the Russians are not making much progress on the battlefield

Another mass grave would have been discovered in Mariupol, according to a councilor of the mayor, Petro Andriushchenko. “We have received news of a mass grave of residents of Mariupol, dug in an attempt to hide the consequences of war crimes. It is located in the Livoberezhnyi district near the cemetery of the village of Vynohradne.

This further confirms that the occupiers are carrying out mass burial and cremation of the dead Mariupol residents in all districts of the city “Andriushchenko said on Telegram according to Ukrinform reports. The councilor also published a satellite image showing the mass grave area Another satellite image previously detected showed the mass grave area at Manush, outside Mariupol, where between 3,000 and 9,000 civilians killed by Russian troops could be buried.

According to the mayor of Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko, more than 20,000 civilians have died in the city since the Russian invasion, while about 120,000 have remained, with evacuation attempts proceeding slowly.

Russia assures, “normalized” Mariupol situation

The Russian Defense Ministry assures that the situation in Mariupol “has normalized”, despite the reduced resistance in the Azovstal steel plant (thus confirming that it has control despite Kiev claims that the port city on the shores of the Azov Sea is still Ukrainian ). “In Mariupol the situation has normalized: the inhabitants now have the possibility to move freely on the streets without hiding from the bombing of the Ukrainian Nazis”, said the spokesman for the Defense Ministry, Igor Konashenkov.

According to the spokesman, humanitarian aid such as food, water and basic necessities are delivered to the population remaining in the city (about 100,000 people, according to Kiev). “The authorities of the Donetsk People’s Republic are organizing the clearing of debris from the streets and the removal of the affected Ukrainian military equipment.”

Konashenkov also assured that Ukrainian soldiers and troops of the Azov nationalist battalion and mercenaries from “the United States and European countries” who allegedly fight with them “are blocked in the territory of the Azovstal plant”.

  • 07:13

    British intelligence: limited Russian progress

    “Despite increased activity, Russian forces have not made much progress in the past 24 hours as Ukrainian counterattacks continue to hamper their efforts.” This is what we read in the latest update on the situation in Ukraine on the 59th day since the beginning of the Russian invasion, published by the British Defense Intelligence. “The Russian air and maritime forces have not established control in either sector due to the effectiveness of Ukraine’s air and sea defense which reduces their ability to make notable progress”, the intelligence points out referring to the two main theaters. of the war, in the south and east of the country.

    As for Mariupol, according to London even though the Russians claimed to have captured the port city, “heavy fighting continues to unfold frustrating Russian attempts to capture the city, further slowing down their desired progress in the Donbass.”

  • 02:12

    Guterres will meet Zelensky next Thursday

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will meet with President Volodymyr Zelensky in Ukraine next week after a stop in Moscow to confer with President Vladimir Putin on the war. Guterres will see Zelensky and the Ukrainian foreign minister on Thursday, two days after the visit to Moscow, the United Nations said in a statement.

  • 00:05

    Canada sends heavy artillery to Kiev

    Canada sent four M777 howitzers and ammunition supplied by the Canadian military to the Ukrainian army. This was announced by the Ministry of Defense. The dispatch of heavy artillery was promised by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

  • 00:01

    Zelensky: “Southern control is the road to Moldova”

    The Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, is convinced that the Russian intention to create a land corridor in southern Ukraine is in fact a road that Moscow wants to open towards Transnistria, the separatist enclave in Moldova. “One of the goals of the Russian army is to establish full control over the Donbass and southern Ukraine: this will ensure a land corridor to Crimea “and” another road to Transnistria, “he said in a speech in the evening.

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