Russo-Ukraine War LATEST: What We Know on Day 209 of Invasion | Russia

  • Ukrainian forensic experts have so far recovered 146 bodies, mostly civilians, from a mass burial site near Izium in eastern Ukraine., the regional governor said on Monday. Kharkiv region governor Oleh Sinyubov said two children were among the bodies recovered. The Kremlin has denied allegations that Russian forces committed war crimes in Ukraine’s Kharkiv province.

  • Ukraine recaptured a village close to the eastern city of Lisichansk in a small but symbolic victory, meaning Russia no longer has full control of the Luhansk region., one of the major war objectives of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Luhansk Governor Serhi Haidai said Ukraine’s armed forces were “absolutely under control”. bilohorevka, “This is a suburb of Lysychansk. Soon we will sweep these crooks out of there with a broom. “Step by step, centimeter by centimeter, we will free our whole land from invaders.”

  • The leaders of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic were beginning to panic, Haidai claimed. He claimed there had been several reports of snatch squads detaining and enlisting men on the street, while mobile communications and the Internet were blocked to prevent people from learning about Moscow’s military failures. Is.

  • The leader of the Moscow-backed administration in the Donbass has called for an immediate referendum on the region becoming part of Russia., Denis Pushilin, the head of the Moscow-based separatist administration in Donetsk, called on his fellow separatist leader in Luhansk to coordinate efforts toward preparing a referendum on joining Russia. “Our actions must be synchronized,” Pushilin said in a video posted on social media on Monday.

  • The speed of the Ukrainian army’s advance in the north-east had put the Russian army in a “panic”.Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his nightly address. Zelensky said he was now focusing on “speed” in free zones. “The speed at which our soldiers are moving. Speed ​​to restore normal life,” he said.

  • Russian troops attacked the Pivdenukrensk nuclear power plant in Ukraine’s southern Mykolaiv region early Monday But its reactors have not been damaged and are operating normally, Ukraine’s state nuclear company Energoatom said. In a statement, Energoatom said an explosion occurred 300 meters from the reactors and damaged power plant buildings shortly after midnight. The attack also damaged a nearby hydroelectric power plant and transmission lines.

  • Ukrainian officials say 200 Russian soldiers killed in Sunday’s attack When a missile struck a former bus shelter where they were located, in the border town of Svatov. According to the Institute for the Study of War, Russia has failed to send reinforcements. The thinktank said it is now under pressure and in the grip of another retaliation.

  • Ukraine’s armed forces said troops crossed the Oskil River over the weekend. Marking another important milestone for countermeasures in the North-East Kharkiv region. The river flows south into the Siversky Donets, which snakes through the Donbass, the main center of Russia’s invasion.

  • Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could increase grain prices by 7% and increase greenhouse gas emissions If production in other parts of the world expanded to make up for any shortages, a study published in Nature Food found. Russia and Ukraine together export about 28% of the world’s wheat supply.

  • A court in rebel-held Luhansk has sentenced two employees of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to 13 years in prison for treason., OSCE President Zbigniew Rau denounced the “unfair” detention of members of the mission since the outbreak of the war, calling it “nothing but pure political theatre… inhumane and counterproductive”.

  • Be the first to comment

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published.