July 1, 2022

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State of War Overview |  Fierce Ukrainian resistance and limited Russian gains

State of War Overview | Fierce Ukrainian resistance and limited Russian gains

While several summits are being held in Brussels today to discuss the situation in Ukraine, the war is still raging. Below is an overview of the situation in Ukraine.

• It seems that the Ukrainian army is making progress in the battle for the capital Kyiv† UK MoD reports in daily update. Ukrainian forces are increasing pressure on the Russian army, northeast of the capital, and have succeeded in launching counterattacks on Russian positions. They may be able to encircle the Russian forces near Bucha and Irpin.

According to the US Department of Defense, the Russian army has withdrawn more than 30 kilometers east of Kyiv in the past 24 hours.

• According to City Council BuchaIn the northwest of Kyiv, several villages in the region are on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe. Gas, electricity and the internet are cut off in several places. Moreover, the city government said that “Russian invaders are looting homes for food and alcohol, slaughtering cattle and shooting dogs.”

• Near the center of Kyiv, in the historical district poodleMayor Vitali Klitschko reported that Russian soldiers opened fire in a parking lot on Wednesday afternoon. One was killed and two wounded. He is also a journalist from an independent Russian news site insider He was killed in an attack on the Boudel area.

The mayor said the attacks on Kyiv had killed 264 civilians so far.

• According to the Pentagon, it appears that the Russian military is now prioritizing pro-Russian separatist areas Luhansk and Donetsk† At least four people, including two children, were killed in air strikes on Rubijn near Lugansk.

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• Battle of Mariupol Fierce Ukrainian resistance and limited Russian gains continue. Drone footage of the besieged coastal city shows massive destruction. Ukraine’s deputy prime minister said earlier this week that about 100,000 residents want to leave the besieged coastal city, but they can’t because there are no safe escape routes.

There is no ceasefire from Mariupol and transportation out of the city has not been arranged. According to Vereshuk, anyone who still wants to flee Mariupol can try to go to the neighboring city of Berdyansk with all the risks involved. From there it will be possible to transfer to another place.

Russia and Ukraine agreed on Thursday to establish seven humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians from Ukrainian cities from Thursday. This is what the Deputy Prime Minister said.

• A big fire is currently raging in Berdyansk port, about 80 kilometers southwest of Mariupol† The Ukrainian Navy describes this as a successful attack on a Russian military ship.

• The Russian Ministry of Defense reported at night from Wednesday to Thursday that the Russians had attacked all of the nearby city of Izhum. southeast of Kharkov, was taken. The city, with an estimated population of 45,000, is strategically located in the east of the country, between Kharkov and the region controlled by pro-Russian separatists, and about 95 kilometers from the Russian border.

• Russia also says that Russian forces fired long-range weapons from the sea at a Ukrainian arms depot outside the northwestern city. Rivne It hit two Tochka-U missile launchers in an industrial area on the outskirts of Kyiv.

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• According to NATO estimates between 7,000 and 15,000 Russian soldiers were killed in Ukraine† Figures are based on information from Ukrainians, information released in Russia, and intelligence findings.