On Monday, for the fifth day, the war between Russia and Ukraine continued, with heavy exchange of fire between the two armies. On the other hand, the delegation of Ukraine reached the Belarus border for the meeting but no solution was found. Russia’s nuclear weapons wielding team has been seen in action ever since Russia ordered its nuclear force to remain active. After which the threat of world war has started increasing. America called an emergency meeting in the United Nations, in which a total of eleven votes were once again against Russia, after which Russia vetoed. In this meeting, three countries of Asia India, China and UAE did not participate in the meeting, keeping themselves away from voting.
The war is causing heavy damage to Ukraine as well as Russia. On Monday, the stock market of Russia continued to fall throughout the day, due to which a total of 116 billionaires of Russia suffered a loss of more than 130 crores in one day. The Russian currency ruble also looked weak against the dollar and the euro. Russia has suffered heavy losses in the war so far. In which a total of 5500 soldiers have lost their lives so far. In addition to 55 aircraft, more than 1000 tanks and armored vehicles, more than 200 cannons and other artillery have also been lost to Russia. Along with this, the US has imposed a total of eleven types of sanctions, deciding to further increase the sanctions on Russia. On the other hand, if we talk about the damage done to Ukraine, then about 300 soldiers have been lost. 31 aircraft, 314 armored vehicles and over 121 cannons and artillery were lost. Now Ukraine is planning a ‘Guerrilla War’ strategy with Russia, in order to inflict maximum damage on Russia, but due to the activation of nuclear force by Russia, the threat of nuclear war is now looming in the whole world. Common citizens are scared of this danger as well as the Government of India is also working fast towards getting its students out of there. On Monday, a fifth group of students also reached India, after which the number of students coming back has exceeded 2000. The students who returned from there felt safe as soon as they stepped into the country and thanked the Government of India.