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Political Rewind: Former Sen. Sam Nunn talks about Ukraine; Ukrainians in Ga. weigh toll of conflict
Chris Grant — Professor at Mercer University, Electoral politics and European politics
Jim Galloway — retired political columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sam Nunn — Former U.S. senator
Tetiana Lendiel — Treasurer, Ukrainian Congress Committee of America Georgia Branch
1. Russia and Ukraine are negotiating a cease-fire at the border.
- NPR reports Ukrainian officials arrived at the Belarusian border to potentially negotiate a cease-fire with a delegation from Russia.
- Former U.S. Sen. Sam Nunn said there are two important objectives that need to be reached in addition to the cease-fire.
2. Ukrainians in the United States fear for relatives.
Around half a million Ukrainians have fled the country since the Russian invasion began.
At least 240 civilians, including children, have been killed according to reports to the United Nations.
House Speaker David Ralston and Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan criticized Russian leadership and said Georgia must impose sanctions against Russia.
- In Ukraine, professor Chris Grant was told to move from Ukraine to Poland ahead of Russia's invasion.
- The political science professor from Mercer University was in Kyiv for a Fulbright Fellowship. Now, he and his 12-year-old daughter are relocating to Warsaw, Poland.
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We take a look at immigration policy with lawyer Chuck Kuck. Plus the latest Georgia news with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tamar Hallerman.