Russians damage pumping station that supplies water to Mykolaiv.
Russian occupiers have damaged a pumping station in Kherson Oblast with a missile strike, hampering the process of restoring the water supply to the city of Mykolaiv.
During a missile strike, Russian terrorists damaged the Mykolaivvodokanal [monopoly municipal utility company of Mykolaiv] pumping station located in Kherson Oblast.
Therefore, local authorities are forced to supply technical water from the Buh estuary for an indefinite period of time.
Russians keep stealing Ukrainian grain.
The Russians keep robbing the Ukrainian farmers in temporarily occupied territories.
Thus, the occupiers have looted Starobilskyi Elevator Ltd., taking almost 900 tonnes of grain (the 2021 crop). Moreover, more than 600 tonnes of wheat and 275 tonnes of sunflower seeds have been stolen.
The occupiers have marked all these crops as belonging to no one and sent them to a so-called agricultural foundation of the "LPR" [self-proclaimed and non-recognized Luhansk People’s Republic - ed.]. That is, the Russians have just stolen the grain from the owners because they did not cooperate with them.
The National Resistance Center has pointed out that all such crimes are detected by the local underground resistance movement and reported to law enforcement agencies. None of those who have committed a crime will get away with it, as punishment is provided for by the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Kremlin says that troops' withdrawal from Zaporizhzhia NPP is impossible.
Dmitry Peskov, Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, has stated that the withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) is out of the question.
"There is no need to look for any signs [of Russian troops withdrawal from the Zaporizhzhia NPP - ed.] where there are none and cannot be" Dmitry Peskov said.