(Worthy News) – The European Union on May 4 unveiled a proposal to ban Russian oil imports by the end of the year as Russian forces intensified their assault in on a steel plant in the southeastern port city of Mariupol that Ukrainian forces continue to defend.
There was heavy fighting as Russian forces broke into the territory of the plant, Azov Regiment Commander Lieutenant Colonel Denis Prokopenko said on Telegram. The situation at the plant is extremely difficult, but the Ukrainian military continues to defend itself, he said in the post.
“I am proud of the soldiers who are making superhuman efforts to deter the enemy,” Prokopenko said. “I thank the world for the colossal support of the Mariupol garrison.” [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More…) ]
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