Russian troops continue to attack in various parts of the country, aiming for full control of Mariupol, a key point in the east, as well as control of the entire two eastern states.

On the other hand, the Ukrainian side is analyzed to be pushing back Russian troops in some parts, and emphasizes the stance of a thorough fight, such as mentioning the liberation of Crimea, which was unilaterally annexed by Foreign Minister Kreva.

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on the 19th that a total of 1730 people have surrendered from the Ukrainian base Azovstal Iron and Steel Works in Mariupol, a key point in eastern Ukraine, since 16th this month.

Russian troops were analyzed to be aiming for full control of Mariupol and the entire eastern two states, and the Russian Defense Ministry claimed to have destroyed arsenals and anti-aircraft missile systems in areas such as eastern Donetsk.

On the 19th, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused the Russian army of "genocide", saying that the two eastern states were "completely destroyed" and that the attack was intensifying.

Regarding the war situation, a senior U.S. Department of Defense official said that Mariupol's attacks were not seen as they once were, and that the Russian side saw the Ukrainian side's resistance as over.

Meanwhile, the official said that Russian troops continued to bomb around the second city, Kharkiv, while Ukrainian troops were pushing back.

The British Department of Defense also pointed out that military executives have been dismissed, along with the recent view that the Russian army is losing momentum, and the commander and flagship "Moscow" who commanded the tank unit in eastern Kharkiv sank. The commanders of the Black Sea Fleet are allegedly held accountable.

"It will be difficult for Russia to regain control in this situation," said officials in the field, saying that they are leaving the decision to higher management to avoid liability.

"The enemy will feel a strong counterattack from the end of June to the beginning of July," said Ukrainian Interior Minister's adviser to the Russian attack.

In addition, Foreign Minister Kleba acknowledged in an interview that in addition to the two eastern states, Crimea, which Russia unilaterally annexed eight years ago, needs to be released, and took a stance of a thorough fight. I'm emphasizing.