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The Russo-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 596 of the Invasion | Ukraine

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  • Russian missile hits school in Nikopol in Ukraine’s central Dnipropetrovsk region on Wednesday, killing at least four people, Ukrainian officials said.

  • Debris from a drone shot down by anti-aircraft units over the Belgorod region in southern Russia killed two people and injured at least two, the regional governor said on Thursday. Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov, writing on the messaging app Telegram, said a house had been destroyed and two bodies, that of a man and a woman, had been found under the rubble.

  • Russian forces continued their major offensive on the key town of Avdiivka in eastern Ukraine. Wednesday after several months of siege, Ukrainian military officials said. Ukrainian officials said Russian forces redirected large numbers of troops and equipment toward Avdiivka in their largest attack on the city since launching the invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. Major assaults are in progress since Tuesday.

  • President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Wednesday urged Ukraine’s allies to arm his country to survive the winter.. Zelenskiy has argued for air defense, long-range missiles and munitions amid concerns that Hamas’ attack on Israel could distract the United States’ main supporter from the conflict in his country. “For us it is important how to survive the next winter,” Zelenskiy said as he spoke to the media with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg before meeting NATO defense ministers. alliance.

  • Some US Republican lawmakers have said they will resist any funding request from Democratic President Joe Biden combining military aid to Israel and Ukraine, amid resistance from some Republicans to additional aid to kyiv.

  • NATO has promised a “determined” response if damage to an undersea gas pipeline between Finland and Estonia is found to be deliberate.

  • An international team of prosecutors seeks to bring senior Russian officials to justice for Ukraine the invasion has already collected “thousands” of evidencethe head of the EU judicial agency, Eurojustdeclared to AFP.

  • In its latest information update, the British Defense Ministry says Russian military faces ‘mental health crisis’with many staff suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Ukraine’s security services say they have identified two suspected informants who allegedly helped Russia strike at a vigil last week.

  • Former Slovak prime minister, who plans to end his country’s military support for Ukraine, is set to return to office after his political party signed a deal with two other parties to form a coalition government .

  • Belgium will send F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine from 2025declared his Minister of Defense, Ludivine Dedonder.

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong-un exchanged letters with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday., pledging to strengthen their ties and wishing him victory over what he calls hegemony and pressure from imperialists, Pyongyang state media KCNA said. He pledged to further develop relations to a “new height” and wished Putin good luck in resisting Western pressure on Ukraine.

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