Next 24 hours are crucial for Ukraine: Says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

The next 24 hours will be vital for the Ukraine, which has been invaded by Russia. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky informed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of this.

Notably, Ukrainian armed forces have resisted valiantly on three fronts against the overwhelming Russian invading forces. Russia incurred considerable casualties during the first four days of the invasion of Ukraine, according to the general staff of Ukraine's armed forces.

"As of 6 p.m. on February 27, projected loss of Russian personnel - around 4500 troopers, 150 tanks, over 700 armoured vehicles, 60 fuel tanks, 1 Buk system, 4 Grad systems, and 26 helicopters," according to the general staff of Ukraine's armed forces.

Interestingly, the Russian authorities have apparently admitted for the first time that they have suffered fatalities. Despite the fact that the Russian govt did not identify the number of deaths, sources claim that one of their top generals was killed in the invasion. During their invasion of Ukraine, Russian soldiers have not been able to achieve any substantial gains.

While Ukraine's capital, Kyiv, still remains tall, Ukrainian armed forces repelled an overwhelming Russian invasion in Kharkiv, the country's second-largest city, on Sunday.

Ukrainian soldiers damaged Russian tanks and armoured vehicles, causing huge damage to their equipment. The Ukrainian army in Kharkiv also seized a large number of Russian troops. According to the governor of Ukraine's Kharkiv, Ukrainian forces have regained complete control of the city. On the other side, Russian forces have failed to make any significant gains in the Donbas front, which is held by Ukrainian forces.

Meanwhile, the European Union (EU), inspired by the Ukrainian resistance, has pledged a supply of lethal weapons to the war-torn country. The US has already announced a military aid package worth 350 million dollars for Ukraine. Germany, on the other hand, has announced deadly aid to Ukraine, altering its long-standing policy of delivering armaments to conflict-affected countries.

Russia being pushed into World War III by West Countries, says Belarus President

War continues in Russia and Ukraine, many civilians including 14 children died

Dispute heated between Russia and Ukraine again, 4300 Russian soldiers killed in the attack

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -