Deputy head of the Russian presidential administration Sergei Prikhodko told journalists today that President Vladimir Putin was ready to make an official visit to Poland around January 16-7th. He said that the visit would be timed to coincide with the January 17th anniversary of the liberation of Warsaw from the Nazis. According to Prikhodko, the presidents of the two countries were currently involved in one-to-one talks without aides or translators. He added that the two leaders had taken the decision to do this at the conclusion of talks in the Kremlin.
Volodymyr Saldo, Acting Governor of the Kherson region, said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine were suffering heavy losses while trying to cut across the Dnieper Rvier