Ukrainian war: Russia wants to vote in the territories occupied by Ukraine, date maintained on November 4
, 2022-09-07 10:31:00,
Moscow. Russia has been attacking Ukraine since February 24. During the 6-month war, Russia captured many regions of Ukraine (Russian-Ukrainian War). Now Russia wants to hold elections in these occupied areas. Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed a vote on November 4.
Ukraine has accused Russian forces of genocide in the town of Bucha. On the other hand, in the talks between Russia and Ukraine, there was also hope for an agreement on certain conditions. During the recent talks between the two countries in Turkey, there were hopes for an agreement with certain conditions. However, despite this negotiation, Russia continues to attack in many areas of the battlefield, and the Ukrainian army is also complete. Responding forcefully.
During the 6-month war, Russia captured more than 15 regions of Ukraine, including Butcha, Mariupol, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Severodonsk and Lisichansk.
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382 children have died in the war so far
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) said 382 children have died in Ukraine so far after the Russian attack. While 741 were injured. According to the media, 388 children died in Donestk, 204 in Kharkiv, 116 in Kyiv, 71 in Mykolaiv, 61 in Lugansk, 55 in Kherson and 46 in Zaporizhia. More than half of the Ukrainian population devastated by the Russian attack fled to other countries. Some people are still not ready to leave the country. …
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