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A Russian plan to subjugate Donbass...military moves from two tracks

A Russian plan to subjugate Donbass…military moves from two tracks

In a brief intelligence statement issued on Sunday morning, the ministry said: Russian forces It advances south from the area around Kharkiv and north Mariupol.

She added that the battlefields in the north Ukraine It remains “largely resilient”, with Ukrainian counterattacks hampering Russia’s efforts to reorganize its forces.

The ministry stated in a previous brief statement issued at night that Russia Continued bombing targets in All over UkraineMany of them are densely populated areas.

She explained that Russia is dependent on erected missiles Far from being launched from within its territory to reduce the exposure of aircraft to the fire of Ukrainian anti-aircraft weapons, but she said that the lack of stocks of these weapons will force Russia to “return to using less advanced missiles or accept the risk of its aircraft.”

Missiles on Kyiv and Lviv

For his part, Ukrainian Interior Ministry adviser Vadim Denisenko said, on Sunday, that Russia has started destroying Ukrainian fuel and food stores, which means that the government will have to place these stocks in separate places in the near future.

Denisenko said in an interview with local television that Russia is bringing troops to the Ukrainian border in turns and could make new attempts to advance in its invasion of Ukraine.

She indicated Russian Ministry of Defense That high-precision missiles destroyed a missile depot near Kyiv.

She explained that her forces bombed military targets in Lviv city in the west Ukraine High-precision cruise missiles.

The ministry added that it had bombed a fuel depot used by Ukrainian forces near Lviv with long-range missiles and used cruise missiles to hit a city facility used to repair anti-aircraft systems, radar stations and tanks.

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“The armed forces of the Russian Federation continue their offensive actions within the framework of the special military operation,” the ministry said in a statement.

It said Russia had used long-range missiles deployed at sea to destroy an arsenal of S-300 missiles and BUK anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as a number of drones.

Bombing of a nuclear research facility in Kharkov

In the context, the Ukrainian Nuclear Inspection Authority stated that Russia had again bombed a nuclear research facility in Kharkiv, noting that the fighting made it impossible to assess the damage.

The authority added that the experimental reactor at the Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology was bombed on Saturday.

The Ukrainian authorities had earlier reported that the Russian bombing had destroyed buildings at the Kharkiv facility, but no radiation leak had occurred.

The newly constructed Neutron Source Facility is used to conduct research and production of radioisotopes for medical and industrial purposes.

The International Atomic Energy Agency has said that the nuclear materials at the facility are not dangerous, and that the stock of radioactive materials is very low, which reduces the risk of a radioactive leak.

Russian forces have besieged Kharkiv since the beginning of the invasion, and its residential buildings and vital infrastructure have been repeatedly bombed.