Things to remember from Friday 24th June

Ukrainian troops withdrew from the eastern city of Severodonetsk. A Russian occupation officer was killed in the attack. FrancesInfo looks back on what to remember from that day.

Ukrainian forces were ordered to leave Severdonetsk

“It doesn’t make sense to be in a position that has been bombed continuously for months”, Luhansk Governor, Sergei Kaitay, explained about the telegram news. Although expected to be withdrawn, it has been a major blow to kyiv since Moscow officially launched its offensive on April 19 in the Donbass in eastern Ukraine.

Is Chevrodonetsk It was bombed incessantly by the Russians for several weeks.According to Sergei Guido, “All the essential infrastructure has been destroyed. 90% of the city is damaged and 80% of the houses have to be destroyed.”. “There are 568 public shelters in Azot”Severodonetsk’s industrial zone, the only sector in the city, is still in the hands of Ukrainian troops, he noted.

A Russian occupation officer has been killed in an attack in the Russian-controlled city of Kherson

“It was a targeted attack on a civilian and military administration collaborator that killed him.”The interview was confirmed by executive member Kirill Stremoussov By the Russian company Rhea Novosti (In Russian). Izvestia site broadcast Picture of that place (In Russian), On a tree-lined street, we could see the car still smoking. The bomber struck shortly after 8 a.m. as the officer was leaving his home for work. The victim, Dmitry Savlutchenko, who was in charge of sports and youth in the Kerson region, was a member of the party of the Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Medvetsk, who was imprisoned in April.

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Attacks targeting occupation officers have multiplied: on Wednesday, a pro-Russian officer in the Tchornobaivka townhall thus escaped from the explosion of his car in an explosive device. On the same day, in the neighboring region of Zaporizhia, TheHe is thought to have survived an earlier attempt to oust him following Mr Jiang’s intervention.

Moscow reacts to EU decision to grant Ukraine candidate status

The The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov initially called for the move“Internal Affairs” To the EU. But then he said It was “Important” It’s for Moscow “All these processes did not bring much trouble to Russia.”.

Later, it was the speaker Saw the Russian Foreign Ministry Choose From the European Union “A geopolitical capture“The location of the former Soviet Union, its purpose “Contains Russia”. He said he uses Brussels “Methods of Political and Economic Threat” And the candidate must put pressure on the states “Illegal Prohibitions” Against Moscow.

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