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Sunday, May 22. Russia’s War On Ukraine: News And Information From Ukraine


Business Sunday, May 22. Russia’s War On Ukraine: News And Information From Ukraine Katya Soldak Forbes Staff May 22, 2022, 08:25pm EDT | Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin People fleeing from heavy shelling board an evacuation train at Pokrovsk train station, in Eastern … [+] Ukraine, Sunday, May 22, 2022. AP Photo/Francisco Seco ASSOCIATED PRESS Dispatches from Ukraine, provided by Forbes Ukraine’s editorial team. As Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of information are critical. Forbes Ukraine’s reporters gather information and provide updates on the situation. Sunday, May 22. Day 88. By Daryna Antoniuk National Around 50 to 100 Ukrainian servicemen die at a war every day, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. “They protect our state and our independence,” Zelensky said, responding to a petition to cancel the ban for men to leave the country amid the war. The petition has already got 25,000 signatures. Earlier on Sunday, the Ukrainian parliament agreed to extend martial law until Aug. 23. Martial law was first imposed in Ukraine on Feb. 24. At least 29,000 Russian soldiers have been killed in action in Ukraine since Feb. 24, according to Ukraine’s Army General Staff. About 200 Russian servicemen were killed in the last 24 hours. MORE FOR YOU Pfizer Tests Pill That Could Prevent Covid Infection Liz Cheney Needles Trump For Bashing Bush: ‘I Like Republican Presidents Who Win Re-Election’ Covid Pandemic Slashes Life Expectancy — Here’s Where It Fell The Most More than 1,000 Ukrainian educational institutions have been destroyed by the Russian attacks since Feb. 24, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Region Kyiv . Ukrainian air defense forces shot down a Russian missile over the Fastiv district of Kyiv Oblast. No casualties have been reported. According to the Kyiv City Council, many districts around Kyiv remain dangerous because of unexploded shells and mines. The most dangerous places are Pushcha-Vodytsya, Vynohradar, Sviatoshynsky’s forested areas and highways in the direction of Zhytomyr and Vyshhorod. Zhytomyr . Russians fired missiles on Zhytomyr Oblast for the second time on Sunday, killing at least one person. The Ukrainian air defense units shot down four missiles. Mykolaiv . Nine civilians were wounded by Russian shelling of Mykolaiv Oblast in the past 24 hours. Dnipropetrovsk . Russian missile fell in the Samara river of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. No one was injured. Chernihiv . Russian troops shelled border village in Chernihiv Oblast from its territory on Sunday. No casualties have been reported yet. Kharkiv . Russian shelling injured 11 people in Kharkiv Oblast in the past 24 hours, according to Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Synehubov. Zaporizhzhia . Russian forces attacked Zaporizhzhia Oblast with missiles, injuring some civilians. Kherson . Three civilians were killed today in Russia’s shelling of the Kherson Region. The attack also damaged 10 houses. Severodonetsk . Russians attacked the city of Severodonetsk in eastern Ukraine overnight, but they were pushed back by the Ukrainian army. Russian attacks damaged at least 27 houses in surrounding towns and villages. World It will take Ukraine from 15 to 20 years to join the EU, said French minister Clément Beaune. He said that the possibility that Ukraine could join the union within six months or even a couple of years was a lie. Send me a secure tip . Katya Soldak Editorial Standards Print Reprints & Permissions

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