Russia's war with Ukraine. Day 782. Live broadcast

“The decision to cool all six power units is positive as reactor cooling provides an additional buffer in case of outages. However, it does not address the underlying issue of the recent rapid deterioration of the power plant's condition. “There is no doubt that nuclear safety at this large nuclear power plant is very unstable,” the IAEA chief stressed. Rafael Mariano Croci.

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a Democrat, said a “consensus” was reached during a Sunday phone call between President Joe Biden and congressional leaders that Congress should act quickly to send aid to both Israel and Ukraine.

As a result of shelling by Russian troops in the Kharkiv region yesterday, gas distribution networks were damaged, resulting in the disconnection of gas supply to 340 households, the Ministry of Energy announced.

According to the statement of the Ministry of Energy on the Telegram channel, on Sunday morning the enemy opened fire on the energy infrastructure in the Kharkiv region, which led to the shutdown of its equipment. Networks in Dnipropetrovsk and Chernihiv regions were damaged.

A fire broke out at a high-voltage substation in Odessa Oblast (no shelling this time), resulting in the disconnection of residential customers in 4 cities.
Due to network disruptions, outage schedules are still in effect in Kharkiv Province.

The Lithuanian government is ready to allocate EUR 400,000 to support an Education Security Service project aimed at equipping Ukrainian schools with metal detectors.

The matter was discussed at a meeting between Ukraine's Minister of Internal Affairs Ihor Klymenko and Lithuania's Minister of Internal Affairs Akne Philotide, the ministry's news service reported.

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The Russians opened fire on 15 other cities in Kharkiv province in the past 24 hours, according to Oleh Sinehupov, the governor of Kharkiv province.

This information was given by the governor of the region, Ivan Fedorov. Seven cities in the region were shelled.

The governor of Mykolaiv province, Vitaly Kim, said this information.

The Ukrainian Naval Command says there are no Russian ships in the Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčAzov.

According to the governor of Dnipropetrovsk region, among the wounded was a child.

As of February 24, 2022, Russia has approximately 454,420 soldiers, 7,180 tanks, 13,796 armored vehicles, 11,593 artillery pieces, 1,046 rocket launchers, 758 anti-aircraft systems, 3,425 aircraft, 2,092 cruise missiles, 26 surface units, and 1 submarine. 15,510 vehicles (including tankers), special equipment 1,908 units.

According to the Ukrainian General Staff, within 24 hours the Russians launched 8 missile strikes, 85 airstrikes and 98 artillery strikes on positions of Ukrainian armed forces and populated areas.

– The situation at the forefront of such a fierce battle is always difficult. But in recent days – especially in the Donetsk sector – it has been getting worse. In his evening speech, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said, “I am grateful to every brigade, every soldier and commander who is doing everything in their power to defend our positions.”

“When Zelensky performs his last act, the number of new regions will grow in Russia,” wrote a former Ukrainian politician who lost his Ukrainian citizenship for high treason.


The post appeared on the staff's Facebook profile.

The mayor of Lviv, Andriy Sadowy, announced in less than a week that 15 million hryvnias had been collected in Lviv, which will be transferred to the Ukrainian military to purchase drones as part of the “Lviv Retaliation” initiative. In addition, Lviv purchased drones and three electronic warfare stations worth a total of UAH 28 million for the Ukrainian army.

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As part of the “Give Light to Kharkiv” campaign, a collection is underway in Kyiv Oblast, including: chargers and power banks (portable batteries) for residents of Kharkiv Oblast, which is currently under intense Russian shelling. The target of fire is often energy infrastructure.

The Ukrainian Air Force Command reported that a missile appeared over the city of Kremenchuk. Also, there were reports that there was an explosion on board the Dnieper. After about 30 minutes, the alarm was cancelled.

This is the situation at the front on the 781st day of the war

This is the situation at the front on the 781st day of the war

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Russia's war with Ukraine.  Day 781

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