On February 24, Russia attacked Ukraine. It is now the 27th day of a full-scale war. These are the key events of the day that we have selected for you today
- In the Kyiv region, the Ukrainian Armed Forces liberated Makariv village from the russian occupants.
- During the fighting in Mariupol, the Azov Regiment destroyed four occupants’ tanks and several units of their armoured vehicles.
- Ukrainian fighters shot down one of the russian оrcs planes that had been destroying Mariupol in recent weeks.
- Russians fired long-range missiles at Lozova in the Kharkiv region. They hit private houses, a school and a kindergarten. Eight casualties are known so far.
- The head of the Okhtyrka district council, Serhiy Kyrychko, was released after a week of captivity by the russian occupants.
- The air defence forces shot down an occupants’ drone and two combat jets in the Slobozhansky direction.
- smoke was seen over the Russian embassy in Warsaw. The same thing happened in Kyiv a week before the Russian invasion.
- The occupants shelled Brovary: a shell hit the territory of one of the factories, damaging seven buses and outbuildings.
- Ruissians shelled the Obolon district of Kyiv. As a result, a man was killed, and three others were wounded.
- In Kherson, people again came out for a peaceful demonstration against the occupants. Russians used tear gas to disperse them.
- During the battle, the Ukrainian military captured the head of the information and psychological counteraction group of one of the russian orсs military units.
- In the Vinnytsia and Mykolaiv areas, two enemy Iskander cruise missiles were shot down.
- The Cabinet of Ministers has simplified the passage of humanitarian aid from abroad. Thus, only one document is needed to import humanitarian aid — a declaration.
- France sent 11 fire engines, 16 ambulances and 49 tons of medical equipment to Ukraine.
On February 24, Russia attacked Ukraine. We continue to follow the development of the situation. If you have information about Russian troops movement or any other information you want to share with us, email us via [email protected] or text in telegram on @JavelinSt. For particularly sensitive data – reach out, we will send more encrypted channels.
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