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Vladimir Putin ‘clearly in a panic’ as Ukraine forces advance

On Monday, President Volodymyr Zelensky mentioned “The occupiers are clearly in a panic,” in a televised replace on the Russian invasion as Ukraine continues to advance into extra occupied land. The Ukraine chief has additionally mentioned he’s now centered on “velocity” in newly liberated areas.

President Zelensky mentioned: “The velocity at which our troops are transferring. The velocity in restoring regular life.”

The Ukrainian President additionally hinted that he’ll ask for extra weapons and support deliveries in his video handle to the United Nations Normal Meeting, which takes place this Wednesday. 

“We’re doing all the things to make sure Ukraine’s wants are met in any respect ranges – defence, monetary, financial, diplomatic,” President Zelensky mentioned. 

Ukraine is at present making ready to retake the entire of Luhansk, a windfall in Donbas, which is a area in Ukraine at present occupied by Russia. 

“There will probably be combating for each centimetre,” the Ukrainian governor of Luhansk, Serhiy Gaidai wrote on Telegram. 

“The enemy is making ready their defence. So we is not going to merely march in.”

Governor Gaidai has additionally mentioned Ukraine forces had regained management of the Luhansk village Bilohorivka as Ukraine forces proceed to liberate extra land within the area. 

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This weekend, the Ukrainian military crossed the Oskil River, which is a crucial development because it threatens the Russian occupation of Donbas.  

The river flows to the Siversky Donets River, which fits by way of the Luhansk area in Donbas. 

Donbas is the primary focus of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as the world is basically Russian-speaking and up to now, Russian President Putin has falsely accused Ukraine of committing genocide within the space. 

In 2014 after Russia captured Crimea, Russian proxy forces captured greater than a 3rd of jap Ukraine.

Luhansk, which has been used as a base for Russia’s separatist proxies, is now totally below Russian management as of July this 12 months.

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The Russian administrator for Donetsk, Denis Pushilin, has known as on the Russian chief of Luhansk, Leonid Pasechnik, to organize for a referendum to formally be a part of Russia. 

In a video posted to social media, Mr Pushilin mentioned that each chief’s actions “must be synchronised”. 

This comes at a time Russia is constant to shell giant areas of Ukraine, and Russian forces have been accused of shelling a nuclear energy plant. 

A blast occurred close to the reactors of the Pivdennoukrainsk nuclear energy in Mykolaiv based on Energoatom, Ukraine’s nuclear energy operator and the organisation has launched images of a crater attributable to the shelling. 

In a social media put up, President Zelensky wrote: “Russia endangers the entire world. We now have to cease it earlier than it is too late.”

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