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At least the Russian military contingent 27 kilometers Today it is located 32 km north of Antonov Airport and 48 km from the border with the Ukrainian capital.

It was first spotted on satellite images by Maxer Technologies on Sunday, and it is now unclear whether it will head to the center of Kiev or join other Russian troops to encircle the Ukrainian capital.

The Russians are advancing towards the Ukrainian capital Slow but smooth. In fact, a U.S. defense official told reporters Monday morning that Russian forces were now “approximately.” 25 km outside Kiev. As he characteristically stated, the Russian army moved five kilometers closer to the city center than it had on Sunday.

“Their progress in Kiev still seems to be the main line of their efforts and we expect them to try. To circle around the city “In the coming days,” the official said.

His representative’s statements were on the same wavelength Pentagon He made the remarks Monday night at a news conference. The John Kirby Russian forces are trying to get closer to the Ukrainian capital, but are still outside the city center.

“We clearly see Russian forces advancing or trying to get closer so they can advance from the ground to Kiev,” he said. However, he could not confirm that the Russian military convoy seen in the satellite images was heading towards Kiev.

Commenting on the announcement by Russian President Vladimir Putin, Warning preventive forces Russia, including its nuclear weapons, classified it “Unnecessary and measurable energy”.

Anyway, Russia meets her Strong opposition from the Ukrainians Soldiers who thwarted Vladimir Putin’s plan and predictions to occupy the capital quickly.

When asked by the BBC if the country was preparing for a strong Russian offensive in Kyiv and other cities, Ukrainian Interior Minister Denis Monastirsky said: “Every day the president asks me, every day we coordinate our efforts in the situation and situation. What happens. Every day we respond to it.The situation is serious but stable.

A Western official told CNN that Russia had failed to destroy Ukraine’s air defenses from day one. The most backward schedule He had set up for the invasion.

It is estimated that about 50% of the Russian troops lined up on the border with Ukraine for weeks are operating on Ukrainian soil.

This carries the risks of becoming Russians More serious In an attempt to occupy the Ukrainian capital, they are frustrated by the lack of progress on the battlefield.

At the same time the Russian invasion continues At all ends Of the country, from north to south.

A loud explosion was heard east of downtown at 6:40 a.m. Monday. Kiev They were the biggest explosions on Monday, and then air defense sirens were heard across the city.

youth Russian bombing Today, it happened on Monday morning and at Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city was hit by rockets, killing 11 civilians, according to the head of the regional administration. Populated areaAs seen in the released videos.

The attack came despite Russia’s promise not to target civilian areas.

In a new speech on Monday night, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky spoke “Clear war crime” He noted the storm of Russian bombings in Kharkov and called for the creation of a no-fly zone for Russian aircraft, helicopters and missiles.

According to Zhelensky, Russia has fired 56 missiles and 113 cruise missiles at Ukraine in the past five days.

“The evil of being armed with missiles, bombs and artillery must be stopped immediately and destroyed financially.”

The Russian military said Monday it had attacked 1,146 Ukrainian military installations since the start of the “special operation”, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Lt. Gen. Igor Konashenkov said.

Agreement on the second round of peace talks in Moscow-Kiev

Meanwhile, today, Russian and Ukrainian officials met and discussed in Belarus’ Komal Extinguish the fire In Ukraine. Both sides agreed to continue negotiations.

Supreme Adviser to the President of Ukraine and Michael Pondoliak, head of the Ukrainian delegationHe said the focus was on one of the talks Possibility Ceasefire And the second round may take place “in the future”.

“Negotiations are tough and Russia is committed to its destructive processes,” Pontoliac wrote on Twitter.

The Chairman of the Russian Embassy And former Minister of Culture of Russia, Vladimir MedinskyHe said the discussions lasted nearly five hours and without further details, the ambassadors “sometimes spotted some points”.

“The next meeting will take place in the coming days on the Polish-Belarusian border, there is an agreement,” Medinsky said.

Putin has set conditions for the West for peace in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been in contact with his French counterpart, Emanuel Macron, as talks between Ukraine and the Russian delegation on the Belarusian border begin. According to the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin has set his rules for peace in Ukraine.

Among them, “Acceptance Reasonable security benefits Russia recognizes Russian sovereignty over Crimea, including the militarization and militarization of Ukraine and the stabilization of its neutrality.

Zhelensky signed a call for Ukraine to join the European Union

Before the start of the talks, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky Announced that he had signed a formal request for his country to join the European Union.

Zelensky called on the European Union to allow the immediate annexation of Ukraine, under a special procedure, as it defends itself against the invasion of Russian forces.

At the request of the President of the Council of Europe, Charles MichaelHe said there would be a discussion on Ukraine’s accession to the European Union.

“This is a debate that will happen anyway,” he said.Very powerful “ Agreement Contact with Ukraine, which can be deepened.

For his part, the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen was in favor of Ukraine joining the European Union.

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