Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for 597 days. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has detected over two thousand traitors since the beginning of the Russian invasion, said Vasyl Maluk, head of the SBU, in an interview for the American Wall Street Journal. These are the most important events in the last hours of the war in Ukraine.
> Two people, including an 11-year-old boy, died on Thursday as a result of Russian shelling of the eastern Donetsk region Ukraine; seven people were injured, the regional prosecutor’s office announced on Telegram.
> Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary Peter Szijjarto he visited for the fifth time since the invasion of Ukraine Russia. The meeting in Moscow will include, among others: with Deputy Prime Minister Aleksander Nowak, responsible for energy matters.
> The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has detected over two thousand traitors since the beginning of the Russian invasion, said Vasyl Maluk, head of the SBU, in an interview for the American Wall Street Journal.
> Ukraine is developing a comprehensive program for its own weapons production, including missiles, drones and military equipment, said the President of Ukraine. Volodymyr Zelensky in a recording posted on social networks.
> The Russians believe that the possible capture or encirclement of Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine may provide them with an opportunity to achieve a breakthrough victory and turn the tide of the war, said Oleksandr Shtupun, spokesman for the Ukrainian forces in the Taurid direction, i.e. in the Zaporizhia Oblast and the western part of the Donetsk Oblast .
> The French prosecutor’s office has launched an investigation into the suspected attempted poisoning of Russian journalist Marina Ovsiannikova, who was critical of war in Ukraine – reported the prosecutor’s office in Paris.
> The Russians wanted to cause a technical disaster at the occupied Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant and perform a “controlled release of radiation,” said the head of Ukrainian military intelligence (HUR), General Kyrylo Budanov, in an interview for the Ukrainska Pravda website.
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