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Ukraine to halt some Russian gas flows: Ukraine war Russia

 

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Ukraine to halt some Russian gas flows


Rising Western sanctions seek to curb Ukraine to halt some Russian gas flows, eliminate the use of Russian power, Putin's main source of military support, and the threat to Europe, especially Germany. Suspecting Russia's intervention, the Ukrainian gas company said it would repeal the gas from Sokhranivka, a Russian military base, to another Ukrainian base. 


Ever since Russia was forced to drop its attack on the capital Kyiv at the end of March, its main army has been trying to surround Ukrainian troops in the eastern region of Donbas, using the town of Izyum near Kharkiv, in the northeast. Ukrainian troops opposed to the attack came from three locations, and senior US intelligence officials said the war was ready.

Putin appears to be preparing for a long war, and Russia's victory in the Donbas region may not end the war, US Secretary of State Avril Haines said in Washington on Tuesday. But an attack near Kharkiv could signal a new phase, as Ukraine continues its offensive lines, and supply lines to Russia could now be in jeopardy. 

 Ukraine to halt some Russian gas flows: Ukraine war 

President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine's success was gradually pushing Russian troops into Kharkiv, which had been bombed since the start of the war. But I also want to urge all our people ... that they can spread negative emotions. We should not create a climate of extreme moral pressure, where victory is expected every week and every day," Zelensky said in a video address.

CROWDS OF THE STORY


In the villages of Staryi and Vilkhivka near Kharkiv, Ukrainian troops collected the bodies of Russian soldiers killed in battle, according to Reuters witnesses. Russian troops were trying to prevent Ukrainian troops from crossing the Kharkiv border and were trying to take full control of the city of Rubizhne, Ukrainian officials said on Wednesday.

Ukrainian border guards reported that Russian troops were firing on Sumy and Chernihiv areas near the border. "Enemy planes twice fired indirect arrows at the Sumy border areas. There were also two mud blasts in the Chernihiv region," they told their Telegram station. In the south, Ukrainian troops said they had attacked nine enemies, losing 79 soldiers and 12 supplies, including armored vehicles and Howitzers. The Russian fire was concentrated in the Mykolaiv region, where homes were destroyed and farms and power lines in one city.

Russian troops have continued to strike at Azovstal barracks in the southern port of Mariupol with weapons, tanks, and bombers, say, ordinary Ukrainian workers, trying to seize Ukraine's last base against the devastated city.

 

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Ukraine says tens of thousands of people have been killed
in the city during the two months of the Russian siege. Reuters could not independently confirm war reports. A large number of people have been evacuated from the steel industry in recent days, but Mariupol deputy mayor Peter Andryuschenko said at least 100 were still inside.

The number of Ukrainian refugees who have fled their country is close to 6 million, according to the United Nations, which says the refugee problem is growing rapidly since World War II. Russia denies targeting civilians and dismisses Ukrainian and Western allegations of war crimes.


Rising Western sanctions seek to curb or eliminate the use of Russian power, Putin's main source of military support, and the threat to Europe, especially Germany. Suspecting Russia's intervention, the Ukrainian gas company said it would repeal the gas from Sokhranivka, a Russian military base, to another Ukrainian base.

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Ever since Russia was forced to drop its attack on the capital Kyiv at the end of March, its main army has been trying to surround Ukrainian troops in the eastern region of Donbas, using the town of Izyum near Kharkiv, in the northeast.

Ukrainian troops opposed to the attack came from three locations, and senior US intelligence officials said the war was ready. Putin appears to be preparing for a long war, and Russia's victory in the Donbas region may not end the war, US Secretary of State Avril Haines said in Washington on Tuesday.

But an attack near Kharkiv could signal a new phase, as Ukraine continues its offensive lines, and supply lines to Russia could now be in jeopardy. President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine's success was gradually pushing Russian troops into Kharkiv, which had been bombed since the start of the war.

"But I also want to urge all our people ... that they can spread negative emotions. We should not create a climate of extreme moral pressure, where victory is expected every week and every day," Zelensky said in a video address.

CROWDS OF THE STORY


In the villages of Staryi and Vilkhivka near Kharkiv, Ukrainian troops collected the bodies of Russian soldiers killed in the fighting, according to Reuters witnesses. Russian troops were trying to prevent Ukrainian troops from crossing the Kharkiv border and were trying to take full control of the city of Rubizhne, Ukrainian officials said on Wednesday.

Security guards at the Ukrainian border reported that Russian troops were shooting in the Sumy and Chernihiv areas near the border. "Enemy planes twice fired indirect arrows at the Sumy border areas. There were also two mud blasts in the Chernihiv region," they told their Telegram station. In the south, Ukrainian troops said they had attacked nine enemies, losing 79 soldiers and 12 weapons, including artillery and Howitzers.

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