Home World The Russian army rescued 80 civilians from the Azov steel plant. The Ukrainian president said on the 2nd that it would continue to evacuate people from Mariupol.

The Russian army rescued 80 civilians from the Azov steel plant. The Ukrainian president said on the 2nd that it would continue to evacuate people from Mariupol.

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Original title: Russian army rescued 80 civilians from Azov steel plant Ukrainian president said on the 2nd will continue to evacuate people from Mariupol

According to the “News and Newspaper Digest” of China Voice of China Central Radio and Television Station, the Russian Ministry of Defense said on the 1st that the Russian Aerospace Forces used high-precision missiles to hit seven Ukrainian military installations. These include 4 staging points for Ukrainian troops and weapons and equipment, and 3 rocket and artillery weapons and ammunition depots in Donetsk and Kharkov regions, respectively.

The Russian Defense Ministry said on the 1st that the Russian army rescued 80 civilians, including women and children, from the Azov steel plant in the city of Mariupol. Zelensky released a video saying that the task of evacuating 100 people from the Azov steel plant was completed that day. He said that the ceasefire system will last for two days, and the evacuation of personnel from Mariupol will continue at 8 am on the 2nd.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a presidential decree on the 1st to ensure additional measures for information security in Russia, establishing an IT security department in every department, agency and backbone organization. According to the regulations, from January 1, 2025, Russian state-owned enterprises and institutions are prohibited from using information security equipment produced by unfriendly countries.Return to Sohu, see more

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