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Russia-Ukraine War: List of Major Events, Day 156 | Russia-Ukraine War News

As the Russian-Ukraine War enters the 156th day, we will look at the major developments.

The main events so far on Friday, July 29 are:

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  • Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine say at least 40 Ukrainian prisoners of war captured during the Battle of Mariupol were killed and 130 injured.
  • According to the British Ministry of Defense, Russian private military company Wagner is likely to be assigned responsibility to a particular sector at the forefront of eastern Ukraine.
  • Missile injured 15 people Hit a military facility In the Vyshhorod district on the edge of the Ukrainian capital on Thursday, Kyiv Governor Oleksiy Kuleva said in a telegram.
  • Kyiv’s governor, Vyacheslav Chausov, told Ukrainian television that more than 10 Russian missiles had attacked the city of Chernihiv, about 120 km (75 miles) northeast of the capital.
  • Kieu said Russia started Relocate the army In the southern part of Ukraine in Kherson, Melitopol and Zaporizhia, as Ukraine seemed to have launched a long-awaited counterattack to recapture them.


  • Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said he would respond to the US request to call Secretary of State Blinken when he had time, according to Interfax.
  • Moscow said it has no deal with Washington yet swapping US basketball star Brittney Griner and a former Marine have been detained for a Russian imprisoned by a prosecutor as one of the world’s most prolific arms dealers.
  • Moscow court Ordered Journalist Marina Ovsyannikova accused Russia of intervening in Ukraine during a live television broadcast and fined it for damaging the credibility of Russian troops.
  • Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the numbers US quoted about Russia’s casualties during Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine were “fake.” “After all, these are newspaper publications, not data from the US government.”


  • United Nations Aid Officer Martin Griffiths said he has hope First shipment of grain Although it could take place as early as Friday from the port of the Black Sea in Ukraine, “important” details for the safe passage of vessels were still under consideration.
  • According to operator data, Russian gas flows to Europe via the Nord Stream pipeline and Ukraine. Russia reduced pipeline flow to 20% of its capacity on July 27 due to maintenance work.
  • According to the mayor’s office, the city of Hanover, Germany, has banned hot water in public buildings and introduced measures to reduce heating during a gas crisis.
  • Russia’s Sakhalin Energy Investment has asked liquefied natural gas customers to make payments through the Moscow unit of the European Bank and is negotiating to switch payment currencies from US dollars. The source said.

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