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Russia occupied 278 square kilometers of Ukraine

The Russian army has managed to capture 278 square kilometers of Ukraine since last Friday.
– International news

According to the international group Tasnim news agency, the AFP says its calculations are based on data from the “Institute for War Studies” ” shows that the Russian army managed to capture 107 square miles (equivalent to 278 square kilometers) of Ukrainian territory between May 9 and 15.

This advance follows Russia’s surprise ground attack on Kharkiv In the north-east of Ukraine, which started last Friday, it is the largest territorial seizure by Russia in a single operation since mid-December 2022.

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, warned on Thursday that his country’s army will be under martial law. “Very difficult” is facing in that area. He also said that Kiev has sent more reinforcements to the region.

At the same time, the commander of the Ukrainian army claimed on Thursday that he was able to stop Russia’s advance in parts of the region. In addition, Kiev has accused Russian forces of killing civilians in the territories it captured a week ago.

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Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyi signed decrees on Wednesday that revoked a number of collective agreements of the Commonwealth of Independent States, including the Rabut Agreements. He was sent to the armed forces and strategic forces.

According to documents published on the website of Zelenskiy’s office, the rulings allow Ukraine to withdraw from previous agreements within the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States on the armed forces and border forces of 1991 and the status of troops. Strategic withdrawal of 1992.

Ukraine also withdrew from the agreement on the establishment of a joint consultative commission on disarmament issues. This agreement was signed in 1992.

Furthermore, Zelensky signed a decree on the country’s withdrawal from a number of decisions of the Council of Heads of the Commonwealth of Independent States regarding Kiev’s participation in this body.



© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Tasnim News Agency
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