Ukrainian war latest news, Mariupol: merchant ships seized, steel to Russia

Rome, 31 May 2022 – War in Ukraine, we have arrived at day 97. While Russian President Vladimir Putin from today cuts the gas to Holland because he does not pay in rubles, the latest news from the battlefield brings us once again from the Donbass. A third of the city of Severodonetsk – where the French journalist Frederic Leclerc-Imhoff was killed yesterday – “has been released and is already under our control”, says the head of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic, Leonid Pasechnik, quoted by the Russian agency Tass. Pasechnik explains that fighting is currently underway in the urban area and the advance of the Russian and pro-Russian forces is proceeding more slowly than expected. “But above all, we prefer to preserve the infrastructure of the city,” he says. “Our main goal right now is to free Severodonetsk and Lisichansk,” adds Pasechnik. Twelve thousand civilians would be trapped. Mariupol, in a video the skimming flight of Ukrainian helicopters to refuel the Azovstal The interactive map of the war between Ukraine and Russia: what happens day by day Russian oil embargo: what the EU agreement provides. Waiver for Orban, Draghi’s fears The Severodonetsk trap The Norwegian Refugee Council has declared that up to 12,000 civilians remain trapped and in need of help in the eastern city of Severodonetsk, where Russian troops are advancing. “I am horrified to see Severodonetsk, the thriving city where we had our operational headquarters, become the epicenter of another chapter in the brutal war in Ukraine,” said Jan Egeland, secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council, “we fear that up to 12,000 civilians remain trapped in the city’s crossfire, without sufficient access to water, food, medicine or electricity. ” Ship with metal leaves Mariupol. Kiev: they steal A freight ship left Mariupol port after mine clearance on 24 May. “Accompanied by the boats of the Novorossijsk naval base of the fleet …



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