Update 2022-04-25 (6): At least five people were killed in Russian missile attacks in the western Vinnytsya Oblast.
Update 2022-04-25 (5): In the earlier reported attacks on trains stations in the central Oblasts of Vinnytsia and Kyiv at least five people were killed and 18 other injured.
Update 2022-04-25 (4): Contrary to earlier reports, Ukrainian authorities have stated that no agreement on a humanitarian corridor for the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol could be reached for Monday (25 April).
Update 2022-04-25 (3): According to media reports, Russia has announced a ceasefire in Mariupol. Russian forces would cease hostilities at 2 pm (local time) on Monday (25 April). Civilians were to leave the steelworks via a humanitarian corridor.
Update 2022-04-25 (2): Russian forces allegedly fired missiles at a refinery and a fuel depot in the central Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk. According to Ukrainian authorities, there is considerable damage to buildings. The fires there have not yet been contained. Six military targets in the Kharkiv region were reportedly destroyed as well. Five railway stations were also reportedly hit in the west and centre of the country on Monday morning (25 April, local time). Rocket attacks were also reported in Lviv and Vinnytsia.
Update 2022-04-25 (1): According to their own statements, Ukrainian units have repelled several Russian attacks in the east. Russian troops shelled the villages of Velika Komyshuvakha, Wirnopillya and Nova Dmytriwka. However, Russian units were repulsed after advancing towards Izum and Barvinkov, as well as towards Izum and Kramatorsk. Russian attacks in the Donetsk area were limited to artillery fire. Storming attempts had only been made in the town of Popasna. The steelworks in Mariupol had been fired on with rockets.