Russia-Ukraine war, live – Russia: “Public corridors in Azovstal from Thursday to Saturday”. Sirens across Ukraine. Outbreaks in Kiev, Dnipro, Mykolive, Saporizia and Odessa


Moscow: “Humanitarian walk for citizens of Azovstal from Thursday to Saturday”

Moscow announces three-day ceasefire to allow evacuation of civilians from the Azovstel steel plant in Mariupol. It was announced by a Russian military order that the humanitarian corridor would remain open from Thursday to Saturday, allowing the public to choose whether to move to Ukraine or areas under Russian control. Interfax reports it.


Explosions were also heard in Odessa

An explosion was heard in Odessa. This was announced by Ukraine 24, which said that explosions were already taking place in several cities of the country.


Russian attacks on Dnieper have affected railway infrastructure

The Russian attacks in the evening in the Dnieper area and in the city of Dnipro hit the railway infrastructure, but there were no injuries among workers. This was announced by the head of Ukrzaliznytsia (the company that manages rail transport) in the Telegram, according to a UNIAN report. “Russian troops continue to target railway infrastructure,” said the Alexander Commission, adding that “there were no casualties among railway workers. We will assess the damage once the anti-aircraft alarms are over.”


Missile strikes on Serkasi and Saporizia

Missile strikes were recorded this evening in Serkasi, Dnipro and Saporizia, where airstrikes sirens sounded some time ago. According to the mayor, one missile struck the center of Dinibro and the other a railway.



Anti-aircraft sirens in Lviv

The air alarm sirens sound again on the Lviv. A BBC correspondent in the western Ukrainian city reported that a series of tests took place in the suburbs of Lviv yesterday, which did not use the three power plants.


Blast at a bus station in Donetsk: 10 killed

At least 10 civilians were killed and at least 20 were injured in what became known as the Russian military offensive in the Donetsk region. This was stated by the Attorney General of Ukraine Irina Venedikova. The Ukrainian National Police, the Guardian reported, released photos showing the aftermath of the raid on the bus depot, saying factory workers were waiting to board the vehicle when the attack came. “The Russians know exactly what they are aiming for,” said Donetsk Governor Pavlo Girilenko.


US sources: “About 2,000 Russian soldiers in Mariupol”

About two thousand Russian soldiers, equivalent to two battalion tactical groups (Btg), have been in the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol for more than two months, with the Azovstal steel plant being the last pocket of resistance. This was reported by U.S. defensive sources, according to which the ten Btg involved in the siege of the port in the Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčAzov moved north “to create or rearrange or rebuild better defensive positions.” Velika Novosilka city. According to the same sources, there may have been Chechen fighters in Mariupol or the rest of the surrounding forces. They made no progress in the south.

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Mayor Dinibro: “Russian tests in the city center”

The center of the city of Dinibro was attacked by Russian missiles. Mayor Boris Filatov condemned this in a telegram. In the evening, powerful eruptions were felt in other central parts of Ukraine, such as Serkashi and Saporizhia, as reported by UNIAN.


An explosion was heard in Kiev

An explosion was heard in Kiev. This was reported by Ukraine 24, which states that it is working to obtain more detailed information.

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