War Russia-Ukraine, today’s news, hit a fuel depot near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. The Pope welcomes the Holy See’s ambassador Kiev in the audience

164th day of war in Ukraine, today’s news in real time. Launching of missiles and explosions in the area of ​​Saporigia nuclear power plant. Kiev and Moscow blame each other. Moscow: A fuel depot near a nuclear power plant was hit. Energoatom: “Hydrogen and Radioactive Material Spill Risk.” The Pope receives an audience with the Holy See’s ambassador to Kiev. Partial payment of gas between Turkey and Russia in rubles Putin: “Europe thanks Turkey for Russian gas”. More bombs and victims in Nikolaev Amnesty International: “Kiev’s criticism does not change the facts in our report that Ukraine puts civilians at risk by establishing military bases in residential areas”

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A nuclear reactor in Zaporizhia shut down: “serious risks remain”

“One of the reactors at the Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia, which is controlled by Russian forces, was shut down yesterday’s explosion posed a serious risk to the plant’s safe operation,” the Ukrainian Energy Agency said today. In one the emergency protection system was activated and it was shut down,” Enerkotam announced in a message on Telegram.

Moscow: “Fuel depot near Zaporozhye nuclear power plant hit”

The Russian military has announced that it has destroyed a Ukrainian military fuel depot containing more than 50,000 tons of diesel fuel near Zaporizhia, home to Europe’s largest nuclear power plant. This was reported by the Russian state agency TASS. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov told a briefing today that the fuel was “destined for the Dnepr operational task force”. Yesterday, responsibility for bombs in the territory of the nuclear power plant damaged two power lines between Moscow and Kiev.

The Pope welcomes the Holy See’s ambassador Kiev in the audience

The Pope welcomed Ukrainian Ambassador to the Holy See Andrii Yurash at a meeting at the Vatican this morning. This was reported in a bulletin from the Vatican press office

Central Attacks Zaporizhia, Kiev: “A Miracle Didn’t Explode”

“Europe could only see this new day because, by a miracle, the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant did not explode yesterday”. Mykhailo Podoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, wrote on Twitter after the attack on the plant that Kiev blamed Russian forces. “The Russian Federation has taken over the power plant” and is “carrying out dangerous provocations there,” condemned Podoliak and the UN. and called on the IAEA to “demand the withdrawal of the Russians from the nuclear power plant and hand over its control”. A Special Commission”.

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Kiev, Russian forces bomb Nikopol

Russian forces bomb Nikopol. According to Yevhen Yevtushenko, head of the city’s district military administration, Russian forces shelled Nikopol, Dnipropetrovsk, around one o’clock. Kyiv Independent reported this.

Kiev, 41,900 Russian soldiers have been killed since the start of the war

The Kiev military says some 41,900 Russian soldiers have been killed since the invasion of Ukraine began. In its update on Moscow’s losses so far, the Ukrainian military notes that 223 warplanes, 191 helicopters and 744 drones have been shot down. Ukrinform reports it. In addition, Kiev forces claim to have destroyed 1,802 Russian tanks, 955 artillery systems, 4,051 armored personnel carriers, 15 ships and 182 cruise missiles.

Ukraine: Russian bombs hit Mykolaiv, seriously injure 2

Ukrinform reported on Facebook that two people were seriously injured in a fresh Russian bombardment last night in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv. “On the night of August 6, at 03:30 (2:30 in Italy, Ed), the enemy launched missile attacks on the city of Mykolaiv, seriously injuring two people. Residential buildings were also damaged,” the message said. Yesterday, as is known, Russian troops attacked residential districts of Korabelny district of Mykolaiv city, killing one person and wounding 21 people, and 21 houses and two company premises were damaged by bombing.

GB, Russian forces mass south for possible attack

Russian forces are in southern Ukraine in anticipation of a Kiev counterattack or preparing for a possible attack: British intelligence writes in a daily update on the situation in the country. Meanwhile, the Defense Ministry said in a statement on Twitter that Moscow soldiers were increasingly targeting targets such as bridges, ammunition depots and railway junctions in the southern parts of the country. The war is about to enter a new phase, the report concludes, in which heavy fighting will affect about 350 km from Zaporizhia to Kherson along the Dnipro River.

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Russian bombs in the south, 3,000 tons of wheat in smoke

The Kyiv Independent reported that Russian forces attacked a farm in the Novomykolaivskyi district of Zaporizhzhia region in southern Ukraine and destroyed a silo complex containing 3,000 tons of grain. In another blast, a warehouse containing more than 365 tonnes of sunflowers was destroyed.

Russian bombs destroy three thousand tons of grain in Zaporizhia

The Kyiv Independent reported that Russian forces attacked a farm in the Novomykolaivskyi district of Zaporizhzhia region in southern Ukraine and destroyed a silo complex containing 3,000 tons of grain. In another blast, a warehouse containing more than 365 tonnes of sunflowers was destroyed.

Moscow is recruiting volunteers for a new battalion of 15,000 soldiers

Moscow is recruiting volunteers to form a new battalion called ‘Samara’ to be deployed in Ukraine, which will join the Third Army Corps of the Russian Armed Forces: Russian journalist Sasha Kotz reports via Ukrinform. According to experts at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), the new battalion will consist of 15,500 men between the ages of 18 and 50 with no military experience. Western Military District (WMD). For his part, the governor of the Russian region of Omsk, Alexander Butkov, announced that the region was forming three battalions of volunteers – Irdish, Avangard and Om – to be deployed in Donbass to provide engineering support. Medical and logistics. Meanwhile, Moscow continues to train volunteers in the Novosibirsk, Saratov, Ulyanovsk and Kurgan regions for the war in Ukraine.

Zelensky: “Russia uses anti-European policy with gas”

“Instead of supplying gas to the European region according to the agreements, Russia is simply burning it, and this is happening for more than a week. Why is this happening? Prices in Europe will rise even more, so ordinary Europeans will suffer more, so it will be even more difficult for everyone on the continent to prepare for winter.” Gazprom, Russian gas pipelines passing through Ukraine I would like to see arms for Russia,” said Ukrainian President Zelensky in his usual evening address to the country.

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Explosion of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant: “Risk of Leakage of Radioactive Materials”

An explosion near a nuclear power plant in Zaporizhia’s Hanao created a “radioactive material leakage risk,” Ukrainian energy company Energotum has warned. “On the evening of August 5, Russian terrorists again opened fire on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant with MLRS. The arrival of three missiles near one of the power plants where the nuclear reactor is located was recorded at the site of the plant,” the report said. According to Energoatom, “They have severely damaged the nitrogen-oxygen plant and joint auxiliary building. There is a risk of leakage of hydrogen and radioactive material. The risk of fire is high, but there are currently no casualties.” Both bombings have been reported by Russian agencies, but they write that they fired artillery at Ukrainians.

Who is Olga Kachura, Putin’s “wolf” and the first Russian female commander killed in Ukraine?

They called her Putin’s “wolf,” or Lady Death, because she bragged about how much she enjoyed taking out her enemies. Olga Kachura was the first Russian female commander to be killed in Ukraine during the war. Olga Kachura, 52, was beaten to death. In a raid in Donbass last Wednesday, a missile hit his car in the town of Horlivka in the Donetsk region. Who is Olga Kachura, Putin’s wolf? And the first Russian female commander was killed in Ukraine

Today’s August 6 news about the Russia-Ukraine war

Launching of missiles and explosions in the area of ​​Saporigia nuclear power plant. Kiev and Moscow blame each other. Energoatom: “Hydrogen and radioactive material leakage risk”. Putin: “Europe thanks Turkey for Russian gas” on ruble gas partial payment agreement between Turkey and Russia. More bombs and victims in Nikolaev. Amnesty International: “Criticisms Kiev will not change the facts in our report that Ukraine is endangering civilians by establishing military bases in residential areas.

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