The Russo-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 327 of the Invasion | Ukraine

  • The death toll in Rossi Rocket attack on a residential building in Dnipro she has rose to 30According to Ukrainian officials. President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his latest book Tabuk The list of dead includes 30 people, including a 15-year-old girl. At least 73 people were injured and 39 rescued as of Sunday noon. The Dnipro city government said 43 people were still missing. “The chances of saving people now are slim,” Dnipro Mayor Boris Filatov told Reuters. I think the death toll will be in the dozens.”

  • Claiming responsibility for missile strikes across Ukraine, On Sunday, the Russian Defense Ministry said it had achieved its goal. A ministry statement posted on Telegram said: “All identified targets have been hit. The objective of the attack has been achieved.” But she did not mention the attack on the Dnipro apartment building.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin told Russian state television that what he calls the “special military operation” in Ukraine has gained positive momentum. “The dynamic is positive,” he told Russia 1 state television. “Everything is developing within the framework of the plan of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff.” Putin said he hoped the soldiers would score more victories after Russia claimed control of the eastern Ukrainian salt-mining town of Solidar – a claim disputed by Kyiv.

  • Battle tanks from German industrial reserves wanted by Ukraine It will not be ready for delivery until 2024. The warning from arms maker Rheinmetall will dampen Kyiv’s hopes that the UK’s promise to deliver Challenger 2 tanks will encourage other European countries to quickly follow suit. “Even if the decision to send Leopard tanks to Kyiv comes tomorrow, the delivery will take until the beginning of next year,” Armin Papperger, CEO of Rheinmetall, told Bild am Sonntag.

  • The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom confirmed that the country will provide 14 Challenger 2 main battle tanks and other advanced artillery support to Ukraine in the coming weeks. Downing Street said Rishi Sunak made the pledge during a Saturday morning call with Volodymyr Zelensky as evidence of the UK’s “ambition to step up our support for Ukraine”. The Russian embassy in Britain said the move would only “intensify” the conflict.

  • The UK’s foreign secretary said “now is the time to hurry up and move forward and faster” in giving Ukraine the support it needs. in A column in British tabloid The Sun on SundayJames Cleverly wrote that the Russian army was on the defensive and morale among his troops was pathetic, blaming the “shameful state of Russian military logistics”.

  • The NATO chief said Ukraine could expect more heavy weapons deliveries from Western countries soon. “The recent pledges of heavy war equipment are important – and I expect many more in the near future,” Jens Stoltenberg told German daily Handelsblatt on Sunday. Western allies will consider sending battle tanks to Kyiv ahead of a meeting in Ramstein, Germany, next Friday where governments are expected to announce their latest pledges of military support.

  • The Belarusian Security Council said on Sunday that the joint air exercises with Russia, which are scheduled to begin on Monday, were purely defensive in nature. It will focus on reconnaissance missions and how to thwart a potential attack. “The exercises are purely defensive in nature,” said Pavel Muraviko, first deputy foreign minister in the Belarusian Security Council, according to a post on the Belarusian Ministry of Defense’s Telegram app on Sunday. “It will be a set of measures to prepare our aviation and the Russian aviation to carry out the relevant combat missions.”

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