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Russia-Ukraine War: Ukraine got ‘bad news’ on completion of 100 days, President Zelensky told where the trouble is coming

100 Days of Russia Ukraine War : The most terrible war in Ukraine is now centered in Donbass

Ukraine Feather Russia 100 days have passed since the attack. War Now concentrated in the eastern part of the country, Russian forces Donbass It is strengthening its hold on the field. An occasion comes on a day when Kyiv has announced that its fifth Ukrainian border, including Crimea and parts of the Donbass, is now under Russian occupation. Capital Kyiv (Kyiv) President after being removed from Vladimir Putin Its forces have thrown all their might on the former Ukraine. This has increased the danger that the war will go on for a long time.


The most terrible war in Ukraine is now concentrated in Severodonetsk of Donbass. Russia now occupies 80% of the Donbass, but Ukrainian forces are blocking them with full force.

President Volodymyr Zelensky said late Thursday that Ukrainian forces had some success in the industrial area of ​​the Luhansk region, but it is too early to say anything, which is the most difficult area at the moment.

Luhansk region governor Sergei Gaede, accusing the Russian army of destroying hospitals, schools and roads, said on Telegram that “for 100 days they have been destroying everything. But we are only getting stronger. The enemy’s hatred and The belief in our victory makes us unwavering.”

Since Russia began incursions on February 24, thousands have been killed and many millions forced to flee, while Zelensky said some 100 Ukrainian soldiers are dying every day in the war zone.

The Severodonetsk Azot factory is the largest chemical plant in Europe. The Russian army took aim and set fire to the warehouse where the methanol was stored.

The UNHCR has estimated that more than 7 million people have been displaced in Ukraine, especially those who escaped fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine, fled to the western city of Lviv and during the siege of the capital Kyiv.

The number of refugees and displaced people in the country itself is a quarter of the population of Ukraine.

Many people are still trapped in their destroyed homes and communities. This means that they have been displaced without leaving their homes.

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