Ukraine sees reunification of Russian troops in Belarus and fears new offensive against Kiev

The Ukrainian military is controlling the situation in and around the capital, Kiev, but fears that Russia may retaliate after reorganizing its troops in Belarus. In the Donbas, on Sunday, according to estimates of Ukrainian public servants, EFE and Agerpres.

War in Ukraine: Ruins after Russian bombing of Porka on the outskirts of the capital KievPhoto: Celestino Arce / NurPhoto / Shutterstock Editorial / Profimedia

“Several units in the Chernobyl area – Kiev – were subsequently relocated to Belarus with the aim of regaining combat capability.

Its evaluation Shared by the American Institute for War StudiesIt considers, “The Russian army is trying to capture the replacement and reinforcement units in Belarus and Russia, north of Kiev, near the capital, end the siege and capture (the) city of Chernivtsi.”

Russian bombing of the capital, Kiev, has continued for the past 24 hours, with the Russian army having a significant number of troops after the invasion of Ukraine, but avoiding attacking the city, yet the siege has failed. This forced Russian troops to retreat to defensive positions in some areas.

Fear of worsening situation in the besieged city of Mariupol and Donbass

Ukrainian presidential adviser Oleksi Arrestovich told Reuters and AFP that the Ukrainian military was launching small counter-attacks as Russian troops tried to encircle Ukrainian troops in the east of the country. He said Ukrainian authorities feared worsening conditions in the besieged cities of Mariupol and Donbass after Russia announced on Friday that it would prioritize the “liberation” of pro-Russian separatist provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk. However, Russia does not rule out the possibility of attacking Ukrainian cities, which are somewhat surrounded.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has again called on the West to provide him with a number of weapons, including tanks, armored personnel carriers, anti-aircraft missiles, anti-aircraft missiles and aircraft. “We have been waiting for 31 days. Who makes the decisions in the Euro-Atlantic community? Is Moscow still intimidating them? Zhelensky said angrily. He discussed with his Polish deputy Andrzej Duda that he had expressed his dissatisfaction that the MIG-29 aircraft fitted by the Polish army had not been transferred to Ukraine.

However, since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Western nations have provided significant support to the Ukrainian military by supplying military equipment, including about 17,000 anti-tank missiles and portable anti-aircraft systems, which have caused significant losses to the Russian military. According to the US ambassador to NATO, two-thirds of the coalition states have supplied arms or ammunition to Ukraine.


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