It's simply past 12 PM in Kyiv. This is the very thing that you might've missed on Thursday

Wagner manager Yevgeny Prigozhin's whereabouts stay murky — he isn't in Belarus as recently suspected, however in St. Petersburg, as per Belarusian pioneer Alexander Lukashenko.

What's more, in western Ukraine, six individuals have now kicked the bucket because of a Russian assault early Thursday, as per authorities. Get up to speed with the most recent advancements here:

Where could Prigozhin be? Lukashenko was reserved in a solution to during a public interview in Minsk, saying Prigozhin "is in St Petersburg. Or on the other hand perhaps today he would venture out to Moscow or somewhere else."

"However, he isn't an on the area of Belarus now," Lukashenko said.

When asked by assuming the Kremlin knows about Prigozhin's whereabouts, representative Dmitry Peskov said he was "not remarking on that at the present time."

Prigozhin has not been found openly since June 24.

Lviv assault: The loss of life from a Russian rocket assault in the western city rose to six on Thursday, as per a Ukrainian authority.

In excess of 30 houses, north of 250 lofts, no less than 10 dorms, two college structures, a shelter, a school and a power substation were harmed.

The assault disregarded the World Legacy Show by hitting a notable structure in a safeguarded region, as per the Unified Countries Instructive, Logical and Social Association (UNESCO).

Looking forward to NATO in Vilnius: Ukraine expects "an unmistakable sign" concerning a challenge to join the NATO coalition during the highest point in the Lithuanian capital one week from now, Zelensky said Thursday. The Ukrainian president met with heads of NATO individuals Czech Republic and Bulgaria on Thursday.

In the mean time, the coalition's main says confirmation is "reachable" for Sweden, which was headed to join NATO by Russia's conflict in Ukraine, yet has been slowed down in the process by protests from Turkey.

Bunch weapons: The US is supposed to report another tactical guide bundle for Ukraine on Friday that will incorporate group weapons interestingly, safeguard authorities told CNN. Changing war zone conditions inside Ukraine throughout recent weeks incited US authorities to give the bunch weapons recharged and serious thought, authorities told 

On the forefronts: Ukraine's hostile "isn't quick" however is "pushing ahead," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed Thursday during a question and answer session in Prague.

The president of the Ukrainian Military, Gen. Valerii Zaluzhnyi, let us know Administrator of the Joint Heads of Staff Gen. Mark Milley that his country's counteroffensive is going "as indicated by the arrangement."

Furthermore, Ukrainian powers on the southeastern front proceed to progress and reclaim an area, as indicated by the commandant of the Tavria Joint Powers Activity.

200,000 kids missing: Around 200,000 Ukrainian youngsters are absent because of Russia's full-scale attack, as indicated by President Volodymyr Zelensky. "Some of them are extradited, some are in the involved domains, and we don't have the foggiest idea who is alive," he said.

Moscow has been blamed for effectively and unlawfully moving Ukrainian youngsters from involved domains to Russia. In Spring, the Global Crook Court gave capture warrants against Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Official for Youngsters' Freedoms Maria Lvova Belova for their obligation in the supposed constrained removals.

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Zelensky says Ukraine's hostile isn't moving quick — yet it is pushing ahead
From 's Svitlana Vlasova and Josh Pennington

Ukraine's hostile isn't moving rapidly, yet "we are pushing ahead," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Thursday.

Zelensky, talking at a news meeting in Prague with the Leader of the Czech Republic Petr Pavel, made statements are heading down the correct path.

"We are propelling, we have the drive now. The hostile isn't quick, that's true, yet by the by, we are pushing ahead and not going in reverse, and that is the reason I consider it to be something positive," he said.
Partners should do "all that we can" to assist Ukraine with prevailing in its counteroffensive, Pavel said.

Pavel said it isn't reasonable to expect that Ukraine would have the option to send off one more counteroffensive in a little while or months, "so we should give our very best for Ukraine to find true success in this counteroffensive," Pavel said.

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