what to remember from Monday 28 March

Russia and Ukraine have not reached“significant progress” tentative in their negotiations, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Monday (March 28). Although talks resume on Tuesday, fighting on the ground continues. Franceinfo summarizes what you need to remember from the developments of the day.

Ukrainian government says Irpin, suburb of Kiev, has been ‘liberated’

The town of Irpin, on the outskirts of Kiev, was “liberated”said the Ukrainian government. “The city is now liberated, but it remains dangerous to be there”, said Interior Minister Denys Monastyrsky. A quiet place in the Ukrainian capital, its strategic location in the attempt to encircle the city by Russian troops turned it into a theater of fierce fighting. Life had become impossible there. The Russian army has not yet provided any information about the situation of its troops in this city.

Russia is preparing a text restrict access to nationals of “unfriendly” countries

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that a decree is in preparation to restrict access to Russian territory to nationals of countries responsible for “unfriendly” by Russia. “A draft presidential decree is in preparation to introduce retaliatory measures, regarding visas, in connection with the unfriendly actions of several foreign governments”said the head of Russian diplomacy. The names of these countries are not specified.

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Independent Russian newspaper “Novaya Gazeta” suspends publication

Novaya Gazeta was the last stronghold of the free press still in operation. But the independent Russian newspaper, muzzled by censorship, has announced that it will suspend its publications until the end of the war in Ukraine. This suspension concerns articles on social networks and on paper. The newspaper took this action after receiving a second warning from the Russian telecoms police officer for violating a controversial law. It is attributed to Novaya Gazeta because he did not specify that an NGO mentioned in one of his articles was qualified”foreign agent” by the Russian authorities, as required by law.

Kremlin denounces Biden’s comments about Putin

After comments from Joe Biden, who called Vladimir Putin a “Butcher”called Moscow“alarming” the US President’s comments. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov assured Moscow would continue to follow “very attentive to the words of the American president”

For his part, Joe Biden said he did not retract his comments He suggested that he wanted to remove his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin from power. “For the love of God, this man cannot remain in power!”launched it Saturday in Warsaw, the Polish capital. “I just expressed my outrage that he shouldn’t stay in power, just like bad guys shouldn’t keep doing bad things.”“but that doesn’t mean we have a fundamental policy change”he added.

Kiev waives any civilian evacuation corridor

“Our information has reported possible provocations on the part of residents [russes] on the routes of the humanitarian corridors. Therefore, for security reasons for civilians, no humanitarian corridors will be open today.”, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk wrote on Telegram. Humanitarian corridors are usually organized daily from the cities most affected by the fighting to allow for the evacuation of civilians. Ukraine has repeatedly denounced Russian attacks on these corridors, especially around Mariupol, a completely destroyed port city.

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