The Ukrainian army recently claimed to have attacked the vehicle and the latch military belonging to Russian forces, while the Russian military is said to have launched rockets across Ukraine.
CNN today reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have just released a video saying that they have removed a number of Russian military vehicles in the village of Oleksandrivka, located south of the city of Izium in Kharkiv province and controlled by Russian forces. control. In the video, there are several Russian military vehicles on fire.
A Russian military vehicle catches fire in the village of Oleksandrivka in eastern Ukraine in a video released by the Armed Forces of Ukraine
The Ukrainian armed forces did not specify where or when the video was filmed. CNN says that it has determined the authenticity of the video and has located the incident in Oleksandrivka.
On May 1, the Ukrainian Armed Forces wrote on the messaging app Telegram that Russian forces from Kharkiv province were moving southward and into Oleksandrivka.
Ukrainian army air strikes 2 Russian military posts on Snake Island?
In addition, the Armed Forces of Ukraine claimed to have used unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to strike at least two Russian military posts on Zmiinyi (Snake Island) island currently controlled by Russian forces, according to CNN today. now 4.5.
It is not clear when the incident happened, but the Southern Operations Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine released a video of the airstrike on May 3. CNN has located where the video was shot and determined the authenticity of the video.
The strike appeared to target an area between a building and a communications tower, and another area that appeared to contain ammunition and explosives. Several explosions were seen following the first explosion in the second area. There is no information on the Russian side’s reaction to the above statement by the Ukrainian side.
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Ukraine says Russia launches rockets all over the country
Russia launched missiles at many areas across Ukraine on the evening of May 3 (local time), as fierce fighting escalated in eastern Ukraine, according to news website. The Kyiv Independent today 4.5.
Also follow The Kyiv Independent, 18 Russian missiles hit many infrastructure sites in Ukraine. Ukraine’s military said its air defenses shot down eight other missiles launched by Russia.
The Kyiv Independent Oleksandr Kamyshin, CEO of the Ukrainian railway company Ukrzaliznytsia, said that Russian forces had attacked six train stations in central and western Ukraine.
The areas targeted include Zakarpattia province located in the westernmost part of Ukraine and it is reported that this is the first time that this province has suffered a direct attack from Russian forces since the outbreak of hostilities on February 24. Kyiv Independent.
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Moldova breakaway almost attacked
The Interior Service of the breakaway Transnistria region of Moldova recently announced that it had discovered an attempt to carry out a terrorist attack in the village of Mayak using a drone containing explosives.
“Intent to carry out a terrorist attack in the Mayak community. Since the blasts last weekend, radio and television security has been tightened. Last night (May 2), while patrolling the area of Transnistria radio and television station, border guards discovered an unmanned aircraft. It has been disabled,” the Transnistria Interior Service said on the Telegram messaging app. The agency also confirmed that the drone was carrying explosives, according to TASS news agency.
Earlier, a senior general in the Russian army publicly said that the goal of the second phase of Russia’s “special military operation” was to control southern Ukraine and from there to access Transnistria. This statement immediately caused concern about the risk of hostilities spreading beyond Ukraine, and Moldova could become a new flashpoint in tensions between Russia and the West.
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US President calls for quick aid to Ukraine
U.S. president Joe Biden recently visited the Javelin missile factory and praised its workers for helping Ukraine’s defense.
“These weapons are in your hands and in the hands of Ukrainian heroes who are making a difference,” said President Biden at Lockheed Martin’s Javelin anti-tank missile assembly facility in Troy. State of Alabama on May 3.
Russia is about to make a rare move at the United Nations?
In a rare move, diplomats have revealed that Russia will boycott a meeting of the United Nations Security Council with the European Union’s Political and Security Committee (PSC) scheduled to take place. today 4.5.
Moscow’s decision is related to Russia’s military operation in Ukraine, according to AFP, citing a Russian diplomatic source. A Western diplomat told AFP they have no memory of Russia boycotting a United Nations Security Council meeting since it launched its military operation in Ukraine on February 24.
Moscow’s boycott of the meeting is the latest sign that relations between Russia and its partners at the United Nations have deteriorated since Russia launched its military campaign.
Speaking at a press conference on May 3, US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said that the UN Security Council has had “extraordinary success” in “isolating Russia” since Russia launched the war. military service, according to AFP. There is currently no information on Russia’s response.