Russo-Ukraine War LATEST NEWS: What we know on Day 204 of the invasion | Ukraine

  • , major city of krivi riho fought to stop Damage to its water system from Russian missile strikes. It was the largest city in central Ukraine with an estimated pre-war population of 650,000. Targeted by eight cruise missiles on Wednesday, officials said. Missile strikes hit the Karachunov Reservoir Dam. “The water pumping station was destroyed. The river broke through the dam and flowed along its banks. The residential buildings are just a few meters away from the river,” Ukrainian legislator inna sovsun Told.

  • alexander vilkuliThe head of the Krivi Rih military administration said in a post on Telegram that 112 houses were flooded, but repairs to the dam on the Inhulets River were underway, and “flooding was receding”. He said the water level had “dropped significantly” and there were no casualties.

  • Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky was involved in a traffic accident in Kyiv last night, but he is not seriously injured, his spokesman said in a Facebook post early Thursday. Serhi Nykiforov, who did not specify when the accident happened, said Zelensky’s car had collided with a private vehicle. “The president was examined by a doctor, no serious injuries were found,” he said, adding that the accident would be investigated. He said the medics accompanying Zelensky gave emergency assistance to the driver of the private car and put him in an ambulance.

  • In his nightly televised address, video of which was posted shortly after the accident, Zelensky said that he had Recently returned from the vicinity of Kharkiwi, adding that “almost the entire area is occupied” followed by a lightning counter-attack to dislodge Russian troops. “It was an unprecedented movement of our troops – the Ukrainians once again managed to do what many thought was impossible,” he said. After visiting the free city of Izium, Zelensky stated that Ukrainian troops occupied an area of ​​about 8,000 km (3,100 sq mi).

  • Kirill Stremosovone of the captured Russian-imposed leaders Kherson The territory of Ukraine claimed that about 120 Ukrainian soldiers were killed while trying to enter the Kherson region in the south of Ukraine. Kinburn Spit,

  • Rail services will resume between Kharkiv and Balaklia In the Kharkiv region on Thursday. Workers have already repaired bridges and dozens of damaged tracks since Balaklia was liberated on 8 September.

  • Ukraine continues to strengthen control of the newly liberated Kharkiv region, Britain’s Ministry of Defense said in its latest briefing. The update said it appeared that some Russian forces fled the advance of Ukrainian troops “apparently in panic”, leaving key equipment behind.

  • Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Found What Its Officials Believe “Torture Room” The city is used by Russian soldiers to hold Ukrainian prisoners. Balaklia. While some Balaklia residents told the Guardian Serhi Bolvinov, the head of the Kharkiv region’s National Police Investigation Department, said he had little contact with the Russian military, who mostly lived on the edge of the city, and had not experienced scenes of torture and executions seen elsewhere in the country. . During the occupation 40 people were taken into custody. A resident told the BBC that Russians kept him at the city’s police station for more than 40 days and were tortured by electric shock.

  • Russian President Vladimir PutinArrived in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, where he is expected to meet Chinese officials later Xi Jinping.

  • President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, arrived in Kyiv on Thursday morning. She has tweeted that she will meet zelensky and the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Dennis Schmihali, on Wednesday, Addressing the European Parliament in Strasbourg, von der Leyen insisted that “Putin will fail and Europe will win” and added that the EU will remain on course with its sanctions on Russia. “Restrictions are here to stay,” she said. “It is time for us to show resolve, not appeasement.”

  • Germany’s Minister of Economy, Robert Hebeksaid on Thursday that according to Kyiv’s own estimates, Ukraine €350bn (£300bn / $350bn) is needed for reconstruction.

  • The UN secretary-general said after a phone call with Putin on Wednesday that the prospects for peace in Ukraine are currently “minimal”. “I think we are still far from peace. I would be lying if I said it could happen soon,” Guterres said, “I have no illusions; at the present time the chances of a peace deal are minimal. ” “Even a ceasefire was not visible,” he said.

  • Kremlin sources are “now working to absolve Putin of any responsibility for the defeat, Instead of blaming the loss of almost all occupied Kharkiv territory on less-informed military advisers”, According to the US-based think tank Institute of the Study of War. In a statement reported by CNBC, the institute said that “Kremlin officials and state media campaigners are discussing the reasons for the Russian defeat in the Kharkiv region extensively, with limited detail reporting on exaggerated or fabricated Russian successes.” A remarkable change from his previous pattern”.

  • Putin still believes it was right to launch his offensive UkraineThe German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, said After a 90-minute telephone call with the Russian president on Wednesday. “Sadly, I can’t tell you that there has been a growing perception that starting this war was a mistake,” Scholz said in a press briefing.

  • Germany has delivered four more anti-aircraft guns and 65 refrigerators to Gepard. Ukraine, the German government announced on Wednesday. Four additional units bring the total number of Gepard units supplied by Germany to Ukraine to 24.

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