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Russian forces advance to Kyiv after a quiet night – NRK Urix – Foreign News & Documentaries

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The bombings occurred after what Ukraine’s Security and Intelligence Service described as a quiet night, writes Watchman.

Explosions were heard again in Kyiv and Kharkiv. Before calm subsided in the Ukrainian capital for several hours, the statement was published in the Telegram application in the early hours of Monday morning, according to the newspaper.

“We are not giving up the capital, Ukraine is already winning,” said Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov.

according to BBCIn Ukraine, air defense sirens sounded in the cities of Cherkasy, Dnipro, Kharkiv and Vinnytsia Monday morning.

In Kharkiv, a curfew has been imposed, he writes for Reuters.

At eight in the morning, residents of Kyiv managed to get out of the shelters, after imposing a curfew at the weekend. But soon after, authorities in the capital asked everyone to stay home and only go out when absolutely necessary.

A person takes to the street in Kyiv after the curfew ends on Monday morning.

Photo: Umit Bektas/Reuters

Advance towards the capital

According to the Ukrainian army, the Russian advance towards the capital continues, but the pace has slowed down. Ukrainian Defense writes on Facebook Monday morning.

They claimed that Russian forces set fire to military and civilian airports, military command points, settlements and the defense zone.

They wrote that the Russians also launched a missile attack on apartment buildings in the cities of Zhytomyr and Chernihiv.

In the north of Kyiv, the Russian army is trying to build one Pongtungbro to cross the Irbin River. A new attempt was also revealed as the Russians tried unsuccessfully to capture the city of Irbin outside Kyiv. He writes for the General Staff of the Ukrainian Army on Facebook.

On Sunday, it was reported that a 5-kilometer column of Russian military vehicles was on its way to Kyiv. This is what the satellite imagery company Maxar said.

Reuters wrote that the column will carry fuel and tanks. There was no news from the column in the morning, and it is not clear how far away from the Ukrainian capital.

This Maxar satellite image taken and published on February 27, 2022, shows a column of Russian military vehicles as they move towards Kyiv, on the P-02-02 (Shevchenka Road) on the outskirts of Ivankiv.  - Ukraine said that it had agreed to send a delegation to meet with Russian representatives on the border with Belarus, which allowed Russian forces to pass to attack Ukraine, and insisted that there were no preconditions for talks.  (Satellite image © 2022 Maxar Technologies / AFP) / Restricted in editorial use - Mandatory credit "AFP PHOTO / Satellite image © 2022 Maxar Technologies " - No marketing - No advertising campaigns - Distributed as a service to customers - Watermark may not be removed/cropped Watermark may not be removed/cropped

Satellite images will show hundreds of Russian military vehicles on their way to Kyiv.

Photo: Maxar/AFP

On Monday, Russian forces claimed to have captured the cities of Berdyansk and Enerhodar in southeastern Ukraine. The Russian Defense Ministry told Interfax that they also claim to control an area around the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant.

Ukraine denies the control of Russian forces on the nuclear power plant.

Several sources reported that Belarus entered the war on the Russian side on Monday morning.

The Kyiv Independent newspaper of Ukraine reported that several Ilyushin Il-76 transport planes carrying paratroopers took off from Zlobino in Belarus at 5 am Monday local time of Ukraine.

The British newspaper The Guardian wrote that the Ukrainian government communication service on its Telegram page reports that the planes are already on their way to Ukraine.

UN confirms 94 civilians killed

On Monday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights confirmed the deaths of 376 civilians, including 94 people, since the start of the offensive on Ukraine. The actual number is expected to be higher.

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