The Russian Army has bombed kyiv again this Sunday morning, as reported by the mayor of the Ukrainian capital. Meanwhile, after more than 100 days of war, Kremlin troops continue to make slow progress in their declared goal of taking over full control of the Donbas. Aware that blitzkrieg promised by the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has stalled, the Kremlin does not even want to hear about deadlines, although the weariness begins to spread among the population, according to surveys. For their part, the Ukrainian forces have recovered about 20% of the territory that they lost in the city of Severodonetsk, but confirm the arrival of Russian military reinforcements in the city.

Diplomatically, Putin maintains his particular battle against the West, maintaining that global food problems began “long before” Russia’s “military operation” in Ukraine. Despite the reproaches, he has assured that he is ready to support the export of Ukrainian grains through ports under Russian control, in an attempt to blackmail to lower sanctions. On the other hand, a second Russian ship has arrived at the port of Mariúpol to take steel out of Ukraine and take it to Russia, in an operation that kyiv has denounced as an illegal looting of its resources.

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08:25 — At least four volunteers from Netherlands, Germany, France and Australia have died while serving in the Ukrainian Army, as reported by the Armed Forces of Ukraine this Saturday. The four volunteers would have enlisted in the International Defense Legion of Ukraine, a unit of the Ukrainian Army made up of foreigners who want to join the resistance against Russia.

08:00 — Hello! Kyiv has been shaken by several explosions on the morning of this Sunday, as reported by the mayor of the capital, Vitali Klitschko. This attack comes a day after Ukrainian authorities said their troops had retaken ground in the city of Sievierodonetsk. “There have been several explosions in the Darnytskyi and Dniprovskyi districts of the capital,” the mayor wrote on the Telegram messaging application, waiting to expand the information to find out if there have been deaths or injuries.

The Russian Army has bombed kyiv again this Sunday morning, as reported by the mayor of the Ukrainian capital. Meanwhile, after more than 100 days of war, Kremlin troops continue to make slow progress in their declared goal of taking over full control of the Donbas. Aware that blitzkrieg promised by the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has stalled, the Kremlin does not even want to hear about deadlines, although the weariness begins to spread among the population, according to surveys. For their part, the Ukrainian forces have recovered about 20% of the territory that they lost in the city of Severodonetsk, but confirm the arrival of Russian military reinforcements in the city.

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