Russia-Ukraine War – Daily Report. Information on the situation in Ukraine. Saturday, April 9th

Boris Johnson traveled to Kiev to meet with Volodymyr Zhelensky. In Buxa, the Khadrovs tortured civilians – they burned people’s eyes, mutilated them and tortured not only adults but also children. Thanks to artificial technology, Russian criminals can be identified.

Another, the 45th day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We summarize the most important events of Saturday, April 9th.

Boris Johnson in Kiev

  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson traveled to Kiev on Saturday, where he met with the President of Ukraine;
  • Great Britain will supply Ukraine with 120 armored vehicles and anti-ship missiles;
  • The country is at the forefront in terms of sanctions and military support against Russia.

See: Ukraine. In Kiev, President Zhelensky speaks with British Prime Minister Johnson

“Torture Room” in Buxa

  • At least 360 civilians, including 10 children, were killed in the village of Buxa near Keells;
  • Ukrainian human rights spokeswoman Ludmila Denisova says Khadirovsky tortured civilians;
  • On Jablunska Street in Buxa, Russian soldiers created a “real torture chamber”;
  • According to survivors, they burned people’s eyes, cut off body parts and killed not only adults but also children.

See: War in Ukraine. Human Rights Spokesman: Kadyrovtsy tortured people

Several offenders were identified from Buxa and Irbian

  • Facial recognition system and artificial intelligence allowed to identify many Russian soldiers who had committed crimes against civilians in Pusa and Irbian;
  • Thanks to technology, they are able to determine their profiles on social networks, where, with whom they serve and live;
  • Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Mikhail Fedorov points out that it is not difficult to identify because the Russians want to show “pride” on the Internet about what they are doing in Ukraine.

See: War in Ukraine. Deputy Prime Minister Fedorov: Many of the perpetrators of the crime in Buxa have been identified

The Russian army lost another commander

  • Alexander Peshalov was the ninth Russian commander to die in Ukraine;
  • He commanded the 59th Armored Regiment;
  • Since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, the Russian army has lost about 19.1 thousand. Players.

See: War in Ukraine. Death of a Russian Colonel. Ninth Commander to Die After the Invasion

The new commander leads the occupier’s army

  • General Alexander Dvornikov became the new commander of the Russian forces fighting in Ukraine;
  • Dwronikov is a veteran of the war in Syria;
  • The commander was appointed to improve the operations of the troops so far commanded separately.

See: War in Ukraine. New Commander of the Russian Invasion

The Russians are launching rockets from the territory of Belarus

  • Ukrainian soldiers shoot down a Tochka-U rocket in the Chernihiv region;
  • This rocket is similar to the one that struck the train station in Gramadorsk;
  • In Gramadorsk, 38 people died on the spot as a result of the attack, and 14 others, including 5 children, later died in hospitals.

See: Russia-Ukraine war. Ukrinform: Russian-launched Tochka-U rocket shot down from Belarus

The Russians opened fire on a tank containing nitric acid

  • The Russians set fire to a tank containing nitric acid near the town of Rubisne in the Luhansk region;
  • The mayor of the area appealed to the people not to leave the shelters and to close the doors and windows;
  • A similar attack was carried out on Tuesday.

See: War in Ukraine. The Russians opened fire on a tank containing nitric acid in Donbass

Will there be a “great war for the Donbass” in Ukraine?

  • Serhiy Haydai, head of the Luhansk region’s authorities, predicts that there will soon be a Russian offensive and a major war for the Donbass;
  • According to Ukrainian intelligence, the Russians are amassing a large amount of equipment and troops near Donbass;
  • At 3-4 in the morning, massive artillery attacks are predicted to begin, “all they have will be used up”;
  • After several hours of shelling in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, the Russians will launch an attack using tanks and infantry.

See: Russia-Ukraine war. Leader of the Luhansk region: There will be a big war for the Donbass

Body trash in Mariupol

  • On Saturday, besieged Mariupol authorities released a photo of the place where the bodies of the victims were taken by the Russian military;
  • “Chill photo” – written by the city council, publishing a photo showing an underground path in the suburbs of the city.
  • Every day, special purification teams bring hundreds of bodies to such points throughout the city;
  • The Russians are doing everything they can to cover up the tragedy in Mariupol “because the scale of the crime is worse than the genocide in dozens of councils in Pucha”.

See: War in Ukraine. Mariupol authorities release a photo of where the Russians are holding the bodies of the victims

Russian support demonstration in Germany

  • A column of about 200 cars decorated with the flags of Russia and the Soviet Union passed through Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Wர்டrttemberg;
  • The Russian anthem and “Kalinga” were heard;
  • Participants wanted to combat the growing hostility against the Russians.

See: Germany. The pro-Russian demonstration with the sound of “Kalinga” went through Stuttgart.

Video of the day: Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Presidax on the Russian building in Warsaw: it will be renovated and handed over to refugees

Next week, you can enter the property on bail ul. Sobieskiego 100. At the “Guest of Events” event, Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz expressed confidence that the execution would take place soon and that the property would be renewed and handed over to Ukrainian refugees.

mad / PAP, polsatnews.pl

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