war Russian President Vladimir Putin He kills, destroys and mocks the enemy. There is no honor for the weapon because the victims are mostly civilians. They were martyred with a bullet to the head, their hands tied behind their backs, thrown into mass graves, and a medal for those who fired. The last insult of the Russian president is the recognition given to the department stationed in BuchaAccused of war crimes by the Ukrainian Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova: the 64th Motorized Rifle Brigade received the nickname “The Guard”. An obvious provocative decision motivated by the Kremlin because of the “mass heroism, courage and strength shown by the army in war actions in defense of the Fatherland and the interests of the state.” Launching missiles at cities. Now the Russians are moving to the east, and the offensive “began as hell,” says the governor of Lugansk Sergei Gaidai, about the so-called second stage of the Russian offensive.
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An air alert has been declared in almost all regions of the country. Yesterday the target was Lviv, at least seven dead and 11 wounded, including a three-year-old child. “Artem fled with his mother from Kharkiv – says Mayor Andrei Sadovy – the youngest victim is thirty years old. What we see today is genocide, it is a deliberate act to kill peaceful people. We mourn the first death in our city, but we must be as vigilant as possible.” The anti-aircraft alarm went off for 45 minutes, the region’s governor, Maxim Kozytsky, said, “The Russians fired four missiles, three of which hit warehouses and one garage.” “It looked like an earthquake, the doors of the house shook even though we live ten kilometers away from the explosion,” the residents said. “We are worried, we have a void inside. Because we? We do not understand the reason for all this,” Myroslava despaired. Russian attacks also hit a railway station near the city which, as Father Taras Zybelinsky explains, “is a sore point in this part of Ukraine: where refugees moving from the north and east arrive in Europe”. A center that the Russians consider above all a strategic goal, like many other infrastructures, to prevent the flow of weapons from the West into Ukraine.
go to attack
Along with the missile attacks on the capital and the West, the center of the war shifted to the Eastern Front. Kremina was conquered in the Lugansk region: “They shot people, four people were killed and now they control the city. It is impossible to evacuate civilians,” Sergey Gaidai announced on Telegram. Two rockets fell on Dnipro, which led to casualties, and two more fell on the Senelnikiv and Pavlograd regions. “Now we can say that the Russian troops have begun the battle of Donbass, which they have been preparing for some time. Volodymyr Zelensky, ordering weapons from the West, noted that a significant part of the Russian army is now devoted to this attack, calling any delay in supplies “permission for Russia to kill.” Pentagon sources reported that the invading army is moving “heavy artillery and aircraft” to the east, and Kremlin Defense Ministry spokesman Colonel Oleksandr Mutozyanek confirms: “The Russian forces have completed the assembly of forces under the attack.”
Lugansk authorities urged residents to evacuate the southeast region immediately: “Next week may be difficult. It may be the last time we still have a chance to save you,” warns Gaidai. In the meantime, the invaders do not loosen their grip on Mariupol. “The battle continues. The enemy storms the port”, this is the daily report of the Ukrainian General Staff. The siege has become tighter, with civilian bombings on Azovstal’s steel mills, and in underground bunkers, where the authorities have reported the presence of at least a thousand civilians Mariupol is starving but tries to resist. “20% of the city is still ours,” the stern statement of the deputy mayor. The Azov battalion releases a video of the fight on social media: “Maripol’s defense continues. Despite the invasion of enemy forces, the fighters of the Azov regiment They are resisting.”
the disappeared children
The approach of the Russians towards Mariupol, as we read in the latest British intelligence report, is the same adopted “in Chechnya in 1999 and in Syria in 2016: a large part of the infrastructure was destroyed and there are many casualties among the population”. Speaking on behalf of all, Marine Corps Commander Sergei Volina, who wrote a letter to Pope Francis “to save the exhausted population, the time has come when prayer is no longer enough.” And precisely from the Crimea, the alarm bell of a human rights group came because Russian soldiers forcibly took 150 children from Mariupol, 100 of them were taken to hospital and most of them were taken from their parents.
“The army took them to occupied Donetsk and Russian Taganrog,” said Olha Skrypnik, head of the association. “Some of the kidnapped children lost their parents in the bombings, but they still have guardians in non-occupied territories or under state protection,” says Petro Andryushenko, an advisor to the mayor of Mariupol. On the other hand, the orphans, together with the city institute staff, were evacuated from Mariupol between February 24 and 25.
Added to the outcry of the volunteers’ anxiety are accusations of President Zelensky, who says that since the beginning of the invasion, 5,000 children have been “deported” to Russia from the Mariupol region. “They were not allowed to go to the free zones of Ukraine: where are these children? Nobody knows, “meditates. Anatoly Fedorok says that the Russian army brings nothing but destruction. One out of every five inhabitants was killed during the occupation. Personally, like thousands of citizens, I hate those who tortured and killed the peaceful inhabitants of this place ».
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