On all fronts, Russia’s offensives in Ukraine have come to a halt: UK
On March 17th, London. There are no more Russian offensives in Ukraine, according to the UK Defense Ministry’s latest assessment of the ongoing conflict between Moscow and Kyiv.
There has been “little advance on land, sea or air in recent days, and they continue to suffer huge losses,” the BBC reported.
With their combat operations had been “ineffective,” the Ukrainian military claims that Russia has now shifted to aerial attacks including bombing and shelling civilian populations.
As of now, Moscow has recorded the deaths of around 500 troops, but US intelligence assesses that the figure is much higher.
General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces says Russian bombs continue to fall on civilians in Ukraine.
On Facebook, Ukraine’s armed forces said Russia’s “inadequate” military actions on the ground mean that it is now focusing on airstrikes on infrastructure and densely populated areas in Ukrainian cities.
Ten enemy planes have been downed in the air and on the ground, according to Ukraine, which claims to be winning engagements in both the air and land.
According to the report, Russians are attacking Ukraine’s online communications in an “insidious” manner by launching cyberattacks, sabotaging broadcast facilities, and disseminating erroneous information about the invasion.
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