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Ukraine Russia, news of today’s war | Severodonetsk, Decisive Hours: Fierce Battle, Ukrainians in Trouble

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From Lorenzo Cremonese, Francesco Battistini, Paolo Foschi

Thursday, June 9 news of the war, on the air: Moscow forces increase pressure in the main city to take control of Donbass

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Arrived on day 106.
• Russians They control almost all Severodonetsk regions Ukrainian forces are considering withdrawing, but they are still on the outskirts of the city. Ukrainian President Zelensky said that the battle is very fierce and fierce.
• According to the Kremlin, Kyiv suffered greatly Troop losses In the Donbass, forcingUkraine to reorganize its own war machine. The United States reiterates its military support: We will continue to provide the weapons needed to win the war against Russia.
• number Concrete agreement on wheatFailed Turkish mediation. for Fly grain can leave If sanctions are lifted. The Food blackmail by the Kremlin One of the biggest problems of conflict.
• A school in Bakhmut was destroyed by the Russian raids, and there are victims. Two hospitals were bombed in Severodonetsk and Rubezny in eastern Ukraine.
• Kyiv announced that Ukrainian gas and coal will not be sold abroad.
• Moscow returned 210 bodies of fighters to the city of Mariupol.

06:14 – Moscow: Ukrainian services are preparing for a false flag operation in Sumy

It is alleged that the Ukrainian intelligence is preparing a chemical attack on Sumy and then blames Moscow for the incident, an operation “false flag”: according to Colonel Mikhail Mizintsev, whose words were quoted by RIA Novosti, the Russian news agency often accuses it of allying with the Kremlin and Putin. According to what was written in the launch of the agency, the Ukrainian forces will launch artillery shells on the areas bordering Russia from the Sumy region. After a counter-attack allegedly organized by the Russian armed forces, Ukrainian security officers plan to spray potent toxic substances into the area. Colonel Mezintsev claimed that the incident would be recorded by experts from the Organization Against the Use of Chemical Weapons and used to accuse the Russian army of using chemical weapons against civilians.

05:59 – Severodonetsk, rain of fire: almost complete Russian control

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At best, they say that the situation is complicated, but almost everyone does not hide that their spirits are under their shoes. It’s bad, there are so many dead, the Russians are bombing hard and we have no weapons to respond. We are much better on the field, they are shooting more hard at them, they say they are frustrated. We spent several hours yesterday with busy Ukrainian soldiers On the Donbass front and precisely in the hot sector that goes from Izyum to Severodonetsk. Altogether, maybe not even two hundred kilometers, it has nothing to do with the breadthPutin wanted to invade in the first stage of the war, but precisely for this reason, the Russians are now advancing and inflicting heavy losses on the Ukrainians. Battles always happen in much the same way. The Russians began a very intense bombardment. They use everything they have in concentrated places in a few dozen square kilometers: from artillery to mortars to aircraft and armed drones. (Read here the full report that Lorenzo Cremonese sent to Sloviansk)

05:57 – The story of Alexei, the Russian soldier who didn’t want to fight

They earn the equivalent of 460 euros per month, in March 2020 there were 400,000: Russian army contractors found themselves at the front in Ukraine without warning and often without understanding why. Like Alexei, twenty, a contract soldier since November 2021 who stopped answering the phone on February 23, 2022, on the eve of the invasion. From that moment on, waiting for her mother, Svetlana, began.

05:56 – Kyiv: More than 1,100 airstrikes have been launched against Russian forces since February 24

Ukraine has launched more than 1,100 airstrikes against the Russian army since the war began on February 24. This was reported by the leadership of the Ukrainian Air Force, as reported by the Kyiv Independent website. Among the targets targeted were Russian military equipment, forces and logistical centers.

05:55 – $1 billion in aid has already arrived in Kyiv

Staying with Ukraine means strengthening its economy. $1 billion in direct support has already arrived, and another $7.5 billion is on the way. This was announced on Twitter by the US ambassador to Ukraine, Bridget Brink.

05:54 – USA: We will continue to provide Kyiv with the weapons needed to win

The United States is ready to continue providing Ukraine with the weapons and equipment it needs to win the war against Russia. This was confirmed by White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan. We are worried about every act of aggression by the Russians, every inch of Ukrainian territory they occupied, destroyed and bombed. That is why we are so busy providing the Ukrainians with the necessary weapons and tools so that they can resist the advance of the Russian forces where they can push them back.

05:53 – Zelensky: a very fierce battle is underway in Severodonetsk

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, on Wednesday evening, that the Ukrainian defenders of the city of Severodonetsk, in the Donbass, caused heavy losses in the ranks of the Russian forces. He added that they are fighting a very fierce fierce battle.

05:52 – Wheat crisis, Turkey’s proposed mediation fail

Middle East Express: The first wheat train – wheat that until a few weeks ago was Ukrainian and now Russian – leaves early from occupied Crimea and goes to Damascus. Shortly after that, the green light for ten more wagons stopped at the overtaking station in Zaporizhzhia, the destination Sevastopol and then somewhere in the Near East. Today’s third whistle in Melitopol: Here the Russians are transporting another convoy full of Ukrainian crops to Crimea, who knows. At about the same time, in Ankara, a journalist from public television in Kyiv gets up at a press conference, asks to put a question to the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, and looks him straight in the eye: Mr. Minister, be that as it may. What wheat is Russia stealing from Ukraine? Life, Earth, Future. And wheat of course. He did not come out: the impossible agreement, which the Turks tried to reach with Lavrov yesterday, proved extremely impossible. There is no concrete agreement, the Ukrainians explain: the meeting organized by Mevlut Cavusoglu, Erdogan’s minister, lasted even shorter than the meeting in March, when he was trying to negotiate some kind of peace. (Read the full article by Francesco Battistini, sent to Kyiv here)

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05:50 – Kyiv: More than 1,100 air strikes have been launched against Russian forces since February 24

Ukraine has launched more than 1,100 airstrikes against the Russian army since the war began on February 24. This was reported by the leadership of the Ukrainian Air Force, as reported by the Kyiv Independent website. Among the targets targeted were Russian military equipment, forces and logistical centers.

05:49 – Mariupol, Russians are trying to get doctors over 80 years old to work

A catastrophic situation in terms of health in Mariupol, the Ukrainian city occupied by the Russians. An advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andryushenko, sounded the alarm: There is a catastrophic shortage of doctors in the city he wrote on Telegram, adding that Russian soldiers are trying to persuade retired doctors over 80 to return to work.

05:46 – Russia deploys other tanks south of Zaporizhzhya

Russia has deployed another 30 T-62 tanks in the village of Vasylivka, located 35 kilometers south of Zaporizhia (south), according to Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman Oleksandr Motozyanek, according to the Kyiv Independent newspaper.

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