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Russia's war with Ukraine. Day 713. Live coverage

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General Serhiy Naif announced that more than 3.5 thousand soldiers were deployed on the northern border during the week. 4.5 thousand anti-tank mines and anti-tank ditches were dug.

The Kherson Regional Administration reported that five people died as a result of the bombing.

There will be four Kalibr missiles on board the ship, according to the Ukrainian Naval Command.

The governor of the Kharkiv region, Oleh Sinyhopov, said that two women were also injured in the night bombing of the city with S-300 anti-aircraft missiles.

As of February 24, 2022, Russia was to lose in Ukraine about 390,580 soldiers, 6,365 tanks, 11,857 armored vehicles, 9,367 artillery sets, 979 missile launchers, 665 anti-aircraft systems, 332 aircraft, 324 helicopters, and 7,173 unmanned aerial vehicles. Pilot, 1848 cruises. Missile, 24 surface units, 1 submarine, 12,453 vehicles (including tankers) and 1,496 units of special equipment.

“The basis is the increasing level of emergencies caused by the human factor, and attacks by drones of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on targets in the port area,” we read in the order regarding the port of Ust-Luga.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported that within 24 hours the Russians carried out 7 missile attacks, 35 air attacks and 90 artillery shelling on Ukrainian Armed Forces positions and populated areas.

After Türkiye and China, it is Hong Kong's turn.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

“Air defense systems intercepted all Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles,” the ministry wrote in a statement.

“Medvedev's statement deepens a Russian media operation that falsely portrays Ukraine as an artificial state, is likely to reduce Western military aid to Ukraine and normalize discussions in the West about forcing Ukraine to cede a significant portion of its territory and population to Russia, as a legal means to end the war,” As the American think tank, the Institute for the Study of War, wrote in an analysis.

Dmitry Medvedev proposes that Lviv become the capital of the Ukrainian fuselage state

Belgorod Region Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov reported a Ukrainian drone attack on the city of Gubkin. Gladkov confirms that no one was hurt as a result of the attack – four residential buildings were damaged.

The recording appeared on the employees' Facebook profile.

As he said in his evening speech in each region, one of the main topics was strengthening electronic warfare and air defense means.

This information is provided by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine. The ministry says that of the 1,938 damaged and destroyed buildings, 314 were completely destroyed.

Ukraine hopes Canada will give it CRV7 air-to-surface missiles, more than 80,000 of which were scheduled to be scrapped after being withdrawn, Ukrainian military intelligence chief General Kirilo Budanov said in an interview with Canadian newspaper Global News. Of use. According to General Budanov, Ukraine has experience fighting with outdated weapons, and giving it Canadian missiles would save Canadian taxpayer money that would have to be spent on getting rid of the missiles. According to General Budanov, Ukrainian attack helicopters and ground-based missile launchers can be armed with missiles.

SUU-5003 pod with six CRV7 missiles (left) and six BDU-33 training bombs

Governor of the Kharkiv region, Oleh Sinyhopov, talks about the effects of the bombing. There may be people under the rubble of the building.

Giorgia Meloni met with Fumio Kishida in Tokyo regarding Japan's handover of the G7 presidency to Italy.

This was the situation on the Ukrainian front on the 712th day of the war

This was the situation on the Ukrainian front on the 712th day of the war

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Finland closed all border crossings with Russia due to increasing migration pressure and the actions of the Russian authorities, who – as the authorities in Helsinki accused – deliberately helped migrants reach the Russian-Finnish border. Marie Rantanen said, in an interview with the Finnish public broadcaster, Elle, that the situation on the border has not changed – there are people on the other side waiting for the border to open. She continued that the actions of the Russian authorities have affected and the matter has not changed either. Rantanen did not mention any time frame during which it could be opened. the border.

Ukrainian howitzers in firing positions

Russia's war with Ukraine. Day 712

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