TOP NEWS: Shelling overnight by Russian Forces killed 14 civilians in the Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk regions. The Armed Forces of Ukraine have already eliminated 43,000 Russian Forces personnel. Russian Forces may stage a provocation at a Belarusian training ground on the eve of Independence Day of Ukraine. A CNN investigation broke the Russian version of the tragedy in Olenivka. McDonald’s resumes operations in some regions of Ukraine. Switzerland agrees to represent the interests of Ukraine in the Russian Federation, but Russia has opposed this. Estonia suspends entry to Russians with valid Schengen visas.
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Russian Forces have continued to shell the Zaporizhzhia NPP
Five strikes were recorded in the headquarters area – next to the storage of radiation sources. Five more hits occurred near the fire department nearby the ZNPP.
During a separate round of shelling, Russian Forces hit the area next to the first power unit. The pumping station of household sewage was damaged, and smoke was recorded nearby. Several radiation sensors have been damaged.
Shelling overnight by Russian Forces killed 14 civilians in the Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk regions
As a result of shelling Nikopol in the Dnipropetrovsk region, three civilians were killed and nine were injured, including a 13-year-old child. More than 40 high-rise residential buildings were damaged.
In the Donetsk region, Russian Forces shelled Kramatorsk with S-300 systems. Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Kamianka, and other towns were also under attack. Eleven civilians died and eight were injured in the Donetsk region overnight.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine have already eliminated 43,000 Russian Forces personnel
Russian Forces suffered the biggest losses in the Donetsk region overnight.
Russian Forces may stage a provocation at a Belarusian training ground on the eve of Independence Day of Ukraine
Russia is considering a “false flag” incident to demonize the Armed Forces of Ukraine and completely draw Belarus into the war.
A CNN investigation broke down the Russian version of the tragedy in Olenivka
Weapons experts are convinced that the images and videos from Olenivka are not compatible with a HIMARS attack.
McDonald’s resumes operations in some regions of Ukraine
The restaurants will open first in Kyiv and the western regions of the country.
Ukraine will receive almost €1.5 billion in military aid from its Northern European allies
Countries participating in the conference of allies in Copenhagen agreed on this today.
Switzerland has agreed to represent the interests of Ukraine in the Russian Federation, but Russia opposed this
Switzerland has agreed to take over the patronage mandate for Ukraine in Russia. But the Russian Federation opposed this because it considers Switzerland an “unfriendly country”.
The parliament of Latvia recognized Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism
The Latvian parliament recognized the violence of Russian Forces against the civilian population of Ukraine and other countries as terrorism, and Russia itself as a state sponsor of terrorism. The Seimas called on EU member states to immediately suspend the issuance of tourist visas and limit the issuance of entry visas to citizens of the Russian Federation and Belarus.
Estonia suspends entry to Russians with valid Schengen visas
Visas will remain valid, but their holders will be denied entry. The decision will take effect in a week and will apply to visas issued by Estonia.