Russia’s war with Ukraine. Day 854. Live broadcast

Kremlin: Arrest warrant for Sergei Shoigu and General Valery Gerasimov absurd

The arrest warrant issued by the ICC for Russia’s former defense minister and chief of the country’s general staff, Dmitry Peskov, issued by the ICC in connection with Russia’s military operations in Ukraine – is “absolutely ridiculous, like the two previous warrants for Vladimir Putin and Russia,” according to the children’s rights ombudsman. Peskov also said that Russia does not recognize the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

The first exchange of prisoners with the participation of representatives of the Office of the Russian Ombudsman

As Ukrainian Ombudsman Dmytro Lubinets said on Wednesday, the exchange of prisoners of war between Ukraine and Russia took place on Tuesday for the first time with the participation of representatives of the Russian Ombudsman’s office. “Yesterday, during the exchange of prisoners of war, representatives of the Russian Ombudsman’s Office came for the first time to register possible human rights violations,” we read in a post published on Telegram.

Zelensky decorated doctors

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, said that he visited the stabilization point of the 47th regiment, that is, to the place where the wounded soldiers of this division were evacuated from the front. “I talked to our doctors, informed me about their needs. I gave them state awards,” Zelensky said on social media.

Volodymyr Zelensky, visiting Donetsk region, honored Ukrainian soldiers

Zelensky also asked for an operational report.

Clouds of smoke over Cape Souda in Crimea

The Krym.Realii website explains reports of smoke clouds rising over Cape Souda in occupied Crimea. Smoke can be seen at a military facility where Shahed kamikaze drones take off to attack targets in Ukraine.

What did David Cameron talk about in his conversation with Lexus and Wowan?

Russian comedians Lexus and Vovan impersonated Petro Poroshenko and spoke to the British Foreign Secretary. The transcripts show that they discussed with David Cameron: the issue of Ukraine’s possible invitation to join NATO.

Mark Rutte is the new Secretary General of NATO

On October 1, 2024, Rutte will replace Jens Stoltenberg.

Mark Rutte

There is a new NATO Secretary General

The US wants US arms companies to send their employees to Ukraine

According to CNN, US President Joe Biden’s administration is leaning towards allowing US arms companies to send workers to Ukraine. They will help Ukrainian forces maintain and repair US-supplied equipment.

Volodymyr Zelensky visits Donetsk region

Zelensky arrived in the Donetsk region with the commander of the Ukrainian army, General Oleksandr Chirsky, and the new commander of the joint armed forces, General Andriy Khanatov.

Alarm in Belgorod region

Russian officials said an aerial alert had been issued for Belgorod, Belgorod Oblast and the city of Shebekino due to the threat of a missile attack. Residents were asked for shelter, e.g. According to Russian media, sirens and explosions were heard in Belgorod.

More than 71 percent of refugees from Ukraine are set to return to their homeland in Lithuania.

This percentage of Ukrainians staying in Lithuania want to return to their homeland when it is safe there. 12 percent of refugees from Ukraine in Lithuania have not yet decided to return to Ukraine.

On the night of June 25-26, four people were injured in shelling in the Kharkiv region

The governor of the Kharkiv region, Ole Sinehubov, reported that four people were wounded as a result of shelling of the village of Poprivka in the Kharkiv region. Russian bombs damaged three residential buildings here. In turn, shelling hit the town of Borova in the Izium region, setting fire to a shop and damaging pharmacy and hospital buildings. In addition, anti-aircraft missiles fell on Kharkov, and unguided bombs fell on Kubiansk.

The Russian Defense Ministry reported that Russian prisoners freed by Ukraine have reached Moscow

On Tuesday evening, Russia and Ukraine exchanged prisoners of war, with both sides freeing 90 prisoners each. The United Arab Emirates was a mediator in the talks between Ukraine and Russia on the issue.

Russians report firing at radiation measurement site in Zaporizhia Oblast

Ukrainian shelling destroyed a radiation measurement point in the town of Velikaya Znamenka, the occupation administration of the Zaporozhian nuclear power plant said. At the same time, they report that the radiation level in the area of ​​the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, the largest power plant in Europe, is constantly monitored and does not exceed the norm.

During the night, the Ukrainian military reported that Russian troops launched attacks in southern Ukraine. According to this source, the impact of an aircraft-launched guided missile was recorded in the Mykolayiv region, and a ballistic missile hit an infrastructure facility in Odesa Oblast. No human casualties occurred.

More than 300 bombs fell in the Zaporozhye region

In the past 24 hours, Russian troops shelled seven towns in Zaporizhia province, recording 328 explosions, including 180 artillery shells, said Ivan Fedorov, head of the local military administration. There were no reports of injuries among civilians.

Shelling in Dnipropetrovsk region

Russian troops used artillery and drones to shell the Markanets commune in Nikopol region, and private buildings were damaged, head of regional authorities Serhiy Lizak said.

A new type of armed forces in Ukraine

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed a decree approving the decision of the Ukrainian National Defense and Security Council to create unmanned formation forces within the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The decree in this regard is published on the website of the President of Ukraine.

Russian Air Defense Forces shot down two Ukrainian drones that attacked military targets in Smolensk region

This information was given by the governor of the region Vasili Anokin. The attack took place around 4 am. According to Anoch’s statement, no one was injured in the attack.

There is currently a Russian ship in the Black Sea

The ship in the Black Sea has no caliber missiles. In turn, there are eight Russian ships in the Sea of ​​Azov – two of which are armed with a total of 16 Kalibr missiles.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine provided new information on Russian losses

As of February 24, 2022, Russia has approximately 538,060 soldiers, 8,039 tanks, 15,450 armored vehicles, 14,321 artillery, 1,108 rocket launchers, 863 anti-aircraft systems, 359 helicopters, 2,324 cruise missiles, 28 surface units, and 1 submarine Kick ship, 19,407 vehicles (including tankers) and 2,409 units of special equipment.

CSU Parliamentary Committee Chairman: Jobless refugees from Ukraine should be sent home

– More than two years after the start of the war, the rule must apply: start working in Germany or return to the safe areas of Western Ukraine – Alexander Dobrindt said a few days ago in “Bild am Sonntag”. The statement was criticized by government coalition parties and praised by populist groups from the right and left of the political scene.

Ukrainian flags at an anti-war demonstration in Berlin

Only one in ten Russians admits that Western sanctions have caused them and their families very serious problems.

Up to 88 percent of Russians do not feel such effects. Also, 68 percent of respondents believe that they are not concerned about the issue of political and economic sanctions against their country. That’s the conclusion of a recent survey conducted by the Levada Center, an independent center recognized as a “foreign agent” by Russian authorities.

Obstacles?  The Russians say they don't care.  How do they deal with restrictions?

General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine: 123 battles in 24 hours

In less than 24 hours, the Russians launched 43 airstrikes, 368 drone strikes and 2,700 artillery shells on Ukrainian military positions and populated areas, the Ukrainian General Staff said.

Ministry of Defense of Ukraine: Since the beginning of the war, we have been authorized to use 40 domestic and foreign armored vehicles by the armed forces.

According to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, the Ukrainian army currently uses armored vehicles manufactured by more than 10 countries around the world, including: the United States, Germany, Sweden, Great Britain, France, Italy, Norway. The following items are authorized for use by the Ukrainian Armed Forces: Abrams, Panther, Challenger tanks and Bradley infantry fighting vehicles.

Pentagon Spokesman on Potential Presence of North Korean Troops in Ukraine: We Will Pay Attention to It

– If I were the commander of the North Korean army, I would consider sending my soldiers as cannon fodder for an illegal war against Ukraine – Pentagon spokesman General Patrick Ryder.

In the Odesa region, 47 people of military age who tried to leave Ukraine were arrested at once.

People who want to leave Ukraine illegally were searched by Telegram. They paid PLN 5,000 to PLN 18,500 for help leaving the country. Dollars.

City Services in Cargo received 16 special vehicles from partners from the Netherlands

Such information was published on the Telegram channel of the Kharkiv City Council.

The trial of Ivan Gershkovich begins today in a court in Sverdlovsk

The Wall Street Journal journalist has been in Russian custody since spring 2023 on charges of espionage. Gershkovich and his editorial team deny the accusations leveled against the journalist by the Russian side. Gershkovich’s trial will take place behind closed doors, and materials in his case are classified.

The Russian Defense Minister spoke on the phone with the US Secretary of Defense

The dialogue took place on June 25 at the initiative of the US side. During the conversation, Austin stressed the importance of maintaining communication channels between Russia and the United States. In turn, Andriye Belousov warned his interlocutor that the supply of American weapons to the Ukrainian army risks further escalating the situation. “Other issues were discussed,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement.

Lloyd Austin and Andrei Belousov

A rail link between Vladivostok and Rasen in North Korea is set to open soon

Primorsky Krai Governor Oleg Kojemjako announced that direct passenger trains will run between Vladivostok and Razon from July. As he added, “Tourists can travel from Vladivostok to DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) and appreciate the beauty of local nature and local culture, learn about customs and traditions.”

This was the situation at the front on the 853rd day of the war

This was the situation at the front on the 853rd day of the war

This was the situation at the front on the 853rd day of the war


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

Ukrainian soldiers


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