According to Ukrainian data, Russia destroyed a large crop site in the Dnipropetrovsk region. Ukraine is one of the most important grain suppliers in the world.
“Our granaries do not give them rest,” said the head of the Military Administration of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Valentin Resnichenko. He said, no one was hurt.
Once again, Russian missiles hit non-military targets
And the Military Administration of the region published a video clip showing the fall of a missile. This was at least the third time in Dnipropetrovsk that a non-military farm was said to have been attacked.
Russia repeatedly claims that the invasion of Ukraine is about the disarmament of the country, and not civilian targets. Ukraine accuses Russia of destroying entire cities with bombs and missiles. The pro-Kremlin media in Moscow, for example, in the besieged port city of Mariupol, also showed how an apartment building was shot by Russian troops.
New attempt to evacuate civilians in Mariupol
There must be a new attempt from Mariupol on Monday to bring people to safety via humanitarian corridors. They were to be taken out of the city on buses with the support of the United Nations and the Red Cross. Residents in private vehicles should also be able to join at the end of the column. According to Ukrainian sources, a convoy of buses carrying about 100 people managed to leave the city on Sunday.
The General Staff in Kyiv announced that Russia was continuing attacks in eastern Ukraine. Russian forces continued to try to create favorable conditions for attacks on the cities of Slovyansk and Severodonetsk. In addition, there are other attempts to take full control of the city of Rubishin. The bombing of the city of Kharkov will also continue.
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