According to British intelligence, the Russian missiles that struck again yesterday on different regions of Ukraine, still bringing blood and pain, “missed their military targets.” The death toll was 25 dead.
Terrifying attack that hit downtown humans Two missiles hit a nine-storey residential building at night, killing 23 people, including 4 children. A woman and her 3-year-old daughter were killed in Dnipro. For the first time in two months, the capital, Kyiv, was also targeted.
Moscow: “Under control of the Sevastopol fire caused by a drone”
The governor of the annexed region, which was annexed by Russia, was quoted by Tass news agency as saying that the fire, attributed to a Ukrainian drone, at a fuel depot in Sevastopol, Crimea, is now under control. The governor added that the fire damaged four tanks.
Lavrov: The West’s attempt to isolate us has failed
Western attempts to isolate Russia failed. This was stated by the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov In a speech to the participants of the online global conference on multipolarity. “It seems natural that the efforts of Washington and its minions to reverse the course of history, to force the international community to live according to the invented ‘rules-based system’, have failed. 85% of the world’s population is not ready for this,” he said, pulling chestnuts from the fire “in capitals former colonialism.
Zelensky: “The counterattack provides for the liberation of Crimea”
In an interview with Finnish public radio, he said that the counter-attack that the Ukrainian army is planning to liberate the territories occupied by Russia also includes the liberation of Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014. Yell president of ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky. One of the goals of this counterattack, which the defense minister of Kiev said yesterday that the Ukrainian army is almost ready, is precisely to regain control of the Black Sea peninsula; But, he added, the support of Western allies is increasingly required for success. According to Zelensky, the Russian forces are losing motivation every day and at the same time fearing the consequences of their withdrawal.
GB: “Yesterday’s Russian missiles missed military targets”
The missile attack launched by Russia yesterday, after two months of hiatus, was “realistically” aimed at hitting Ukrainian reserve units and military supplies that had recently arrived from Western allies: this is what the daily analysis of the situation in Iraq revealed. Ukraine collected British defense intelligence. According to British analysts, yesterday’s attack indicates “a shift in Russia’s use of long-range strikes” as well as shortcomings in targeting and a lack of attention to side effects. Fewer rockets are used than in the previous winter’s attacks; It is also “unlikely” that the attack “targeted Ukraine’s energy infrastructure”. Therefore, London notes, the definition of targets the Russian military will hit, “targeting,” is “ineffective and prioritizes perceived military necessity over preventing collateral damage, including civilian deaths.” In fact, yesterday residential buildings were destroyed and at least 25 civilian casualties, including 5 children.
Crimean Governor: “A fire in a fuel tank after a drone strike
A burning fuel tank in a city Sevastopol in Crimea after a possible drone strike. This is what the governor of the territory annexed by Russia conveys on Telegram. Mikhail Razvogaev. “A fuel tank is on fire, according to preliminary information, the fire was caused by a drone,” the letter said, according to reports from TASS. There were no reports of casualties, and there is talk of an area of about 1,000 square meters that caught fire. Ukraine has repeatedly stated its intention to regain control of Crimea, which Russia illegally annexed in 2014.
Zelensky, after the bombing of cities – we need air defense and fighters
“Air defense, modern air power, without which effective air defense, artillery and armored personnel carriers are impossible. All this is necessary to ensure the security of our cities and villages, both at home and at the front.” This is what Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said after the severe Russian attacks that caused the death of at least 23 victims, including 4 children, in Uman and the third in the Dnipropetrovsk region, where a mother and her 3-year-old daughter were killed. .
Prigozhin: Wagner will soon cease to exist
The founder of Wagner, Yevgeny Prigozhin, announced in a video posted on Telegram that the paramilitary group may soon cease to exist, starting with criticism of the regular Russian army, which, according to him, is unable to provide the necessary cover and ammunition for it. Of the men, they are currently leading Bakhmut’s campaign of conquest. “At the moment, – said Prigozhin in response to the blogger Semyon Pegov, the author of the post, – we have reached the point where Wagner will cease to exist. And it will happen soon. We will become history, but you don’t have to worry about it, these are things that can happen. It is not clear how serious Prigozhin’s words were and Wagner has not yet issued any clarifications. At the beginning of the week, the militia’s founder called it a “joke”. During the war in Ukraine, Prigozhin repeatedly criticized the way Russia conducted military operations, accusing Moscow’s army commanders of treachery for not supporting its men.
Borrell: Putin does not want to end the war
Russia does not want to end the war in Ukraine. This was confirmed by the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, from Colombia during his visit to Cartagena de Indias. “Unfortunately, when I hear from President Putin, I cannot be optimistic because he keeps saying that he has military goals and until he achieves them, he will not stop bombing and destroying the country,” Borrell told reporters. This announcement comes after the bombing of the homes of more than twenty dead civilians. “Massive bombing against civilian targets, which we all no longer want. We want peace, but the only person who does not want at the moment to stop waging war is Putin. Russia wants to continue the war. Ukraine, which does not want it. It wants it, has to defend itself.” That is why we have to help her.”
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