04/09 – 09/09. How Ukraine is resisting Russian occupation. Photo digest №33

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On the night of the 4th of September, Russian military shelled Mykolaiv with S-300 missiles, civil infrastructure objects were damaged. In one month, almost 10,000 people left Donechchyna as part of a mandatory evacuation (as of 26.08.22). The European Commission and Ukraine sign a new budget support program for 500 million euro.

4-5th September in Ukraine

04.09 Vysokopillia, Tavria

Photo: Head of President Office Andrii Yermak on Twitter

05.09 Slobozhanshchyna
Ukrainian defenders on the eastern front.

Photo: Sergi Mykhalchuk

05.09 Zaporizhzhia, Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia
Women from a front-line town practice shooting with a machine gun.

Photo: Elena Tita

05.09 Lviv, Halychyna
A member of the student volunteer staff of the Lviv Polytechnic weaves a camouflage net.

Photo: Katya Moskalyuk

05.09 Dnipro, Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia
A girl with a cat in a center for internally displaced people.

Photo: Dmytro Shklyarov

05.09 Bakhmut, Donechchyna
Smoke rises above the city after Russian shelling.

Photo: Ammar Awad

04.09 Mykolaiv, Prychornomoria
A woman walks down the street past a ravine that was formed after Russian missile attack.

Photo: Dimitar Dilkoff

05.09 Bakhmut, Donechchyna
Volunteers of the Vostok SOS organization help to evacuate residents of the front-line regions.

Photo: Serhii Korovainyi

6-7 September in Ukraine

Ukrainian defenders liberated several settlements in the south of the country from the occupiers. Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, appealed to the UN Security Council with a proposal to create a nuclear safety and protection zone at the Zaporizhzhia NPP. On the night of the 7th of August, Russian army launched a missile attack on Kharkiv.

07.09 Mykolaiv, Prychornomoria

Photo: Pavlo Petrov

06.09 Kramatorsk, Donechchyna
People are queuing for humanitarian aid.

Photo: Ammar Awad

06.09 Kharkiv, Slobozhanshchyna
Kharkiv residential complex Saltivka after Russian shelling.

Photo: Viktoriia Yakymenko

06.09 Kyiv
Action commemorating Ukrainian prisoners of war who died in the camp in the temporarily occupied village of Olenivka.

Photo: Yurii Stefanyak

07.09 Lviv, Halychyna
An employee of the Boris Voznytskyi Charitable Foundation, who helps military personnel and displaced persons during the war.

Photo: Katya Moskalyuk

07.09 Slobozhanshchyna
Soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine shoot at enemy positions.

Photo: Herman Krieger

07.09 Bakhmut, Donechchyna
A Ukrainian defender on a tank near the front line.

Photo: Ammar Awad

September 8-9th in Ukraine

The Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated more than 30 settlements in the Kharkiv direction. The State Emergency Service eliminates fires on peatlands near the capital. Children who suffered serious injuries during Russian shelling are being rehabilitated in specialized departments of clinics, particularly in Okhmatdyt Children’s Hospital in Kyiv.


Photo: Julia Kochetova

09.09 Shevchenkove, Slobozhanshchyna
Soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the background of a stele near the entrance to the liberated village of Shevchenkove.

Photo: Oleg Novikov's Twitter account

Ukrainian artilleryman with a projectile.

Photo: Julia Kochetova

09.09 Bakhmut
Paramedics wait out the fire.

Photo: Karina Piliugina

08.09 New York, Donechchyna
A woman in her yard mutilated by Russian shelling.

Photo: Ammar Awad

09.09 Donechchyna
Abandoned broken down car.

Photo: Sasha Maslov

Firefighters with a rescued kitten.

Photo: Instagram page of Volodymyr Zelenskyi

08.09 Vyshhorod, Polissia
A man helps extinguish a peat fire north of Kyiv.

Photo: Brendan Hoffman

09.09 Dnipro, Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia
Women hang washed clothes in a shelter for internally displaced persons.

Photo: Dmytro Shklyarov

09.09 Kyiv
A 6-year-old girl who lost her leg due to a Russian air strike on Kherson is learning to walk with a prosthesis.

Photo: Ukraine.ua Instagram page

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