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Ukraine: new Russian bombardments against key infrastructure, according to kyiv

Russia fired missiles at key infrastructure in kyiv and other parts of Ukraine on Saturday, according to Ukrainian officials, while uncertainty remains over the fate of Soledar (east) which Moscow claims to have taken control after a fierce battle. Several explosions sounded in the morning in kyiv, AFP journalists noted, Ukrainian officials claiming that strikes had targeted key infrastructure in the capital. “A missile attack on critical infrastructure” is underway in kyiv, an adviser to the Ukrainian presidency Kyrylo Tymoshenko said on Telegram while the mayor of the city Vitali Klitschko reported explosions in the district of Dniprovskiy, calling on residents to “stay in the shelters”. of a missile fell in the district  of Golosiivsky, without injuring, further indicated Mr. Klitschko. In the region of Kharkiv (north-east), “the enemy launched another missile attack on critical infrastructure,” Governor Oleg Synegibov said. Emergency power cuts could have in this city, the second in Ukraine, he added. Attacks have also been reported further south, in the Zaporizhia region. “The enemy attacks the territory of Ukraine”, also affirmed the head of the Cherkasy region (center), Igor Taburets, adding to expect large-scale alerts in the middle of the day. Since October and a series of setbacks In Ukraine, Moscow is methodically bombing the country’s vital infrastructure, forcing power companies to quickly restore the network as the winter gets harsher. On the front line, the fighting for Soledar “continues “, affirmed Friday evening the Ukrainian staff, without giving more details. Previously, the Russian Ministry of Defense had affirmed that the “liberation” of this city had taken place “on January 12 in the evening”. Russian army praised the “courageous actions” of the group’s fighters e Wagner mercenaries, whose men led “the direct assault on the residential areas of Soledar”. Spokesman for the Eastern Command of the Ukrainian army, Serguiy Tcherevaty, said during the day that his troops were keeping the situation “under control in difficult conditions” facing “the best units of Wagner and other” Russian special forces. Ganna Maliar, recognizing “a high-intensity (Russian) offensive”. According to the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), an organization based in the United States, the capture of Soledar, a small town inhabitants before the conflict, is however “unlikely to portend an imminent encirclement of Bakhmout”, the main target of the Russian army, located 15 kilometers southwest of Soledar. Fighting in and around Soledar has been raging for several months , but their intensity has strong “To face the Russian army, kyiv on Friday again called on its Western allies to provide it with more weapons and high-performance military equipment, such as heavy tanks and long-range missiles.” To win this war, we need more military equipment, heavy equipment,” Andriy Iermak, the chief of staff of the Ukrainian presidency, urged on Telegram. side met again on Friday to discuss the situation in Ukraine on Friday, nearly eleven months after the start of the Russian invasion. “Ukraine, Russia, the world cannot afford for this war to continue,” stressed UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo. But “military logic dominates, with very little space for dialogue at the moment, if any the least,” she added, seeing “no sign of an end to the c ombats”.bur/rox/cr/pz

Denis Brogniart a little “psychopathic” with his 3 daughters: what he forbids them at home