Russia claims to have destroyed Ukraine's air defence system over the past week to gain air dominance in Ukraine. Russia has now opened a new front to the east.
Russia claims to have destroyed Ukraine's air defence system over the past week to gain air dominance in Ukraine. Russia has now opened a new front to the east. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian forces responded well to Russia. Ukraine saved other important cities from Russian occupation, including the Ukrainian capital. Russia's failure to establish full air dominance over Ukraine has hampered its ability to provide air defence to its ground forces.
Their progress slowed down, and they began to suffer heavy losses. According to Maj, Russia has destroyed four S-300 air defence systems using cruise missiles. Gen. Iger Konashnakov, a spokesman for Russia's Defense Ministry. Twenty-five Ukrainian soldiers were also killed in Sunday's attack. Air defence systems were supplied to Ukraine from Europe. Last week, Slovakia delivered Soviet-made S-300 systems to Ukraine; Slovakia says it has no evidence that Russia destroyed the system. Russia's emphasis in Ukraine is on bombing from the air. Many cities in Ukraine have been devastated. Russia is also embroiled in a political and economic dilemma. Russia has also been accused of committing war crimes.
Russia is now re-aligning pieces in the eastern Donbas region. Russia-backed rebels have been fighting Ukrainian forces since 2014. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Zielinski has called for more help from the West.
Ukraine warns of thousands killed in Russia's attack on Mariupol
Ukraine is angry that Russia has not stopped its aggression. Addressing lawmakers in South Korea, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said, "Mariupol was destroyed. Thousands of civilians died there; Russia has not stopped the attack. The news agency reports that there was a lot of destruction in Mariupol. However, Zelensky has expressed scepticism about the claims of civilians killed. If the death toll were so high, it would be one of the deadliest places in the war. On Monday, talks with Russia have created a human corridor from Mariupol; However, Russia has allowed only private vehicles to pass through. Government vehicles and public transport vehicles are denied permission.