President of Ukraine – Photo: REUTERS
According to Zelensky, the most difficult situation is in eastern Ukraine, along with southern Donetsk and Lugansk.
Zelensky said the Ukrainian armed forces are “holding our defensive perimeters” in eastern Ukraine, and “counterattacking and cornering” Russian forces in the Kharkov region.
In recent days, Ukrainian forces have had some success near the city of Kherson and in some areas in the Kharkov region. The authorities Ukraine said yes stop all communication with Russian forces in the Kherson area due to their equipment being compromised.
On June 1, the British Ministry of Defense said that Russian forces were close to the center of Severodonetsk in Ukraine, as fighting there intensified on May 30 and 31.
The UK Ministry of Defense said in an intelligence update posted on Twitter that more than half of the town is now likely to be occupied by Russian forces, including Chechen fighters.
According to Russia’s Sputnik news agency on June 1, the Russian Defense Ministry said that in the past 24 hours (May 31), more than 20,000 people were evacuated to Russia from dangerous areas of the People’s Republic. self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk (DPR and LPR) and Ukraine.
The head of Russia’s National Defense Control Center, Colonel Mikhail Mizintsev and head of Russia’s humanitarian response coordination headquarters, said that since the start of Russia’s special military operation, more than 1 5.5 million people, including more than 250,000 children, have been evacuated to Russia.
On May 31, Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) quoted Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov as saying his country could no longer provide [người tị nạn Ukraine] accommodation in luxury conditions.
“Over the past three months, we have provided unprecedented support with accommodation in some of Bulgaria’s best hotels. Now we are moving to a more practical framework,” said Mr. Petkov.
On May 30, the Bulgarian government announced the end of the program to provide accommodation for Ukrainian refugees in private beachfront hotels, in order to move them to state-owned housing.
Bulgaria has taken in nearly 300,000 Ukrainian refugees since Russia’s military campaign began on February 24, with more than 110,000 of them seeking temporary asylum in the country.
According to the United Nations, more than 14 million Ukrainians have been forced to flee their homes due to Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, of which more than 6 million have gone to neighboring countries, and about 8 million have emigrated. domestic.
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