More than 1,000 educational institutions in Ukraine have been destroyed by Russian forces since the start of the war, including primary schools, kindergartens and universities, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Here are the latest updates on the war in Ukraine:
Russia bans Biden: Russia has banned more than 900 Americans from entering the country, including President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Russia released its updated “stop list” on Saturday, banning a total of 963 US officials and figures from the country.
The updated list included the majority of U.S. senators and members of the United States House of Representatives, former and current government officials, journalists, military personnel, lawyers, civilians, CEOs — and even a few deceased individuals.
Old Arizona. sen. John McCain and Deputy Defense Intelligence Agency Director Melissa Drisko, who both died in 2018, were on the list, as was Mike Pompeo, former Secretary of State under President Donald Trump.
Bridge destroyed: According to Serhiy Hayday, the head of the regional military administration, Russian troops destroyed the Pavlograd Bridge between Severodonetsk and Lysychansk in Ukraine’s Luhansk region. In a post on his Telegram page on Saturday, Hayday said this will “greatly complicate the evacuation and delivery of humanitarian aid”, but at the moment “there is a connection between the cities.” Hayday also reported that 57 people were evacuated from the Luhansk region on Saturday.
Massacre in Lozova: A Russian missile attack on Lozova in the Kharkov region on Friday damaged mOmore than a thousand apartments and 11 educational institutions, according to Mayor Serhiy Zelensky.
“The numbers are shocking: 11 educational institutions, including five schools. There are questions about the extent of damage suffered by a hospital and a clinic. Our Palace of Culture was also completely destroyed,” the mayor said in a video statement on Telegram on Saturday. . †
Educational institutions affected: More than 1,000 Ukrainian educational institutions have been destroyed since the start of the war, according to the Russian army Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The Russian army destroyed educational institutions in 1873. This is a colossal amount of losses,” Zelensky said in his overnight address on Saturday.
The figure includes primary schools, universities, kindergartens and other institutions that have been hit by Russian shelling since the war started in February last year.
Donbas Offensive: Russia’s military has escalated attacks on Sloyansk and Severodonetsk in recent days and the situation in Donbas is now “extremely difficult,” the Ukrainian president said in his overnight address on Saturday.
“Ukraine’s armed forces deter this offensive. Every day that our defenders take away and disrupt these offensive plans of Russia is a concrete contribution to the approach of the main day. The desired day that we all look forward to and fight for: Victory Day” said Zelensky.