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April 3
09:23

Russian invaders attacked Odesa from the air this morning. Several missiles were shot down by air defense – Odesa city council.

09:34

In the Luhansk region, a section of the damaged main gas pipeline was localized and the normal mode of gas supply was restored for more than 100,000 residents – the state operator of the gas transmission system of Ukraine.

09:40

In the mass graves of Bucha 280 people were discovered. The city infrastructure and housing were severely damaged by Russian forces and its streets were covered with the bodies of dead civilians – Mayor Anatoly Fedoruk.

09:47

Stunned by the atrocities in Bucha and other cities in Ukraine. Reports of attacks by Russian troops on innocent civilians are disgusting. The perpetrators will be brought to justice – UK Foreign Secretary Lizzie Truss.

09:52

Lithuanian director Mantas Kvedaravičius died in Mariupol with a camera in his hands. He was the author of “Mariupolis,” a film about life in the front-line city – Ukrainian director Vitaly Mansky.

09:57

The Russians are fighting a war that violates all international conventions and kills civilians en masse. In connection with this, all residents of Luhansk Region must leave the war zone as soon as possible – Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration Serhiy Gaidai.

10:04

As a result of yesterday’s shelling of Kremenchug, the russians destroyed the infrastructure of the Kremenchug oil refinery – Dmitry Lunin, Head of the Poltava regional military administration.

10:54

After the liberation of Kyiv region, the bodies of Motyzhyn village head Olga Sukhenko, as well as her husband and son, were found. They were taken captive by Russian occupiers on March 23 – Makarov village Head Vadim Tokar.

12:03

Intense shelling and air strikes in Izyum, which began on March 6, were barbaric and chaotic in nature, the invaders destroyed everything they could reach – Izyum Deputy Mayor Vladimir Matsokin.

12:17

Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from February 24 to April 2 (approximate): 18,000 servicemen; 644 tanks; 1,830 armored vehicles; 325 artillery systems; 105 MLRS ; 54 anti-aircraft systems; 143 aircraft; 134 helicopters; 1,249 military vehicles; 7 military boats; 76 fuel tanks; 89 tactical UAVs; 24 units of special vehicles; 4 SRBM – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

 

12:27

Units of Ukrainian paratroopers have taken control of the Pripyat area and a section of the state border with the Republic of Belarus – the command of the Ukrainian paratroopers and assault troops.

12:47

In the morning of April 3, another russian SU-24 fighter-bomber was shot down. Three more cruise missiles were also shot down in the southern direction Air Force of the AFU spokesman Yuriy Gnat.

14:17

The territory of one of the villages of the Apostolovo community (Kryvyi Rih district) was shelled by enemy soldiers with cluster munitions – the Head of the Apostolovo Andrey Osa.

14:26

Since April 1st, the natural gas system UAB Conexus Baltic Grid operator has not been supplying Russian gas to Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. These countries do not intend to pay for gas supplies in rubles. – Uldis Bariss, Chairman of the Board

14:52

As a result of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, 23,000 km of Ukrainian roads have been destroyed. The damage is estimated at UAH 874 billion. – Andriy Ivko, First Deputy Head of Ukravtodor

15:39

Russian occupiers starve Ukrainian war prisoners and do not give them water. Soldiers of the Ukrainian National Guard were captured on February 24th during the assault on the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. – Ombudsman Liudmyla Denisova

16:00

Germany will tighten sanctions against the Russian Federation and provide Ukraine with even more outstanding support in the war against Russian aggressors. – Annalena Berbock, German Foreign Minister

16:05

Alexander Shapovalov, the mayor of Berislav, and Alexander Medvedev, the mayor of Snovsk, have been released from the captivity of the Russian occupiers. – Vitali Klitschko, Mayor of Kyiv

16:35

Ukraine convenes a meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council. On the agenda are the mass murderers and tortures of civilians committed by Russian troops in the Kyiv region, particularly in Bucha. – Permanent Mission of Ukraine to international organizations in Vienna

16:40

70% of Chernihiv has been destroyed due to shelling by Russian occupiers. – Vladislav Atroshenko, Mayor of Chernihiv

17:06

Russian troops have launched another missile strike on Vasilkov. Several people have been injured and evacuated to a local hospital, one of them – in critical condition. The rescue operation is ongoing. – Air Command “Center”

17:13

Ukraine’s direct one-time losses from the war with the Russian Federation have amounted to $565 billion. Also, the Ukrainian economy has lost more than $54 billion of capital investments over this period. – Igor Diadyura, Deputy Minister of Economy

18:25

410 bodies of civilians killed by Russian troops have been discovered in Kyiv region. – Irina Venediktova, Prosecutor General

19:01

In Irpin, the Russian occupiers shot women and girls and drove over their bodies with tanks. – Alexander Markushin, Mayor of Irpin

19:05

Since the start of the war, there have been three times more hacker attacks on Ukrainian sites (government institutions, the financial and defense sectors, telecom operators, local authorities, logistics companies, and the media) than in the same period last year.  – State Service for Special Communication and Information Protection of Ukraine

19:33

Russian occupiers have blocked 17 evacuation buses with civilians at the checkpoint from Berdyansk to Zaporizhzhia. – Irina Vereshchuk, Vice Prime Minister

19:55

Russian troops have shelled the Slobidskyi District in Kharkiv. At least 23 people have been injured, including children, some were killed. Information on the number of victims is being clarified. – Oleg Sinegubov, Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration

20:07

Russian troops have shelled Mykolaiv. 14 people have been taken to the hospital, 11 have been hospitalized, among them a 15-year-old child. – Press service of the Mykolaiv regional military administration

20:23

In Balakliya, Russian aggressors have shelled an evacuation column. One of the drivers was killed. – Oleg Sinegubov, Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration

20:44

Russian occupiers have fired cluster munitions at the villages of Zaporozhye, Vladimirovka, and Voznesenskoye in the Dnipropetrovsk region. Infrastructure and civilians have not been affected. – Prosecutor General’s Office

See the war

Prime Minister of Sweden Magdalena Andersson visited Kyiv for the first time. July 4.

Photo from the Office of the President of Ukraine

A woman cries near the destroyed Amstor shopping mall in Kremenchuk. 21 humans died and 93 were injured here after the Russian missile attack. June 28.

By Oleh Petrasiuk

A man on the destroyed Kharkiv street. July 1.

By Мstyslav Chernov

Alla organized a wedding with her beloved Oleksandr right at the frontline. Now the woman is preparing to join the ranks of the Armed Forces. June 2022.

By Kostiantyn Liberov

Alla organized a wedding with her beloved Oleksandr right at the frontline. Now the woman is preparing to join the ranks of the Armed Forces. June 2022.

By Kostiantyn Liberov

From now on, the flag of the European Union hangs in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. July 1, Kyiv.

Photo from Verkhovna Rada

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