The war in Ukraine this tuesday turns 139 days. The Russian military is focused on destroying Western weapons in Ukraine.
The German Minister of Economy and Energy, Robert Habeck, said on Monday that he feared the definitive cut in the supply of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline after the immobilization of his two sons to carry out repairs.
RTVE’s special correspondents in the region are collaborating on this live coverage: Oscar Mijalo in the Donbass and Maria Eulate Yes David Velasco in Kyiv.
War between Russia and Ukraine, live:
The German government fears that Russia will permanently cut off gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, its main route to Europe. From today and for ten days, the gas pipeline will remain closed for periodic maintenance works, according to Nord Stream AG.
Ukraine hits Russian ammunition depot in Kherson region. Serhii Bratchuk, spokesman for the Odessa region military administration, said via Telegram that Ukrainian forces attacked a Russian ammunition depot in occupied New Kakhovka. This is the fourth time that ammunition depots have been destroyed in Nova Kakhovka, according to the UNIAN news agency.
US sees Brazil’s sanctions on cheap Russian diesel a success. The US government on Monday considered a “success” of international sanctions against Russia the fact that the President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, finalized an agreement to buy cheaper diesel from Russia. “If it turns out that some countries are imposing their own price caps and that’s a substantial denial of revenue to Russia in terms of its ability to sell oil, that’s not a failure of the penalties,” he said.
“The Canadian side has been urged to reconsider the decision, which undermines Euro-Atlantic unity in enforcing the international sanctions regime against the Russian Federation,” the ministry said in a statement.
Kyiv summons Canadian ambassador to deliver turbine for Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline. The Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Canadian charge d’affaires on Monday evening after the government of this country decided to grant permits for the return to Germany of certain turbines of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline.
White House warns Iran could supply hundreds of drones to Russia. The White House has reported that it has information that Russia is looking to Iran to supply the country with hundreds of unmanned aerial vehicles. US national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Iran plans to train the Russians in the use of drones this month, but it is unclear if Iran has already provided drones to Russia.
Zelensky says transfer from Canada to Germany of turbine for Nord Stream 1 is a dangerous precedent. “Now there is no doubt that Russia will try not only to limit as much as possible, but also to completely stop gas supplies to Europe at the most urgent time. Because every concession under such conditions is perceived by the Russian leadership as an incitement to greater and stronger pressure,” the Ukrainian president (“Kyiv Independent”) said on Monday.
The German Minister of Economy and Energy, Robert Habeck, said on Monday that he feared the definitive cut in the supply of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline after the immobilization of his two sons to carry out repairs. “It’s hard to say whether it will come back online after its maintenance,” he said from Prague.
At least three people died and 28 others were injured in a new Russian attack on Monday against Kharkovthe second largest city in Ukraine.
The number of civilians killed in the Russian missile attack on a building in the Ukrainian town of Chasiv Yar, in the eastern Donetsk region of the country, now stands at 26. Nine people have been rescued alive from the rubble.
Good evening, here continues the up-to-the-minute narration of the war in Ukraine, which turns 139 days this Tuesday. Here you can read what happened on Monday.
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