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LIVE – Ukraine: Kyiv says he is ready to fight “a big battle” in the east of his territory

Ukraine says high school and apartment buildings have been bombed in Luhansk and Dnipro . regions

Local Ukrainian officials said a school and several apartment buildings were bombed early on Sunday. One person was injured and a fire broke out, authorities said. Residents were evacuated in time.

“Two high-rise buildings in the new district of the city, as well as a secondary school, were targeted by heavy shelling by the Russian army,” Serhiy Haidai, governor of the Luhansk region, wrote on Telegram.

In another publication, Dnipro regional governor Valentyn Reznichenko reported that a rocket hit a building in the Pavlograd district in the city center.

9 trains will be made available to civilians to flee the Luhansk region

Luhansk regional governor Serhiy Haidai said on Sunday that nine trains will be made available to civilians to allow them to flee this region besieged by the Russian army.

This announcement was made on the Governor’s Telegram account. Most trains have a destination in western Ukraine, such as the city of Lviv.

Since the reorganization of Russian troops in Ukraine, the east of the country and the Donbass have been Moscow’s main military target.

British intelligence says Russian army’s mounting losses are prompting Moscow to call in ex-soldiers

In a new update, British Ministry of Defense intelligence has confirmed “increasing losses” among Russian troops.

According to London, “Russian troops have been trying to bolster their troops since 2012 by sending people who have been dismissed from their military duties”.

Adding that Moscow would also look for fighters in the Transnistria region, a pro-Russian separatist area in Moldova.

‘Ukraine can’t wait any longer’: Zelensky calls again for embargo on Russian oil

In his latest video address, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky once again called on Europeans to put an embargo on Russian oil.

“Ukraine cannot wait any longer. Freedom cannot wait any longer. If tyranny attacks everything that keeps peace in Europe, action must be taken immediately,” the Ukrainian president implored.

Before adding: “We have to act according to principles. And the oil embargo should be the first step. At the level of all democracies, of the whole civilized world”.

Kiev says it is ready to wage a “great battle” in the east of its territory

Ukraine has said it is ready to wage a “great battle” in the east of its territory, a priority target for Moscow, where the evacuation of civilians continues for fear of an imminent offensive.

“Ukraine is ready for the big battles. Ukraine must win them, including in the Donbass,” a region in the east of the country, said Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykaïlo Podoliak, quoted by the Interfax news agency.

“And if that happens, Ukraine will have a stronger position in the negotiations, allowing it to dictate certain terms,” ​​he added.

Bye everyone!

Welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to news about the conflict in Ukraine on Sunday, April 10.

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