Zelensky warns of a "tough week", Russian elites reportedly dissatisfied with Putin

A resident of the city of Vuhledar in Donetsk Oblast next to an apartment building destroyed by Russian shelling
9:09 am Russia's total losses to date, according to the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces
Labor — 29350 (+150)
Tanks — 1302 (+9)
Armored Fighting Vehicles - 3194 (+28)
Artillery Systems - 606 (+2)
Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS) - 201 (+0)
Anti-Air — 93 (+0)
Aircraft — 205 (+1)
Helicopters — 170 (+0)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) - 480 (+4)
Cruise missiles – 112 (+2)
Boats/Cutters — 13 (+0)
Motor vehicles — 2213 (+7)
Special Equipment - 43 (+0).
Over night
In his late-night address to the nation, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that the coming week would be a "tough" one and that Russians had started carnage in Donbass.
"The most difficult combat situations in Donbass are in Bakhmut, Popasna and Severodonetsk," said Zelenskyy.
“The enemy concentrates most of its activities in these directions. They have launched a slaughter and are trying to eliminate all living things. No one has ever destroyed the Donbass on the scale that Russian soldiers are doing today.”
"The coming week will be tough but we have no choice but to fight."
Satellite imaging company Maxar Technologies released photos of Ukrainian grain being loaded onto Russian ships in the occupied port of Sevastopol.
The heaviest fighting in Donbass is taking place around the cities of Lysyhansk and Severodonetsk, reports the Ukrainian General Staff. Russian forces attempt to encircle both and then capture the rest of the Luhansk Oblast up to the administrative border. During the previous day in Donbass Ukrainian troops repelled 16 enemy attacks, destroyed 8 tanks, 22 armored vehicles and 1 motor vehicle.
The General Staff also warned that the Russians are trying to fortify their positions in Kharkiv Oblast and are preparing for a new attack.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy
Sixth and current President of Ukraine

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