December 4, 2022

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The current war in Ukraine: the army recaptured 29 settlements around Kiev and Chernihiv

D.According to civil servants, the Ukrainian Armed Forces has 29 settlements in the region Kiev And Chernihiv Recaptured by Russian troops. Russia said in a statement on Friday that it had withdrawn some of its troops from the area.

Russian siege and shelling of cities in northeastern Ukraine continued Chernihiv And Kharkiv However, public servants also announced. In the east and south, Russian forces also tried to capture cities Bopasna, Ruby ne And take Mariupol, the territory of the separatist areas Donetsk And Luhansk To expand.

The mayor of Kiev had previously spoken of easing the situation. “Thanks to the firm defense and heroic actions of our troops, the situation around the city is improving,” General Mykola Shirnov said in a statement issued Thursday evening. However, fighting continues in the suburbs of the Ukrainian capital.

Ukrainian soldiers near a destroyed Russian tank on the outskirts of Kiev

Credit: AFP / RONALDO SCHEMIDT

“Branches of the Ukrainian Army and State Rescue Service are clearing the liberated areas and clearing landmines,” Jirnov said. Despite the progress, he called on people to be vigilant. Aerial warning signals should be constantly monitored. Civilian infrastructure is also being restored, affecting companies and trade and service facilities, Shirnov stressed.

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This is confirmed by the statements of Ilya Ponomarenko, a reporter for the Independent Media Institute “The Give Independent”, Which is supported by Axel Sprinkler SE, which also includes WELT. The situation is still far from normal, but many small shops are reopening, he wrote on Twitter. Supermarkets and small cafes welcomed customers back, and even the liquor ban in the city has been lifted since today.

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Ukraine recaptured areas near Chershen

In the southern Ukrainian region Gerson According to their own reports, Ukrainian troops have been able to recapture eleven settlements in the past few days. The Defense Ministry announced in Kyiv on Thursday evening that they had got their hands on heavy Russian military technology, including T-64 tanks. Thanks to the success, residents can now get food and medicine. The public welcomed the Ukrainian forces. The information cannot be verified independently.

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Source: Infographic World

According to reports, one of the recaptured apartments Novovorontsovka. The site is strategically located on the right bank of the Dniebro River, which is turned off here to form the Kagovka Reservoir. The advance of Ukrainian troops into the Gershon area would make it a major city Grivie Rih Prevent Russian units from entering the city of strategic importance Mycolastic Disconnected from materials.

The convoy passes through the city of Mariupol

Besieged Like Mariupol According to the city administration, it is further disconnected from the outside world. Pedro Andriyushchenko, an adviser to Mariupol Mayor Vadim Boychenko, wrote in a telegram on Friday that it was not possible to move to a city in southern Ukraine. At the same time, it is very dangerous for residents to try to escape on their own. The Russian side has shown no real desire for security for residents in Ukrainian-controlled territory.

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Since Thursday, the occupiers have refused to allow even small-scale humanitarian aid into the city, the adviser explained. On Friday, however, Russia’s representatives allowed 42 buses with Mariupol residents to leave the neighboring city of Berdyansk. Mariupol residents can board the buses themselves.

A convoy of about 2,000 refugees with the Red Cross was heading to the Ukrainian-held town of Saborishia this afternoon.

Kremlin: First Ukrainian air strike on Russia – Ukraine disagrees

According to Russian sources, Ukrainian helicopters carried out the first attack on a fuel depot in Russia. Army helicopters flew over Russian territory and the city’s fuel depot Belgorod Was attacked, the governor of the region Vyacheslav Gladkov told his missionary telegram channel on Friday. There was a fire in the camp.

Russia accuses Ukraine of airstrikes on fuel depot in Belgorod

Russian sources say Ukrainian helicopters have attacked a fuel depot in western Russia. Two low-flying Ukrainian military helicopters flew over the Russian border and attacked a gas depot in Belgorod.

Source: World / Michael Woollenweber

Belgorod is located 40 kilometers from the Ukrainian border and 80 kilometers from the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. If the information is correct, it will be the first attack by Ukraine on the Russian border. Ukraine denies Russian account

Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the National Security and Security Council of Ukraine, has denied allegations that his country’s armed forces were behind the fuel depot fire. “For some reason they say it’s us,” he said on television. “According to the information I have received, it is not true,” Danilov explained.

The Kremlin said the attack would complicate talks on a ceasefire with Kiev. “Of course, this will not create a favorable environment for negotiations to continue,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow. Russia and Ukraine continued their ceasefire talks via video conference on Friday.

The plane with refugees from Moldova reached Duringia

On Friday, a second plane carrying Ukrainian refugees landed on an international flight Republic of Moldova In Germany. There were 117 people on board the plane that arrived at Erfurt-Weimar Airport in the afternoon.

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Source: WELT / Isabell Bischoff infographic

Germany has promised to take 2,500 Ukrainian refugees from Moldova. The first plane landed in Frankfurt, Maine, last week. Federal Interior Minister Nancy Fasser (SPD) announced that the flight from Moldova was set up in a very short time.

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