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Russia Ukraine War Ukraine Extends Martial Law For Three Months Russia Intensifies Attacks In Donbass

Russia Ukraine War: Ukraine on Sunday extended martial law for three months until August 23, as the war with Russia continues. President Volodymyr Zelensky signed the first order of martial law on February 24, marking the beginning of the Russian offensive. Ukraine’s parliament on Sunday voted with an absolute majority for a third extension of martial law as Russia turns its attention to the eastern Donbass region.

Russia intensifies attacks in Donbass
Russia on Sunday intensified attacks in the Donbass in eastern Ukraine as the Polish president arrived on a visit to Ukraine. At the same time, President Volodymyr Zelensky said that the outcome of this war will decide whether his country’s future lies with the West or it will be under Moscow.

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Russia fired missiles at Donbass
Russia has claimed possession of this important port city after taking control of the steel center that became the center of the conflict in Maria Pol. After Maria Pol, Russian forces fired missiles at Ukraine’s industrially crucial region of the Donbass in an intensifying attack, aimed at expanding territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists.

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,The situation in the Donbass is very difficult,
Zelensky described the situation in the Donbass as “extremely difficult” in a video message released on Saturday night. However, Zelensky pointed to the fact that on the 87th day of the war, Ukrainian forces are still firmly fighting Russian troops. “We are fighting for the day that will be Victory Day,” the Ukrainian president said.

Western countries are standing with Ukraine in this war and in such a situation, President of Poland Andrzej Duda suddenly arrived in Ukraine and he will address the country’s parliament on Sunday. Duda’s office gave this information. Millions of Ukrainian refugees have moved to Poland since the start of the war in Ukraine. Poland is a big supporter of Ukraine’s desire to join the European Union.

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