Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – Conflict Russia vs Ukraine had entered the 138th day since the start of the invasion. Today a Russian missile strike hit a five-storey building and destroyed three surrounding buildings in the town of Chasiv Yar in eastern Ukraine.
The attack left 15 people dead and dozens more injured, and for this attack, the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky strongly condemned the attack because according to him, Russia deliberately targeted civilians during the attack on Chasiv Yar.
On the other hand, Ukraine warned residents of southern Kherson and Zaporizhzhia to evacuate as Ukraine prepares to retaliate and retake the region.
Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk said there would be fighting, artillery fire and urged residents to evacuate immediately.
Summary of the 138th day update of the Russia v Ukraine conflict summarized by The Guardian on Monday (11/7/2022):
Latest conditions in the Silverskyi Donets region
Two civilians were killed and two others injured in a Russian missile attack on the town of Siversk. In addition, Donetsk Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said three people were injured in the shooting in Soledar and seven houses and other properties were burnt down in Bakhmut.
The E40 road becomes an important target for troops Russia
British intelligence reports that Russian forces may have made some minor territorial advances around Popasna. On the other hand, the Russian army continued to attack the Sloviansk region in the Donbass from Izium in the north and near Lysychansk in the east. The report explains that the E40 road in Ukraine connecting Donetsk and Kharkiv is likely to become an important destination for Russian troops.
Canada’s decision criticized by Ukraine
Canadian decision on return of turbines Russia which had been repaired in Germany for the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline was criticized by Ukraine with a “Very disappointed” response. Canadian Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said the government had issued a limited, at any time revocable permit to exempt the return of the turbines from Russian sanctions,
This decision was made by Canada to support Europe’s ability to access reliable and affordable energy as it goes through an energy transition.
400,000 Ukrainian children are enrolled in Polish schools
The number of Ukrainian children enrolled in Polish schools is expected to reach 400,000 for the coming school year. Polish Education Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said registered Ukrainian children will participate in online and offline lessons.
To claim Russia The best tennis athletes after winning at Wimbledon 2022
The Russian Tennis Federation claimed Elena Rybakina as “our product” for winning the women’s title at Wimbledon 2022. However, according to multiple news sources, Elena was rejected by Russia in 2018 due to meeting the quota of tennis athletes in Russia and Elena was eventually adopted by Kazakhstan and represents the country in the championship.
Russia restricts access to German newspapers
Russia has restricted access to the website of the German newspaper Die Welt at the request of prosecutors. Roskomnadzor, Russia’s communications regulator, said the decision to restrict access was unknown.
Scotland welcomes refugees Ukraine
The Scottish Council has announced plans to renovate 200 vacant homes in Coatbrigde and Wishaw to accommodate refugees fleeing Ukraine. North Lanarkshire Council said it would use £5million of Scottish Government funds to rebuild homes.
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