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Russia's defence ministry has claimed it used high-precision weapons to strike Ukrainian army fuel tanks and military hardware near the southern city of Mykolaiv.

In a video statement, Russian defence ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said that Russia's air forces had destroyed “up to 50 multiple launch rocket systems located in combat vehicle hangars, including foreign-made ones” and 49 Ukrainian military fuel tanks in the Mykolaiv region yesterday.

One civilian was killed and two were wounded after seven "Onyx" missiles hit Mykolaiv yesterday, according to the south district of the Ukrainian armed forces.

Explosions were also heard in Mykolaiv today, the city's mayor has reported.

Oleksandr Senkevych did not provide further details in his post on the messaging app Telegram and urged residents of the city to take shelter.

​​Follow the latest updates below.

03:54 PM

EU says countries preparing for possible further gas cuts

European Union countries have so far been able to compensate for reduced gas supply from Russia, but are increasing preparation in case of further supply cuts, the European Commission said today.

"According to our exchange with the national authorities, the gas security of supply in Germany – and in the EU – is currently guaranteed. Lower inflows of gas from Russia can so far be compensated," a Commission spokesman said.

The EU's energy chief and EU countries' ministers will discuss on Monday possible measures to reduce gas demand, and are increasing preparations for if the situation worsens, the spokesman added.

03:42 PM

Kremlin: BRICS support Russia-Ukraine talks

The BRICS group of emerging economies said that they supported talks between Russia and Ukraineafter a video conference summit today, according to the text of a declaration published on the Kremlin website.

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