Ukraine ravaged by Russian invasion, more than 1 million people flee
Ukraine ravaged by Russian invasion, more than 1 million people flee

New Delhi: In the last week, the picture of Ukraine has completely changed. Where there was only a tense atmosphere a week ago, now the cries of people biting the sound of the blasts are being heard.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a week ago on 24 February the launch of strict military action against Ukraine. After which the war started. Since then, Russian soldiers are constantly marching towards Ukraine, while air strikes continue to break Ukraine's high spirits. Along with the Ukrainian army, the general public is also responding to the attacks of the Russian army. In many places, the common people have blocked the way of Russian soldiers without fear.

Along with missiles, drone attacks, paratroopers are also being used by Russia in the war. Paratroopers landed in Kharkiv on Wednesday. They also targeted hospitals. The impact of the war is directly affecting the general public of Ukraine. According to the United Nations (UN), one million people have migrated from Ukraine to neighbouring countries in the last seven days. This number is 2 per cent of the total population of Ukraine. According to the World Bank, Ukraine had a population of 44 million by the end of 2020.

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