Renewal of Ukraine: Vitali Klitschko says he will fight to the death, Russia’s envoy UN announced on Tuesday a temporary ceasefire

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Update Ukraine: Vitali Klitschko Russia says UN envoy announces temporary ceasefire on Tuesday

Robert Brizel, Real Combat Media’s chief boxing correspondent

Kyiv, Ukraine (March 8, 2022) – In a completely new development in the war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, Russian Ambassador to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said that the Russian Federation at 10 am in Ukraine on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 Moscow time, will impose a temporary ceasefire. and open humanitarian corridors for the evacuation of citizens from Kiev, Chernihiv, Sumy and Mariupol. Nebenzya took the floor Monday at the end of a UN Security Council meeting in Manhattan on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine to make an announcement.

“There are no requirements in this proposal to send citizens to Russia, to the territory of Russia. It is also proposed (option) to evacuate in the direction of Ukrainian cities west of Kiev, and ultimately it will be the choice of the people themselves (relatively), where they want to be evacuated, “- said Nebenzia.

Meanwhile, on the twelfth day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, in a video on Monday, March 7, 2022, posted on his Instagram account, the former world heavyweight champion and mayor of Kiev promised that he and the people of his city will be ready to defend it . death. “I can tell you that no one (here now) will leave Kyiv. Every house, every street, every checkpoint will be resisted to death if need be. No one wants to die. Nobody wants to die. But if (needed), we will first protect our children and our families. Even if our homes are destroyed and our future is painted red and they want to grab us (as prisoners), it won’t happen, I’m sure. I thank every patriot who is ready to defend his home and our future today. “

At the time of writing, current and former world boxing champions Vitali Klitschko and brother Vladimir Klitschko, Alexander Usik and Vasily Lomachenko remain in combat on the front line. Ukraine says its forces have killed more than 11,000 Russian servicemen. Russia has confirmed about 500 losses.

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Renewal of Ukraine: Vitali Klitschko says he will fight to the death, Russia’s envoy UN announced on Tuesday a temporary ceasefire

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