Plans to evacuate 600,000 people from eastern Ukraine to Russia

Plans to evacuate 600,000 people from eastern Ukraine to Russia

Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine say plans are afoot to evacuate 700,000 people from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) region. Eastern Ukraine has two self-proclaimed republics. The news agency Reuters reported this on Friday.

Most people in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic speak Russian. Many people there have already been granted Russian citizenship.

Ukraine says the rulers of the Donetsk People’s Republic are not separatists, but they are fighting for Russia. The Kremlin, however, denies the allegations.
The separatists made the remarks in the wake of pro-Russian separatist clashes with government forces in eastern Ukraine for the second day in a row.

Meanwhile, US President Biden said that Russian President Putin has decided to invade Ukraine. That could happen in the next few days.

Russia’s tensions with the West over Ukraine continue. Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin will observe the military exercise. The exercise is scheduled to be held on Saturday. Russia’s nuclear-armed forces will take part in the exercise. Ballistic and cruise missiles will also be used in the exercise.

For four months, the Russian military has been conducting various exercises. This includes increasing the military presence on the Ukrainian border. Russia has deployed more than 1.5 million troops along the Ukrainian border, according to Western estimates. Moscow is also conducting military exercises in the Black Sea and Belarus.

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