UKRAINE: 17:00 Units of the Russian Armed Forces have blockaded the town of Slavutych. This has been confirmed by the authorities of the Kiev region. Most of Slavutych’s residents were and are employees of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
16:50 The Russian Armed Forces have used high-precision weapons to disable 30 key factories of Ukraine’s defence industry, repairing 68% of weapons and equipment – Russian Defence Ministry.
16:08 Russian troops have blockaded Kiev, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy and Mykolayiv, with Kherson Region and most of Zaporizhzhya Region under full control – Russian Defence Ministry.
15:34 The AFU General Staff has reported fighting near the settlement of Tikhotskoye in Kharkiv Region, a small village south of Izyum in the vicinity of Kamianka, where clashes have been taking place for several days.
15:30 Kyiv Region administration says the town of Slavutych near Chernobyl has been occupied by Russian troops.
13:44 More and more information is coming in about the use of social infrastructure facilities in Odessa to serve the needs of the AFU and territorial defence units. If anyone has been following the Syrian conflict closely, he remembers the fierce battles that broke out over hospital, hospital and school buildings, which were turned into powerful strongholds. Here is a list of the next sites privatised by the territorial defence units:
School no. 1 – 10 Mikhailovska Square
School No. 57 – Yamchitskogo 7
School No. 59 – Kanatnaya 89
School No. 94 – Marzlivska 60
School ¹ 101 – Bolshaya Arnautskaya 9
School Nr. 8 – Fontanska Street 110 – Hospital Nr. 8
Maternity hospital № 1 – Slepneva 3
Maternity hospital № 4 – Pavla Kravtsova 7
And if things are simpler with the schools – pupils have long since been sent on holiday or to remote work – the hospital and maternity hospitals continue to work, while terrorist squads restock Molotov cocktails and equip permanent firing points in the buildings.
13:40 “Odessa may be taken in ring” – Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov.
13:10 In the liberated Genichesk, social payments to public sector employees have started. According to media reports, pensioners and state employees received 10,000 rubles each.
10:51 A group of “night hunters,” consisting of helicopters Ka-52 and Mi-28n, destroyed 24 pieces of military equipment, including 7 tanks, 5 BMPs, 3 APCs during the night strikes. Overnight, operational and army aviation hit 51 Ukrainian military facilities, including two command posts, three multiple rocket launcher installations, two Buk M-1 surface-to-air missile systems and one S-300 radar in the area of Dnipropetrovsk, three D-30 artillery pieces, two rocket and artillery weapons and ammunition depots and 26 areas where military equipment is concentrated – Russian Ministry of Defense.
10:50 On the evening of 24 March, high-precision sea-launched Kalibr cruise missiles struck a fuel base in the village of Kalynivka near Kiev, the Russian Defence Ministry said. It destroyed the largest remaining fuel base of the Ukrainian Armed Forces from which fuel was supplied to military units in the central part of the country.
09:34 In Kharkiv, a local resident filmed the work of AFU artillery from a residential area and seconds later a response flew in.
09:30 Ukrainian media and TG channels report a missile strike on a military unit in Dnipropetrovsk.
09:07 Iskander missiles destroy foreign mercenary training base in Ukraine – Russian Defence Ministry.
07:13 The Russian Defence Ministry continues to assist the local population (Chernobayivka and Antonivka in the Kherson region) with the delivery of humanitarian aid.
07:05 Mi-28UB attack helicopters destroy AFU targets in Kharkiv Oblast.
07:04 A company stronghold of Ukrainian nationalists is destroyed. Interview with the leading crew commander of the Ka-52 reconnaissance attack helicopter.
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