Special things Why are Russia and Ukraine at War: After President Putin ordered military action, Russia has launched rapid missile attacks on Ukraine. In the midst of this war, US President Joe Biden addressed the nation from the White House for the second time within a week. In his address, Biden said the aggression of Russian President Vladimir Putin would cost Russia dearly. Also said that Russia's military attack on Ukraine is taking place as predicted by the US. At the same time, protests against the war have started in Russia. Russian police have detained more than 1,700 people in anti-war protests in dozens of cities. live update 07:21 AM, 25-FEB-2022 US and our allies will impose tough sanctions on Russia: Blinken US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that "the United States and our allies and allies will impose swift and severe sanctions on Russia for this unnecessary aggression. We will do our best to ensure a strong, united response to deter any aggression against the NATO alliance." Will also coordinate with NATO allies. 07:19 AM, 25-FEB-2022 World Bank ready to provide financial aid to Ukraine The World Bank said in its statement on Thursday that it is ready to provide immediate financial assistance to Ukraine amid the current political and military crisis. According to the statement, “We stand ready to provide immediate assistance to Ukraine and are preparing options for such support, including expedited delivery financing. Together with the development partners, the World Bank Group will provide all of our financing and Will use technical support tools for faster response." World Bank Group President David Malpass said, "The World Bank Group is appalled by the shocking violence and loss of life as a result of the events unfolding in Ukraine. We are a long-time partner. With Ukraine and our people at this critical time." are standing."