Drone footage exhibits pictures of a Russian tank being destroyed by a Ukrainian armoured car in a single single shot. The profitable strike came about in Rubizhne, 40 miles from Luhansk, an space the place the intensification of Russian troops has considerably elevated following the deployment of Russian forces from the capital Kyiv.
Video exhibits pictures of a Ukrainian tank taking pictures through a demolished building and efficiently placing a Russian armoured car with a single shot.
The footage begins by displaying pictures of the Ukrainian tank shifting up the streets of town of Rubizhne.
After focusing on the Russian tank, the pictures present the Ukrainian armoured car opening hearth, taking pictures through a building, and efficiently destroying the Russian car.
The video follows stories from Ukraine that appear to substantiate that the presence of Russian troops within the southeast areas of Ukraine has elevated considerably.
Reports appear to even have been confirmed by the UK Military of Defence, which this morning confirmed that preventing in south Ukraine, notably within the Donbas area, have intensified.
Same claims have additionally been verified by President Zelensky himself, who mentioned: “Intensity of fireside by Russian troops has elevated considerably.”
The Ukrainian President mainly refers to southeast regions of Ukraine, where Russian troops have been pushing through with renewed efforts to advance.
Southeast regions of Ukraine represent a central target for Russian troops as if occupied would allow Russian troops to unify the region of Donbas, already recognised as Russian, with the annexed Crimea, as well as take full control of the eastern areas of the country.
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As explained by military analysts such as US Major General James “Spider” Marks while speaking on CNN last week, such a plan in the southeast of Ukraine could potentially allow Russia to create a clear division between the western side of Ukraine and the eastern one.
Updates from Ukraine seem to confirm that over 500,000 people have been deported “without agreement’ to Russia.
The statement comes from the head of the Ukrainian Parliament’s humanitarian committee Mykyta Poturayev, who this morning addressed members of the European parliament claiming: “Half a million of Ukrainian citizens were deported to the Russian Federation without agreement from their side”.
Following the updates and evidence that seem to show intensification of Russian troops in the Ukrainian territory, President Zelensky has asked Western leaders to provide further military to support Ukrainian fighters and civilians.
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He stated: “If Ukraine had same weapons as Russia, the war would have ended by now”.
In light of the request and recent updates, US President Joe Biden has confirmed he will be delivering additional weapons to Ukrainian troops.
Similar stance has been taken by Norway defence minister Bjørn Arild Gram, who has confirmed Norway’s intention to send 100 mistral air defence missiles to Ukraine.
In light of the latest updates from Ukraine, Finland’s parliament has this morning opened the debate on whether joining NATO.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said the country would decide “quite fast and within weeks”.