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Russia-Ukraine war: Moscow warns US over diplomatic ‘point of no return"

-Russia-Ukraine war: Moscow warns US over diplomatic ‘point of no return"

Ukraine’s defence intelligence agency warned of fresh “provocations” at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, as both sides again accused the other of shelling Europe’s largest nuclear facility, Reuters reports.

Ukraine’s military command said “fierce fighting” continued in Pisky, an eastern village which Russia had earlier in the day said it had full control over.

“The occupiers are trying to break through the defense of our troops in the directions of Oleksandropol, Krasnohorivka, Avdiivka, Maryinka, and Pisky,” Ukraine’s general staff said in its nightly briefing note on Facebook.

“Fierce fighting continues,” it added, Reuters reports.

Ivan Fedorov, the mayor of Melitopol, posted on Telegram that “an explosion was heard in the northeastern part” of the city.

“We’re waiting for good news about Russian losses,” he added.

The city, which is east of the Dnipro river and north east of the Crimean peninsula, has been occupied since March.

Russian troops and Kremlin-backed rebels are seeking to seize Ukrainian-held areas north and west of the city of Donetsk to expand the separatists’ self-proclaimed republic, the Associated Press reports.

But the Ukrainian military said on Saturday that its forces had prevented an overnight advance toward the smaller cities of Avdiivka and Bakhmut.

The Ukrainian governor of the Luhansk province, which is part of the fight over the Donbas region and was overrun by Russian forces last month, claimed that Ukrainian troops still held a small area.»-one-piece-film-red-2022-film-gratuit-co-107tM1N6Lp

Writing on Telegram, Luhansk governor Serhii Haidai said the defending troops remained holed up inside an oil refinery on the edge of Lysychansk, a city that Moscow claimed to have captured, and also control areas near a village.

“The enemy is burning the ground at the entrances to the Luhansk region because it cannot overcome [Ukrainian resistance along] these few kilometers,” Haidai said.

“It is difficult to count how many thousands of shells this territory of the free Luhansk region has withstood over the past month and a half,” he added.

The Ukrainian army’s Operational Command South posted a series of updates on its Facebook page on Saturday, saying that over night the Nikopol and Kryvorizky districts in the south of the Dnipropetrovsk region were shelled by Russian rocket salvo fire systems.

In the city of Nikopol, the update said, 11 high-rise buildings, 13 private buildings and a kindergarten were “mutilated”, while a gas pipeline and power line had been hit and currently “disabled”. Nobody was injured.

The update added:

In Kherson Oblast, in addition to physical and moral pressure, an information war continues on the occupied territory. Propaganda channels daily inform about the preparation and holding of the “referendum” and accession to Russia.

The update said another ship had arrived in a Black Sea port for loading with the help of the UN World Food Program, and would later leave for Ethiopia with 23,000 tons of grain.

Russia is readying itself for a prolonged war in Ukraine, according to the US-based analysts Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

A new budget is reportedly available that would boost industrial spending by $10bn and support war efforts.

The ISW reports the The Ukrainian Main Military Intelligence Directorate (GUR) as saying that the Military-Industrial Commission of the Russian Federation, chaired by Russian president Vladimir Putin, is preparing to change the state defense order programme by early September to increase expenditures by 600-700 billion rubles (approximately $10bn).

Russian media outlet Ura reported that Russian defense minister Sergey Shoigu likely visited the Uralvagonzavod factory, the largest tank manufacturer in Russia and the producer of Russia’s T-72 main battle tanks, on 12 August, the ISW said.

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