On Sunday, local Luhansk officials said Russian Armed Forces shelled residential areas and a school in Ukraine’s East even as the authorities implored civilians there to ‘flee the region before it is too late.’
According to UK’s Intelligence update, Russian bombardment has sustained in the Luhansk and Donetsk areas, with the Ukrainian military resisting several attacks resulting in the devastation of Russian vehicles, tanks and equipment. Furthermore, Moscow’s constant confidence in unguided bombs cuts their capability to discriminate when conducting launches while significantly swelling the risk of more civilian casualties.
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Russian forces prior use of phosphorous munitions in the Donetsk Oblast raises the possibility of their future employment in Mariupol as fighting for the city intensifies.
— Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) April 11, 2022
Serhiy Haidai, the Governor of Luhansk Oblast, said three residential structures in Severodonetsk burned down, and two elderly people had to be vacated, but there’re no casualties. Additionally, Valentyn Reznichenko, the Governor of Dnipro, a city on the Dnieper River in central Ukraine, said that Moscow troops hit targets across the area, injuring one individual.
Ukrainian Railways officials declared new withdrawal routes but voiced fears that the Russian military rocket attack on Friday on a Kramatorsk railway station that took the lives of at least 52 people might be scaring off some Ukrainian people from trying to escape the area by rail.
Furthermore, the continuing Putin-led military assault on Ukraine’s East was in marked contrast to the scene in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. On Saturday, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine, and Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, strolled through streets that Moscow just controlled or were under near-constant attacks before Russia withdrew its forces to concentrate its operations in the southeastern Ukrainian region of Donbass.
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The British PM said his country would send one-hundred and twenty armored fighting vehicles and anti-ship missiles (AShM) to Kyiv, the portion of Europe’s continuing military aid to embattled Ukraine, short of deploying forces to fight alongside the Ukrainian military.
The Ukrainian leader has continued to contend that Europe isn’t doing enough to help Kyiv, but the U.S. National Security Advisor of the U.S., Jake Sullivan, defended what it has done. Sullivan said on the ‘State of the Union’ show of CNN that the scale, speed, and scope to equip the Ukrainian forces is unparalleled. He said that America would continue to demonstrate around the globe to support Ukraine.
Moreover, Sullivan said Moscow misjudged in its 24th February brutal incursion in thinking it would be greeted with open arms into Zelenskyy’s Ukraine. But he added: what they’ve learned is that the besieged Ukraine would never be subject to Putin’s Russia.
With its strategies disenchanted for a quick seizure of the post-Soviet country, Moscow has named a new Commander for its continuing attacks in Ukraine’s Eastern areas, a military leader American officials express has a record of cruelty against Syrian people and other conflict zones. The United States Officials identified the new Russian Forces Commander for Ukraine as Gen. Alexander Dvornikov, a man with a history of targeting civilians.