Date—June 26, 2022

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1. Russian missiles struck a residential building and the compound of a kindergarten in central Kyiv on Sunday, killing one person and wounding five more, officials said, as Moscow stepped up its air strikes on Ukraine for a second day. (Source: Reuters).


1. The Russian army is transferring significant forces in the direction of Slovyansk and is preparing to attack and encircle the city according to the scenario of Mariupol and Severodonetsk. We observe the accumulation of workforce, heavily armored vehicles, and artillery in the Slavic direction. The enemy is using its tactics and trying to move closer to our line of defense to use mortar to shell the city and the missiles and aircraft they systematically use in the Donetsk region. The Russians are not changing their tactics, we have seen what happened in our native Mariupol and Severodonetsk, so we are preparing for any scenario with Slovyansk, – said the head of the Donetsk Regional State Administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko. Recently, the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhiy Haidai, reported that Ukrainian defenders had attacked a command post with Chechens in Rubizhne. (Source:

2. GUR: RAF again increases its military presence in the Republic of Belarus, in particular – military aviation: “The leadership of institutions and organizations of the Gomel region are warned about the possibility of the return of units of the Russian Armed Forces. patrolling the airspace as part of a joint training and combat training center for aviation units and air defense units. For this purpose, a flight of 10 aircraft to Baranovichi airport is planned. ” Mobilization exercises have also been underway in the Gomel region of Belarus since June 22. Instead, the previously announced in the Belarusian media classes on combat training with reservists are not held. The reservists themselves are currently being used for economic work. (Source: Telegram).


1. “It’s difficult to see this morning’s missile attack against residential areas of Kyiv as anything but a deliberate escalation and a signal to the G7 meeting in Elmau today,” said Carl Bildt, co-chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations, in response to the events in Ukraine. (Source: Twitter).

Economy, Social life, and Culture

1. One of the Russian missiles hit a kindergarten in Kyiv’s Shevchenkivskyi district on the morning of June 26. There were no people there on Sunday morning, no one was injured. The site and several garages were destroyed. There is now a large funnel on the site of the playground. In the Shevchenkivskyi district of Kyiv, one apartment building was destroyed due to a morning rocket strike, and there are dead and injured. There is also minor damage to neighboring buildings. In the morning the enemy fired up to 6 missiles at Kyiv. One rocket was shot down over the Kyiv region. (Source: UP).

2. “The strategic bombers Tu-95 and Tu-160, which struck the Kyiv region today, are the bombers used from the Caspian Sea region, which take off from Astrakhan. They have the main missiles that they launch from there, it’s X101 It can fly a distance of up to 5.5 thousand km, that is, they (bombers) do not have to fly to us, they just need to take off, go on a combat course and launch missiles, such missiles were released from 4 to 6 today. In fact, our air defense worked, some of the missiles were shot down. There is already a photo of confirmation of one, others are looking for debris. ” What preceded: on the morning of June 26, the occupiers struck at the capital of Ukraine. As a result of a missile strike on Kyiv, at least one person was killed and five were injured. 25 people were evacuated from the 9th floor. (Source: UP).

Military Help

1. The United Kingdom is ready to provide $ 525 million as collateral for a World Bank loan to Ukraine later this year. This loan will cover the cost of public sector salaries and the maintenance of schools and hospitals. “The UK covers the cost of the loan only if the Ukrainian government is unable to pay. Thus, they are both an investment in Ukraine’s strategic sustainability and an expression of confidence in the country’s future,” the statement said. Earlier, the Ministries of Finance of Ukraine and Germany signed an agreement to provide Ukraine with 1 billion euros in grant funding. (Source: UP).

Invasion Damage

1. Two explosions were heard in the Cherkasy region after 11 am, and the sound of the explosion was heard twice over Kyiv. Chairman of the Cherkasy OVA Igor Taburets: “We have two explosions in the Cherkasy region. We are finding out the details.” He urged residents to stay in the shelters and not to share photos and videos from the scene. “Our security depends on it!” He stressed. In addition, at about 11:30 a sound of an explosion was heard twice in Kyiv. It is possible that the air defense worked. Details unknown. This is the second time in a day that residents of the capital hear explosions. (Source: UP).

2. The occupiers are kidnapping Energodar residents for money – demanding 50,000 hryvnias for their release, said the mayor Dmytro Orlov. The Russians now hold hundreds of Energodar residents captive: “Many are skilled workers at the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. People are being electrocuted, beaten, and held for weeks and sometimes months.” City Hall receives 2-3 reports of new abductions every day. (Source: SPRAVDI).

3. The enemy struck the Dnipropetrovsk region, and there are wounded. “The enemy kept the Zelenodolsk community in sight for several hours. He struck three times with “Gradov” and artillery on people and housing. In Zelenodolsk, two wounded – a man and a woman. They were provided with medical care, “said Valentyn Reznichenko, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration. According to him, the city is destroying high-rise buildings. Damaged house of culture and post office. (Source: SPRAVDI).

Foreign news

1. After months of balancing on the brink of default, Russia has finally found itself just hours after a dramatic financial battle between the United States and other countries against the Kremlin over its invasion of Ukraine. The grace period, which concerned bond payments of about $ 100 million and did not occur as a result of the blockade by large-scale sanctions, ends on Sunday evening. (Source: ZN).

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