Russia’s war with Ukraine. Day 804. Live coverage

At night, the Russians shelled the Dnipro district of Kherson

Roman Mrozko, head of the city authorities, released a recording showing the effects of the city’s nighttime shelling.

A Kremlin propagandist appears on the show, a judge who fled Poland to Belarus

Tomas Szmydt was a guest on Vladimir Solovyov’s show.

The Ukrainian army repulsed three Russian attacks on the bridge on the left bank of the Dnieper

Ukrainians report repulsing six attacks in Orichiv region.

The Russians shelled the village of Piloserka in the Kherson region

As a result of the shelling, a minibus and residential buildings were damaged. Only one woman, a 51-year-old woman, was injured.

ISW: The Kremlin uses nuclear threats and diplomatic threats to control the West

Analysts at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) say Russian officials have re-intensified their campaign to influence Western decisions using nuclear threats and diplomatic manipulation.

The current apparent return to nuclear rhetoric coincides with the impending arrival of Western weapons in Ukraine, this time in the form of planned tactical nuclear exercises.

The Russians bombed a residential area in Kharkiv.

The head of the Kharkiv region’s regional military administration, Ole Sinehupov, announced that the Russians had fired a laser-guided bomb at the Borov crowd.

“A 16-year-old girl, a 55-year-old man and a 54-year-old woman were injured as a result of shelling on private houses,” he said.

During the night and morning, the Sumi area was shelled five times

The Sumi Regional Military Administration reported that more than 20 explosions were heard in the area.

Within 24 hours, the Russians shelled 17 towns in the Kherson region

One person was injured as a result of the shelling.

Less than 24 hours later, one person was killed in Russian shelling in the Donetsk region

This information was provided by the governor of the Donetsk region, Vadim Pilashkin. His Facebook post showed that four residents of the Donetsk region had been wounded by Russian shelling.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine publishes new data on Russian losses

As of February 24, 2022, Russia has approximately 476,460 soldiers, 7,405 tanks, 14,227 armored vehicles, 12,287 rocket launchers, 792 anti-aircraft systems, 3425 aircraft, 9 cruise missiles, 26 surface units, 1 submarine 6,509 vehicles (including tankers) and 2,017 units of special equipment.

97 battles took place on the Ukrainian front in 24 hours

Within 24 hours, the Russians launched two missile strikes and 83 airstrikes, as well as 101 artillery strikes on Ukrainian military positions and built-up areas.

Vehicular traffic was halted on the Crimean Bridge on Tuesday morning

This information appeared on the Telegram channel monitoring the situation in the area of ​​the bridge.

The foreign guests invited to the victory parade in Moscow are proof that Russia has broken its international isolation

“We can inform you about such a visit,” the Russian Foreign Ministry announced. About Laos President Thonglon Sisolith arriving in Moscow for the May 9 march. Laotian will be one of several foreign guests at Red Square to testify that Russia has broken its international isolation with the attack on Ukraine. In addition, others will visit Moscow: President Miguel Díaz-Canel of Cuba and President Oumarro Sisoko Mbola of African Guinea-Bissau.

Moscow.  Preparations for Victory Day Parade on May 9

Xi Jinping appealed to Emmanuel Macron to make joint efforts to avoid a cold war

The Chinese Foreign Ministry reports on the content of the talks between Xi and Macron. – Both sides should maintain an independent stance and jointly face a new Cold War or camp conflict, maintain mutual understanding, promote harmonious coexistence (…), multi-polar (…) world – Chinese Foreign Ministry quotes Xi Jinping. .

Lithuania will form an infantry division

The Lithuanian Ministry of Defense presented the government with a plan of changes in the structure of the Armed Forces regarding the creation of new units. Lithuania is to form an infantry division (until now, the Lithuanian Land Forces consisted of regiments) and a tank battalion. In connection with the formation of an infantry division, an artillery regiment is to be formed, and the existing engineering battalions and an anti-aircraft battalion are to be enlarged to the size of regiments.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine publishes a summary record of the 803rd day of the war

This post was posted on the staff’s Facebook page.

A US soldier was arrested in Vladivostok

Russian newspaper “Izvestia” reports that the arrested man is a US Army sergeant stationed in South Korea, who beat and robbed a Russian woman he met online.


Representatives of seven European Union countries will attend the inauguration ceremony of Vladimir Putin for a fifth term as President of Russia.

The inauguration will be attended by: Ambassador of France; Inauguration ceremony is ignored by others. Germany, Poland and the Baltic States.

Soldiers from the Netherlands will remain in Lithuania until the end of 2026 as part of a forward battalion of NATO forces.

This information was reported by the Ministry of Defense of the Netherlands. A maximum of 350 Dutch soldiers will be stationed in Lithuania at that time.

For three months, no train carrying transport for the Russian army crossed the Crimean bridge

Analytical firm Molfar provides such information, citing analysis of satellite images taken by Maxar. The fact that the Russians did not use the bridge to supply Russian units in Crimea and southern Ukraine may be due to concerns about Ukrainian attacks on the bridge.

Within 24 hours, three people, including two children, were injured as a result of Russian shelling of Sumy Oblast.

Such information is provided by the Sumy Regional Military Administration.

A 44-year-old resident of Zołotonosha tried to cross the border between Ukraine and Romania disguised as a woman.

The Ukrainian border guard reports the detention of a resident of Cherkasy region near the border with Romania in Transcarpathia. Due to martial law in Ukraine, men of military age are generally not allowed to leave the country’s borders.

The Russian government will resign today

The Russian government led by Mikhail Mishustin since 2018 will step down today as Vladimir Putin takes office as his new president. The new government is to be appointed by the Duma on May 10.

On Tuesday, Vladimir Putin will be sworn in for his fifth term as president of Russia.

The ceremony will begin at noon Russian time (11 a.m. Polish time) in the Kremlin. After winning the March 17 elections, Putin received another six-year term as Russia’s president, ruling until at least 2030. Under the current constitution, Putin can be re-elected after his current term expires. At the end of his fifth term, he will be next to Ivan the Terrible and Catherine the Great.

This was the situation at the front on the 803rd day of the war

This was the situation at the front on the 803rd day of the war

This was the situation at the front on the 803rd day of the war


Yesterday’s report on the events in Ukraine can be found here:

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Russia’s war with Ukraine. Day 803

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