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The conflict intensifies and the Ukrainians claim to have received British troops

Posted on 04/17/2022 06:00

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At a time when conflicts are escalatingAs Russian attacks on strategic cities in Ukraine intensify, the news could turn the climate even more severe inside and outside the region. British troops may have worked on behalf of the Ukrainians on the ground in Kiev – marking the first direct involvement of NATO member forces in the conflict.

In an interview with the English daily The TimesSaid two Ukrainian commanders Capital forces Trained with the British Army. On the same day, without mentioning the declaration, the Russian government announced that it was barring entry into the territory of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

According to officers from two Ukrainian battalions, British special forces had gone to the area to use an accidental maneuver to deal with the next-generation Anti-Light Tank (NLAW). Before help, Ukrainian militants sought the help of videos on the Internet.

“We had to go to YouTube to learn in five to seven minute lessons (…), after which we got good training,” said Captain Yuri Myronenko, whose battalion was camped in the Obolon area on the northern outskirts of Kiev.

British officials are said to have been in Ukraine two weeks ago and trained the Ukrainians “very well”, Myronenko said. “We have won. Now we have confidence,” he told the Times. The Ukrainian military has more than 3,600 weapons, which helped prevent Russian tank attacks, officials said. This information was confirmed by the second commander of the Ukrainian Special Forces, Schiff.

According to a British newspaper, the army’s 112th Battalion attached to its unit received training last week. “They’re good guys, Englishmen,” said Schiff’s deputy commander, nicknamed the Bear. “They invited us to come and see them when the war was over,” he revealed. These demands have not been confirmed by the UK Ministry of Defense, which, according to the old conference, says it has not commented on special measures.

“Calculation Errors”

The presence of British troops in the country is not new: troops were sent after the invasion of Crimea in 2014, but were withdrawn last February to avoid direct confrontation with Russia, which includes NATO in the current conflict. Earlier last month, Boris Johnson announced that there were no circumstances to justify NATO’s direct involvement in the war in Eastern Europe. “It is very important to understand that NATO is a defensive alliance. It is a time of miscalculations and misunderstandings,” he said at the time.

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The Prime Minister and other British officials were banned from entering Russian territory yesterday. “The move is in response to unrestricted information and political propaganda aimed at deliberately isolating Russia and strangling our economy,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Last month, US President Joe Biden was targeted by a similar decision.

A British government spokesman responded: “The United Kingdom and its international partners are united in condemning the Russian government’s reprehensible actions in Ukraine and calling on the Kremlin to end the war. We are committed to supporting Ukraine.” Earlier this month, Boris Johnson met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky in Kiev and pledged “unwavering support”.

In a statement after the meeting, the British announced that they had pushed Russian forces out of the gates of Kiev in defiance of the Ukrainian conflict, achieving “the greatest armed achievement of the 21st century.” “Putin’s ambitious goals are being thwarted only by the steadfast leadership of President Zhelensky and the bravery and invincible courage of the Ukrainian people,” he declared.

Bombing Army Factory and Refinery

In fulfillment of its promise to intensify its offensive after losing its primary leadership in the Black Sea on Thursday, Russia attacked at least 10 Ukrainian regions yesterday – including another arms factory and oil refinery. At the end of the day, the Kremlin issued a new final warning to the Mariupol army to surrender – the first being done on the 20th. And Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky warned that the loss of the strategic city would “end any negotiations for peace.”

A successful industrial complex located in the Dornitsky district on the outskirts of the capital produces tanks and weapons. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, “ground weapons destroyed buildings from long-range, high-precision winds” in the factory. Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said at least one person was killed and several others were injured. “Our forces are doing their best to protect us, but the enemy is insidious and irreplaceable,” he stressed.

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A day earlier, a nearby arms factory had been destroyed. The site produced Neptune missiles, which, according to the Ukrainian military, were used to sink Russia’s main ship, the Moscow. Moscow says the ship was damaged by fire and a crew of about 500 were evacuated when explosives exploded. Yesterday, the Russian Ministry of Defense released a 30-second video showing the meeting between the captain of the navy and members of the crew.

In the midst of the Edition War, Lysiansk residents were surprised by an oil refinery fire caused by another Russian attack. The city is located in eastern Ukraine, an area where the Kremlin’s attacks have accumulated. “The Russians are planning to evacuate the rescuers. There is no fuel there. AFP reporters at the scene said that Lyczynsk and neighboring Severodonetsk were the daily targets of the Russian bombings.

Like Mariupol

Missile strikes and bombings took place yesterday in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, Krovohrat, Mykolyv and Kerson. Tensions are centered in Mariupol, where, according to Moscow, the entire city was captured by Russian forces. Russian spokesman Igor Konashenkov said: “There are still a few Ukrainian soldiers in the country.

According to the Ukrainian president, both forces are at a “dead end”. In an interview with Ukra├»nska Pravda, Zelensky stressed that “eliminating the military” would “end any peace talks.” “This is not a humanitarian crisis, food, water or medicine,” he added, accusing Russia of “rejecting” the creation of humanitarian corridors.

Zhelensky said he wanted a peace deal with Moscow with “two separate documents.” “One of them will be about security guarantees for Ukraine and the other will be directly related to its relations with Russia,” he explained.

Bombing Army Factory and Refinery

    (Credit: AFP)

Credit: AFP

In fulfillment of its promise to intensify its offensive after losing its primary leadership in the Black Sea on Thursday, Russia attacked at least 10 Ukrainian regions yesterday – including another arms factory and oil refinery. At the end of the day, the Kremlin issued a new final warning to the Mariupol army to surrender – the first being done on the 20th. And Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky warned that the loss of the strategic city would “end any negotiations for peace.”

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A successful industrial complex located in the Dornitsky district on the outskirts of the capital produces tanks and weapons. According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, “ground weapons destroyed buildings from long-range, high-precision winds” in the factory. Kiev Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said at least one person was killed and several others were injured. “Our forces are doing their best to protect us, but the enemy is insidious and irreplaceable,” he stressed.

A day earlier, a nearby arms factory had been destroyed. The site produced Neptune missiles, which, according to the Ukrainian military, were used to sink Russia’s main ship, the Moscow. Moscow says the ship was damaged by fire and a crew of about 500 were evacuated when explosives exploded. Yesterday, the Russian Ministry of Defense released a 30-second video showing the meeting between the captain of the navy and members of the crew.

In the midst of the Edition War, Lysiansk residents were surprised by an oil refinery fire caused by another Russian attack. The city is located in eastern Ukraine, an area where the Kremlin’s attacks have accumulated. “The Russians are planning to evacuate the rescuers. There is no fuel there. AFP reporters at the scene said that Lyczynsk and neighboring Severodonetsk were the daily targets of the Russian bombings.

Like Mariupol

Missile strikes and bombings took place yesterday in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, Krovohrat, Mykolyv and Kerson. Tensions are centered in Mariupol, where, according to Moscow, the entire city was captured by Russian forces. Russian spokesman Igor Konashenkov said: “There are still a few Ukrainian soldiers in the country.

According to the Ukrainian president, both forces are at a “dead end”. In an interview with Ukra├»nska Pravda, Zelensky stressed that “removing the army” would “end any peace talks.” “This is not a humanitarian crisis, food, water or medicine,” he added, accusing Russia of “rejecting” the creation of humanitarian corridors. Zhelensky said he wanted a peace deal with Moscow with “two separate documents.” “One of them will be about security guarantees for Ukraine and the other will be directly related to its relations with Russia,” he explained.