Russia-Ukraine war live updates: Multiple blasts heard in Ukraine's Lviv, US warns China over supplying arms to Russia – Times of India


Chinese President Xi Jinping said Friday that Beijing and Washington should “shoulder our due international responsibilities” during a call with his US counterpart Joe Biden, Chinese state TV reported. Relations between the world’s top two economies should “move forward along the right track” as part of efforts for “world peace and tranquillity”, state broadcaster CCTV reported Xi as saying, in the first call between the leaders since Russia invaded Ukraine. Stay with TOI for latest updates —Read Less
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The UN migration agency estimates that nearly 6.5 million people have now been displaced inside Ukraine due to Russia’s invasion, on top of the 3.2 million refugees who have already fled the country, reports AP

India at UNSC backs convention prohibiting biological weapons

In Ukraine, empty strollers are a symbol of children killed in war

Ukrainian military strengthens defenses around Kyiv. According to Oleksandr Gruzevich, deputy chief of staff of Ukraine’s Ground Forces, the military is working on the third defense line around Kyiv. “The city is preparing like a fortress,” he added: The Kyiv Independent

We never said that Ukraine itself has a military biological program, we said that this program is something that the US itself has, & Ukraine is being kept in the dark…: Russian Federation representative at UNSC

We need to undertake this engagement keeping in mind the need to respect the principles of the UN Charter, international law and sovereignty and territorial integrity of States: India at UNSC briefing

India remains concerned about progressively deteriorating situation in Ukraine. We welcome latest round of diplomatic talks b/w Russia & Ukraine. We believe immediate cessation of hostilities & diligently pursuing path of dialogue & diplomacy is the only way forward: India at UNSC

It’s important to ensure full and effective implementation of the BTWC in letter and spirit. We also believe that any matter relating to obligations under the BTWC should be addressed as per the provisions of the Convention and through consultations and cooperation: India at UNSC

India attaches high importance to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) as a key global and non-discriminatory disarmament Convention, prohibiting an entire category of weapons of mass destruction: R Ravindra, DPR at UNSC briefing

Ukraine does not have a biological weapons program, there are no such labs, not near Russia’s quarters, not anywhere. There are only public health facilities… It’s Russia that has long maintained biological weapons program in violation of int’l law: US representative, at UNSC

Last week, we heard from the Russian representative a tirade of bizarre conspiracy theories. This week, we’re hearing a whole lot more of things that sound like they were forwarded to him on a chained email from some dark corner of the internet: US representative, at UNSC

Components of biological weapons were created on the Ukrainian territory… our Ministry of Defence is receiving more material about the unlawful activities carried out by the Pentagon on Ukrainian territory: Russian representative at UNSC meeting on Ukraine️

As permanent members of the UNSC and the world’s two leading economies, we must not only guide the China-U.S. relations forward along the right track but also shoulder our share of international responsibilities and work for world peace and tranquility: Chinese President Xi Jinping

The events again show that countries should not come to the point of meeting on the battlefield. Conflict and confrontation are not in anyone’s interest, and peace and security are what the international community should treasure the most: Xi tells Biden

The prevailing trend of peace and development is facing serious challenges. The world is neither tranquil nor stable. The Ukraine crisis is not something we want to see: President Xi

President Xi says China-US should ‘shoulder international responsibilities’ for peace: state TV

China’s President Xi tells Biden during video call, conflicts between states ‘in no-one’s interest’: state TV

China’s President Xi Jinping on Friday said conflicts between states are “in no-one’s interest” during a video call with his US counterpart Joe Biden, Chinese state TV reported.

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