Timeline of war
May 12

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian aggressors have destroyed 27 tank farms in Ukraine. The cost of damage is $227 million. – KSE Institute


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian occupiers have kidnapped 271 Ukrainian civilians in the Zaporizhzhia region. – Oleksandr Starukh, Head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration


The Japanese government has frozen the assets of the two biggest Russian banks – the state bank Sberbank and the private bank Alfa-Bank. The new sanctions list also includes the ban on new investments in Russia for Japanese individuals and legal entities, as well as, the ban on the issuance of credits to Russian legal entities. – Japanese news agency Kyodo News


Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February to 12 May (approximation): 26650 troops; 1195 tanks; 2873 armored vehicles; 534 artillery systems; 191 MLRS; 87 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 199 aircraft; 161 helicopters; 2019 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 13 military boats; 398 tactical UAVs; 41 special military equipment; 94 cruise missiles. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian aggressors have forcibly deported almost 2 million Ukrainian children from the temporarily occupied territories of the Luhansk and the Donetsk regions to the Russian Federation. – Liudmyla Denisova, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights


A high-pressure gas pipeline has been damaged in the Kharkiv region due to an air strike by Russian troops. 17,5 thousand households in 9 settlements have been left without gas. – Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office


The Armenian embassy in Ukraine will reopen in Kyiv on May 23. – Official Facebook page of the embassy


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, more than 6 million Ukrainians have left Ukraine. – The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)


In the last 24 hours, Russian aggressors have shelled the Kharkiv, the Chernihiv, the Dnipropetrovsk, the Luhansk, the Kherson, the Mykolaiv, the Poltava, the Donetsk, the Sumy, the Kryvyi Rih, and the Zaporizhzhia regions. 13 people have been killed. 41 citizens have been injured. – Information from Regional Military Administrations

See the war

A 7-years-old girl was injured after the Russian missile hit on a residential building in Kyiv. June 26, 2022.

By the State Emergency Service of Ukraine

A man made a children’s toy house from boxes of ammunition. He lives in the village of Novoselivka near Chernihiv, where about 700 people lived before the full-scale invasion, but the shelling destroyed almost all the buildings. June 2022.

By Getty

Maksym Burlaka celebrates International Yoga Day in Kharkiv. The man says he wanted to show the realities of Ukrainian life during the war, especially in the eastern regions. June 21, 2022.

By Stanislav Ostrous

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared the destroyed Irpin Bridge a memorial. American artist and volunteer Roberto Robbins opened there the art performance “Bucha Massacre”. 60 crosses as a part of an exhibition symbolize 60 exhumed bodies that a team of volunteers found in Bucha. June 2022.

By Mykhailo Palinchak

Ivanna Dymyd sings the last lullaby to her son. 27-years-old traveler Artem learned about the full-scale Russian invasion during his trip at the USA. He bought military equipment and came back home to fight for his country. June 21, 2022.

By Mariia Varanytska

Pyrotechnics clear Ukrainian fields from explosives. June 21, 2022.

Photo from the State Emergency Service of Ukraine

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