Russian Soldiers Reportedly Retreating as Ukraine Launches its Counteroffensive to take back Kherson
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant will also be visited by the U.N.'s watchdog group, the International Atomic Energy Agency...
Ukraine has begun its counteroffensive in the Southern part of the country and officials are saying the progress of the move is already visible. According to a Ukrainian military command spokesperson, Russian soldiers are already retreating from areas faced with the counter-offensive.
The goal of the shift in military style is to retake the territory of Kherson. Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the Ukrainian President, voiced his confidence in the Ukrainian forces and their push to get the Russian forces back to the pre-2014 borders.
Also, the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, which has been making headlines as of late due to the revolving accusations of shelling around the plant, will be visited today by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The visit comes as the United Nations call to have the zone surrounding the plant be demilitarized.