Guardiola: "Ukrainian war is the failure of politicians"



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Guardiola: "Ukrainian war is the failure of politicians"

As reported by Sky Sport Italy, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola spoke about the conflict in Ukraine, underlining how the situation that has arisen in Eastern Europe is linked to the failure of the ruling political class.

Guardiola said: "The solidarity of the Premier League? It is important, but it is only a gesture as happened elsewhere. It is up to the politicians to avoid these things, what is happening is their complete failure."

What's happening in Ukraine

The UN Security Council will meet on Monday to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. This was reported by diplomatic sources, according to which the meeting was requested by the United States and Albania.

The Ukrainian city of Mariupol is starting the evacuation of civilians. This was announced by the mayor after the Russian announcement of the truce in the port city to allow humanitarian corridors. According to Ukrainian media, Russian forces opened fire on a car in which civilians were traveling in the Bucha district, near Kiev, killing two people, including a 17-year-old girl.

The Kiev Independent writes, according to which four other people were injured. British Defense Ministry in London, citing intelligence sources said: "The forces of Moscow are likely advancing towards the southern port city of Mykolaiv, there is a possibility that these forces will try to circumvent the city to prioritize the advance towards Odessa.

. The cities of Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Mariupol, Sumy, are all surrounded by Russian forces. " In a message on Telegram, the mayor of Mariupol, Vadim Boitchenko, said that the city is undergoing a ruthless siege and constant bombing.

And he called for the creation of humanitarian corridors. "We are looking for solutions to humanitarian problems and all possible ways to get Mariupol out of the blockade," he wrote. Russian forces are approaching Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant after the Zaporizhzhia one.

This was stated by US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield, who said to CNN that the army is 20 miles away.