During the night the Odessa region was attacked by the Russian army with cruise missiles, the rockets were shot down by the Ukrainian anti-aircraft. The Russian army also launched a missile attack on the Kremenchug refinery and infrastructure. Poland asks the European Union for a new package of sanctions against Russia.
Ukraine: Russian missiles over the Odessa region from Crimea
In the night the region of Odessa it was attacked by the Russian army with cruise missiles, the rockets were shot down by the Ukrainian anti-aircraft, as reported by the Southern operational command of Kiev quoted by UNIAN. “Two Onyx missiles launched from the coastal complex in the territory of the occupied Crimea were destroyed in the air by the air defense unit”, reads the note from the Command.
Kiev: Battle for Severodonetsk continues
“Nell’Ukraine eastern, the Russian invaders are conducting offensive operations in different directions and continue artillery attacks on positions of defense forces, as well as civilian targets. The enemy continues to storm Severodonetsk, but without success”. This was written by the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in its daily report on Facebook, according to which, in the direction of Severodonetsk, “the enemy continues to fire with artillery and propelled grenade launchers at the positions of our troops and civil infrastructure near Lysychansk , Metolkino, Ustynivka and Voronovo. The battles for Severodonetsk continue. To improve the tactical situation, the enemy units have tried to carry out assault operations outside the city, but without success ”.
Warsaw urges EU on new sanctions package against Moscow
The Poland calls on the European Union for a new package of sanctions against Russia for the war againstUkraine. “From our point of view, a seventh package of sanctions must be imposed as soon as possible to maintain the pressure,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Lukasz. Jasina, in an interview with Welt am Sonntag. “We carry this position forward and have the support of our Baltic partners,” she added.