LIVE – War in Ukraine: Mariupol still partially controlled by Ukrainian army

Ukraine: “Russia has not authorized humanitarian evacuation” in Mariupol

If Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk announced on Thursday, April 14, the conclusion of an agreement to open nine humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians from several cities in the country, it would not concern Mariupol, according to the deputy mayor port city.

In fact, Sergei Orlov said this morning on BFMTV: “Russia has not authorized humanitarian evacuations.”

Ukraine: “between 100,000 and 130,000 civilians suffering from water and food shortages” in Mariupol, according to the deputy mayor

On BFMTV this Monday morning, Deputy Mayor of Mariupol Sergei Orlov said:

“There are still between 100,000 and 130,000 civilians suffering from water and food shortages.”

With the city reportedly on the verge of falling to Vladimir Putin, hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers continue to fight in Mariupol despite threats from Russia.

Ukraine: “about 20-25% of the city is still defended,” said the deputy mayor of Mariupol

As a guest of BFMTV this Monday morning, Deputy Mayor of Mariupol Sergei Orlov gave some information about the situation in Mariupol, a city that is on the verge of falling into Russian hands. According to him, “20-25% of the city is still defended under the control of the Ukrainian army.”

War in Ukraine: the three possible scenarios of the Russian attack in Donbass

For several days, Ukraine has feared a new massive offensive by Russia in the Donbass region. On Sunday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused the Russians of wanting to “destroy” this entire eastern region. How would you go about it? Three scenarios could be considered.

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Volodymyr Zelenskyy will not abandon eastern Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Friday in an interview with CNN news channel that aired on Sunday that Ukraine was not ready to cede territories in the east of the country. The Ukrainian army is ready to fight the Moscow army in the Donbass region in a battle that he says could change the course of the war.

With that in mind, BFMTV was able to track a unit of Zelenskyy’s men in northern Donbass that has been preparing for a breakthrough by Russian forces for several days.

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In Kharkiv our reporters under Russian bombs

In Moscow’s crosshairs Kharkiv has seen deadly bombings every day since Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he would withdraw his troops from the Kyiv region to concentrate on eastern Ukraine. Our reporters witness the violence on the ground.

At least five people were killed and 13 injured in a series of strikes in this major city in the north-east of the country on Sunday, emergency services told Agence France-Presse.

War in Ukraine: the situation at the beginning of this 54th day of conflict

As this Monday marks the 54th day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, where do we stand in this conflict? In the last few hours, there have been renewed bombings in several cities across the country. Internationally, the President of Ukraine invited his French and American counterparts to come and see the “genocide” committed by the Russian army.

>> All the details of the 53rd day of the war in our article

Zelenskyy spoke to the Managing Director of the IMF about the reconstruction of Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Sunday he had held talks with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva on Ukraine’s financial stability and post-war conflict reconstruction.

“I spoke to IMF Managing Director Georgieva about ensuring Ukraine’s financial stability and preparing for post-war reconstruction. We have clear plans and a vision for the prospects at the moment. I am sure that cooperation between the IMF and Ukraine will continue to bear fruit,” he tweeted.

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Zelenskyy accuses the Russians of wanting to “destroy Donbass”.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Sunday accused Russia of wanting to “destroy” the entire eastern region of Donbass and vowed to do everything in its defense, starting with the strategic port of Mariupol, where the surrounded soldiers are called to fight, ” until the end”.

“Russian soldiers are preparing for an offensive in the east of our country in the near future. They want to literally finish off and destroy Donbass,” Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a video message.

“Just as the Russian military is destroying Mariupol, they want to destroy other cities and other communities in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions,” he continued, before launching: “We are doing everything we can to ensure defense.”

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