Ukraine’s war in live video: Putin warns against delivering long-range missiles
Kyiv (Ukraine) – Leading for 102 days so far Russia war against them Ukraine. The end of the fighting is still not imminent. All current developments can be found here in the TAG24 live tape!
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (44) has complained since the start of the war on February 24 that more than 2,500 missiles were fired at Ukraine.
“Our heroes stand on their soil and do whatever it takes to inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible.”
Selinsky and the Ukrainian General Staff reported heavy fighting, especially in eastern Ukraine. There is a concentration in the Luhansk region with the hotly contested administrative center Sievjerodonetsk.
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And the bloody street fighting continued, according to the head of state. Ukraine’s armed forces want to continue to prevent Russian forces from taking full control there.
If the city fell, then Russia would have achieved an important goal in the war: complete control of the Luhansk region.
You can see the most important events of yesterday in TAG24 bar from Saturday read. As usual, all developments in the course of the war in Ukraine on Sunday (June 5) can be viewed here in our live tape.
12:26 pm: Putin warns against delivering long-range missiles to Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin, 69, has threatened serious attacks on his country if Western long-range missiles are delivered to Ukraine.
“If they are implemented, we will draw the appropriate conclusions and use our means of destruction, of which we have enough, to strike those things that we have not attacked yet,” Putin said in an interview published by Russia 1 TV channel on Sunday. .
He said the aim of Western arms delivery was to prolong the conflict in Ukraine as much as possible.
10.16 am: Ukraine announces territorial gains in Sevgerodonetsk
Ukraine reported territorial gains in the besieged city of Sevarodonetsk.
“The Russians controlled about 70 percent of the city, but in the past two days they have been pushed back,” the governor of the Luhansk region, Serhiy Gaidai, said on Sunday in an online Telegram service.
“The city is divided in half, and they are afraid to move freely there.” Eight Russian soldiers were arrested.
6:12 am: Several rocket attacks on the capital and its suburbs
According to the Ukrainian General Staff, Russia fired missiles at the capital, Kyiv, and a suburb in the morning.
The military command in Kyiv announced, on Sunday, that the military and civilian infrastructure had been hit.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, 50, also reported the missile attacks on his Telegram channel. The regions of Darniza in the southeast and Dnipro in the west of the city were affected.
According to the current situation, Klitschko said, there is an infected person being treated in hospital, but there are no deaths.
1:22 am: Nuribor wants Ukraine to win the war against Russia
Green Party leader Omid Nuribor (46) described Ukraine’s victory in the war against Russia as a goal.
“Ukrainians must restore their sovereignty, territorial integrity and freedom,” he told Funk Media Group newspapers (Online Sunday, Brent Tuesday).
“We will not recognize an inch of occupied Ukrainian territory.” When asked whether Ukraine should win the war against Russia, Nouribor answered “yes.”
He added, “But we are not telling Ukraine what to do. If they want to take back these lands, we support them. If they want to negotiate, we support them too.”
12:01 am: Selenskyj accuses Russia of massive destruction of cultural monuments
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of massive destruction of cultural monuments, churches, and other religious sites during his war.
This is reason enough to exclude the country from UNESCO, the United Nations’ cultural and educational organization, Zelensky said in his video address in Kyiv on Saturday.
113 churches have already been destroyed or damaged.
At the end of May he had already called for Russia to be excluded from UNESCO.
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