Russian occupation of Luhansk after major conflict, ordering Ukrainian citizens to leave their homes
The war between Russia and Ukraine is now on 55 days. Russia has stepped up its attacks on Ukraine. Russia has had great success in Luhansk in the Donbas province. Russia has taken control of much of the city of Luhansk.
The war between Russia and Ukraine began on February 24. The battle seems to be intensifying rather than ending. The picture is that Russia had to withdraw from some areas near Kyiv. However, Russia is launching heavy attacks on eastern Ukraine. The war between Russia and Ukraine began in Donbas. Russia wants to take over Donetsk and Luhansk, the cities in Donbas. Russia has taken control of large parts of Luhansk.
According to Al Jazeera, the governor of Luhansk reported that Russian troops had taken control of 80 percent of the city. Vladimir Putin wants to extend Russia's border to Donbas. Russia intends to hand over power in Donbas to pro-Russian rebels. Even before the war began, the area was occupied by Russian supporters. However, before the war started on February 24, Ukraine occupied 60 percent of the city of Donbas. Russia had started the war on the issue of Ukraine's participation in NATO.
Russia has stepped up attacks in the city of Luhansk, Governor Serhiy Heide said. Russia has launched new attacks in eastern and southern Ukraine. Heidi said that after the Russian army took control of the city of Kremina, they were moving forward to gain control of the town of Rubijon and Popsna. Haide has appealed to the citizens to leave the city immediately. According to the United Nations, 5 million people have fled Ukraine.
Russia tests new SAMRAT intercontinental ballistic missile. On the other hand, Ukrainian troops are being trained on how to use US-supplied weapons. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signaled an increase in martial law in the country. A bill on martial law has been introduced in the Ukrainian parliament. Martial law will be extended till June 24 in the country.