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Russia ralkap hna nih Zaporizhzhia Nuclear power plant nihin ah an lak cang ruang ah, United Nations Security Council emergency meeting 11:30am ET (4:30pm GMT) New York ah an ngei lai, Mah session hi British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, United States, France, Norway, Ireland & Albania hna auh asi, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) official lei zong nih bia chim nak an ngei lai, Cun Russia le Ukraine ichawnh vawi 3 nak ding Weekend ah a um fawn lai, Russian President Vladimir Putin nih German Chancellor Olaf Scholz phone call in achim, Russian President Vladimir Putin nih Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko phone ah achawnh fawn, Baltic Sea ah port thar an ngei ding mi hna an chim pi, Putin nih hin Belarus herhnak ah abawm dih lai, Belarus hi Russia caah asan tlai ding khi asi, Europe border ansi fawn, Russia provincd Kaliningrad, Poland & Lithuania karlak ah um hi, Russia nih Belarus hi san tlai ngai ngai in ahmang khawh ko cang lai tiah ati.

European Commission nih Russia he research, science & innovation, tuantinak dongh/top ter asi cang tiah an phuan cang fawn, Kyiv khuapi pan in akal cuahmah lio Russia Convoy an timi cu, Russian military vehicles tampi karlak ah ralkap 15,000 hrawng an tel tiah US nih an theih, hria. Mah group ah hin Kyiv khuapi ah lut cawlh lo in logistical supplies an nghah hnu ah Kyiv khuapi an thuat te lai tiah an zumh, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky nih Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant ZNPP ruang ah Russia nih Vawlei pi ah Nuclear hmang in buainak atuah hlan ah, Vawlei ram hruaitu hna cawlcang ding in nawlnak atuah ve fawn, Ukrainians, Odessa, city, Black Sea, pawng southern Ukraine mi hna nih Human chain tuah in Russia ralkap hna khamhnak ding ah Sandbags an tuah hna.

Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskiy nih ZNPP Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant lak asi ruang ah – Russians mipi hna nawrh/chim ding ah acah, UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) nih 1.2 million refugees ah a cheu cu ngakchia an si tiah ati, NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg nih Russia cu cluster bombs an hman ah hin international law a buar tiah ati, Russia nih Ukraine invasion an ngeih nak ah ram dang hna, Ukarine abawmtu aho poh an tlaih ah cun Prisoners of war bantuk in zoh khen asi lai lo, Criminals/ Misual turu tuk bantuk in zoh asi lai tiah ati.

Russia warns pro-Ukraine foreign fighters won’t get POW status, will be criminals


Konashenkov warns that pro-Ukrainian fighters won’t be considered combatants in accordance with international humanitarian law or become prisoners of war. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov warned that foreign fighters in Ukraine will not be afforded the rights given to lawful combatants according to international humanitarian law (IHL) as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed what he claimed amounted to 16,000 foreign volunteers to the International Legion of Territorial Defense Forces of Ukraine on Thursday. “I wish to make an official statement that none of the mercenaries the West is sending to Ukraine to fight for the nationalist regime in Kyiv can be considered as combatants in accordance with international humanitarian law or enjoy the status of prisoners of war,” Konashenkov said on Thursday, according to Russian state media outlet TASS.

“At best, they can expect to be prosecuted as criminals. We are urging all foreign citizens who may have plans to go and fight for Kyiv’s nationalist regime to think a dozen times before getting on the way.”Instructions on how foreigners could join the Ukrainian military were published by the Ukrainian armed forces on Thursday evening.

Ref: Dayly Mail