On March 26, the Ukrainian military destroyed 18 air targets: one plane, twelve drones and five missiles – Ukrainian Air Force Command.
The Russian army is pulling back some regiments to the Chornobyl region and further to Belarus for restoration of combat capability and reinforcement of the blockade of Kyiv. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
139 children were killed and more than 205 were injured as a result of Russian armed aggression in Ukraine. – General Prosecutor’s Office
Nearly 40,000 Ukrainians have been forcibly deported to Russia since the start of the war. – Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk
As a result of the shelling by the Russian military in Stanislav, Kherson region, two people were killed, infrastructure and civilian homes were damaged. – Kherson Region Prosecutor’s Office
50% of Mariupol residents have been evacuated from the city. 20-30 thousand have been forcibly deported to Russia by the Russian army. – Head of Mariupol City Council
Three people were killed and two were injured during the Russian assault of Slavutych city (north of Kyiv). – Mayor of Slavutych
Russian occupants replaced the mayor of Enerhodar (near the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant) with a puppet leader – pro-Russian Ukrainian politician Andriy Shevchyk. – Head of Enerhodar City Council
On the Russian-occupied part of Irpin (Kyiv region), 50 civilians were able to establish contact with Ukrainian authoriries. Transport is being prepared for their evacuation. Irpin is still the site of heavy battles. – Mayor of Irpin
Russia has once again used cassette munitions (banned by international conventions for their horrific danger of civilian casualties) when shelling a town in Kryviy Rih region. There are no military targets in the area. Info on civilian casualties is being updated. – General Prosecutor’s Office
Russia struck Lutsk, Kharkiv, Zhytomyr and Rivne with missiles – Adviser to the Head of the Office of the President Mykhailo Podoliak.