Russia launched an all-out invasion of Ukraine by land, air and sea on Thursday, the largest state-on-state attack in Europe since World War II.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky introduced martial law across the country on Thursday, urging citizens to remain calm.
Earlier he said he tried to call Putin on Wednesday but was unsuccessful.
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We have Josef Federman, AP reporter, joining us live from Kyiv, Ukraine.
Josef, Russia launched an all-out invasion of Ukraine by land, air and sea on Thursday, the largest state-on-state attack in Europe since World War II.
A video released by Ukrainian border guards also shows military vehicles entering Ukraine via Crimea. What can you tell us?
It’s far bigger than anyone anticipated and truly bigger than the Kremlin had the world believe. What is President Putin thinking at this point?
We have also seen images of residents trying to leave Kyiv as attacks are underway. What can you tell us? Poland is also preparing for refugees. How serious is the situation?
Putin says his goal is to demilitarize and “denazify” Ukraine.
Ukraine’s president has said his nation will not back down either.
The Biden administration has always said that if this were to happen, there would be a penalty. What are we waiting for now?