Ukraine: What territories have the Russians occupied?

The Russians have apparently encircled several areas of Ukraine

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The Russians have apparently encircled several areas of Ukraine

For the seventh day, the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues with the Russian troops besieging Kyiv, Kharkov and Mariupol while it seems that they managed to take control of Kherson.

The fighting last night was fierce as videos on social media show continuous bombing mainly in Kharkov.

Map with the areas occupied by the Russians

Meanwhile, a map of the Ukrainian territories allegedly occupied by Russian forces in Ukraine was published by CNN.

Detailed post:

"Almost a week after the invasion of Ukraine, Moscow forces have managed to make significant progress in the border areas in the north, east and south of the country, but are entering at a much slower pace than they expected on their way to the capital Kyiv. .

Russian forces on Tuesday attacked key cities from various directions, escalating the bombing of Kharkiv, the second largest city in the northeast. They also managed to enter a port city in the south and it is possible that they have surrounded several others.

Russia has also stepped up its attacks in Kyiv, firing rockets at the Holocaust memorial. A rocket also hit a private maternity hospital near the city, which had already been evacuated.

At the same time, a brutal 64-kilometer military convoy with military vehicles is reportedly heading to the capital, according to satellite images of Maxar Technologies.

See the map:

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