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After EU blessing, Ukraine vows to prevail as it battles Russian assaults

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy visited the southern front line city of Mykolaiv, his office said on Saturday (June 18), without specifying when the visit took place.

With a blessing for its EU ambitions and a pledge of unwavering support from Britain, Ukraine vowed on Saturday to prevail against Moscow as it battled Russian assaults near a key eastern city and multiple locations came under shell and missile attack.

European Union countries are expected at a summit next week to grant Ukraine EU candidate status following a recommendation from the bloc’s executive on Friday, putting Kyiv on course to realise an aspiration seen as out of reach before Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion, even if actual membership could take years. read more

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a surprise visit to Kyiv on Friday and offered training for Ukrainian forces. Back in Britain on Saturday, he stressed the need to avoid “Ukraine fatigue” after nearly four months of war.

“The Russians are grinding forward inch by inch and it is vital for us to show what we know to be true, which is that Ukraine can win and will win,” he told reporters. read more
“When Ukraine fatigue is setting in, it is very important to show that we are with them for the long haul and we are giving them the strategic resilience that they need.”

On the battlefields on Saturday, Sievierodonetsk, a prime target in Moscow’s offensive to seize full control of the eastern region of Luhansk, was again under heavy artillery and rocket fire as the Russian forces attacked areas outside the industrial city, the Ukrainian military said.

A Russian-backed representative said a big explosion rocked the Sievierodonetsk area on Saturday and a large orange-coloured cloud could be seen rising into the air.

Rodion Miroshnik, of the self-styled separatist administration of the Luhansk People’s Republic, posted a video on Telegram of what he said was the cloud, adding that he could not tell if the blast occurred in or near the city.

Luhansk Governor Serhiy Gaidai said Russian attacks on towns just south of Sievierodonetsk were repulsed by Ukrainian forces, although the situation in satellite villages was “difficult.”

“The Russians have thrown all their reserves in the direction of Sievierodonetsk and Bakhmut,” he said in an online post. “They are trying to establish full control over the regional centre and to cut the Lysychansk-Bakhmut highway. They’re having no success, they are dying en masse.”

Gaidai said the city of Lysychansk was under constant shelling but remained fully in Ukrainian hands, although a ‘quiet’ evacuation was underway, and humanitarian convoys were being brought in daily. He said a key highway out of the city was now impassable due to Russian shelling.

To the northwest, several Russian missiles hit a gasworks in Izium district, and Russian rockets rained on a suburb of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, hitting a municipal building and starting a fire in a block of flats, but causing no casualties, Ukrainian authorities said.

Ukrainian President Volodymir Zelenskiy, whose defiance has inspired Ukrainians and won him global respect, said on Saturday he had visited soldiers on the southern front line in the Mykolaiv region.

“Our brave men and women. Each one of them is working flat out,” he said on Telegram. “We will definitely hold out! We will definitely win!”

A video showed Zelenskiy in his trademark khaki t-shirt handing out medals and posing for selfies with the servicemen. He did not say when the trip took place. read more

Ukrainian authorities also reported overnight shelling of locations further west in Poltava and Dnipropetrovsk, and on Saturday they said three Russian missiles destroyed a fuel storage depot in the town of Novomoskovsk sending three people to hospital.

Reuters could not independently confirm the battlefield accounts.

One of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s stated goals when he ordered his troops into Ukraine was to halt the eastward expansion of the NATO military alliance and keep its southern neighbour outside of the West’s sphere of influence.

But the war, which has killed thousands of people, turned cities into rubble and sent millions fleeing, has had the opposite effect – convincing Finland and Sweden to seek to join NATO and helping to pave the way for Ukraine’s EU membership bid.

“Ukrainians are ready to die for the European perspective,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Friday, while announcing its decision to recommend Ukraine and its neighbour Moldova as candidates for EU membership.

“We want them to live with us the European dream,” she said, wearing a yellow blazer over a blue blouse, the Ukrainian colours.

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Putin PURGES top general over Ukraine disaster as Russia loses ‘50,000 men’

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VLADIMIR Putin has purged his top general over the huge death toll of troops in Ukraine – with Russian losses now estimated at 50,000 men.

Colonel-General Andrey Serdyukov, 60, was ditched for the “mass casualties” among the despot’s elite paratroopers, it’s claimed. 

Colonel-General Andrey Serdyukov has reportedly been axed for the 'mass casualties' suffered by Russian troops in Ukraine

Colonel-General Andrey Serdyukov has reportedly been axed for the ‘mass casualties’ suffered by Russian troops in UkraineCredit: East2West

Vladimir Putin is said to be micromanaging the war, according to several sources

Vladimir Putin is said to be micromanaging the war, according to several sourcesCredit: AP

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The graves of Putin’s elite airborne troopers in Ulyanovsk, RussiaCredit: East2West

It comes as a Russian source is said to have suggested the country’s overall losses in Ukraine are close to 50,000 – significantly higher than most other estimates. 

Unconfirmed Ukrainian reports – cited by Odessa military-civilian spokesman Serhiy Bratchuk – claim Putin axed Serdyukov and replaced him with Colonel-General Mikhail Teplinsky, 53.

Teplinsky is known as the “Butcher of Bucha“, it’s said.

Serdyukov was sanctioned by Britain over his involvement in the mass killing on civilians in the Kyiv town.

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If reports are accurate, sources say it indicates Serdyukov “is being held responsible for the poor performance of, and high casualties, among Russian [airborne] units, particularly in early operations around Kyiv”.

Putin has furiously dismissed and “purged” senior Russian officers – which could have “degrade” his attempts to win his bloody war, it’s said.

There has been no indication from Moscow that Serdyukov has been ousted. 

The 60-year-old veteran is a ‘Hero of Russia’ – the country’s highest honour – and is seen as one of the country’s best military minds. 

Izvestia said he led the operation to annex Crimea from Ukraine in spring 2014.

Russia has kept the number changes Putin has made among commanders during the war, which started on February 24, under wraps.

But several insiders claim the despot is personally micromanaging war decisions and wielding the axe on commanders he sees as underperforming. 

Telegram channel General SVR claims the overall Russian death toll is now 37,592.

Meanwhile, 9,457 fighters working for private military companies to support the Russian war effort have died, it’s reported.

And the Russian national guard – which reports directly to Putin – has suffered 1,788 losses, it’s said.

The channel said that these figures had been reported directly to Putin, but provided no evidence of this. 

It was not possible to verify this claim.

However, if it is correct, overall military losses have hit 48,837. 

Others estimate Putin has lost around 30,000 troops.

The dictator unleashed his “legendary” elite forces into Ukraine in March believing he’d seize the capital within 48 hours.

But Ukraine’s hero defenders crushed the invading forces – forcing a raging Putin to resort to the merciless bombing of civilians.

Taras Kuzio, an Associate Research Fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, says dozens of Russian paratroopers were killed in their doomed bid to take Hostomel airport.

“They (the paratroopers) are sent ahead of the main troops to secure a location so that the main forces can be brought up,” he told Sun Online.

“In this war, they were flown into Hostomel airport near Kyiv to do this but were all killed.

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“Two transport aircraft of paratroopers flying from Belarus to do the same tactic at another airport near Kyiv were shot out of the sky. 300 paratroopers were killed in the 2-transport aircraft.”

The swift takedown of Putin’s paratroopers bungled the initial part of Putin’s invasion, said Kuzio.

Serdyukov was allegedly replaced by the 'Butcher of Bucha' Colonel-General Mikhail Teplinsky

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Scholz: G7 will support Ukraine ‘for as long as necessary’

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says the Group of Seven leading democracies will make clear at their upcoming summit that Ukraine can expect to receive the support it needs “for as long as necessary.”

BERLIN — German Chancellor Olaf Scholz says the Group of Seven leading democracies will make clear at their upcoming summit that Ukraine can expect to receive the support it needs “for as long as necessary.”

In an interview with Germany’s dpa news agency published Saturday, Scholz said he wants to use next week’s meeting with fellow G-7 leaders in the Bavarian village of Elmau to discuss Ukraine’s long-term prospects.

“We will continue to support Ukraine for as long as necessary,” Scholz was quoted as saying. “We want to make sure that Russian President (Vladimir Putin’s) calculations do not work out.”

“Putin obviously hopes that everything will fall into place once he has conquered enough land and the international community will return to business as usual,” he added. “That is an illusion.”

Scholz said he and his counterparts from France, Italy and Romania had discussed further weapons supplies for Ukraine — specifically ammunition and artillery — with President Volodymyr Zelensky during their visit to Kyiv on Thursday.

The four leaders also backed Ukraine’s bid for membership of the European Union, a stance Scholz said he hoped all of the bloc’s countries would support at a gathering in Brussels next week.