ukrainian foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, have said. France supported the move, said Kuleba, while the Cypriot finance minister said his country was not opposed. In Italy, the leader of PD, a main coalition party, said Rome would support a block. Germany is in talks over approving the delivery of 400 RPGs to Ukraine by a third country but a decision has not been taken yet. Russia now has at least 50% of its invasion force inside Ukraine but is making slow progress due to unexpectedly stiff resistance, a senior US defence official has said. The official said that the Russian military had still not taken control of any Ukraine city, nor has it gained air superiority over the country, and the US had “indications that the Russians are increasingly frustrated by their lack of momentum over the last 24 hours.” Russia’s former president, Dmitry Medvedev, said Russia could cut diplomatic ties with the west. The Russian RIA news agency reported that the senior lawmaker Andrei Klimov said Russia would decide in which areas it would work with the west and where it no longer made sense to cooperate. A Russian shell has hit a residential building in the centre of Kyiv, Ukraine says. Video shared by Zelenskiy’s press service shows the missile exploding in a private flat, sending smoke and debris into the living room. Russia’s communications regulator has ordered independent media to remove reports describing Moscow’s attack on Ukraine as an “assault, invasion, or declaration of war” or face being blocked and fined. It accused a number of outlets of spreading “unreliable socially significant untrue information” about the shelling of Ukrainian cities by the Russian army and civilian deaths. The UN refugee agency said that nearly 120,000 people have so far fled Ukraine into neighbouring countries to escape the Russian invasion. The agency expects that up to 4 million Ukrainians could flee if the situation deteriorates further. Many Ukrainians have been preparing to fight. City authorities urged residents to stay home and prepare molotov cocktails for a citizen uprising against Russian fighters if they break through defensive lines. In one district, rifles were handed out to any citizen who wanted to fight, and the defence ministry has opened the army to any Ukrainian citizen. Joe Biden has released $350m in military aid to Ukraine. In a memorandum to the secretary of state, Antony Blinken, Biden directed that $350m allocated through the Foreign Assistance Act be designated for Ukraine’s defence. Vladimir Putin on Friday urged the Ukrainian army to overthrow its leadership, whom he labelled as a “gang of drug addicts and neo-Nazis who has lodged itself in Kyiv and taken hostage the entire Ukrainian people”. Prominent Russians have joined protests in Russia or spoken out against the invasion amid at least 1,800 arrests at anti-war rallies. They include pop stars, chatshow hosts and newspaper correspondents who have gone public despite the professional and personal risks that come with political dissent. The UN security council voted on a resolution deploring the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Eleven member states voted for the resolution, three abstained (China, India and UAE), and one voted against (Russia). As Russia holds a veto, the resolution was not upheld. The Council of Europe suspended Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. The 47-nation council announced that Russia was suspended with “immediate effect” from the organisation’s committee of ministers and parliamentary assembly on Friday “as a result of the Russian Federation’s armed attack on Ukraine”. Cristiano Ronaldo sends message following Russia's invasion of Ukraine Source Manchester Evening News The Gardian

Cristiano Ronaldo sends message following Russia's invasion of Ukraine

اخبار وبگردی:

آیا این خبر مفید بود؟