Russia-Ukraine War: List of key events, day 830 | Russia-Ukraine War News

As the war enters its 830th day. These are the main advances.

Here is the situation on Tuesday, June 4, 2024.


  • Three people, including a 12-year-old boy, were killed and three injured in Russian attacks in eastern Ukraine. The boy was one of two fatalities in the village of Mykhailivka. The other death was reported in Slobozhanske, southeast of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second-largest city, following a rocket attack.
  • Ukraine's General Staff said Russia launched at least 10 attack drones from the Belgorod border region on Monday.
  • kyiv warned of more power outages following large-scale Russian attacks on Ukraine's power plants and energy infrastructure. “After six massive attacks on the power grid, there is a significant power shortage,” Ukraine's Energy Ministry said on social media.
  • Russian air defense units intercepted 20 Ukrainian drones in the southern Russian Kursk region on the border with Ukraine, according to regional governor Alexei Smironov. There were no reports of injuries or damage.
  • Rafael Grossi, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said it was not safe to restart the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine as war raged around it. The plant, the largest in Europe, was occupied by Russia shortly after the war began.

Politics and diplomacy

  • The White House said Vice President Kamala Harris will represent the United States at the world peace summit hosted by Switzerland on the war in Ukraine on June 15 and promoted by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
  • China, which claims to be neutral in the Ukraine war but has deepened its relationship with Moscow, denied Zelenskyy's accusations that it was trying to pressure other nations not to attend the peace summit.
  • A group of about 20 Russian women, some with young children, knelt in front of the Defense Ministry in Moscow to demand that their husbands and children recruited in Ukraine be allowed to return, and that authorities impose limits on how long they can serve. soldiers before they could do so. The license will be granted. Russia dismissed the women as “foreign agents.”
  • Poland's Interior Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said 18 people had been arrested in the past six months on various accusations of carrying out hostile activities or planning sabotage on behalf of Russia and Belarus.
  • Russia's Foreign Ministry said it had added more “establishment figures”, journalists and experts from the UK to its list of people banned from entering Russia for their alleged “hostile” actions.


  • Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said Italy will send a second SAMP/T air defense system to Ukraine. The system, also known as MAMBA, is a Franco-Italian battery that can track dozens of targets and intercept 10 at a time. It is the only European-made system that can intercept ballistic missiles.
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