Russian troops are intensifying their offensive while besieging Severodonetsk, the last base on the Ukrainian side, with the aim of taking control of the entire region of Luhansk, one of the two eastern states of Ukraine.

In the future, there is concern that the offense and defense will become fierce and the damage will spread.

Russian troops have siege the central city of Severodonetsk and intensify their offensive in Luhansk Oblast, eastern Ukraine, claiming that pro-Russian leaders have seized 95% of the state.

Severodonetsk officials told the British public broadcaster BBC that 90% of the city's homes have been destroyed in the last few days, and about 13,000 people are still living underground and in shelters. ..

The Governor of Luhansk said, "This week will be decisive," indicating that the offense and defense with the Russian side is approaching an important phase, and the offense and defense will intensify and the damage will spread. Is concerned.

In addition, Governor Sinegbov of Kharkiv Oblast, located northwest of Luhansk Oblast, revealed on the 26th that seven people were killed and 17 people were injured, including a 9-year-old child, in Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city. I made it.

In the area claimed to be seized by Russia, domination is becoming an established fact, and on the 26th, the Russian government brought a truck equipped with a large monitor to the center of the state television in Mariupoli, a strategic point in the east. It is said that the news broadcasting has started, and it seems that the aim is to spread the propaganda on the Russian side.

Under these circumstances, Russian President Vladimir Putin held a telephone conversation with Italian Prime Minister Dragi on the 26th, and according to the Russian Presidential Office, "sea" so that private ships can leave at the ports of the Black Sea and Azov Sea facing southern Ukraine. The humanitarian corridor will be opened every day. "

He added that the issue of the global food crisis "is ready to contribute significantly to the response to the food crisis by exporting grain and fertilizer if the politically motivated restrictions of Western countries are lifted." He insisted that the strict sanctions by the West need to be lifted in order to resolve the issue.