“We will not condone the collapse of residential buildings. .We are destroying our infrastructure, “said President Volodymyr Zhelensky on Sunday in an apology from the church.
The situation in a war-torn country is getting worse by the day. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has announced the end of the process of expelling its allies. “The last remaining group, the main observer and senior executive, will now leave Ukraine,” the organization said in a statement.
11.26 Reuters reports that the Russian delegation has arrived in Belarus for the third round of Ukrainian-Russian talks.
10.59 “We will decide about the future of the continent – with our opposition and with our friends – with our help,” Volodymyr Zelensky said.
“I have spoken again with Polish President Andrzej Duda – they are helping us, we are working. I have spoken with the Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of Italy, the President of France and the Prime Minister of India,” Zhelensky said.
“I have received important signals that I am committed to strengthening Ukraine,” he added.
“Our thesis is entirely logical and reasonable: if the occupation continues, we will demand new sanctions for sanctions against the war and for peace,” Zhelensky said, adding that this would include, among other things, boycotting imports from Russia and banning exports to that country.
10.25 The NV portal reported on Monday that at least 150 journalists had fled Russia since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine on February 24. According to this website, the main reason is the introduction of censorship in the armed forces in Russia.
The fake news law, which was signed by so-called President Vladimir Putin and sentenced to 15 years in prison for sending information contrary to the official picture of the Russian military’s operations, has stopped many Western television stations from operating in Moscow.
10.05 During the war, the city of Chuhuiv was liberated. The Russians suffered huge staff and equipment losses. Lieutenant Colonel Dmitry Safronov, Commander of the 61st Brigade of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and Lieutenant Colonel, Deputy Commander of the 11th Armed Forces Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Denis Glebov – Information of the Ukrainian Army on social media.
9.55 The head of Przemyśl, Wojciech Bakun, told a news conference on Monday that the most urgent task now was to efficiently move people crossing the border on foot to the points that serve them. He called for bringing in, among other things. Food and desserts.
At a conference organized in front of the train station in Przemyśl, where the reception desk is located, Bakun stressed that the night temperature drops below zero. He said 18,000 people had crossed the Ukrainian border in the past day. People.
“We are talking about a huge problem, we all feel that the temperature fluctuates around zero, and at night it drops below zero. Our main task is to gather these people from the border as efficiently as possible to warm rooms, for warm transport,” he said.
9.46 According to Reuters, the Russian Ministry of National Defense announced that it had shot down two Ukrainian SU-27 fighter jets, one SU-25, two helicopters and eight drones.
9.20 The Ukrainian Farm Agency announced on Monday that Russian troops had captured six cities in Polohi, Vasilyevka, Tokmak, Berdyansk and Melitopol in Ukraine’s Saborishia region.
9.10 Russian soldiers open fire on a car of a Ukrainian post office in the Saporizhia region of southeastern Ukraine; Two people were killed, the head of the regional authorities, Alexander Storch, said Monday.
On Saturday, postal workers distributed pensions and letters. As Storch wrote in the Telegram Messenger, Ukroposty’s car tried to avoid the oncoming Russian tank between the villages of Zhorovka and Novoslovka.
“In response, Russian soldiers opened fire on a civilian vehicle and then ran into it. A woman and a man were killed,” said the Zaporizhia regional leader. The postal workers who arrived after the death of their colleagues were unable to pick up the bodies as there were Russian tanks. They only produced photographic documents.
8.53 Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov announced on Facebook on Monday morning that he was mobilizing enemy forces against a new wave of attacks on Kyiv, Karkiv, Chernihiv and Nikolaev. As he noted, there has been “significant improvement” in the supply of weapons and ammunition.
“I will not comment on childbirth, it is a delicate matter. Let the enemy have a surprise,” Resnikov wrote.
8.17 Mayor Yuri Ilyich Prylipko, leader of the Hostomla community, was killed by giving bread to the hungry and medicine to the sick, Ukrinform reported. The invaders had to shoot him along with his comrades Ruslan Karpenko and Ivan Soria.
8.00 am British military intelligence: Russia targets Ukraine’s communications infrastructure. The point is that the Ukrainians should not have access to reliable information.
7.45 Residential areas of Mykoliv in southern Ukraine were shelled by Russian artillery on Monday morning; City fire – regional emergency services report on Facebook.
Vadim Denisenko, who advised the head of Ukraine’s interior ministry, told Ukraine 24 television that the city may have been shot down by smear organizations.
According to the portal Suspilne, the shelling began at 5.15 (4.15 in Poland). Emergency services efforts are now focused on extinguishing the fire.
7.09 On Tuesday morning, the twelfth day of the invasion, Russian troops continued to launch missile and bomb attacks on Ukrainian cities, civil servants of the Ukrainian Armed Forces announced. Airports in the territory of Belarus are used.
7.01 The number of refugees crossing the Polish-Ukrainian border has exceeded one million, according to the Border Patrol.
6.55 Life goes on in the shelters, and the people who stay in them raise their spirits for each other in many ways. A young talented violinist arranged a concert at his dormitory. He played the composition of Mykola Lysenko’s “Yak Moonlight Night”.
6.50 “By acting insidiously, the invaders are violating the rules of international humanitarian law, shooting civilians, holding” green corridors “, holding women and children hostage, and placing equipment and ammunition in their homes. There is no heat, no food and no water, and residents are barred from leaving their homes, “the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said on Facebook.
6.44 The Human Rights Council under the Russian president issued a statement on Sunday calling on Vladimir Putin to immediately stop hostilities in Ukraine, former council member Katrina Schulman wrote on Facebook, Ukrinform reported.
“As expected, the situation in which the Russian military is waging war in the neighboring country has undergone drastic changes, including the protection of human rights,” the report said, adding that “at least hundreds of Russian and Ukrainian civilians have already died.”
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