War in Ukraine: Kyiv was severely attacked and Mariupol was devastated … the latest information on the situation

Ukraine-Russia’s invasion of Ukraine enters Kyiv on the 27th day. Shopping centers in the Ukrainian capital have been particularly devastated by Russia’s deadly bombardment. Moscow claims to have targeted the cash of weapons.

The European Union called the devastation of the besieged city of Mariupol a “major war crime” as shootings continued on Monday. As you can see in the map below.. Kharkiv, Odessa, Mykolaiv, etc. are also targets of Vladimir Putin.

65 people died in Kyiv

Since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, “Russian bombardment” has killed “65 peaceful inhabitants of Kyiv (including four children)” in “Russian bombardment”, 16 people About 300 people were injured, including their children. Vitali Klitschko, the capital, said on Monday.

Late Sunday night, a powerful Russian attack, perhaps a missile, destroyed a huge “retro-building” shopping center in northwestern Kyiv and shook the entire city. According to Moscow, the “non-functional” shopping center was functioning as an arsenal. “The multiple rocket launcher and the base for storing its ammunition were destroyed by long-range precision weapons,” the Russian Defense Ministry said.

In the opinion of everyone on the site, this is the most violent attack on Kyiv since the beginning of the war. The explosion destroyed windows throughout the neighborhood and damaged 12 buildings. Debris, destroyed vehicles, and twisted metal scraps were scattered hundreds of meters on the stage.

A new curfew has been imposed from 6 pm Monday in Greenwich Mean Time to 05:00 on Wednesday in Greenwich Mean Time.

Mariupol’s “Large War Crimes”

In Mariupol, which was besieged and bombed by Russians for several weeks, about 350,000 inhabitants remain trapped in corpse-scattered ruins, all lacking. Moscow asked city defenders to “put their arms” on Sunday, but Ukraine argued against Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday. He also said that any “compromise” in negotiations with Russia would be subject to a referendum in Ukraine.

Mariupol’s strategic goal for the Russians forms an overpass between troops on the Crimean Peninsula in the southwest and controlled areas in the north and east. According to the military government in the Donetsk region, one of these eastern regions, “more than 80% of the city’s infrastructure has been damaged or destroyed.”

According to the United Nations, the humanitarian situation there is “very serious” and there is a “serious and fatal shortage of food, water and medicine.” According to the President of Ukraine, 3,007 evacuees from Mariupol arrived in Zaporizhia, about 200 km northwest, on Monday. Ukrainian troops said Monday that Russians had lost 15,000 soldiers.US intelligence quoted by New York Times More than 7,000 Russians were killed. Nearly 3.5 million people (mainly women and children) have fled Ukraine since February 24, according to UN counts released on Monday.

Russian cyber attacks

Fearing retaliation in the face of sanctions, Joe Biden told U.S. companies that “based on constantly evolving data from intelligence services, the Russian state is considering various means of potential cyberattacks.” I asked you to do it.

According to the White House, critical infrastructure operated and owned primarily by the American private sector could be targeted.

Fierce diplomatic activity awaits the US president this week. The President will attend the extraordinary NATO Summit, G7 Meeting and EU Summit in Brussels on Thursday. He travels to Poland, the main country of arrival of Ukrainian refugees, on Fridays and Saturdays.

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