Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and its country’s top finance officials is likely to visit Washington next week during the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, Reuters reported citing sources close to the matter.

According to Reuters, Shmyhal, Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko and central bank governor Kyrylo Shevchenko are slated to meet bilaterally with finance officials from the Group of Seven countries and others, and take part in a roundtable on Ukraine to be hosted by the World Bank on Thursday.

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As Russia complete its 52 days of the war, several parts of the war-torn Ukraine continue to be bombed. While over hundreds of people have died in the war, several have been forced to flee the country.

The bodies of more than 900 civilians have been discovered in the region surrounding the Ukrainian capital following Russia’s withdrawal — most of them fatally shot, police said Friday, an indication that many people were “simply executed.”

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Russia continued preparations for a renewed offensive in eastern Ukraine.

Reuters also reported that fighting went on in the pummelling southern port city of Mariupol, where locals reported seeing Russian troops digging up bodies.

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In the northeastern city of Kharkiv, shelling of a residential area killed seven people, including a 7-month-old child, and wounded 34, according to regional Gov. Oleh Sinehubov.

Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his troops into Ukraine on what he calls a “special military operation” to demilitarise and “denazify” Ukraine.

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Kyiv and its Western allies say those are bogus justifications for an unprovoked war of aggression that has driven a quarter of Ukraine’s 44 million people from their homes and led to the deaths of thousands.