13 Sep 2022

Ukraine has seized back 6,000 sq km from Russian occupied forces, says Zelenskyy

Foreign Affairs Correspondent

In Ukraine, the country’s president says 6,000 square kilometres of territory have now been seized back from Russian occupied forces.

Volodymr Zelenskyy has renewed calls for international allies to send fresh weaponry.

But amid fears at how Moscow will now respond, the Kremlin has issued a veiled threat to critics of Vladimir Putin’s invasion – saying the line between legally criticising the military campaign and falling foul of censorship laws “is very, very thin”.