LEarly morning airstrikes siren in several cities and regions of Ukraine Kiev, Liv (Lviv) and Odessa, Reuters News Agency Report Offices. At the same time, according to Ukrainian civil servants, Russian troops are preparing for several attacks in Ukraine.
To do this, the units tried to position themselves, secure and reassemble the items at the points they had previously occupied, according to a statement posted Monday night on Facebook.
Once this happens, new attacks are expected, for example in cities Kharkiv In the east, சுமி In the northeast or suburbs of Kiev Provari. Meanwhile, it was announced that further talks between the two sides would take place on Monday.
On Sunday, Russia attacked a Ukrainian military base near the Polish border. Near the attack on the military base Liv (Lviv), according to Ukrainian officials, at least 35 people were killed and more than 130 were injured.
In view of this, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky reiterated his call for the establishment of a NATO no-fly zone. “If you do not close our skies, it will take some time for Russian missiles to land in your territory, in NATO territory and in the homes of NATO citizens,” Zhelensky said in a video conference on Monday night.
“Thirty missiles alone in the Lviv region,” Zelenskyy said. “Nothing terrible has happened to the territory of the Russian Federation. It is 20 kilometers from the NATO border.
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The Ukrainian government has been demanding the establishment of a NATO no-fly zone since the start of the Russian war of aggression about three weeks ago. This is to prevent Russian airstrikes on Ukraine. However, it also refers to the direct involvement of NATO troops in the war, which many Western heads of state and heads of state reject out of fear of a confrontation with nuclear Russia.
Meanwhile, the Russian armed forces are increasingly increasing pressure Kiev. The immediate siege of the city was feared, with only the streets south of Kiev open on Sunday. An adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Kyiv was preparing for “tough security.” Local officials in Kiev say they have been collecting groceries for the next two weeks.
The fire broke out in an attack on a tall building north of the Ukrainian capital on Monday morning. At least two people were killed, Ukrainian television reported. The state Civil Defense first announced that 63 people had been evacuated. The search for the victims continues. Photos and videos show how firefighters rescued residents using turntable ladders. Smoke billowed from several floors. The fire is currently out. The skyscraper is said to have been hit by artillery shells. Could not verify it. Further information was not initially available.
A foreign journalist has been killed for the first time since Sunday in the suburb of Irbin, northwest of Kiev. A 50-year-old American journalist has been killed in a car crash and a U.S. colleague and Ukrainian driver have been injured.
In the area of Luhansk In the east of the country, Russia is primarily focused on moving in that direction Chevrodonetsk, According to the Ukrainian side. Moscow on Sunday announced that pro-Russian separatist militants had blocked the eastern and southern parts of the city, which has a population of 100,000. In places Topolsky And SchpAkivka In the region Kharkiv The enemies suffered and retreated.
The Crimean Peninsula, which was annexed by Russia, and the Donbass in eastern Ukraine are now said to be connected by land route. Crimean Deputy Prime Minister George Muradov told the Russian state agency Riya Novosti on Monday. “The road from the Crimea to Mariupol was brought under control,” Ria Novosti Muradov was quoted as saying. There is no confirmation from Ukraine for this.
Observers believe that one of the aims of Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine is to land route from the separatist areas on Russia’s border in eastern Ukraine to the Crimean peninsula.
The situation in the port city, which has been besieged by the Russian military for nearly two weeks, continues to be particularly dramatic. Like MariupolMore than 2,100 residents have died so far, according to the mayor’s office. The Doctors Without Borders aid organization warned of an “unimaginable tragedy” in the city of the Sea of Azov and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) issued a similar report.
On Sunday, an aid convoy carrying 90 tons of food and medicine was taken away by Orthodox priests and returned after Russian troops fired shells, the mayor’s adviser told AFP.
On Monday Mariupol will make a new attempt to bring help. Attempts to evacuate hundreds of thousands of stranded civilians safely through escape routes have repeatedly failed.
The Russian military opened fire on the Black Sea port city on Saturday, according to an AFP correspondent Mycolastic Many hospitals. On Sunday, authorities said at least 11 people had been killed in Russian attacks in Mykolayiv, one of them on a school.
In the eastern Ukrainian region Bopasna A local police spokesman said the Russian military had used phosphorus bombs. Many UN Organizations called for an end to attacks on health facilities.
Kadyrov visits Chechen troops
Meanwhile, the ruler of the Autonomous Republic of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, According to his own reports, visited his troops in Ukraine. In a video released on the Telegram Internet service on Monday night, Kadyrov was shown reading plans with players at a room table.
Kadyrov wrote that he was at the Hostomal airport near Kiev, which had been captured by Russian troops. However, the information could not be confirmed independently.
“Recently we were about 20 kilometers away from you, the Nazis in Kiev, and now we are even closer,” Kadyrov wrote in the Telegram. He called on Ukrainian forces to surrender “otherwise you will end up”. He added: “Russian practice teaches war better than foreign policy and the recommendations of military advisers.”
Kadyrov is a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to their own reports, Chechen soldiers are taking part in the attack in the neighboring country. Kadir’s troops have been accused of being involved in several attacks in Chechnya.
Negotiations will continue on Monday
According to both sides, talks between Moscow and Kiev will continue via video link on Monday. According to the Ukrainian side, it is about the “summary of preliminary decisions” of the previous talks. Most recently, representatives of the Ukrainian and Russian delegations expressed cautious and optimistic views during the talks.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky is pushing for direct talks between himself and the Russian president. In a video speech released on Monday night, Zelenskyj said, “Our delegation has a clear mission – to do everything possible to implement the meeting of the presidents.” It was the meeting that everyone was looking forward to. This is a difficult path, but it is necessary to obtain effective guarantees.
Ukraine has repeatedly pointed out that President Vladimir Putin makes all the final decisions. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov did not rule out a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Zhelensky on Russian state television on Sunday. But you need to understand what the outcome of the meeting should be and what will be discussed there.
As of this Monday, according to the Ukrainian government Ten escape corridors They agreed to allow the public to evacuate the areas affected by the fire. Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vareshchuk says this affects cities near the capital Kiev and the Luhansk region in the east. He says in a video message that another attempt is being made to bring relief chains with food and medicine around the marijuana from Berdyansk in southeastern Ukraine.
According to the UN, at least since the beginning of the war 596 Public Killed in Ukraine. In fact the number of victims may be very high. Almost 2.7 million The UN says people have been fleeing the country since Russia’s offensive.
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