October 1, 2022

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Ukraine war: ++ Moscow reportedly using anti-personnel mines on front lines ++

NAccording to British intelligence services, Russia is using the most dangerous anti-personnel mines in Ukraine. Moscow wants to keep its front lines in Ukrainian Donbas region To defend, tweeted the British Ministry of Defense on Monday. Mines are extremely dangerous for troops and local civilians.

It said the BFM-1 type mines, also known as butterfly mines, were “deeply controversial”. In the war in Afghanistan they would have had such terrible consequences that children would have mistaken them for toys. Russia also appears to be using its Soviet-era inventory, which has ailed for years and is now even more unpredictable, the British report said. This represents a significant risk for special forces demining in these areas.

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For the second time in days, Moscow and Kiev opened fire on each other Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant Before. The Ukrainian military fired a rocket at the nuclear power plant on Sunday night, Russian news agency Interfax reported, citing the city’s occupation administration. EnerhodarA power plant is located in it.

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On the other hand, the Ukrainian nuclear company Enerhoatom accused the Russians of shelling a base they controlled themselves. The information provided by both parties could not be independently verified initially. The International Atomic Energy Agency demands that both sides allow independent nuclear experts unfettered access.

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Shelling in Zaporizhia

According to United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, the risk of nuclear conflict is “decades away”. Nuclear powers must pledge not to use these weapons for the first time, Guterres said at a news conference in Tokyo on Monday ahead of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Day weekend marking the 77th anniversary of the first atomic bomb attack.

Any attack on the nuclear power plant would be “suicide,” he said, referring to renewed reports of Russian shelling of Zaporizhia, Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant in Europe.

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Current situation in Ukraine

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In the area of Donetsk Meanwhile, the Ukrainian army continues to defend the last major city still under its control in the Donbass. A small town of particular strategic importance Bachmood Under heavy pressure from the Russian offensive.

Ukrainian troops have re-secured a strategically important bridge in the Russian-held city, the Interfax news agency reported. Gerson fired upon. The agency said, quoting an official, that the reopening of the bridge was delayed due to breakdown of construction machinery.

The bridge is one of two crossings leading to Russian-occupied territory on the west bank of the Dnipro River in southern Ukraine. Over the past few weeks, Ukrainian troops have attempted to destroy the bridge with US-supplied high-precision missiles – perhaps in preparation for a counter-attack.

The first cargo ship arrived at the port of Ukraine

A cargo ship has docked in a Ukrainian port for the first time since the end of the Russian naval blockade. “Bulk carrier Fulmar S is in port Chornomorsk Arrived and ready for loading,” the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced on its Telegram channel.

Ships that have left Ukrainian ports in recent days have been stuck there since the war began. Resumption of shipping and grain exports from Ukraine are critical to stabilizing global food prices.

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Sheep are comfortable under shaded solar panels

Since the beginning of August, eight ships carrying grain have left Ukrainian ports. They are among dozens of cargo ships stranded there since the war began in February due to a Russian naval blockade and the Ukrainian military’s mining of its own ports. With the arrival of the Fulmar S, the grain corridor now has “entry and exit,” explained Oleksandr Kubrakov, the Minister of Infrastructure.

According to a report by the Interfax news agency, Ukrainian troops have again shelled a strategically important bridge controlled by Russia. Gerson. The agency said, quoting an official, that the reopening of the bridge was delayed due to breakdown of construction machinery. The bridge is one of two crossings leading to Russian-occupied territory on the west bank of the Dnipro River in southern Ukraine. Over the past few weeks, Ukrainian troops have attempted to destroy the bridge with US-supplied high-precision missiles – perhaps in preparation for a counter-attack.

Zelenskyj announces “good news”.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has hinted that more weapons may be delivered to Ukraine. “Next week we expect news from partners regarding aid packages. good news!” Zelenskyy said in his video speech on Sunday. Arms supplies from the West continue to be the key to successful defense.

According to Selenskyjs, tough fights are taking place Donbass. The situation there is difficult. “Protecting places like Avdiivka, Pisky, Maryinka and Bakhmut required our main effort and, unfortunately, many lives,” he said.

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