Russia-Ukraine War Update: Russia On the 110th day of the Ukraine war, Russia bombed several areas. On Monday, the Western media gave an important news. Some mass graves have been found in the jungle on the outskirts of Kyiv. At present 7 bodies have been exhumed from the same grave. The local administration says all the bodies belong to Kyiv people. They were killed after being tortured by Russian soldiers. What is special is that this outer part of Kyiv was a famous picnic and tourist destination. Citizens of Kyiv used to come here for holidays. There is also a small river near this forest.
Meanwhile, officers stationed in Russian-occupied southern Ukraine celebrated Russia Day. Russian authorities also began issuing Russian passports to residents of the city of Militopol who had applied for them. On the other hand, the war has intensified in the city of Severodonsk. The Russian army also fired rockets here.
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According to Russia’s state news agency RIA Novosti, a Russian band performed in a large square in the city of Kherson to celebrate Russia Day. Russian officials stationed in Zaporizhia waved the Russian flag over the city of Militopol and issued passports to those applying for Russian citizenship.
Now the Russian military is advancing rapidly into eastern Ukraine, and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky is clearly in fear. Vladimir Putin’s army is also at the forefront of the battle for control of Sverdlovsk.
The Ukrainian army lacks weapons and other equipment. Zelensky has called for help from European countries.
According to the New York Times, the increase in Russian troops has put pressure on European countries to take a major decision to stop Putin. However, some European leaders believe that a conclusion can still be reached through negotiations.
Along with Severodontsk, Putin’s army is rapidly advancing on Lysichansk. This is an important and sensitive part of eastern Ukraine.
European leaders are due to meet under the G-7 later this month. It is expected that a major decision will be made regarding aid to Ukraine.
A special report from Finland states that although many countries, including Europe and the United States, have banned oil imports from Russia in the first 100 days of the war, Russia’s oil exports have not declined. came.
According to the report, Russia exported a record 93 93 billion worth of oil in the first 100 days of the war. In addition, the Putin government made a lot of money from natural gas exports.
The Russian army bombed the Ajut chemical plant in the Ukrainian city of Luhansk. Ukrainian soldiers are also present at the Severodonsk plant. The Russian military has cordoned off the area and said it would not blow it up.
There is talk of surrender by Ukrainian troops. Amid the blaze, 800 people have taken refuge in bunkers.
Tags: Russia, Russia-Ukraine War, Vladimir Putin
First publication: June 14, 2022, 07:57 AM IST