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EuropeSixth day of war in Ukraine, last events of the morning

Sixth day of war in Ukraine, last events of the morning

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Moscow is certainly gathering its forces to launch an assault on Kiev and other major cities while international economic and financial measures against Russia continue.

This Tuesday, March 1 at 9:30 am, the Russian army is deploying near Kiev: a military convoy of more than sixty kilometers, identified by U.S. satellite images, is stationed less than than 25 kilometers from the center of the Ukrainian capital. Missiles have been fired at Kiev in

The second city of the country, Kharkiv, is bombed despite the deployment of Ukrainian forces facing the Russian army. on residential areas that have killed at least eleven civilians and injured half a hundred. According to the Ukrainian emergency services, the missiles have destroyed several buildings including the regional state administration, the opera house and the philharmonic.

The main government building in Kharkiv, on the square. Ukrainians are fighting back heroically, they are holding back tanks

Other bombings hit Chernihiv, in the north of the country, affecting a residential building and a kindergarten. In Kherson, in the south of the country, enemy soldiers are setting up checkpoints around the city still under Ukrainian control.

Mariupol, is currently without electricity after a Russian offesive, said the governor. The city is surrounded by troops arriving from Donbass in the east and Crimea in the west. In Kherson, in the south of the country, enemy soldiers are setting up checkpoints around the city still under Ukrainian control.
Since 9:00 am, electricity and heating are still cut off by the Russians in Mariupol.
Battles are raging between Ukrainian forces and Russian troops according to the mayor of the city, Vadym Boychenko. Despite these difficulties, “we are fighting to the last bullet, our armed forces are at the border,” he told TSN, a Ukrainian television news program.

In the late morning, Belarusian soldiers entered the Chernihiv region which is 75 kilometers from the Belarusian border. The information was confirmed by Vitaliy Kyrylov, the spokesman of the Northern Territory Defense Forces.

According to the Ukrainian army chief, the Russian army has launched one hundred and thirteen tactical missiles against Ukrainian towns and villages since the invasion began.

Russia will continue its offensive in Ukraine until its objectives are achieved, announced Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, once again accusing the Ukrainian army of using civilians as “human shields.

Quoted by Russian news agencies, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday “Western countries should not have military facilities in the former republics of the Soviet Union. Russia finds it unacceptable that some European countries accept U.S. nuclear weapons on their soil and is taking steps to prevent Ukraine from acquiring such weapons, he added.

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