Russia-Ukraine War News Update: The war between Russia and Ukraine continues for the 140th day. Russian forces fired three missiles at the 5th floor of an apartment in Chasiv Yar city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, late Saturday. 15 people died in the attack. According to media reports, more than 24 people are trapped under the debris. Rescue operation is going on.
At the same time, according to the American news website, Russia wants to separate the city of Kharkiv from Ukraine. 30 percent of Kharkiv city has already come under Russian occupation. A few days ago, a new public administrative system has been created in Kharkiv separate from Ukraine. A separate flag of Kharkiv is also hoisted in these areas.
Along with this, let us know the big updates of Russia and Ukraine war…
22 percent of Ukraine’s territory is under Russian control. This information was given by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in the Parliament of Ukraine. Since February 24, Russia has occupied most of the eastern and southern parts of Ukraine. These areas include big cities like Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, Mariupol.
Russia is reopening schools in the southern regions of occupied Ukraine. In these, a pro-Russian course has been started. Parents living in areas such as Kherson and Zaporizhzhya are being threatened with parental rights if they do not take Russian passports and send their children to pro-Russian schools.
Parents and teachers say they are being blackmailed into cooperating with these schools in the coming academic year. Ukrainians in Russian-held areas have been cut off from internet and cellular-service providers and from outside media.
Russian soldiers are burning Ukrainian history books. Schools are teaching children to hate Ukraine. It is being told in the lessons of history that Ukraine is to blame for starting the current war.
To buy gas from Russia, Germany wanted back the turbines from Canada. Canada has given approval to return it. Between Germany and Russia, the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline will start. This turbine is essential for this pipeline. Due to this deal, relations between Germany and Ukraine are getting worse.
Luhansk governor Serhiyi Haidai said the situation in the Donbass is dire because of Russian forces. After the capture of Lisichansk, some analysts had predicted that Russian forces would regroup after a brief pause. Despite this, no such announcement was made from his side.
According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, 22 million tons of grain are trapped inside Ukraine due to the war. Due to wheat, corn and sunflower oil exports, Ukraine, which is called the bread basket of Europe, is in great trouble these days.
According to the Ukrainian Grain Association, before the Russian attack, 6-7 million tonnes of food grains were exported every month, which was only 2.2 million tonnes in June. 30 percent of its exports went to Europe, 30 percent to North Africa and 40 percent to Asia.
Russia has blocked the way to ports located in the Black Sea. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, due to the war, the food supply in developed countries will also be affected. More than 18 crore people will face the crisis of starvation.
On the other hand, farmers of Ukraine may go bankrupt due to non-sale of crops. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he is working to find a way to secure grain exports from the Black Sea between the United Nations, Ukraine and Russia.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : July 11, 2022, 11:18 IST