NATO warns Russia against using chemical weapons in Ukraine
- Ahead of Thursday’s emergency meeting, NATO warns Russia against using chemical weapons in Ukraine and pledges extra support for Kyiv including cybersecurity assistance and equipment.
- President Joe Biden leaves the United States for Europe to attend the NATO meeting and other summits.
- Kyiv and Moscow agree deal to set up nine humanitarian corridors.
- The agreement does not cover the besieged southeastern port city of Mariupol, but includes routes out of Luhansk, where a ceasefire has been announced.