The President of Russia will re-impose the ceasefire agreement for several Ukrainian cities tomorrow, it has been announced.
Russian media have reported that Vladimir Putin will introduce a “silent mode” so that civilians can flee from Kyiv, Kharkov, Chernigov, Sumy and Mariupol.
Moscow ceasefire violation on Saturday just hours after agreeing to allow civilians to escape Mariupol and Volnovakha.
Despite the agreement, Russian forces opened fire and the people fled.
The new ceasefire is expected to be implemented from 10am Moscow time (7am GMT).
Those trying to flee Kyiv will be able to go to Belarus while those fleeing Kharkiv will have a corridor leading to Russia.
Civilians from Kyiv can also be transported by plane to Russia as the corridors from Mariupol and Sumy will lead to other cities in Ukraine and to Russia.
It comes like Russia has come up with a list of three main needs returned to Ukraine to end the war, despite Ukrainian forces retaking Chuhuiv.
A Kremlin spokesman called on Ukraine to cease military action, change its constitution to become a neutral country, recognize Crimea as Russian territory and recognize the breakaway republics of Luhansk and Donetsk.
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“We are actually finishing the demilitarization of Ukraine,” Dmitry Peskov told Reuters.
“We will get it done. But the main problem is that Ukraine stops taking military action.
“They should stop their military action and then no one will shoot. They should amend their constitution according to which Ukraine will deny any purpose to join any purpose to enter any. which block.
“We also talked about how they should recognize Crimea as Russian territory and how they need to recognize that Donetsk and Lugansk are independent countries. And that’s all. It will stop in a moment.”
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Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will give a “historic speech” to MPs on Tuesday night via video link, Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle announced.
Sir Lindsay said: “Every MP wants to hear directly from the president who will be speaking to us from Ukraine, so this is an important opportunity for the House of Commons.
“Once again, thank you to our incredible staff who worked at lightning speed to make this historic address possible.”
Reports suggest that the Ukrainian leader will call for more weapons to help defend his country and extend no-fly zone requirements to deter a Russian attack.
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Last week Zelenskyy urges the West to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine after eight Russian missiles destroyed a civilian airport in Vinnytsia.
“We repeat every day: close the sky over Ukraine,” Zelenskyy said. Close to all Russian missiles, to Russian warplanes, to all their terrorists.
“If you don’t, if you don’t give us at least the plane so we can protect ourselves, there’s only one thing to conclude: you want us to be killed very slowly.”
His comments came after the Russian dictator said Western sanctions against his regime are like a “declaration of war”.
Mr Putin also hinted at a nuclear strike if Nato forces were to get involved, saying it would have “enormous and catastrophic consequences not only for Europe but also for the whole world”.
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