Fighting until noon on April 29: Ukraine announced Russia’s losses, Kyiv was attacked
Ukraine announced the loss of Russian forces on April 28, while Russian intelligence said that Poland and the US were planning for Warsaw to regain control of some parts of western Ukraine.
Page The Kyiv Independent Today, April 29, the Ukrainian military announced that it had repelled nine Russian attacks in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine on April 28, causing Russia to lose 6 tanks, one artillery system, 12 armored vehicles and one anti-aircraft artillery. are not.
In addition, Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yuriy Ignat said that despite increasing airstrikes and missile launches, the Russian air force suffered heavy losses on April 28, losing 1 aircraft, 5 cruise missiles and 9 drones, according to The Kyiv Independent. There is currently no information on the Russian side’s response to the loss made by the Ukrainian side.
Destroyed tanks and armored vehicles carrying Russian troops in a village in Kyiv province of Ukraine
Meanwhile, TASS news agency today quoted Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov as saying that on April 28, the planes military The country attacked 76 Ukrainian military facilities, killing 320 soldiers and destroying 35 military vehicles.
Konashenkov also said that Russian missile forces destroyed a Tochka-U missile launcher of Ukraine and targeted two locations where equipment and soldiers were concentrated. There is no information on Ukraine’s reaction to Mr. Konashenkov’s statement.
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Ukrainian authorities are reacting violently after the capital Kyiv was suddenly attacked during the visit of United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
Two large explosions occurred in Kyiv on the evening of April 28, after United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres visited the suburbs and met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the city. The Guardian.
Ukraine accused Russia of launching two cruise missiles in the attack. Pictures show some destroyed buildings, on fire. Russia has not commented on the case.
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Russian intelligence says Poland intends to send troops to occupy western Ukraine
Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service says intelligence indicates Poland and the United States are working on a plan for Warsaw to regain control of parts of Ukraine that Warsaw considers historically Polish.
In a statement issued on April 28, the head of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) Sergei Naryshkin said that under the aforementioned plan, the first phase of “reunification” would see “peacekeeping forces” peace” Poland was deployed in western Ukraine under the pretext of “protection” because of the war Russia started in Ukraine. Naryshkin also said that the details of this operation are being discussed by Warsaw and the US government and that the operation was designed without NATO mandate, and only member countries volunteered to participate, according to RT Radio. . Poland has denied Mr. Naryshkin’s report.
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Poland announces large-scale military exercises
The Polish military on April 28 announced an upcoming large-scale exercise, warning people about the possibility of military convoys increasing traffic and moving around the country. The drills will start from May 1 and last until the end of the month, according to RT Radio, citing a notice from the Polish military.
“Many military vehicles will be seen on boulevards, highways and national highways,” the Polish military said. Those military vehicles will move throughout Poland, mainly at night to minimize the impact on civilian traffic. However, some military operations will take place during the day and the Polish military asks citizens not to film military convoys.
The Polish military added that military convoys will also be used by the parties participating in the exercise to carry out the reception and deployment of allied forces, coordinate cross-border operations and cooperate with ” host countries”, but did not specify which ones.
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Besides, The Guardian About 8,000 troops will take part in exercises in eastern Europe this summer, marking one of the UK’s largest troop deployments since the war, the UK’s Ministry of Defense announced on April 28. cold picture.
Tens of thousands of troops from NATO and the British-led Joint Expeditionary Force are taking part in the exercises. In addition, dozens of tanks will be deployed to countries from Finland to North Macedonia.
The British Ministry of Defense said that the exercise plan had been planned for a long time and was expanded in response to the Russian military operation launched in Ukraine on February 24.
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US Congress passes bill allowing Ukraine to borrow weapons
The US House of Representatives on April 28 passed a bill to remove barriers to the export of military equipment to Ukraine. The bill has been passed by the Senate and is still waiting for the President Joe Biden signed promulgation.
Reuters reported that the US House of Representatives passed the bill with 417 votes in favor and 10 votes against. This bill restores a World War 2 program under which the US can lend or lease military equipment to its allies.
Under the new bill, the White House could lend or lease weapons to Ukraine or Eastern European countries affected by Russia’s military campaign to help those countries strengthen their defenses and protect their people.
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