The war in Ukraine continues. Thursday is the 596th day of the Russian invasion. Denmark, the Netherlands and the United States will lead a new international coalition to help Ukraine create a future air force based on F-16 fighters, the Danish Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday. Follow live coverage of Wirtualna Polska.
- Russian media report on Vladimir Putin’s foreign trip. The Russian dictator headed to Kyrgyzstan on Thursday. it’s his First trip abroad Since the ICC issued this arrest warrant in March.
- Late on Wednesday evening, the Russians bombed an area of Kharkov. The city’s mayor, Ihor Terekhov, announced on social media that one person had been infected.
- The remains of a drone shot down by anti-aircraft defenses over Belgorod in southern Russia killed two people and seriously injured two others, Reuters reported, citing a statement from the governor of the Belgorod region, Vyacheslav Gladkov.
“During the last day, the Ukrainian Defense Forces eliminated 990 Russian invaders,” the Ukrainian Defense Forces said in its latest report. We read on social media that Russian combat losses since the beginning of the war – according to the Ukrainians – amount to about 284,890 people.
Some of the drones launched by the Russians fell during the night, damaging residential buildings and port infrastructure in Ukraine. However, the damage could also have been the result of falling debris from downed drones, wrote the Kyiv Independent newspaper, which published a photo.
Geolocation data shows that Russian gains around Avdiivka are concentrated southwest of Avdiivka, and that Russian forces have not completed the operational encirclement of the settlement and are likely to attempt to do so.
Russian forces launched local attacks towards Avdiivka after intense artillery preparation of the battlefield on the morning of October 10, and geolocation recordings from October 10 and 11 confirm that Russian forces advanced southwest of Avdiivka in the Severnoysk region and northwest of Avdiivka in the towns of the Raion region. : Stepovoy and Krasnohorivka
Analysts point out that these adjustments and successes at the tactical level are unlikely to lead to broader operational and strategic victories for Russian forces.
The current local offensive operations of Russian forces near Avdiivka are likely Demonstrate the ability of Russian forces to draw tactical conclusions from the conduct of hostilities in Ukraine and apply them in practice.
Experts from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) analyzed the Russian attacks around Avdiivka and concluded that it was These developments at the tactical level are unlikely to lead to broader operational and strategic victories.
Ukrainian artillery targets Russian tanks during a large-scale attack by Russian forces on Avdiivka in the Donetsk region. The video was posted on social media.
As Agence France-Presse explained, at the beginning of October of this year. The Russian President explained that he avoids holding international summits so as not to “cause problems” for the organizers.
He said, “If you come, there will be political shows and political attacks. There is enough to do at home.”
The Russian President, who canceled several international meetings due to the arrest warrant, You can feel safe in Kyrgyzstan. A country located in Central Asia Because it has not ratified the Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the court.
Putin is scheduled to speak on Thursday with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Kyrgyz President Sadr Japarov. On Friday, he will participate with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in the summit of the former Soviet Union.
Russian media reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Kyrgyzstan on Thursday morning. it’s his First trip abroad since the ICC issued an arrest warrant in March 2023.
The Air Force reported that aviation, anti-aircraft missile forces, mobile firefighting groups and electronic warfare units participated in repelling the air attack.
The Ukrainian Air Force reported that 28 of the 33 Shahd-131/136 missiles that attacked Ukraine overnight were destroyed.
– Ukraine this year and next It will need $42 billion to support the budget – Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal said, on Wednesday, during the meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Marrakesh.
The Balticconnector gas pipeline connecting Finland to Estonia has been damaged by humans. Such as the communications cable that connects the two countries. The former head of Finnish intelligence, and current member of parliament, General Pekka Toveri, directs his suspicions towards Russia. – We know that they are capable of damaging underwater infrastructure and we know who the intelligence services are interested in underwater infrastructure – he says in an interview with WP.
Two-thirds of Ukrainians do not want elections to be held during war – According to the results of the survey conducted by the Razumkov Center and published on Wednesday.
The Turkish Ministry of Defense in Ankara announced on Wednesday that Turkey will cooperate with Romania and Bulgaria in clearing mines in the Black Sea.
The remains of a drone shot down by anti-aircraft defenses over Belgorod in southern Russia killed two people and seriously injured two others, Reuters reported, citing a statement from the governor of the Belgorod region, Vyacheslav Gladkov.
NATO will increase its support to help Ukraine survive another difficult winter, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday at the end of the first day of the NATO Defense Ministers’ meeting.
He added that the aid will include providing more clothing, fuel and medical equipment.
Late on Wednesday evening, the Russians bombed an area of Kharkov. The city’s mayor, Ihor Terekhov, announced on social media that one person had been infected.
The Office of the President of Ukraine asked the Israeli authorities to approve an official visit by Volodymyr Zelensky to this country. Fighting between Hamas fighters and Israeli armed forces has been continuing there since Saturday.
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