Monday, November 28, 2022

Ukraine-Russia War

The Pentagon Sending Kyiv $400M Defense Support

The White House announced on Nov. 23 that Washington is sending more security assistance worth 400M dollars to brave Ukrainians, including advanced weapons and generators, thus moving up a gear from its own inventories to expeditiously deliver the critical...

Moscow Heavily Strikes Ukrainian Grid with Missile Barrages

On Wednesday, Moscow carried out fresh air attacks against Ukrainian energy infrastructure, with Russian troops seemingly determined on imposing distress on innocent Ukrainian people at the start of the winter season. Nuclear facilities went offline amid strikes. It is...

US Army Considers Weapons Contracts for Arms to Support Kyiv

The United States Army is weighing which weapon programs are appropriate for multi-year contracts should the U.S. Congress pass these authorities to stock supplies delivered to war-torn Ukraine. The chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Forces, Jack...

Russia’s Massive Missile Strikes Caused Power Outage in Ukraine

According to the spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, air raid sirens were heard and blasts rang out around all major Ukrainian cities as Moscow Armed Forces pounded Ukrainian territory and energy infrastructure with its biggest and most devastating...

US DoD Announces $400M in Security Aid for Ukraine

On November 10, the Pentagon announced the authorization of a Presidential Drawdown of weapons and military equipment valued at about 400M dollars to boost the Ukrainian defense against Moscow’s aggression. According to the DOD press release, the recent approval...

Ukraine’s Capital Still Struggling Even After Moscow’s Pullout

More than half a year after Moscow troops withdrew from the towns and villages around the Ukrainian Capital city, citizens of those communities are still struggling to reconstruct their lives. According to local officials, around one million residents, nearly...

Kyiv Warns of Further Attacks on Critical Infrastructure

On Sunday, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine, cautioned against likely Moscow attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure, while the mayor of the Ukrainian capital urged the people living there to consider briefly leaving the city if it lost electricity...

Russia’s Putin Publicly Approves Pull Out from Kherson Region

On Friday, Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, publicly approved the removal of civilian residents from the southern Ukrainian province of Kherson due to conflicting information about a curfew being enforced in the Kremlin-occupied region. According to media reports,...

US Defense Secretary Says Kyiv Can Regain Kherson from Moscow

On Thursday, Lloyd Austin, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine is capable of regaining the Kherson region from Moscow forces, in what would be a significant loss for Moscow in its large-scale and...

President Biden Raised His Voice During a Phone Call with Ukraine’s Zelenskyy

Joe Biden, the President of America, lost his temper with the Ukrainian leader during a phone-call in July when he requested for additional defense support, according to sources familiar with the conversation. The United States President normally hold a...

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