Kremenchuk shopping center: 21 dead, mayor confirms
According to the Ukrainian military, Lisysansk is “not surrounded”.
“Fighting rages around Lysisansk. “Fortunately, the city is not surrounded, it is under the control of the Ukrainian army,” said the spokesman of the National Guard of Ukraine, Rauslan Mousichuk, denying the information provided by the military representative earlier. Luhansk separatist.
The French defense sector is poised to ramp up production
Defense Minister Sébastien Lecornu said French defense firms are “ready” to increase production as the government wants. But finding workers is one of the difficulties, he admitted in 2020 during a visit to Arecia, an equipment manufacturer near Valencians (north), which began producing high-powered bombs for aircraft, weighing up to 1 ton, previously imported. America.
“To save several months or several years (…), it will be necessary to make many small decisions at various levels, within the institutions of the department but also of the state, he underlined. To create a “plan” in this direction, to create a plan “connected to the law of military programming”, in the department He asks the players.
The reaction of the British government
As we mentioned earlier, two Britons accused by pro-Russian factions of fighting alongside mercenaries and Ukrainians face the death penalty in the Donetsk region. A spokesman for the British Foreign Office responded. “We condemn the exploitation of civilians and prisoners of war for political purposes and we have communicated this to Russia. We are in constant contact with Ukraine in both cases and fully support Ukraine’s efforts to secure their release.
A new form of resistance
Multiple assassination attempts against pro-Russian officials have taken place in the south of the country, particularly in the occupied territories of the city of Kherson, as reported by several media outlets, including CNN, citing US officials.
“Requirement” for the 7th Set of Impediments
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says he spoke with EU Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Borrell about the current situation. “We both agree on the need to adopt the 7th package of European sanctions and we are working on that,” he assured.
Lysychansk is surrounded
Russian news agencies report that pro-Russian separatists have surrounded the city of Lysizansk. A symbolic advance, because Lisitsanks strategy for the Russians: it Luhansk is the last major city of the region Still in Ukrainian hands. “Today the Luhansk People’s Army (A separatist army) and the Russian armed forces occupy the last strategic heights, which allows us to ensure that the Lisitsansk region is completely surrounded,” elaborates the representative of the separatist army of Lugansk, Andrei Marochko, quoted by the Russian news agency Tass. .
Resilience Plan: Details of eligibility criteria for organizations exposed to the effects of war
Announced on March 16, it was not verified by the European Commission until June 30. Businesses will be able to submit claims for “gas and electricity” emergency assistance from July 4. To qualify, they must have purchased gas and electricity for at least 3% of their turnover in 2021, and the price of gas will double for a qualifying period from March to May 2022, with one hand from June to August. On the other hand, compared to the average price of 2021, 2022.
The amount of assistance depends on the extent of operational losses.
“The world is not tired of supporting Ukraine”
On Twitter, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s Ukrainian adviser Mykhailo Podoliak dispels the notion of “Ukrainian fatigue.” “The world is not tired of supporting Ukraine. The world is tired of the Russian gas threat, manmade crises, inflation, political assassinations, chemical weapons, terrorism and constant blatant lies. Tired Complicated Putin’s employees,” he said.
The Russians control about 1,500 km² of Ukrainian territory
As specified world, The Ukraine War Map account, which maps military movements and Russian advances in Ukraine since the beginning of the conflict, calculated on Friday that by the end of June, Moscow controlled 1,500 km² of Ukrainian territory, or 19.2% of the country.
Moscow says Ukrainian weapons stockpiles have been destroyed
As the Guardian reports, the Russian Defense Ministry says it has destroyed five command posts of the Ukrainian army in the Donbass and Mykolaiv region. Three munitions depots in Zaporizhia were also reportedly hit. The information is not yet confirmed.
Russian ship seized in Greece
A Russian tanker carrying Iranian oil seized in Greece in mid-April under European sanctions linked to the war in Ukraine is now heading for the port of Piraeus, Greek maritime officials say. Greek authorities had announced weeks earlier that the ship and its crew would be released.
Meeting in Lviv about Belarus
In Telegram, Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy announced that he had organized a meeting with civil and military leaders of the Lviv region regarding the “unpredictable” situation on the border between Ukraine and Belarus. “The situation is changing, so our defense strategies must change,” he said. last week, Kyiv accuses Russia of wanting to drag its Belarusian ally into the conflict He assured that Russian missiles were launched from Belarus at the Ukrainian village.
Two Britons were accused by the Russians of being mercenaries
Two Britons detained by pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine have been accused of being “mercenaries” fighting Ukrainians, according to The Guardian, which reports comments from a Russian news agency. They have also been charged with “terrorism” and “seizing power by force”. For these facts, they theoretically suffer the death penalty.
Russia’s “Deliberate Terrorism”
Ukraine’s president blames Russia in his daily nightly video For committing a “conscious and deliberate act of terrorism”., more than 20 people, including a child, were killed in a strike in Belgorod-Dniester district, Odesa region, between Thursday and Friday night. It was not, according to him, “some error or an accidental missile strike”. He insists that “no one was hiding a weapon or military equipment” in the affected apartment, repeating that it was the civilians who lived there. In this video, Volodymyr Zelensky thanked the United States and “Joe Biden for the announced new support” this Friday.
Explosions in Mykolaiv
Oleksandr Senkevich, the mayor of the city of Mykolaiv, reported on Telegram that powerful explosions were heard in the commune, located between Odessa and Kherson. As of now, their whereabouts are still unknown, but the elected representative is urging residents to stay safe.
Day of mourning in Odessa region
Details of the strikes in Odessa
Also, in the same report, British Ministry of Defense intelligence explains that the missiles hit Odessa on the night of June 30 to July 1. It also caused more than 20 deaths – KH-22 seem to be so-called “kitchen missiles” that are “not very accurate” and “not suitable for precision strikes”.
Russian troops advance around Lysytchansk
According to a daily report from the British Ministry of Defence, Russian troops are making slow advances around Lisysansk, while Ukrainian forces continue to block the Russians in the southeastern outskirts of the district.
Learning International Law
In Kyiv, the Swiss NGO “Apple de Genève” is sending the basics of international law to foreign fighters who have come to help Ukrainians. And especially for the Georgian National Legion, its fighters honor the learned rules and sign a document to complete the training.
Civilians were killed in Sloviansk
In Telegram, Pavlo Kyrilenko, head of the Donetsk military administration, confirms this Saturday morning that Russian forces have killed four civilians in Sloviansk in the past 24 hours. He also notes that “it is impossible to establish the exact number of victims in Mariupol.”
European Court of Human Rights urges Russia to respect prisoners of war
The organization, a human rights watchdog on the European continent, was seized by a young Ukrainian woman living in Mykolaiv, whose husband, Yaroslav Anatolyovich Olynichenko, was allegedly held as a prisoner of war by Russian forces. She collected eyewitness accounts of alleged torture in which her husband was also held captive when Ukrainians were held by Russian forces in a prisoner-of-war camp.
Therefore, the applicant asked the court to direct the Russian and Ukrainian governments to locate her husband, ensure his safety and release him.
Finland says war in Europe ‘definitely’ possible beyond Ukraine
Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto said in an interview with CNN on Friday that a war in Europe beyond Ukraine is “definitely” possible. He urged countries to support Kiev.
New US military aid
The Pentagon on Friday announced $820 million in new military aid to Ukraine, including missiles, bombs and air defense equipment to combat Russian forces in the south and east of the country.
The 14th’s equipment includes two anti-aircraft systems, four counter-battery radars, new missiles for the American Himars multiple rocket launchers, which recently arrived on the battlefield, and 150,000 155 mm shells.
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