Russia's military invasion of Ukraine continues.

Russian and Ukrainian troops continue to fight in various parts of Ukraine, and many civilians are evacuating abroad.

We will keep you updated on the movements on the 29th (Japan time) regarding the situation in Ukraine, such as the situation of the battle and the diplomacy of the countries concerned.

(There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan and Ukraine and Moscow in Russia)

Russian ship in the port of Mariupol

A Russian ship entered the port of Mariupol, a key point in eastern Ukraine, for the first time since the Russian army declared control of Mariupol on the 28th.

Russia's state-owned Tass news agency said on the 28th that it plans to load about 2,700 tons of metal and head for Rostov Oblast, Russia, about 160 kilometers away, according to a port official.

In response, a Ukrainian parliamentary human rights official said in a social media post, "The looting of temporarily occupied lands continues. They are trying to carry metal, this time from Mariupol, following grain." I strongly blame it.

Ukraine kills at least 242 children

Regarding the number of children killed or injured in Russia's military invasion, Ukrainian prosecutors have announced that at least 242 people were killed and 440 were injured as of the 28th.

The highest number of children killed or injured is 153 in eastern Donetsk, followed by 116 in Kieu, where the capital is located, 108 in eastern Kharkiv, and 68 in northern Chernihiv.

In addition, there are 1888 educational facilities such as schools damaged by bombardment and bombardment, 180 of which have been completely destroyed.