Ukraine – Russia, last hour of the war

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has now entered its ninth day. Russian forces have attacked the training center of the Energodar nuclear power plant in the Zaporizhia region of Ukraine.

The bombings of the largest plant in Europe, and the third in the world, have caused a fire and have triggered alarms about a possible catastrophe by declaring a threat to the first unit.

After taking control of the city of Jersón, and having closed the city of Mariupul, the Russian Army advances towards Odessa, its next objective.

RTVE correspondents and special envoys in the area collaborate in this live coverage: Víctor García Guerrero, Mónica Cartes and David Velasco, in Leópolis; Óscar Mijallo in Zaporizhia; Álvaro Caballero and Marián Serén in Medyka; Laura Alonso and Sergio Jiménez in Dorohusk and Érika Reija in Moscow.

Russia and Ukraine, follow the war live:


  • 08:22

    Radio Nacional de España joins the European initiative give peace a chance. A song proposed to the UER by Berlin’s public radio and to which 150 stations from 25 European countries have already joined. John Lennon’s pacifist anthem will be played this morning across the continent against the war in Ukraine.

  • 08:17

  • 08:16

    The director general of the International Atomic Energy Organization (IAEA), Rafael Grossi, has called for the use of force to stop and has warned of the “serious situation at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant“Because hitting the nuclear reactors could be extremely dangerous. The fire at Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is already out, after the Russian attack.

  • 08:10

  • 08:06

    Putin assures that the “military operation” in Ukraine is going according to the “plan” and is being a “success”. Meanwhile, Russia’s campaign in Ukraine has slowed down the advance of Russian troops in the face of stronger Ukrainian resistance than expected.

  • 08:02

    Russia and Ukraine agree to open humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians and a possible ceasefire during their departure. Ukrainian negotiators regret not having achieved their main demands of armistice The two parties have agreed to continue negotiating in a third round of talks

  • 07:42

    Newscast – 9:00 p.m. – 03/03/22 – watch now

  • 07:40

    The Russian invasion of Ukraine has entered already in its ninth day: the highlight, a Russian attack on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, and the fire in one of its buildings that has finally been put out by firefighters. Read the complete information here.

  • 07:39

    Good Morning! We begin the minute-by-minute narration of everything that happens this Friday, March 4, about the war in Ukraine, after the invasion of Russian troops.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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