War in Ukraine – Ukraine has “evidence” of Russian forces using banned weapons

On the military front, the Ukrainian army’s last bulletin, released on Sunday, promises that in Donbass, in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, “seven enemy attacks were repelled” and eight Russian tanks were destroyed.

Local officials say Russian attacks on a major city in western Ukraine Lviv on Saturday afternoon hit a gas depot and a strategic military base, injuring five people.

In Mykoliev, on the way to Ukraine’s largest port of Odessa, the rope seems to be loosening a little as the Russian army has been trying in vain for weeks to explode. The front also retreated with a Ukrainian counter-attack on Kerson, about 80 km southeast, which the Russian army claimed to have completely captured.

The ICRC denies forcible deportation of citizens to Russia

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has formally refused to facilitate the forced deportation of Ukrainian citizens to Russia, as suggested by a Ukrainian political analyst.

The Red Cross denounces that “this misinformation poses a threat to Red Cross groups and volunteers in the field.”

Pope Francis has condemned the “sacrifice” of Ukraine

Pope Francis on Sunday condemned Moscow’s “sacrifice” and “occupation” of Ukraine.

“It has been more than a month since the invasion of Ukraine, from the beginning of this brutal and foolish war,” the sovereign pope said in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican, “a barbaric act and massacre.” “Tiyagi Ukraine”.

Polish telegraph for Ukraine

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