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Latest news of Ukraine. Kyiv: Moscow wants to negotiate after a counterattack. Von der Leyen, “Ukraine will gain access to the EU single market”


Kyiv announced that pro-Russians were displacing their “family from Crimea” after the counterattack, while the Pentagon reported that a number of Russian soldiers were withdrawing from the Kharkiv region. In recent days, Moscow has called for negotiations, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Stefanichina notes. The White House is making progress, but warns: The struggle will be long. “The Ukrainians have made great progress, but it will be a long way to go,” Biden says.

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  • Kyiv: 53,650 Russian soldiers killed, 2,180 tanks destroyed.

    The losses among the Russians since the day of the Moscow attack on Ukraine last February 24, amounted to 53,650. This was announced in the daily bulletin of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, just published on Facebook, which publishes figures that cannot be independently verified. According to the Ukrainian army report, the Russian losses so far will be about 53,650 men, 2,180 tanks, 4,665 armored vehicles, 1,290 artillery systems, 311 multiple rocket launchers and 167 anti-aircraft defense systems. According to the bulletin, which indicated that the data is being updated due to heavy fighting, the Russian forces also lost 246 aircraft, 215 helicopters, 3501 vehicles, 15 naval units and 908 drones.

  • Kyiv, intense Russian bombing of Mykolaiv at night

    During the night, Russian forces carried out a massive bombardment of Mykolaiv, southern Ukraine, especially damaging residential buildings. This was stated by the Mayor of Mykolaiv, Oleksandr Senkovich, citing the agency UNIAN. “Today, after one o’clock in the morning, Mykolaiv was heavily bombed. Residential buildings were also damaged, “said Senkovich.

    Ruined palace in Mykolaiv

  • Von der Leyen, “Ukraine will gain access to the EU single market”

    “We will bring Ukraine into our European free roaming zone. Our solidarity lanes are a huge success. Accordingly, the Commission will work with Ukraine to ensure smooth access to the single market. And vice versa. Our single market is one of the biggest success stories in Europe. It is time to make it work for our Ukrainian friends. Also. That is why I am going to Kyiv today to discuss it in detail with President Zelensky.” Ursula von der Leyen said this to the European camera.

    President Ursula von der Leyen at the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, 14 September 2022. ANSA / Christoph Petti Tesson

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