Russo-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 333 of the Invasion | Ukraine
Adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskyi spoke of caution and slowness in decision-making Sending or not sending Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine is costing lives. Mykhailo Podoliak tweeted on Saturday, he lamented the “global indecisiveness” over supplying arms to Ukraine: “Today’s indecisiveness is killing more of our people. Every day of delay is death for Ukrainians. Think fast.
The Baltic states ordered Germany to send tanks “now”. to Ukraine after what appeared to be ambiguity on the part of the government in Berlin. Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevich tweeted that it was “necessary to stop Russian aggression.” Similar tweets were posted by his Estonian and Lithuanian counterparts.
“Ukraine is going to get all the help it needs,” Joe Biden told reporters after Friday night’s incident. in response to a question about tanks.
Despite the hope of German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius, “we cannot yet say when the decision will be made., and what will be the decision regarding the Leopard tank”. Germany said it was taking stock of its current tank numbers ahead of a possible decision.
On Friday, about 50 countries agreed to supply military equipment worth billions of dollars to Kyivincluding armored vehicles and ammunition needed to repel Russian troops.
A tearful Vladimir Zelensky attended a memorial service for seven high-ranking officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs who were killed on Saturday. on Wednesday in a helicopter crash, Reuters reported. Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskyi, his deputy and five other people were killed when a helicopter crashed into a kindergarten in the eastern suburbs of Kyiv. A total of 14 people died, including those on the ground.
According to Agence France-Presse, the Russian army announced that its troops launched an attack in the Zaporozhye region. in the south-east of Ukraine. Russian forces claimed to have captured “useful lines and positions” in the offensive.
A 17-year-old boy was injured by Russian bombing From the Sumy region of Ukraine.
Friday’s Russian attacks killed one person in Kharkiv, three in Donetsk and one in Zaporozhye. According to Zelensky’s office, four people were also injured in Kherson.
The British Ministry of Defense announced that the war in Ukraine is at an impasse. In intelligence, he said there was a Russian advance around the heavily contested town of Bakhmut in the Donbass region, but little movement otherwise.
Near Kremina in the north-east, Ukrainian forces scored some small victories and defended against Russian counterattacks.
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