Live: Missile hits military target in Lviv region hours after Ukraine wins Eurovision

Issued on: 15/05/2022 – 08:13

A missile strike early Sunday hit military infrastructure in Ukraine’s western Lviv region, according to the local governor. The strike came hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hailed hip-hop group Kalush Orchestra’s win in the Eurovision contest as the Russian onslaught in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region appeared to be losing momentum. Follow FRANCE 24’s live blog for all the latest developments. All times are Paris time (GMT + 2).

7:43 am: Russia’s Donbas offensive ‘has lost momentum’: UK military intelligence

Russia’s offensive in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region “has lost momentum and fallen significantly behind schedule”, British military intelligence said early on Sunday.

“Under the current conditions, Russia is unlikely to dramatically accelerate its rate of advance over the next 30 days,” the British military said in a regular Twitter bulletin.

“Despite small-scale initial advances, Russia has failed to achieve substantial territorial gains over the past month whilst sustaining consistently high levels of attrition,” the post added that, “Russia has now likely suffered losses of one third of the ground combat force. it committed in February. “


7:08 am: Missile hits military infrastructure in Lviv region: governor

A missile strike hit some military infrastructure in the western Ukrainian region of Lviv early on Sunday, the region’s Governor Maxim Kozitsky said in a post on his Telegram messaging app.

“There is no information about the dead or injured at this hour,” Kozitsky said. “The extent of the destruction is being clarified.”

1:35 am ‘Our music conquers Europe’: Zelensky hails Ukraine’s Eurovision win

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has congratulated the hip-hop group Kalush Orchestra for its victory in the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy late Saturday

“Our courage impresses the world, our music conquers Europe!” Zelensky wrote on Facebook early Sunday, praising the Kalush Orchestra after they beat out 24 other competitors.

The group’s entry “Stefania” – which was sung in Ukrainian – fused rap with traditional folk music and was a tribute to band frontman Oleh Psiuk’s mother.

“I thank the Kalush Orchestra for this victory and everyone who gave us your votes! I am sure that the sound of victory in the battle with the enemy is not far off,” he added.

Ukraine claimed victory with a commanding lead in viewer voting. Britain’s Sam Ryder finished second, while Chanel of Spain finished third.

It is the third time that Ukraine has won the annual competition.

(FRANCE 24 with AP, AFP and REUTERS)


Original Article reposted fromSource link

Disclaimer: The website autopost contents from credible news sources and we are not the original creators. If we Have added some content that belongs to you or your organization by mistake, We are sorry for that. We apologize for that and assure you that this won’t be repeated in future. If you are the rightful owner of the content used in our Website, please mail us with your Name, Organization Name, Contact Details, Copyright infringing URL and Copyright Proof (URL or Legal Document) aT spacksdigital @ gmail.com

I assure you that, I will remove the infringing content Within 48 Hours.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

RSS
Follow by Email