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Ukraine demands more weapons and military assistance from NATO;  Experts discuss the road ahead


Ukraine urged NATO countries to provide more weapons and military assistance, including warplanes, heavy air defense systems, missiles and armored vehicles to counter the Russian offensive.

Ukraine’s foreign minister, during a speech at NATO headquarters in Brussels, said there were three items on the agenda “weapons, weapons and weapons”.

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy said the latest round of sanctions against Russia was not enough – he said that without more painful measures and the supply of weapons, Russia would consider these actions as authorization to launch a new attack.

A joint statement by G7 foreign ministers said the massacres in Bucha and other Ukrainian towns will be listed as atrocities and serious violations of international law.

Meanwhile, the Russian Defense Ministry said it destroyed fuel storage facilities in four Ukrainian towns located in eastern Ukraine.

According to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), more than 4 million people have left Ukraine for neighboring countries since the start of the invasion and more than 6.5 million in Ukraine have been displaced from their homes .

To discuss the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, CNBC-TV18 spoke with PS Raghavan, former ambassador to Russia and Najum Iqbal, spokesperson for the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Watch the video to learn more.

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