MOSCOW, March 7 Vladimir Putin held telephone conversations with President of the European Council Charles Michel and called on the EU force the Kiev authorities to respect humanitarian law, the Kremlin press service reported. Thus, the president outlined Russia's position in connection with a special military operation to protect the republics of Donbass, in addition, the interlocutors discussed humanitarian issues in detail.The IAEA Director General urged to prevent a nuclear incident in UkraineAs Putin stressed, the Russian military is taking all possible measures to save the lives of civilians, but the main threat comes from nationalist formations that, like terrorists, are hiding behind the civilian population. “The Russian Armed Forces have several times announced a regime of silence for evacuation population through humanitarian corridors. At the same time, the Ukrainian national battalions prevent this by resorting to violence against civilians and various kinds of provocations. The Russian President called on the European Union to make a real contribution to saving people's lives, to put pressure on the Kiev authorities and force them to respect humanitarian law” , the Kremlin said in a statement. In addition, Putin assessed the course of negotiations with representatives of Kyiv, confirming Russian demands. Special operation in Ukraine Germany explained the main danger of introducing a no-fly zone over UkraineEarly on the morning of February 24, Russia launched a military special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. According to Putin, it is also necessary to carry out the denazification of Ukraine, to bring to justice all war criminals responsible for “bloody crimes against civilians” in Donbass. With the support of the Russian army, the DPR and LPR groups are developing an offensive, there are losses on all sides. As Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov stressed today, Russia can stop the special operation as soon as Kyiv fulfills Moscow’s conditions. Russia demands amendments to the Constitution with Ukraine's renunciation of claims to join “any bloc”; recognition of the Russian ownership of Crimea, as well as the sovereignty of the DPR and LPR.