Biden is sleeping. Half of Russians believe it is RIGHT to use military force to keep Ukraine out of NATO

Explosions rock Kiev and Odessa moments after Putin orders invasion, saying he wants to ‘demilitarize’ and not occupy Ukraine then tells opposition soldiers to lay down their arms – in 5.50am address to his nation 

Putin announces launch of ‘special military operation’ into Ukraine at the same time as UN Secretary-General Guterres begs Russian leader to ‘give peace a chance’: Explosions are heard in capital of Kiev as well as Ukrainian cities of Mariupol and Kharkiv

  • President Vladimir Putin announced just before 6am on Thursday in Moscow that Russia has invaded Ukraine

  • Putin said that he was undertaking a ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, and that his goal is to demilitarize the country, but not occupy it

  • Explosions could be heard in the early hours of Thursday morning across the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, on the frontlines of the contested Donetsk territory

  • In Mykolaiv, 400 miles to the east of Mariupol, residents reported sounds of fierce exchanges of gunfire

  • Flights over Ukrainian airspace appeared to have been suspended with an El Al plane from Tel Aviv to Toronto turning back when it entered the territory 

  • Russian military leaders have gone to their command center, and cyber attacks are underway, according to a U.S. official 

  • An emergency meeting of the UN Security is being held in New York, and Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged Putin to ‘give peace a chance’


Russia has invaded Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin told the nation just before 6am on Thursday in Moscow – saying he was launching a ‘special military operation’ but was not intending on occupying the country.

As he was speaking, the United Nations Security Council was holding an emergency session, and urging Putin to pull back.

But it was too late. 

Explosions were reported in the southern Ukrainian city of Mariupol in the early hours of Thursday, and unverified footage on social media showed flashpoints across the south of Ukraine. 

Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations, urged Vladimir Putin to stop his tanks. 

‘If indeed an operation is being prepared, I have only one thing to say from the bottom of my heart,’ said Guterres. 

‘President Putin, stop your troops from attacking Ukraine. Give peace a chance. Too many people have already died.’ 

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., said that she had spoken to President Joe Biden minutes earlier, and he conveyed his firm support for Ukraine’s government.

‘A full scale invasion into Ukraine by Russia is imminent,’ said Thomas-Greenfield.


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