Live Text Ukraine War, Day 322. Poland sends Panther tanks to Ukraine. Ukrainian Army Repulses Russian Attacks / Invaders Suffer Heavy Losses / Russia Seeks To Renew Its Forces / Canada To Offer NASAMS Air Defense System To Ukraine / What Is The Situation In Soledar City?

Update 17:30 Poland has announced that it will send Leopard tanks to Ukraine

Polish President Andrzej Duda announced during a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that Poland will send Leopard tanks to Ukraine.

“A company of Leopard tanks will be handed over/donated to Ukraine as part of international alliance building,” Duda said in a statement on his official Twitter account. “This decision has already been taken in Poland.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed the decision.

“Today I can say one very important word for our security, our government, our army, the general security of Ukraine and the whole of Europe – <டாங்கிகள்>“, Zelensky said during a press conference. Polish and Lithuanian colleagues.

Russian and Ukrainian forces engaged in intense fighting for the town of Soledar in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, a step forward in Moscow’s bid to seize the entire Donbass region, with the Russians holding the upper hand, Reuters writes.

Wagner, the mercenary group that led the offensive, said on Tuesday it had taken control of the small salt mining town, although pockets of Ukrainian resistance remained active in the center.

The Russian Defense Ministry said on Wednesday that airborne units had isolated Soledar from the north and south.

But Ukraine denies that the town, which had a population of about 10,000 before the war, fell.

Update 16:00 Estonia asks Russia to reduce the number of diplomats in Tallinn

The number of Russian ambassadors should be reduced to eight to equal Estonian officials in Moscow. Currently, Russia has 17 consular officers in Tallinn, according to public information.

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Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said the decision was a reaction to the Russian military invasion of Ukraine, arguing that the Russian embassy was “not involved in improving bilateral relations”.

Update 14:30 Public servants announce number of Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine. The Ukrainian army continues to destroy the weapons of the invaders

Update 14:00 Russia wants to renew its forces: all potential recruits are banned from leaving the country

UPDATE 12:40 Russians shelled Kherson area, wounding five

Update 11:30 Ukrainian army repels Russian attacks near 13 locations

Update 10:30 Public servants say 1,500 workers at Zaporizhia nuclear power plant are not allowed inside

Update 9:00 am Russia Reports Second Largest Budget Deficit in Post-Soviet Era – New York Times

Russia’s budget deficit for 2022 is 47 billion dollars.

On Tuesday, the Russian government announced its second-largest budget deficit in the post-Soviet era. The budget deficit in 2022 was 3.3 trillion rubles, or 2.3% of the Russian economy, the New York Times reported, citing the Russian finance minister.

“Russia’s revenue increased by 2.8 trillion rubles, or $40 billion, in 2022, but this was not enough to offset rapidly growing expenditures, which rose by 6.4 trillion rubles, or $92 billion,” officials said.

The Russian government has not released a detailed breakdown of its spending in 2022, but it is widely thought that the increase could be due to increased military spending on the invasion of Ukraine.

UPDATE 7:40 The Russians have not captured all of Solidar in the Donetsk region, despite Russia’s many false claims that the city has fallen into their hands.

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Update 7:20 Kharkiv attacks

Update 6:07 – Despite several false Russian claims that the city has fallen, Russian forces have not captured the entire Soledar region of Donetsk region.

Several Russian sources said the forces of Wagner’s group advanced west to Soleder on January 10, marking a rare victory after a series of humiliating defeats across the front line. However, Wagner Group financier Yevgeny Prigozhin dismissed those claims, noting that Wagner Group forces are still fighting a unified Ukrainian resistance, the Institute for War Studies said in its latest update.

Update 1:20 – Governor: Russian troops attack Kharkiv region

Kharkiv Oblast Governor Ole Sinihubov announced on January 10 that Russian troops had launched an attack on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, about 30 kilometers from the Russian border.

Update 12:17 – Russian fighters say Soledar captured, Ukraine does not confirm

Update 12:03 – Zelensky has revoked the Ukrainian citizenship of four ex-politicians aligned with Russia, including Medvetchuk, a Putin ally.

“If the members of parliament want to serve not the people of Ukraine, but the killers who came to Ukraine, then our actions will be appropriate,” said Volodymyr Zelensky, the decision was made based on materials collected by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU). .

Original story – Canada to donate NASAMS air defense system to Ukraine

“Canada’s donation will help strengthen Ukraine’s air defense systems against destructive airstrikes on military bases, critical civilian infrastructure and population centers,” the country’s Department of National Defense said.

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