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  • Last night’s bombing of the Sumy region

    Late yesterday evening, the Russian army bombed the Novoslobod and Vorosbyan districts of the Sumy region in northeastern Ukraine. This was stated by the head of the Regional State Administration Dmytro Zyvitsky, citing Okranska Pravda, stating that there will be no casualties and rescuers are assessing the damage.

  • Moscow, we do not intend to close embassies in Europe

    Russia does not plan to close its embassies in Europe in response to Western sanctions imposed on Russia over the invasion of Ukraine. Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told RIA Novosti, according to reports from the BBC. “This is not our custom,” he said. “That is why we believe that the work of diplomatic representation offices is important,” he added.

  • Azov military plan to rescue fighters from the steel plant

    The Kyiv army is working on a military plan to rescue the fighters of the Azovstal Steel Plant in Mariupol. The ex-commander of the Azov Regiment Maxim Zorin said in an exclusive interview with Canale 24 reported by UNIAN, stressing that this path is being followed in parallel with the already open diplomatic channels. Zorin announced the preparations for the military operation, explaining that it was being developed under the leadership of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. But he made it clear that it would first be necessary to supplement the military equipment and the supply of weapons. “I am not sure that the fighters in the Azovstal region have the time, so we are preparing and working in parallel in two directions: diplomatic and military to get them out,” he said. He said that the process “could be in stages by assembling units.”

    Commander Azov: “Bloody battle at the steel plant”

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