Day 729 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

Day 729 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

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This is a short news report about the situation in Ukraine.
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1.
Canada’s CBC reported that the Canadian government is prepared to contribute up to $30 million for the 800,000 shells whose existence was revealed by Czech President Pavel at the Munich Security Conference.
Canadian Defense Minister Blair said,
“I won’t go into details,
but we have signed a memorandum of understanding for the acquisition of the munitions held by the Czech Republic,” he continued,
“which will make the weapons available to Ukraine more quickly and also increase our own production.
While each country usually uses its assistance to Ukraine to increase its own weapons production and supply Ukraine with its own weapons,
this is believed to be the first time that NATO countries have purchased artillery ammunition from outside the region.
2.
Ukrainian troops attacked Russian training camps one by one.
First,
on the morning of the 20th,
Ukrainian troops with HIMARS attacked a Russian military training camp near the village of Trudovskoye,
near Volnovach,
about 20 km from the front line.
At the time,
several companies of the 36th Motorized Rifle Brigade were waiting in line for the arrival of high-ranking Russian officers,
103 of them according to new information,
and Russian military bloggers reported that at least 200 were called to hell.
Also on the 21st,
in a corner of the Oreshky Nature Park in Kherson province,
20 km from the Dnipro River front,
dozens of Russian soldiers,
apparently in training,
gathered on a sand dune when a HIMARS missile hit the group.
No further information has been released,
but a view from a Ukrainian military drone shows the Russian soldiers gathered.
3.
Russian military blogger Murtz,
who has 120,000 followers on social networking sites,
reported on his channel that 16,000 Russian troops were killed in Avdiivka and 300 armored vehicles were destroyed,
and then he took his own life.
In a social networking post he wrote shortly before his suicide,
he implied that he had received threats,
giving his real name,
and Russian military bloggers lamented,
“Can we no longer give the facts to this terrible tragedy?
Now,
here is the war situation in each region.
I will tell you where the war situation is changing.
Northeast: Luhansk region
Eastern part,
towards Bakhmut
We will report about the war situation on the Svatove-Kreminna line from Halkiu and Kupyansk,
and from the area around Siversk to Bakhmut.
In this area,
the Russians made two attacks in Shinkivka,
eight attacks in the area of Terny and Sibersk,
and two attacks in the area of Bakhmut,
all of which were repulsed by the Ukrainian forces.
The Russians plan to occupy all of Luhansk Oblast and as far as the Oskir River in Kharkiv Oblast by March this year,
and the Ukrainian Defense Institute reported that some of Avdiivka’s reserve troops have been moved to Bakhmut.
Southeast Donetsk region
The weather in Avdiivka is clear and sometimes cloudy.
The minimum temperature is -3 degrees Celsius and the maximum is 4 degrees Celsius.
Today’s weather forecast is for light snowfall.
Below is an update on the situation in Avdiivka,
Marinka and Vuhledar.
Avdiivka
The Russians appear to have completed their sweep of Avdiivka and have begun building new positions.
The Ukrainian army has been monitoring the area with drones and reducing the strength of the Russian army with artillery and drones.
Ukrainian military spokesman Likhovy denied the New York Times report that hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers had been captured,
saying it was “propaganda by the enemy to demoralize our troops” and that “if it were true,
there would have been a lot of footage released,
like in Azovstal,” comparing it to the Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol,
where Ukrainian troops surrendered in May 2000 after resisting for three months.