Ukrainian artillery missiles hit and damaged the power station of Starobeshevskayain the Donetsk region of Russian-occupied Donbass, resulting in the death of a woman.
In the meantime, the Ukrainians celebrated Orthodox Christmas under the bombs, many in shelters, and in the evening, at midnight local time, the unilateral truce of 36 hours decided by Russia ended, without in fact hostilities ever having stopped. The ceasefire, unilaterally announced by Russia, ended at 22:00 Italian time, after cross-criticisms had been chasing each other all day, from the Ukrainians to the Russians for not respecting it, and from Moscow to Kiev for not adhering to the ‘application.
The Russian army bombed the outskirts of ZaporizhzhiaMayor Anatoly Kurtev said: “The explosions that the whole city heard are another proof that Russia is a country without honor and conscience.”
Kiev, 3 civilians killed and 8 injured in 24 hours of Russian attacks
At least three civilians have died and 9 others have been killed in the last 24 hours, despite the reprieve offered by Moscow, in Russian attacks in the Ukrainian regions of Donetsk, Kherson and Krakiv. This was written by the office of the Ukrainian presidency quoted by Kyiv Independent.
Bakhmut without respite: Orthodox Christmas amid cannon shots
by our correspondent Daniele Raineri
Moscow, a woman killed in a Ukrainian raid in Donetsk
“Woman dies later of Ukrainian Armed Forces shelling in self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR)”. The Russian agency writes it tax, citing an emergency services representative. The victim’s body was removed from the rubble a Starobeshevskayawhere a power station was hit.
007 Gb, Russians fortify Zaporizhzia region: they fear attacks
In recent weeks the Russians have been working on fortifications to defend the Ukrainian region of Zaporizhzhia, occupied by them, in fear of a Ukrainian offensive. This was written by the British Ministry of Defense which reports the daily intelligence bulletin, published by various media. In particular, we read, the fortifications affect the towns of Vasilyvka And Orikhiv, close to the left bank of the Dnipro River. According to the British 007, the Russian commands fear imminent offensives from Kiev towards Zaporizhzhia or, to the east, in the Lugansk region, in Donbass. but particularly in the Zaporizhzhia region a Ukrainian breakthrough would endanger the already hit and damaged bridge linking Crimea to the Russian hinterland, while an offensive in Lugansk would undermine the objective of conquering and annexing Donbass. Which of the two areas to fortify as a priority, hypothesizes London, presents itself as a dilemma for those planning Moscow’s war strategy.
Ukraine, the explosion in the Luhansk gas pipeline for pro-Russians is the work of “saboteurs”
The explosion that hit a gas pipeline in last night was the work of “saboteurs”. Luhansk, a region in eastern Ukraine unilaterally annexed by Russia. This is supported by the pro-Russian authorities of the region, where temperatures are below zero. According to local authorities, the explosion that hit a 300-millimeter diameter gas pipeline near a river caused supply interruptions to more than 13,000 people living in nine towns in Luhansk. Only this morning the fire brigade teams managed to put out the fire, which caused no casualties.
Ukraine, Kiev accuses: Russian cluster bombs on Zaporizhzhia
Last night the Russians used cluster bombs on Zaporizhzhia: the use of these “forbidden” weapons has been denounced since Oleksandr Starukh, the head of the Ukrainian military administration of the region where the city is located, hit again in the past few hours. On his Telegram profile, Starukh posted photos of the bombs that fell on the southern outskirts of Zaporizhzhia, which damaged warehouses and other structures.
Ukraine, Shmyhal: “The war has created the largest minefield in the world”
The war has created a minefield of 250,000 square kilometers in Ukraine. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal: “It is currently the largest minefield in the world,” he told the South Korean news agency Yonhap in an interview published today. The mined area, according to Shmyhal, is equivalent to more than 40% of the total area of theUkraine. “Not only does it make it difficult for people to travel, but it also causes major disruptions to agriculture, which is one of our main industries,” she said. Residential areas of civilians were hit the hardest.
Moscow: “Two power plants in Donetsk region hit by Ukrainian rockets”
Two thermal power plants in the Ukrainian region of Donetsk controlled by Russian forces were damaged by a rocket attack by the Ukrainian army. This was reported by officials based in Moscow and the Russian state news agency tax. Based on the former, the plants would have been affected Zuhres And Novyi Svit and some people at the scene were injured, officials said on their Telegram channels. Two people could be trapped under debris at the damaged power plant Starobeshevskaya in Novyi Svit, he reported tax.
Pro-Russian missile attack by Kiev on Yelenovka
Ukrainian troops fired six rockets at Yelenovka in the Donetsk region controlled by Russian forces. The local separatist authorities reported it on Telegram, without providing information on any victims or damage to infrastructure
Air raid sirens are sounding in three regions
Air raid sirens sounded in the Poltava, Kirovograd and Dnipropetrovsk regions of Ukraine. This is what emerges from the data published on the internet by the Ukrainian ministry for Digital Transformation, relaunched by RIA Novosti.
Russian missiles on Kramatorsk and Kostyantynivka
During the night, Russian forces carried out seven rocket attacks on Kramatorsk and two on Kostyantynivka, in the Donetsk region controlled by the Ukrainian authorities. This was reported on Telegram by the head of the Ukrainian military administration of the region, Pavlo Kyrylenko. According to preliminary information, there are no victims or injured and the bombings have damaged the industrial areas of the two cities.
Gas pipeline explodes in Lugansk, affecting 13,000 users
An explosion gutted a section of a gas pipeline near the town of Lutugino in the self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic and caused a supply disruption to 13,000 users. They report it, according to the agency tax, the pro-Russian authorities of the Ukrainian region, largely controlled by Moscow’s troops. According to the local separatist government, the fire caused by the explosion has been extinguished and specialized personnel are investigating the possible causes of the explosion.
Chief Wagner wants Bakhmut for ‘underground cities’
Close ally of Putin and founder of the most important Russian mercenary company, Yevgeny Prigozhin, explained that he wants his forces and the regular Russian army to capture the small town of Bakhmut because it has “underground cities” that can hold troops and tanks .
“The icing on the cake is the Soledar and Bakhmut mining system, which is actually a network of underground cities,” Wagner’s boss told Reuters. “Not only (has the capacity to accommodate) a large group of people at a depth of 80-100 meters, but also tanks and infantry fighting vehicles can move in it.”
Kiev, missiles on Zaporizhzhia: one dead in Kharkiv
The Russians attacked the Kharkiv region where a man died: this is what the president of the regional state administration of Kharkiv, Oleg Sinegubov denounced. According to local administration sources, the Russians also launched a rocket attack on the outskirts of Zaporozhzhia. The governor called on “residents of Kharkiv and the region to stay in shelters”.
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