Russia claims to have achieved its initial goals in the Ukraine war. According to Moscow, its guns will now be aimed at liberating eastern Ukraine. The announcement signals a possible shift in Russia’s war strategy.
Russia’s Defense Ministry claims that Russia has achieved the initial objectives of the war by completing the first phase of the war in Ukraine and has reduced Ukraine’s combat capability.
It should be noted that the purpose of the Russian invasion was to quickly capture the major cities and overthrow the government. But due to strong resistance from Ukraine, the process could not move forward.
Sergei Rudskoye, head of the Central Operations Administration of the Russian General Staff, said that the important issues of the first phase of the operation have been completed.
As indicated by him, “the battle capacities of the Ukrainian Armed Forces have been altogether decreased, which has offered us the chance to zero in our basic endeavors on accomplishing the essential objective,
He also referred to an area in eastern Ukraine occupied by Russian-backed separatists.
The Russian military has been bombing Ukrainian cities and trying to lay siege to key Ukrainian cities, such as the capital Kyiv, which General Sergei Rudskoye called on to keep Ukrainian forces engaged on the other front and to draw Russia’s attention to itself. An attempt to keep it to the east.
Russia’s ultimate goal of the war has not been made clear, but Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the goal is to “end Ukraine’s military capability” and “liberate Ukraine from Nazi domination.” He described Ukraine’s government leaders as a new Nazi ruler who “genocidalized Russian-speaking people and killed millions.”
The allegations are baseless, and Ukraine and its Western allies have denied the allegations, saying they were an excuse for Russia to enter Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has responded by saying that his forces have dealt a “severe blow” to Russia in the war and called on Moscow to recognize the need for serious peace talks.
“By countering Russia’s aggression, our defenders have tried to lead the Russian leadership to a simple and logical conclusion that negotiations are necessary,” he said. “These dealings are significant, quick, fair, and For results, not for the delay.
Russia Could Increase Number of Unmanned Drones: British Intelligence Report
According to the latest British intelligence report, there is a strong possibility that Russia is focusing on increasing the number of unmanned drones in the Ukraine war.
The British Ministry of Defense says Russia may continue to shell Ukrainian cities because it appears it is trying to limit its losses at the expense of civilian casualties in the war.
The intelligence report from the British Ministry of Defense said that the Russian military was reluctant to engage in large-scale military action and was relying on airstrikes and heavy shelling to demoralize the Ukrainian army.
A statement from the British Ministry of Defense said that the Russian military had continued to lay siege to key Ukrainian cities, including Kharkiv, Cherniyev, and Mariupol.
Britain has imposed sanctions on 65 more people linked to Russia’s war on Ukraine, including a Russian defense company working on drones and other technology.
US defense officials said Friday that Russia had stepped up its air operations last week, operating about 300 flights a day.
On the other hand, the World Health Organization says that Russian attacks on hospitals, doctors, and ambulances are increasing in Ukraine on a ‘daily basis.
The World Health Organization says more than 70 attacks have been carried out so far. According to the World Health Organization, targeting medical facilities in today’s modern warfare has become part of the war strategy and tactics.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed 72 attacks on medical facilities since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, killing at least 71 people and injuring 37 others.
Bombings of Buildings in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, Reports of Explosions in other Cities
It has been three weeks since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and Western sanctions continue to be imposed on Russia, but international organizations say it could affect not only Russia but other countries as well.
On the other hand, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has said that peace talks with Russia seem “realistic” but that “time is still needed” to conclude.’
- US officials claim that Russia has demanded military aid and assistance from China.
- The Chinese embassy in Washington says Beijing is trying to keep the war “out of control.”
- Ukraine says evacuation of 140,000 civilians from central areas has been completed, while Mariupol is surrounded by Russian forces and evacuation has been affected.
- Citizens in Mariupol are forced to live without electricity in extremely low temperatures and are running out of food and water during the Russian advance.
- American journalist Brent Reynolds has been shot dead near the capital, Kiev. He is the first foreign journalist to be killed in the fighting.
- Ukraine says 30 missiles fired at a military base near its border with NATO member Poland.
- Authorities say the attack killed at least 35 people and wounded 134, but Russia says it targeted foreign troops and weapons.