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Overview of the war at noon on March 27: Ukraine counter-attacks

Ukraine counterattack on all fronts

The war situation is getting hotter and hotter as the Ukrainian armed forces organize many fierce counter-attacks on a series of fronts. Ho achieved certain results when he drove the Russians from their positions to regain control of a number of villages and towns. Specifically:

In the North and Northeast direction, In Kharkiv, the regional government said that the Ukrainian Army had regained control of several villages around Malaya Rogan, including Vilkhivka, one of the key residential areas. CNN confirmed that Ukrainian soldiers entered this area.

The fighting around Kiev hasn’t changed much. The Ukrainian armed forces are said to have pushed the Russians further away from the center of the capital. However, there were no significant mutations.

On the south side, The Zaporizhzhia regional government said fighting broke out as Ukrainian forces pushed back Russian forces from the villages of Poltavka and Malynivka to the northwest of the strategic port city of Mariupol.

However, at Mariupol, the Russian encirclement tightened, Ukrainian forces were said to hold only a small area, less than 20%, and were forced close to the coast.

On the West side, Andriy Sadovyi – Mayor of Lviv said that Russia has conducted a massive missile attack on a fuel depot and a military base in the western Ukrainian city, which borders Poland. He called for increased air defense to protect the city after heavy damage.

According to the latest statistics, in this raid, at least 5 people were injured.

Overview of the war at noon on March 27: Ukraine counter-attacks - Kiev, Kharkiv is hot - Photo 2.

Residents of the city of Lviv are watching the plumes of smoke rising behind buildings, caused by a Russian missile attack. Photo: Nariman El-Mofty/AP.

Meanwhile, according to RT, the Russian Defense Ministry on March 26 revealed that the Russian military used Kalibr cruise missiles to target an arsenal of weapons and equipment in the Zhytomyr region, northwestern Ukraine.

The Kalibr cruise missile, widely used by Russia in its military campaign in Ukraine, currently has several variants. They can be fired from surface ships, submarines and aircraft, and are used to strike a variety of land and water targets.

According to Russian officials, the high-precision strike was carried out in the early morning of March 26 by a small missile ship in the Black Sea, aimed at wiping out a Ukrainian military facility.

The ministry also shared a clip of the ship firing four missiles in a row in the middle of the dark sky.

On the East side, The report of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Army said that in the past 24 hours, the Armed Forces of this country repelled 7 waves of enemy attacks in the directions of Donetsk and Luhansk, destroying 8 tanks and other equipment. . The report reads:

“In the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, the armed forces repelled seven enemy attacks. Ukrainian soldiers destroyed eight tanks and eight armored vehicles. Russian casualties are being clarified. .

The Ukrainian Air Defense Forces hit 1 plane, 12 UAVs and 2 cruise missiles the previous day. Aircraft of the Ukrainian Air Force are used to provide ground fire support, delivering strikes on enemy targets and command posts.”

Russia released a video of a warship firing Kalibr cruise missiles to destroy Ukraine’s arsenal

Negotiations are still “stagnant”

About negotiation: No significant progress has been made yet. However, the chief adviser to the President of Ukraine, Mykhailo Podolyak, said that Kiev insists that a system of ensuring security for Ukraine is one of the important factors in the negotiations with Russia.

In an interview with German media, Mr. Podolyak stressed that such a system “cannot be without the participation of the United States in the first place.”

He also added that issues such as the future of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk will be decided only by the presidents of Ukraine and Russia.

Earlier this month, Podolyak said that President Volodymyr Zelensky and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin might hold talks soon.

However, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on March 21 that it was too early to talk about a meeting between the two presidents because there had been no breakthrough at the lower-level talks.

Since February 28, the delegations of Russia and Ukraine have conducted three rounds of direct peace talks in Belarus. The fourth meeting began on March 14 in an online form.

Regarding the evacuation of civilians: General Mikhail Mizintsev, head of the Russian National Center for Defense Control, announced that more than 19,700 people were evacuated by the Russian Defense Ministry’s forces from the People’s Republics of Donetsk and Lugansk and Ukraine in the past day.

To date, Russia has evacuated about 440,000 Ukrainians in total since the start of the special military operation, about 100,000 in the city of Mariupol alone.

Meanwhile, the Ukrainian side said yesterday, March 26, 2022. A total of 5,200 people have been evacuated through humanitarian corridors. According to Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk, all 10 humanitarian corridors are operational, and she added that about 4,000 civilians have been evacuated from the strategic southern port city of Mariupol.

On the international response: According to Sputnik news agency, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Turkey has no plans to transfer advanced Russian-made S-400 air defense systems to Ukraine.

Speaking at the Doha Forum in Qatar, the diplomat said the issue was not on the agenda.

The US is said to have asked Turkey to transfer the S-400 systems to Ukraine after years of pressuring Ankara, a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO, to abandon the deal to buy the weapon). This gas from Russia.

Poland has not given up on the idea of ​​sending NATO peacekeepers to Ukraine. Accordingly, in the Soloviev Live program broadcast on YouTube on March 26, Russian Ambassador to Poland Andreev said: “Regarding the practical idea of ​​a peacekeeping operation, everything seems to have been clearly stated. , the Americans said they would not send their troops.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that such an operation was not considered. However, Polish officials said that they will not give up the idea, they will think and observe.”

The Telegraph on March 26 reported that British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said that sanctions imposed on Russian individuals and companies could be lifted if Russia withdrew its troops from Ukraine.

Britain and other Western nations are using economic sanctions to cripple Russia’s economy and punish President Vladimir Putin for conducting a special military operation into Ukraine.

Ms. Liz Truss said: “What we do know is that Russia has signed many agreements and they simply don’t abide by them. So there needs to be tough leverage. Of course, sanctions are leverage. rigid”.

Earlier, on March 25, the British government announced sanctions targeting Russia’s 2,300 tons of gold reserves after the US ally made a similar move.

The latest sanctions against Russia have been updated on the UK government’s website, stating: “Updated guidance aims to clarify the prohibition of providing financial services for foreign exchange reserves and financial management. property, also applies to transactions involving gold.

It is strictly forbidden to provide financial services to carry out transactions with the Central Bank of Russia in connection with its gold vault.”


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