Ukraine Russia War: Britain has captured a Russian plane Amid the Ukraine-Russia war. This is likely to increase the tension further. The UK Transport Minister has told about the capture of the Russian plane. Let us tell you that Britain had already announced that if Russian planes or chartered aircraft enter their airspace, then it will be considered a crime, and the plane will be confiscated.
After the war, Russian planes were already banned in the UK. But wealthy Russian citizens had registered their chartered planes in other countries arriving in the UK. Such planes were also banned from flying over Britain. In such a situation, it was said that the Russian aircraft would be confiscated. Now the same has been done.
Britain Seizes Russian Plane
According to BBC news, a plane was already under investigation at Farnborough Airport in Hampshire. The registration of the private plane being investigated was of Luxembourg, while its owner was a Russian citizen. He had reached the UK only with a Russian citizen. Let us tell you that the UK has already imposed many restrictions on Russia.
Amid the war, a remarkable initiative of peace has also been taken. The foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine will meet tomorrow at 10 am in Turkey. This meeting between Russian Foreign Minister Serge Viktorovich Lavrov and Dmytro Kuleba will be held in Antalya, Turkey.
Ukraine claims – 12,000 soldiers of Russia were killed
Let us tell you that today is the 14th day of the war between Russia and Ukraine. The Ukrainian army claims that more than 12,000 Russian soldiers have been killed. At the same time, 317 tanks, 1070 combat vehicles, 120 guns, 49 aircraft, 81 helicopters, 60 fuel tanks were destroyed from February 24 to March 8.
Russian attacks continue in Ukraine’s Kyiv, Kharkiv, Zhytomyr, etc. Millions of people have to leave Ukraine. According to the Save The Children organization, two million people have left Ukraine. It also includes 8 lakh children. Out of this, many such children were forced to leave Ukraine without their parents.