Russian missile assaults on Kryvyi Rih resulted in at least two fatalities and numerous injuries, according to Ukraine’s interior minister. According to the regional governor, a Ukrainian drone struck a police station overnight in the border region of Briansk, Russia, but no one was hurt.
According to Sergey Shoigu, the Russian minister of defense, Western weaponry does not result in victory on the battlefield; rather, it just serves to prolong the struggle.
“Obviously, the supplied Western weapons do not lead to success on the battlefield, but only prolong the military conflict,” Shoigu said during a conference call with senior Russian army officers.
In the previous month, Ukrainian troops lost more than 20,000 soldiers and more than 2,000 weaponry units, including 10 Leopard tanks, according to Shoigu.
The NATO countries donated numerous billions of dollars to the Kyiv government, but the Kremlin’s spokesperson, Dmitry Peskov, claimed that these funds were being used “ineffectively and aimlessly” and that Ukraine’s efforts were not progressing as anticipated.
He continued by saying that as a result, Kyiv was turning to “acts of desperation,” like the Sunday drone strike on Moscow’s financial center.
In an incident on Kryvyi Rih, at least four people were killed and 43 others were hurt, including a 10-year-old child, according to Oleksiy Kuleba, deputy head of the Ukrainian president’s office. “Local and regional administrations provide all required services on-site. The headquarters for the humanitarian effort has been set up, Kuleba stated on Telegram. “Russian militants fire on Ukrainian cities every day. Kharkiv, Sumy, Zaporizhzhia, and Dnipro. This only applies to the recent days. In Kherson, he said, there was one fatality and four injuries.
“There are 37 square kilometers of vacant land in the direction of Bakhmut, of which two square kilometers were freed in a week. “There is a 204.7 square kilometer vacant space. grew by 12.6 square kilometers in a week. Retaking a number of villages and making headway on the sides of Bakhmut, which Russian forces gained in May, according to Ukrainian officials, is slow progress in the planned counteroffensive.
On a number of occasions in the last 24 hours, according to the governor of Russia’s Belgorod region, settlements have come under fire from Ukraine. Twelve artillery munitions were launched toward the village of Shchetinovka in the Belgorod area, according to Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov’s Telegram post.
“The UAV dropped nine grenades into the settlement of Zhuravlevka…The settlements of Bogun-Gorodok and Lozovaya Rudka in the Borisovsky district experienced mortar fire; nine and seven arrivals, respectively, were noted. There were no repercussions.