Serhiy Haidai, the governor of what’s left of the Ukrainian-controlled Luhansk area, informed The Telegraph support convoys had been being shelled by Russians and three individuals had been killed when a bomb hit a faculty.
“We have all the humanitarian aid we need, if only we can deliver it,” he stated.
Meanwhile, a hardcore group of troopers contained in the Mariupol steelworks had been refusing to give up to Russian forces regardless of an order from their authorities to surrender preventing.
More than 1,700 of the town’s final defenders had surrendered to the Russians, British sources stated. The Russian defence ministry claimed the final troops holed up within the Azovstal works had surrendered.
Russia stated it will construct new navy bases and deploy a dozen new navy models to its western flank to counter Nato enlargement into Sweden and Finland.
The Nordic enlargement of Nato is being held up by Turkey, however the Telegraph can reveal that Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, will communicate to officers in London and Helsinki, and the top of Nato, on Saturday in a diplomatic effort to win concessions earlier than it considers dropping its veto.
Mr Erdogan is demanding that Sweden and Finland finish their assist for Kurdish teams, which Turkey views as terrorists.