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The main thing for Thursday, March 21: attacks on Nikolaev and Donbass, consequences of the night attack on Kyiv

Battles in the Liman and Novopavlovsk directions, 67 military clashes, enemy shelling, a visit by the Chairman of the NATO Military Committee Rob Bauer, a meeting of the European Council. How will the 757th day of a full-scale war be remembered?

“Loud explosion in the city. Ballistics. Nikolaev residents, please, no photos. We will provide information later,” the mayor wrote. “We are making a detour in the residential sector. In multi-storey buildings – no damage. We will inspect the private sector,” he added later Senkevich.

For his part, the head of the Nikolaev OV Vitaly Kim said that one woman is now known to be dead. The search continues. Four more people are wounded: three women, one man.

Later, the Southern Defense Forces reported that the occupiers fired a missile from temporarily occupied Crimea. An industrial plant was damaged as a result of a missile attack. A fire broke out at the site of the impact, which was quickly extinguished.

Six injured workers were reported, one woman died.

President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky speaking at online at the European Council meeting on March 21.

In his speech, the head of state emphasized that “Russia’s war is not only against Ukraine, but against all of us, against your countries and against our entire Europe and the European way of life” and that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin “must lose.”


Zelensky raised several topics in his speech. The first is about strengthening Ukrainian air defense. “We are not talking about hundreds of systems, but about an achievable number to protect the entire territory of Ukraine,” the President noted. The second is ammunition.

More details in the news.

Meanwhile, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that 67 military clashes took place during the day.


In total, the enemy launched 36 missile and 50 air strikes, carried out 96 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems on the positions of our troops and populated areas. Russian terrorist attacks have unfortunately resulted in civilian deaths and injuries. Multi-storey and private houses were destroyed and damaged.

In the Liman direction, our soldiers repelled 10 enemy attacks in the areas of the settlements of Belogorovka in the Luhansk region and Terny, Spornoe, Veseloye, Razdolevka in the Donetsk region, where the enemy , with the support of aviation, tried to break through the defenses of our troops.

In the Bakhmut direction, our soldiers repelled 14 enemy attacks in the areas of the settlements of Bogdanovka, Ivanovskoe, Kleshchievka, Andreevka, Donetsk region.

In the Novopavlovsk direction, the Defense Forces continue to contain the enemy in the areas of the settlements of Krasnogorovka, Novomikhailovka, Vodyanoye, Urozhainoye, where the enemy, with the support of aviation, tried 24 times to break through the defenses of our troops.

More details about the operational situation as of 18:00 on March 21 – in our news.

On Thursday, March 21, the Russians attacked Novogrodovka, Donetsk region. At least one person was killed and two people were wounded, said the head of the Donetsk OVA Vadim Filashkin.

The Russians shelled Novogrodovka today at about 15:30. So far, 1 man born in 1963 is known to have died. Two women were injured and were hospitalized.

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel General Alexander Syrsky, held a meeting with the NATO delegation led by the head of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer.

< Syrsky reported this on Facebook. “Had a meeting with the NATO delegation led by the Head of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer. Informed about the situation on the battlefield,” he wrote.

The interlocutors discussed the main needs of the Defense Forces and decided on key priorities – ammunition and air defense. As reported, today the Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, arrived in Kyiv for the first time since the beginning of the full-scale attack. Russia. He spoke at the 16th annual Kiev Security Forum and stated that the Alliance is doing everything to ensure that Ukraine joins it.

Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky also met with the head of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Robert Bauer. The parties discussed Ukraine's needs for air defense systems.

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, at a meeting on March 21, adopted a law on ensuring the rights of military personnel and police officers to social protection.

“For the second reading, the rules by which the authorities proposed to excessively limit the rights of military personnel to freedom of speech and publication of information on the Internet were removed ”, Frieze emphasized.

According to her, the law will provide the opportunity for military personnel to stay for treatment for up to 12 months. “Including abroad, without the need to personally undergo military training after 4 months,” she emphasized.

The law has established a clear framework for payments in the event of the death of a serviceman in the amount of UAH 15 million. MsoNormal”>In the Kyiv region, as a result of a Russian missile attack, 69 private houses, apartments in five high-rise buildings and the premises of two lyceums were damaged.

This was announced by the head of the Kyiv OVA Ruslan Kravchenko. “As of 18:00, these are 69 private houses. At most of the buildings, windows were partially broken, doors were cut, roofs and walls were damaged. There are also almost completely destroyed houses. In addition, a number of apartments in 5 high-rise buildings in the region were damaged. Due to the fall The debris also damaged the facades, windows, and fences of 2 lyceums in the region. Now classes in these educational institutions will be conducted online,” he wrote on Facebook.

In addition, 14 vehicles, 11 non-residential objects were damaged by debris – a medical laboratory, fences, garages , utility rooms.

During a missile attack on Kiev on the morning of March 21, the building of the Rozetka online store was damaged.

Vladislav Chechetkin, co-founder of Rozetka, reported this.

“Today's attack on Kiev did not go unnoticed by Rozetka. The photo shows our warehouse, or rather what is left of it. The building was damaged, our cars were damaged, which were turned upside down by the blast wave, goods were damaged ( Sorry, please, dear customers, today we may be delayed somewhere with deliveries. But the main thing is that there were 99 people on shift. They were not injured. Thanks to our security service, which developed protocols for attacks and forces everyone to follow the rules. People were in a bomb shelter and thanks to this, they remained unharmed,” he wrote on Facebook.

The most complete picture of today is on our website. We hope that there will be more good news tomorrow.

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