Russia-Ukraine conflict: After Kyiv struck a significant blow to Moscow’s hold on some of the east with a swift offensive that saw Ukrainian troops enter the pivotal city of Izium after six months of occupation, the conflict between the two countries looks to be entering a new phase.
According to Volodymyr Zelensky’s spokesman Serhii Nykyforov, who claimed that a car collided with the presidential car and motorcade in a Facebook post on September 15, the Ukrainian president was engaged in a car accident but is “not gravely hurt.” According to a doctor’s examination following the collision, Zelensky was not gravely hurt, the media portal reported, adding that the doctors who were with Zelensky also assisted his driver with medical needs and took him to an ambulance. Nikiforov added that the crash will be thoroughly investigated by law enforcement.
According to reports, the conflict between Ukraine and Russia appears to be shifting into a new phase after Kyiv struck a significant blow to Moscow’s hold on some of the east with a swift offensive that saw Ukrainian troops enter the important city of Izium after six months of occupation. According to a CNN report, the entrance of Ukrainian forces into the city of Izium on Saturday showed that the Russian troops are attempting to cling onto the land they had taken over during the previous six months.
A car carrying Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy collided with another vehicle after a battlefield visit, but the president suffered no serious injuries, a spokesman says. https://t.co/cyvgC2cSYD
— The Associated Press (@AP) September 15, 2022
Just five days after Ukrainian forces launched a new attack in the Kharkiv region, Russian forces were also forced to flee the crucial eastern city of Ilium. “Weapons and ammunition were left behind as the Russians fled. The city centre is open to anyone, “Last week, a representative of the Bohun Brigade of the Ukrainian Land Forces announced.
On Telegram earlier on Sunday, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that Ukrainian forces have released Russian forces from the settlement of Chkalovske in the Kharkiv region “Unfree settlement number two! The Ukrainian flag has returned to Chkalovske, Kharkiv area, thanks to the 14th separate motorised brigade named after Prince Roman the Great.” Zelenskyy announced late on Friday that the Armed Forces of Ukraine had liberated and taken control of more than 30 towns in the Kharkiv region in his daily video message.
Since Russia began its full-scale invasion in late February, the Ukrainians have conducted their most daring ground attacks in recent days.
UN chief Antonio Guterres and President Putin discuss the war in Ukraine
To alleviate the escalating global food crisis that threatens several famines, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres claimed that he spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday about exporting Russian fertiliser through the Black Sea ports of Ukraine. According to an AP story, the UN chief claimed that they also spoke about prisoners of war and security at Europe’s largest nuclear plant, where he claimed bombardment has stopped for the past three days.
Putin said at a news conference that the fact-finding mission he appointed on July 29 to look into killings at the Olenivka prison in a separatist region of eastern Ukraine will be able to travel there “through whatever way we choose, and that is a very important aspect.” Guterres quoted Putin as saying this.
According to separatist authorities and Russian officials, the strike claimed the lives of 53 Ukrainian prisoners of war and injured 75 others. The warring nations blame one another for carrying out the attack. According to Guterres, the phone call to Putin was a follow-up to his meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on August 18 in Lviv and his regular calls to Andriy Yermak, the head of Zelenskyy’s office.
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog agency stated on Monday that he has begun discussions with Ukraine and Russia on his call for a “nuclear safety and security protection zone” around the facility. The two sides appear interested. The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southeast Ukraine is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe. As fighting raged nearby, the Zaporizhzhia plant’s engineers were able to shut down its final operating reactor over the weekend after it was linked to Ukraine’s energy grid.
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