Ukraine says that Russian forces are advancing on the city of Kharkiv.
Ukraine says that Russian forces have taken control of most of Sievierodonetsk after launching a full-scale assault on the city. Luhansk governor Serhiy Haidai says that 60% of structures in the city have been destroyed in the fighting.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that Ukraine is open to continue peace talks with Russia if they guarantee the restoration of preinvasion borders, return the Ukrainians who were forcefully evacuated to Russia, and if Russian troops withdraw from the country.
The Russian Defence Ministry updates its official casualty figures in Ukraine, stating that 1,351 troops have been killed in action and 3,825 others have been injured since the "special military operation" began on February 24.
The Russian Defence Ministry says Russian Ground Forces have captured the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Zaporizhzhia Oblast, and that the plant's operations have continued normally under the guard of soldiers. However, Ukraine denies that the power plant has been seized by Russian forces.
Russian Ground Forces begin targeting gas and oil pipelines outside Kharkiv and Kyiv in an attempt to incapacitate their defenses, with multiple explosions being reported at an oil depot near Vasylkiv, Kyiv Oblast.
Ukraine confirms that Russian Ground Forces have entered Luhansk, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson, Chernihiv, and Zhytomyr Oblasts and have also crossed the border from occupied Crimea. Russian troops also attack the port cities of Odessa and Mariupol in amphibious landings.
The Biden administration says that Russia now has enough troops and military equipment in place in order to launch an invasion of Ukraine and warns Americans to leave the country within the next 48 hours.