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Russia’s war with Ukraine. Day 131 – Live coverage

Russia's war with Ukraine.  Day 131 - Live coverage

We will publish the latest news from Ukraine in the morning.

The Russians have lost 36,200 soldiers since the start of the war.

Muscovites voted to change the name of the square where the British diplomatic mission is located.

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A burning ammunition depot in Donetsk next to the railways

Phan Thu Kim Phuc, 59, was captured in the famous photo after the napalm attack on the Vietnamese countryside, taking 236 Ukrainian refugees on their way from Warsaw to Canada.

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Fan Thu Kim Phuc

According to the Ukrainian Prime Minister, the bill for the reconstruction of the carnage state should be borne by Russia.

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Liz Truss and Dennis Szmigal

Greece’s Environment and Energy Minister Costas Skrekas said after an extraordinary meeting of the crisis management team that the country was dealing “satisfactorily” with reducing natural gas supplies from Russia and ensuring energy security.

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German daily “Bild” wrote that Andrej Melnik, Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany, will take a position in the government.

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Andrei Melnik

Investigation into Russian grain theft in Zaporizhia is underway

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“Since February 24, no women have been forcibly conscripted into the army. Today, there are also no grounds for such mobilization and no obstacles for women to cross the border,” the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said in a press release.

The new package will include import and export bans on goods worth around £60m, including the export of refined petroleum goods, high-tech components and luxury goods.

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The reconstruction of Ukraine is not a domestic project. Addressing the participants of the two-day conference in Lugano, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that this is not a project of one nation, but a common task of the whole democratic world, of all countries that can say that they are civilized, dedicated to the reconstruction of post-war Ukraine.

The President and Minister of Defense of Russia spoke about the military operations in eastern Ukraine.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu

The head of the military department, Sergei Haidag, said that about ten thousand remained in Leshansk, which was occupied by the Russians. civilians. The city left 90 percent. population.

During the mass in the Methodius and Cyril Church in Kaliningrad, the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, Cyril, said that many are rising up against our Fatherland today, but we know that the Fatherland has done no harm to anyone. Two day visit.

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Patriarch Cyril

The Ukrainian authorities renewed their invitation to Pope Francis to visit this country, and also called for more prayer for the Ukrainian people – said spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Oleh Nikolenko, referring to the words of the Pope, who said in an interview. Reuters announced that he would like to visit Ukraine after returning from Canada and Moscow.

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There are currently three Russian ships and a submarine armed with Kalibr missiles maneuvering in the northwest of the Black Sea. The total number of rounds is 28 missiles, said Natalia Homenyuk, a spokeswoman for the Southern Operations Command of the Ukrainian Army. She added that there is a “large landing ship” of the Russian fleet in the Black Sea.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that the Kremlin will respond “adequately” to the decision of the authorities in Sofia to expel 70 Russian diplomats and employees of diplomatic missions. The decision was announced last week by the outgoing Bulgarian Prime Minister Kirill Petkov.

A spokeswoman for the Ukrainian Army’s Southern Operations Command, Natalia Homenyuk, said that Ukrainian soldiers raised their country’s flag on Snake Island.

After, after 1:00 pm, the SB meeting began, where the decisions of the NATO Summit in Madrid will be discussed. – NATO has shown absolute unity – said President Andrei Duda, opening the meeting.

Reuters quoted Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov as saying that Russian President Vladimir Putin will not congratulate US President Joe Biden on Independence Day. “Congratulations are hardly appropriate this year,” he said at a press conference, adding that “the reason is the unfriendly policy of the United States.”

In an interview with Reuters, Pope Francis referred, inter alia, to the situation in Ukraine. He noted that in connection with his possible trip to Moscow, the Vatican’s Foreign Minister Petro Parolin contacted the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Sergey Lavrov. Francis said that when the Vatican asked about the possibility of a pope’s visit a few months ago, Moscow replied that this was not the time. The Pope suggested that something had changed in this regard.

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The US drug company MSD has stopped the delivery of vaccines against chickenpox, rubella, measles and mumps to the Russian Federation. Earlier, other concerns – Eli Lilly, GSK and AbbVie – announced a cut in drug supplies to Russia.

On the sidelines of the “Conference on Reconstruction of Ukraine” in Lugano, the Executive Vice President of the European Commission and Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis met with the Prime Minister of Ukraine. Denis Szmihal said that during the talks, “measures that would contribute to strengthening Ukraine’s trade with the European Union” were discussed.

The head of the Sumy Oblast administration, Dmytro Zwicky, said that the night in the region passed quietly, but in the morning Russian forces carried out mortar shelling near Shalihin. According to Shweike, there were no injuries or damage.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced that after the occupation of Lyschansk, the last Ukrainian-controlled city in the Luhansk region, Russian forces were preparing an attack on the Kyiv-controlled cities in the Donetsk region. “The enemy is regrouping its forces to resume the offensive,” the press release said.

The governor of the Luhansk region, Serhiy Haiday, said that about 8,000 people remained in Severodonetsk, which was occupied by the Russian army. civilians, and in Lisiczask – about 10 thousand. “We are maintaining the defense of a small part of the Luhansk region, so that our army has time to build defensive strongholds,” he added in a social media post.

After the capture of the city of Lisichańsk by the Russian army, the situation at the front of the Battle of Donbass was commented on by British analyst Michael Clarke in an interview with Sky News.

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A soldier in a car on the road to Lyschansk, photo from June 26

Ukraine will relax rules on the departure of men of military age. Truck drivers will be released to the union.

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Singer Jamal, who won the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, said she was “really sad” that the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) decided to move the 2023 Song Contest from Ukraine to another country, but she knows it “should be a quiet place” for everyone.

“The United Kingdom took second place in the competition, so if for any reason Ukraine cannot host the event, it would be fair to host it in one of the British cities,” she said. She added that she considered the decision on the venue of the competition to be “premature.”

Ukrainian media reported that an ammunition depot was destroyed in the Russian-occupied town of nieżne (Donetsk Oblast). A video clip of the explosion appeared on social media.

Ole Sinihopov, head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, said that in the morning the Russian forces launched an offensive in the Shevchenkiv district of the region. He said the Russians “chosen” a high school building as their target. “Rescuers are clearing the rubble,” he wrote on social media, adding that there were no reports of casualties.

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As of February 24, the Russians lost about 36.2 thousand in Ukraine. Soldiers, 1,589 tanks, 3,754 armored vehicles, 804 artillery groups, 246 missile launchers, 105 anti-aircraft groups, 217 aircraft, 187 helicopters, 658 unmanned aerial vehicles, 144 cruise missiles, 15 surface units, 2,629 vehicles (including tanks) ) and 65 units of special equipment.

Valentin Reznezhenko, head of the regional administration in the Dnipropetrovsk region, said on social media that the night was “turbulent” in the southwest of the region. Rezniczenko reported that Russian forces carried out artillery bombardments on two hromadas, Zelenodolska and Szyrokivska, hitting “towns and villages”. According to Rezniczenko, no one was hurt.

New data from the Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office also shows that the number of children injured as a result of hostilities in Ukraine has risen to 644.

The head of the administration of the Donetsk region, Pavlo Kirilenko, said in social media that the number of wounded in the bombing of the city of Slavyansk rose to 19. Six people were killed in the attack, including a child. About 40 buildings were destroyed – added Kyrylenko.

Reuters: The European Investment Bank is proposing a financing structure previously used during the COVID-19 pandemic to help rebuild Ukraine with investments of up to 100 billion euros.

Citing an official document, Reuters reported that the EU-Ukraine Gateway Trust Fund (EU GTF) will seek initial contributions of €20 billion from EU countries and the EU budget in the form of grants, loans and guarantees.

These guarantees will have a so-called multiplier effect leading to infrastructure projects with a total value of about 100 billion euros, which is about half of Ukraine’s urgent needs.

Delegates from dozens of countries, international organizations and the private sector are expected to meet in Switzerland today to draw up a “Marshall Plan” for the reconstruction of war-torn Ukraine.

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said Britain wants to follow Canada’s lead, seizing Russian assets and handing them over to victims of the Russian war in Ukraine.

“I support that concept,” Truss said. “We are watching this closely. Canadians have just enacted the regulations. This is an issue we are working on with the Home Office and the Treasury, but I definitely agree with that concept. We just need to know the details really well.”

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Russian ammunition depot in eastern Donetsk region will be destroyed

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Street in Siwersk.  Now, in this city of 12,000 people, there will be another line in the Donetsk region
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