“The battle for Donbass has begun.”

Its war Vladimir Putin Kills, destroys and ridicules the enemy. There is no respect for weapons, as most of the dead are civilians. They were shot in the head, hands tied behind their backs and thrown into mass graves, and those who shot were given medals. The latest insult to the Russian president is the recognition given to the incumbent ward Bucha, Accused of war crimes investigated by Ukrainian Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova: The 64th Motorized Rifle Brigade was awarded the title “Guard”. “The military forces that have shown mass heroism, courage and strength in defending the interests of the country and the state” is a clearly provocative decision inspired by the Kremlin. Operations involving launching missiles into cities. Now that the Russians are moving east, the offensive has “begun and it is hell,” said Lugansk Governor Sergei Gaidai, referring to the so-called Phase 2 of the Russian invasion.

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Aviation warnings have been issued in almost all parts of the country. Yesterday’s target was Lviv, killing at least seven people and injuring eleven others, including a three-year-old child. “Artem fled Kharkiv with his mother – Mayor Andrei Sadovie – the youngest victim is 30. The genocide we see today is genocide, a deliberate attempt to kill peaceful people. We mourn the first death in our town, but we must The anti-aircraft alarm went off for 45 minutes. “The Russians fired four rockets, three of which hit a warehouse and a garage,” said Maxim Kozitsky, the region’s governor. “It looked like an earthquake. The doors shook even though we were ten kilometers away from the blast, “residents say.” We are worried, we have a void inside. Because we? We do not understand why all this, Miroslava frustration. Russia’s attacks also hit a railway station near the city, which, as Faras Deplinsky explained, “is a sensitive point in this part of Ukraine: this is where refugees from the north and east come to Europe.” A center that the Russians consider above all a strategic objective, like many other infrastructures, is to prevent the influx of arms from the west into Ukraine.

Go aggressive

The center of gravity of the war has moved to the eastern front, surpassing the missile strikes in the capital and the west. Kremina was victorious in the Lugansk region: “They shot dead four people, and now they have control of the city. It is impossible to evacuate civilians,” Sergei Gaidai announced in a telegram. Pavlograd hits the districts. “We can now say that the Russian troops have started fighting for Donbass, for which they have been preparing for some time. A large part of the Russian military is now involved in the attack, “said Volodymyr Zelensky, who called on the West to provide weapons. Pentagon sources said the attacking forces were moving “heavy artillery and aircraft” eastward, and Kremlin Defense Ministry spokesman Colonel Alexander Motuzianik confirmed: “Russian forces have completed the grouping of troops in the wake of the attack.”

Lugansk authorities called for the immediate evacuation of residents from the southeastern region: “Next week could be difficult. This may be the last time we still have a chance to save you, “Gaidai warned. Meanwhile, the invaders did not loosen their grip on Mariupol. “The war continues. The enemy is making a storm in the port “, the daily report published by the Ukrainian General Staff. The siege is being tightened, including in Avestal steelworks and underground shelters, where authorities communicate about the presence of at least a thousand civilians, including bombings. Mariupol is hungry but tries to resist. “20% of the city is still ours,” the deputy mayor’s furious announcement. And the Azov Battalion released a video of the fighting on social media: “Mariupol’s defense continues. Despite the irresistible enemy forces, fighters from the Azov Regiment are fighting.”

Missing children

The Russians’ attitude toward Mariupol, as we read in the latest British intelligence report, “is the same approach adopted in Chechnya in 1999 and in Syria in 2016: many infrastructures were destroyed and many victims among the inhabitants”. Speaking on behalf of all, Major Marin Sergei Volina, who wrote a letter to Pope Francis “to save the weary population, the time has come when prayer alone is not enough”. And it is precisely from Crimea that the alarm of a human rights group comes that Russian troops forcibly took 150 children from Mariupol, 100 of whom were hospitalized and most of them were taken away from their parents.

“The troops were transferred to Donetsk and Russian Taganrog,” Olha Skripnik, head of the organization, reported. Petro Andreushchenko, an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, said “some of the abducted children have lost their parents in the bombings, but their guardians are still in the occupied territories or under state protection.” The orphans, on the other hand, were evacuated from Mariupol between February 24 and 25, along with City Institute staff.
Volunteers added to the fears of President Zelensky, who has accused Russia of “deporting” 5,000 children from the Mariupol region since the beginning of the attack. “They did not allow them to enter the Free Territory of Ukraine: where are those children? No one knows,” he said. Like thousands of fellow citizens, I hate those who have tortured and killed the peaceful inhabitants of this place.

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