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Les autorités russes d’occupation ont renewed their appeal to civilians to quit the city of Kherson, evoquant une situation militaire tendue face à l’avancée des forces ukrainiennes. Depuis plusieurs jours, des milliers de civilians fuient Kherson en traversant le fleuve Dniepr en prévisione d’une offensive imminente des forces ukrainiennes pour reprendre la ville. Follow live events in Ukraine.

  • 4 hours 06: le G7 condemns l’enlèvement de ctres de la centrale de Zaporizhia par la Russie

The Group of Seven (G7) condemned the hijacking of cars from the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhya by Russian forces and demanded that the power plant be repassed under Ukrainian control. “We condemn the kidnapping of cadres and employees of the Ukrainian nuclear power plant of Zaporizhzhya by Russia,” the group of G7 non-proliferation leaders said in a communiqué dated Saturday. “Nous demandons à la Russie que la centrale repasse entième sous le contrôle de l’Ukraine, sa proprietaire légitimate et souverainee”, était-il wrote.

The Russian army seized Europe’s largest nuclear power plant shortly after the start of its invasion of Ukraine.

  • 2 h 50 : les autorités prorusses appellent les civils à quitter Kherson “immédiatement”

The pro-Russian authorities of the region of Kherson, annexed by Russia in the south of Ukraine, have called on civilians to leave the regional capital “immediately” in the face of the advance of the forces of Kiev.

“Tous les habitants civilians de Kherson must immediately quit the city”, the pro-Russian occupation administration of the region indicated on Telegram on Saturday, evoking a “situation tendue sur le front” et “un danger accru de bombardements massives”.

Des evacuations vers la rive gauche du fleuve Dniepr, qui borde Kherson, sont en cours depuis mercredi. Mais l’appel de samedi has a caractère d’urgence accrue. About 25,000 people have already been evacuated, said the head of Kherson, Kirill Stremausov, to the Russian Interfax press agency.


According to AFP and Reuters

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