Civil discharge from the iron plant Azovstal It is complete. As the Russians prepare for a final offensive in the region, the Ukrainian navy, still barricaded inside the Azov regiment, begins a dramatic appeal: “Do not let us die.” Zhelensky: We are preparing to evacuate wounded doctors and soldiers: “Now we must bring our heroes out”. The missiles landed in Odessa, and in the evening the Lukansk governor announced that two children had been killed in the bombings. The situation is very tense: “The United States is taking part in hostilities against us,” the president of the Russian Duma accused. CIA chief: “Putin does not want to lose, he will increase his efforts.” A total curfew was imposed in Saporizia for fear of attacks and attacks Parade May 9 Russian. NATO is also adamant: “We will never accept Russian annexation of Crimea.” The conflict in the Black Sea continues, according to Ukrainian media, another Russian ship was attacked and destroyed.
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04.15Azovstal, “Many players are in critical condition, injured and without medication”
With fewer and fewer ammunition and food and extreme living conditions, the last Ukrainian soldiers stationed at the Azovstal factory are still struggling. Details of life inside the plant were provided by military nurse Yevgenia Titarenko, whose husband, a member of the Azov Regiment, is still inside. “Many soldiers are in critical condition. They are injured and have no medication,” the woman said, adding that she was able to maintain contact with the soldiers.
03.50 Video conference in Ukraine, Zelensky G7
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky is expected to attend a video conference today with leaders of the G7’s major powers to discuss the situation in his country, where the fate of those last besieged in the strategic port of Mariupol remains uncertain.
02.40 Moscow: 77 planes and helicopters flying tomorrow, “Z” will be created
On May 9, the day of the victory commemorating the role of the Soviet Union in the war against Nazi Germany, as in the years leading up to the end of World War II, 77 planes and helicopters will fly in a parade in Moscow. .
This was announced by the Moscow Ministry of Defense, which confirmed that eight MiG-29SMT fighter jets would fly over the red square creating the letter “Z”, in support of “Russian military personnel participating in a special military operation in Ukraine” Russia defines the unleashing of the invasion on February 24.
By our correspondent Paolo Mastrolilli
01.45 More than 300 civilians were evacuated from Zhelensky, Azovstal
More than 300 civilians have been rescued since the evacuation of the Azovstal steel plant began.
This was announced by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky in a message to CNN. “I am grateful to the International Committee of the Red Cross and UN agencies for helping us complete the first phase of the evacuation. More than 300 have been rescued, including women and children.”
By our correspondent Paolo G. Brera
00.09 Kiev, can not change our agricultural exports
“Ukraine supplies about 10% of the world’s wheat exports, 15-20% of barley and more than 50% of sunflower oil. Fifty million tons of agricultural products are exported from Ukraine. Kiev Deputy Minister of Agriculture Policy and Food Taraz Vysotsky writes on Twitter.
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00.02 At least 2 people were killed in an attack on a school in Lukansk
There have been at least two deaths after a Russian attack on a school in the village of Pelogorovka in the Lukansk region. The Ukrainian emergency services say so, and two of the victims lay dead under the rubble. “On May 7, in the village of Pelogorovka in the Chevrolet Donetsk district, as a result of an enemy bombing, a fire broke out in a school building with an area of about 300 square meters. The fire was extinguished,” he explained. . We continue to dig.
00.00 Ukraine asked doctors without borders to arrange medical evacuation from Azovstal.
Ukraine has called on Transgender Physicians (MSF) to arrange for the evacuation and treatment of soldiers rooted in the Azovstel Steelworks in Mariupol, in a statement issued just hours after the announcement of the evacuation. The Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Vareshchuk wrote a letter to Michel-Olivier Lacharité, Head of the Emergency Programs of the Humanitarian Organization and Head of the MSF Mission in Ukraine. The ministry called on the MSF to “set out guidelines for the organization’s mission, to organize a mission to expel guards from Mariupol and Azovstal, and to assist victims of human rights abuses by the Russian Federation.”
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