UN Security Council calls for immediate end to hostilities in Donetsk
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday expressed concern over the execution of foreign militants who fought alongside Ukrainians by pro-Russian separatist officials.
“Since 2015, we have observed that the judicial system of these self-proclaimed republics has failed to meet the essential guarantees of a fair trial. (…) Such trials against prisoners of war are a war crime.” Spokeswoman Raveena Shamdasani told a news conference in Geneva.
Update on the situation at 12 noon.
British warn of cholera outbreak in Mariupol. British intelligence on Friday revealed that the Russians were struggling to meet the basic needs of the occupied population. A situation that could trigger a major cholera epidemic, especially in Mariupol, where health services are at a very low ebb.
Putin compares himself to Peter the Great. Russian President George W. Bush has compared Ukraine’s military invasion to the capture of part of Greater Sweden. “You might think he was at war with the Swedes. He took something from them. In fact, he did not take anything from them. He took back what belonged to the Russians,” he explained.
Y kyiv claims to be bombing Russian positions in the Kherson area. “Our air force has attacked Russian positions, equipment and personnel concentrated bases and around five locations in the Kerson region,” the Ukrainian military general said on Friday.
According to Zhelensky, Ukrainian forces are “capturing” Donbass. “The situation on the front line has not changed fundamentally. Severodonetsk, Lysytchansk and other cities in the Donbass, which the invader now considers his main objectives, remain,” he said.
8-year-old Egor recorded Mariupoline’s horror in his diary
Egor, an 8-year-old from Ukraine, wrote in his diary about the gradual arrival of Russian troops in Mariupol, but also about the horrors of fighting in this city on the border of the Russian-controlled Azov Sea today.
The child, in his notebook, said armed men, tanks and buildings caught fire. He described the collapse of the roof of his house, the injuries to his loved ones, the torn muscles in his mother’s arm and the injuries to his back.
Today, he is in Zaporizhia, and hopes his family will soon reach the capital, Kyo.
With the ammunition depleted, the Ukrainian military now relies entirely on Western exports.
The Ukrainian military has indicated that it will soon run out of ammunition, relying entirely on Western warships.
“It all depends on what the West gives us. Every 10-15 artillery elements in Ukraine have one artillery element. On the Russian side our Western partners have given us 10% of what they have,” said Vadim Skipitsky, a senior Ukrainian. Military Intelligence Officer.
The governor of the Kharkiv region promises that the Russians can no longer make progress
Oleh Synyehubov, governor of the Kharkiv region, pointed out that despite the heavy bombings, the Russians could not advance in the area.
In the Telegram, he said, “The enemy terrorized the people of Kharkiv with artillery and shelling. (…) The enemy troops did not advance in the front line.
Governor of the Luhansk region promises that Ukrainian forces “will weaken the enemy”
This was announced on Friday by Sergei Kaitoy, the governor of the Ukrainian region of Lukansk, located in Donbass. In the telegram The progress report on the situation in the region has been hotly debated by kyiv and Moscow.
“The free zone of the Lugansk region is still under heavy shelling. Intense street fighting continues in Severodonetsk. We are exhausting the enemy. Today, June 10, the Russians re-tightened. The regional center is Ukraine. The Lysansk-Bakmut road is still ours. He wrote.
Kyiv bombs dropped Russian positions in the Kherson area
The Ukrainian military said on Friday it had attacked Russian positions in the Kherson region of southern Ukraine, a region almost entirely under Russian military control, where kiv fears that Moscow will soon hold a referendum on joining Russia.
“Our air force has attacked Russian positions, equipment and personnel concentrated bases and around five locations in the Kerson region,” the Ukrainian military general said on Friday.
Putin compares himself to Peter the Great and the occupation of Sweden with the invasion of Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin paid tribute to Tsar Peter the Great on his 350th birthday, and compared the capture of Sweden to the current invasion of Ukraine.
“Peter the Great fought the Great Northern War for 21 years. You might think he was at war with Sweden. He took something from them. In fact, he did not take anything from them. He reclaimed what belonged to the Russians,” he said. Said.
Before adding: “We now feel the need to reclaim what belongs to Russia and strengthen our country. If we consider these values as the basis for our existence, we will succeed in overcoming the challenges we face.”
Zhelensky says Ukrainian forces are “holding on” to Donbass
On Thursday evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky promised that Kiev’s forces would “hold on” to key battles in the Donbass.
“The situation on the front line has not changed fundamentally. Severodonetsk, Lysychansk and other cities in the Donbass, which the occupier now considers their main objectives, remain.”
He said Ukrainian soldiers were able to land again in Saboria and the Kharkiv region.
British intelligence says there is a risk of a major cholera outbreak on the occupied Mariupol
In its daily update, the intelligence service of the British Ministry of Defense highlights the difficulties faced by people living in Russian-occupied Ukrainian territories.
“Russia is struggling to provide basic services to residents of the occupied territories. Access to drinking water is irregular, and there have been major cuts in telephone and Internet services. Have been identified, “the statement said.
The same document exacerbates the weakness of Ukrainian health services in the occupied territories if it faces a relapse of the disease. “Ukraine was hit by a major outbreak of cholera in 1995 and has since experienced small eruptions, especially off the coast of Azov, including Mariupol.
According to Chevroletonetsk, a city in Donbass, it is subject to fierce fighting, with “Russia controlling most of the city, but its forces have made little progress in encircling much of the north and south.”
Macron assures that France is “mobilized to meet the needs of the people.”
During an exchange between Volodymr Zelensky and Emmanuel Macron on Thursday, he promised that “France will be mobilized to meet Ukraine’s needs, including heavy weapons.”
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Ukraine’s Interior Minister warns of ‘no threat of attack on Kiev’
In an interview with our AFP colleagues, Ukrainian Interior Minister Denis Monastirsky said on Thursday, 100 days after the Russian invasion, that “there is no danger of an attack on Kyiv at this time.”
“There is no concentration of Russian and Belarusian soldiers near the Belarusian border (more than 150 km north, author’s note), but we understand that in the future all scenarios are possible,” Denis Monastirsky declared, wearing a military sweatshirt. Sitting in front of the Ukrainian flag in a large hall.
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