Thursday marks the 631st day of Russia’s war against Ukraine. A fire broke out overnight at a military unit near Volgograd in southwestern Russia, independent portal Medusa reported. According to eyewitnesses, explosions were heard earlier near the facility. Footage showing a column of fire and smoke appeared in the media. Andrey Bocharov, head of the regional authorities, assured that the fire was extinguished and no one was injured. However, he did not reveal the reason behind the incident. Follow Virtualna Polska’s live coverage.
Consequences of the Russian attack on the Donetsk region. Many residential buildings were destroyed. Ukraine’s state service for emergency situations said two more people may have been trapped in the rubble. Rescue operations at the site are ongoing.
A spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force said the Russians had changed their tactics and were increasingly conducting airstrikes in the country in the morning.
Col. Yuriy Ihnat noted that the “standard time” for Russian drone strikes in Ukraine is between 10 p.m. and 3-4 a.m.
The Institute for Research on War (ISW) reports on “large-scale” military operations conducted by Ukraine, which are set to take place on the left bank of the Dnieper in the Kherson region. Both attacks on Russian positions and defensive battles are mentioned. Russian troops must be pushed back to a distance of 8 meters.
More videos appear online showing clouds of smoke and a column of fire at a military unit in Russia. The fire broke out at a complex managed by the Russian Defense Ministry near the city of Kotluban.
The Moldovan Orthodox Church, connected to Russia, is losing influence among the faithful in our country for the benefit of the Romanian Orthodox Church – says researcher Viktor Codison in an interview with PAP. The reasons include: the Russian Church’s support for the war in Ukraine and the “ossification of its structures”.
1,130 Russian soldiers died on the Ukrainian front in the last 24 hours. Putin’s troops also lost, among others: 11 tanks, 17 armored vehicles, 36 artillery systems.
Anti-aircraft alarms in other parts of Ukraine, including: in the Kiev region.
“Air defense eliminates targets approaching StaroKonstantino in Khmelnytsky region,” the head of the region announced on his channel on the Telegram application.
The British newspaper “The Guardian” on Wednesday described the case of the famous German journalist Hubert Seipel – known for his interviews with Vladimir Putin and reports on Russia – who received at least PLN 600,000. Euro for writing favorably about the Russian president.
A sudden fire broke out last night at a military unit in the Volgograd region of Russia. Earlier, witnesses reported hearing explosions.
“The fire was quickly brought under control by the fire brigade, the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the Ministry of Defense,” argues the head of the region. According to his statement, no one was injured.
There are reports on the Internet about explosions in Sevastopol.
Current map of anti-aircraft warnings in Ukraine.
“The proposal to create an international coalition for the return of Ukrainian children was presented by Canada during a meeting of security and foreign policy advisors of nearly 30 countries and organizations in Malta at the end of October this year. It is part of the plan. The Ukrainian peace formula.” “- we read in a statement published on the official website of the President of Ukraine.
“Prime Minister Trudeau expressed support for Ukraine’s ongoing diplomatic efforts toward a just and sustainable peace, and President Zelensky welcomed Canada’s co-chairmanship of the Task Force on Detainees and Deportees, including leading the creation of an international coalition to facilitate the return of Ukrainian children deported or forcibly resettled by Russia,” Canadian The Prime Minister’s Office wrote in a statement.
“We talked about joint measures to start work,” Zelensky wrote on the X platform (formerly Twitter – editor’s note).
Actions by an international coalition to return deported and abducted Ukrainian children to Russia and military assistance were topics of conversation Wednesday between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Kamikaze drones move west. As expected, the alarm was declared in Khmelnytskyi Oblast and Chernivtsi Province, bordering Romania and Moldova.
According to Institute of War Studies (ISW) analysts, Ukrainian troops are conducting large-scale operations on the eastern (left) bank of the Dnieper in the Kherson region.
The report says Russian “militants” claim that Ukrainian forces launched unsuccessful attacks from the Krynki center (30 km northeast of Kherson, 2 km from the Dnieper River and about 3.6 km north of E-58).
They also reported that Ukrainian forces were attacking near Boima (11 km east of Kherson and 4 km from the Dnieper) and Byshzanivka (15 km east of Kherson and 3 km from the Dnieper).
Natalya Kumenyuk, head of the joint press center of the “Southern” operational command, said that Ukrainian troops were displacing Russian forces in the Kherson region three to eight kilometers from the eastern bank of the Dnieper.
On Wednesday, the Russians shelled the Sumy region ten times. A total of 46 outbreaks were reported. One of the residents of the shelled towns was injured.
The current map of Ukraine is covered with warnings. Drones are still moving towards the west of the country. Alert declared in Vinnytsia region. An alarm will soon be announced in the Khmelnytsky region.
It was announced in the next region of Ukraine – in the Kirovohrad region. Some of the drones flown in Odesa province were to be operated there. At the same time, warnings were canceled in the Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk regions in the east of the country.
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