Ukraine-Russia war, live | Strong explosions in Mykolaiv

The war in Ukraine this saturday is 129 days old. Strong explosions have shaken the Ukrainian city of Mikoláiv this Saturday. Russia attacked last morning the southern region of Odessa, killing at least 21 civiliansincluding two children, after bombing a residential building and two tourist centers.

On the eastern front of the conflict, Russian troops overwhelm key cities such as Lisichanskthe last Ukrainian stronghold in the eastern part of Luganskwhere they are fighting in the suburbs.

RTVE’s special envoys in the area have collaborated in this coverage: Oscar Mijallo, Maria Eulate Y David Velasco in Kyiv.

War between Russia and Ukraine, live:


  • Ukraine has accused Moscow of attacking Snake Island, from which Russia says it has withdrawn as a gesture of goodwill. The Ukrainian Army has released images in which two supposedly Russian planes are seen approaching and dropping bombs that Ukraine says are made of phosphorus. Watch the video with the information here.

  • 12:39

    The location of the two ammunition depots hit by operational-tactical aviation was not disclosed. Konshénkov also assured that the Russian air defense systems they shot down a MiG-29 plane of the Ukrainian Air Force in the area of ​​the village of Yavkino, in the Mikolaiv region.

  • 12:39

    The military spokesman, Lieutenant General Igor Konashénkov, stated in his morning war report that the command post is located in Bilozirka, 44 kilometers from the city

  • 12:38

    Russia points out that has destroyed two ammunition depots near the city of Mikolaiv, in southern Ukraine, as well as a command post in the region of the same name, according to the Defense Ministry.

  • 12:37

    A man walks past a missile crater near a damaged residential building in the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut. Photo: Genya SAVILOV / AFP.

  • 11:42

    In a Telegram message collected by the Ukrinform agency, Serhiy Bratchuk, a representative of the Odessa regional military administration, added that currently two Russian troop ships with more than a dozen cruise missiles on board and three large landing ships are on alert in the northwestern part of the Black Sea. Eph

  • 11:38

    Among the weapons and equipment destroyed by the Ukrainian troops include a Grad multiple launch rocket system, a Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft defense system, three armored and motorized vehicles, a tanker truck and a hideout with other equipment.

  • 11:37

    Units of the Ukrainian armed forces completed the military clean-up operation on the island of Zmiinyi (Snake Island) of the equipment and weapons left behind by Russian troops after their withdrawal to Crimea, the Odessa regional military administration reported today.

  • 11:20

    The war map: Loud explosions rock Mykolaiv, as Russia tries to encircle Lysychansk.

  • 11:09

    Ukraine’s Gas Transmission System Operator (TSO) reported this Friday that gas transit through its system has fallen until reaching the historical minimum in 30 years. “Through the Ukrainian TSO in June this year, monthly traffic volumes have reached a historical low since 1991: 1.25 billion cubic meters,” the company explained in a statement posted on its Facebook account.

  • 10:27

    According to Defense, the Russian general listened to the commanders about the use of the troops in the execution of the assigned tasks and to other officers on issues of combat support to the actions of the group of soldiers in various directions. EFE

  • 10:25

    “The Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces and First Deputy Minister of Defense, General of the Army Valeri Gerasimov, reviewed the grouping of Russian troops involved in the special military operation in Ukraine”the ministry said in a message on its Telegram account.

  • 10:25

    The chief of the Russian General Staff, Valery Gerasimov, inspected the troops fighting in the Russian military campaign in Ukrainethe Ministry of Defense reported this Saturday, without revealing where or when the visit took place.

  • 09:20

  • 08:52

    “There are powerful explosions in the city! Stay in shelters!”Mikolaiv Mayor Oleksandr Senkevich wrote in a telegram. The explosions could have leveled an apartment building. Reuters reports

  • 08:51

    Strong explosions have shaken the Ukrainian city of Mikoláiv this Saturday, the mayor said, a day after at least 21 people were killed when Russian missiles hit an apartment building near the Black Sea port of Odessa.

  • 08:13

    We recall that at least 21 people have died last morning in a missile attack against the Ukrainian region of Odessa (in the south of the country), as part of the war unleashed on February 24 by the Russian president’s order of invasion , Vladimir Putin. The attack has leveled part of an apartment building while residents were sleeping. Among the deceased, there are two minors. Read the complete information here

  • 06:14

    The Gas Transmission System Operator (TSO) of Ukraine has reported that the gas transit through its system has fallen to a 30-year low. “Through the Ukrainian TSO in June this year, monthly traffic volumes have reached a historical low since 1991: 1.25 billion cubic meters,” the company explained in a statement posted on its Facebook account.

  • 04:05

    Loud explosions have been heard this morning in the Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv, according to its mayor.

  • 00:54

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced the Ukraine’s intention to increase its foreign policy ties with Latin American countries to represent the interests of his country “around the world” “We are increasing Ukraine’s foreign policy ties with Latin America. I have maintained conversations with the presidents of Argentina and Chile. The interests of Ukraine will be represented throughout the world”, the Ukrainian president expressed in his daily message to the population of Ukraine. Specifically, Zelensky discussed with the president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, about the possibility of involving Chilean specialists in demining territories.

  • 00:01

    Good evening, here continues the up-to-the-minute narration of the war in Ukraine, which is 129 days old this Saturday. Here you can read what happened on Friday.

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