But are the Snake Island heroes alive? “there is hope”
This was reported to the Ukrainian border guards There is hope that the heroic defenders of Snake Island might have survived the attack of a Russian warship And they are captured. Ukrainian border guards reported that “Russian media reported that Ukrainian soldiers from the island were sent to Sevastopol.”
“We understand that the Russian promoters are able to launch and use the necessary media attacks, claiming that the Ukrainian defenders have surrendered. However, the border guards and the militants of the Armed Forces bravely defended themselves, especially in the face of overwhelming enemy forces, ”we read in the entry of the Ukrainian border guards.
At the same time, information appeared from the Ukrainian side that the soldiers managed to survive the attack. “Currently, after receiving information about their possible whereabouts, the SBGS and the armed forces are working to establish the identity of our soldiers,” the border guards said.
Kiev was closed for the weekend. How will the residents of the capital deal? Marcin Wiroy’s testimony
Inform the mayor of Kiev, Vitali Klitschko curfew extended In the city from Saturday from 17 to 8 on Monday, which means that the Ukrainian capital will be closed for the weekend. What do city streets look like and how are the capital’s residents preparing for closure? This was reported today by Onet journalist Marcin Wyrwal.
We, like most Kenyans, found out about extending the curfew at the last minute. There is no fuel at the stations, there are few shops running, but people buy what they can – says Onet journalist.
War clashes on the territory of Ukraine, 2/26/22
A historic decision from Germany. They will deliver anti-tank weapons to Ukraine
Chancellor Olaf Schulz decided to change Germany’s position on the supply of arms to Ukraine. He announced that he would send 1,000 jobs to Kiev. Pieces of anti-tank weapons and 500 stinger missiles.
Schulz wrote on Twitter that “the Russian invasion is a turning point. It is our duty to support Ukraine as much as possible in its defense against Putin’s army. That is why we are giving 1,000 anti-tank weapons and 500 Stinger missiles to our friends. Friends in Ukraine.”
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Russia’s losses in Ukraine. The Russian agency provided the data and … quickly deleted it
The Russian state news agency TASS informed its readers about the losses of the Russian army during the invasion of Ukraine. The article that appeared on the agency’s website was quickly removed. According to experts, it might have been posted by mistake or the agency’s website might have been hacked by hackers.
The state news agency TASS published an article concluding this Already more than 3.5 thousand Russian soldiers were killed or captured. The article also listed the losses of Russian equipment.
This figure corresponds to the results provided by the Ukrainian army. According to its data, Moscow has lost so far 14 planes, 8 helicopters, 102 tanks and 15 cannons. More than 3.5 thousand Russian soldiers were killed, almost 200 were captured.
Chechen forces have been deployed to Ukraine. The decision was confirmed by their leader, Ramzan Kadyrov
Chechnya leader Ramzan Kadyrov confirmed this on Saturday afternoon Chechen fighters deployed in UkraineReuters reports. At the same time, Kadyrov was calling on the Ukrainians to hand them over to the government.
According to belsat.eu, citing data from the Baza channel, units called “window-door” in military slang may have been sent to Ukraine from Chechnya. Their soldiers are tasked, inter alia, with cleaning buildings and operating them in urban combat conditions.
Break into Russian TV channels. Ukrainian music and national symbols on the screens
State television channels in Russia have been attacked. A recording has been made available online showing how several stations broadcast Ukrainian national icons and music.
This is not the first time that hacker groups have attacked Russia’s telecommunications infrastructure. Every now and then there are reports that Russian websites are not working and radio and TV signals are down. The websites of the Kremlin and Interfax are not working, and the TASS and RIA agencies are having problems.
More Russian attacks on Ukrainian civilians
The Russians are constantly shooting at cities with Ukrainian troops. In many cases, the missiles hit civilian targets.
In the Kharkiv region, a passenger bus was shot at. The bus fire injured 14 people. On Saturday, one person died – Izyum Volodymyr Maukin, the city’s deputy mayor, reported. Izyum Volodymyr Maukin told Suspilne that the attack took place on the road from Iziuma to Kharkiv near the village of Volokhiv Yar.
A 7-year-old girl was martyred as a result of the Russian bombing. One of the places attacked is Oshtyrka in Sumy Oblast in eastern Ukraine. Belarusian opposition politician Vranak Vyashurka reported that “a 7-year-old girl died in hospital after the kindergarten was bombed by the Russian army.”
– In Oshtyrka: three missiles fell on a military unit. Earlier there was bombing of buildings.. Ok. Ukrinform quoted the authorities as saying that 70 wounded, including women. The heating network system is damaged, and it is possible to turn off the thermal power plant.
As Ukrinform writes, on February 25, five people were killed in Ochtyrka as a result of the shelling from the Grad regimes, and 17 people, including two children, were seriously wounded.
The Danish journalists’ car came under fire
Work for the Danish newspaper “Extra Bladet” Journalist Stefan Weichert and photojournalist Emil Feltenberg Mikkelsen were injured while working in eastern Ukraine.. On Saturday, the newspaper’s editorial office announced that their car had been fired at their car. “They are in the hospital, they are not in danger,” Extra Bladet confirmed.
“We are happy to be alive. We are fully aware of the circumstances and hope to be back home soon,” he told the editorial office on behalf of himself and his colleague The Witcher.
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