Day 723 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

Day 723 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

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Here is a short news report on the situation in Ukraine.
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1.
White House Coordinator Kirby addressed the situation in Avdiivka in his regular press briefing and said,
“The situation is critical and there is a possibility of Russian occupation.
The reason for this is the lack of ammunition in the Ukrainian army,” he noted,
“The House of Representatives should expedite the vote so that it can be sent immediately.
The cost of congressional inaction is heavy on the shoulders of Ukrainian soldiers.”
This is the first time the White House has mentioned the fall of Avdiivka.
Second.
Meanwhile,
Boudanov,
head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense,
said at a press conference after the Ramstein meeting that “the situation with artillery shells and missiles will improve.”
The director said,
“At the conference it was announced which countries can provide how much and for what period this month.
The Secretary explained that the current shortage of artillery ammunition is expected to improve in the near future.
Third.
According to The Hill,
the U.S.
House of Representatives is considering two ways to pass a security bill that includes aid to Ukraine.
One would be to pass another bill and specify that the current bill be included in it,
and the other would be to remove the Speaker from office,
as described in an earlier video.
We have told you that a supermajority of 218 signatures is needed to do this,
and we have now collected up to 213 signatures.
However,
perhaps sensing the movement,
Speaker Johnson abruptly declared a recess of Congress,
and Congress is now in recess until February 28th.
A White House official said he was “kidding himself” when he mentioned that the measure,
if voted on,
was expected to pass on a bipartisan basis.
Fourth.
It was revealed that Ukraine received GLSDB guided bombs from the USA and immediately put them into use.
As reported in an earlier video,
this is a GBU39 aircraft bomb that is combined with the rocket portion of an M26 unguided rocket missile to transform it into a ground-launched precision-guided missile with a maximum range of 150 km.
Characterized by low cost,
high power,
long range and accuracy,
the missile will be able to attack rear ammunition depots that were previously out of reach of HIMARS.
Analysis of the Russian video footage identified the GLSDB from its fragments,
confirming that this was the world’s first GLSDB used in actual warfare.
Now,
here is the war situation in each region.
I will tell you where the war situation has changed.
Northeast: Luhansk region
Eastern part,
towards Bakhmut
We will report on the war situation from Halkiu and Kupyansk to the Svatove-Kreminna line,
and from the Siversk area to the Bakhmut area.
In this area the Russians attacked once in Terny and four times in Bakhmut.
Kupyansk area
In Shinkivka,
according to the video with location information,
Ukrainian troops attacked Russian troops at the location on the battle map,
and infantry fighting vehicles are firing at each other,
which confirms that this location is under the control of Ukrainian troops.
The image is from the 1st Battalion of the 30th Mechanized Brigade of the Ukrainian Army,
where Ukrainian BMP infantry fighting vehicles are located on the battle map,
looking across the field at Russian troops.
This location had been marked as disputed territory,
but since this confirms that most of Sinkivka is under Ukrainian control,
the battle map has been updated to show the area as Ukrainian-controlled instead of disputed.
Bakhmut area
Ukrainian military spokesman Evrash reported that Russian troops are massing in Bohdanivka and Bakhmut in preparation for an attack on Chashivyar.
Meanwhile,