Ukraine is expected to regain Kherson, Russia adds 3 places to the ‘black list’

Kiev plans to retake control of the southern Kherson region by September, a Ukrainian official said in a recent interview that was shown on Ukrainian television.

Russian soldiers stand guard at the entrance to the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station on the Dnieper River in Kherson region, southern Ukraine. 
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The Guardian reports that Russian forces have been in control of Kherson, a region crucial to Ukraine’s agricultural, since the start of the special military operation. On March 3, Moscow forces also seized control of Kherson, the provincial capital. The conflict’s first major Ukrainian city to fall was this one.

However, the Ukrainian army has recently resisted and gained considerable gains in the Kherson region thanks to fresh waves of long-range artillery support from the West.

“We are witnessing open attacks by our armed forces. In transitioning from defensive measures to counterattacks, “Khlan tacked on.

Russia adds the names of 3 countries and territories to the “unfriendly” list

The Bahamas and the British islands of Guernsey and Man have been added to the list of nations and territories that Moscow has designated as “do not friendly” to the country of birch, according to a statement from the Press Office of the Russian Cabinet, which was obtained by Tass news agency on July 24.

According to Russian authorities, British sanctions against Russia, its citizens, and its businesses are supported by the Isle of Guernsey and the Isle of Man because of the fighting in Ukraine. All transactions involving the central bank, the ministry of finance, and a number of Russian credit institutions are prohibited in the Bahamas.

The United States, Canada, the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Montenegro, Switzerland, Albania, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, North Macedonia, as well as Japan, Korea, and Australia are included on the list of nations and territories that are hostile to Russia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a directive on March 5 enabling the payment of foreign currency debts to “unfriendly” nations and territories in rubles in an effort to “tit-for-tat” Western sanctions.

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