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8.26 – Zelensky, we will not accept any result other than victory “The victory of truth means victory for Ukraine and the Ukrainians. The question is when will it end. This is a deep question. It is a painful question. Other than victory, the Ukrainian people will not accept any result.” So said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in an interview with Fox News.

8.18 am – British intelligence, Russians withdraw from Gostomel Airport
Russian forces withdrew from Gostomel airport near the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, which has been the scene of the battle since the beginning of the conflict, according to British military intelligence. BBC reports. “Ukrainian forces continue to advance while Russian forces are retreating, near Kyiv,” Britain’s MoD says.

7.05 am – Tortured civilian bodies found near Sumy
Tortured civilian bodies were found in Trostanets in the Sumy region in northwestern Ukraine. This is what we read in a tweet from the Ukraine Crisis Media Center. The town, which is located twenty kilometers from the border with Russia, was occupied by the Russian armed forces for about a month, and in recent days was liberated by the Ukrainians.

3.16 – The United States will help supply Kyiv with Soviet tanks, this is the first time. The Biden administration will work with allies to move Soviet-made tanks to bolster Ukraine’s defenses in Donbass. The New York Times, citing an American official, wrote that this was the first time the United States had helped transport tanks since the beginning of the war.

2.51 a.m. – Zelensky, at least 5,000 killed in Mariupol. ‘In the city, 170,000 people are still without food and water’
At least 5,000 people were killed in Mariupol, a city besieged by the Russian armed forces. Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky, said in a video message, citing local authorities as reported by The Guardian.

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