War in Ukraine: Moscow artillery is not enough to attack

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According to US military experts, the strength of Russia’s attack is not enough to conquer Sieverodonetsk

Selensky warns of even more violent Russian attacks on Ukraine

“Of course we expect Russia to step up its hostile activity this week,” Zelensky said in his video message that evening. This announcement is closely related to the candidate country’s status for EU accession, which is not well received in Russia, says WELT reporter Tatjana Ohm.

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Russian troops are still trying to encircle the city of Sjeverodonetsk in eastern Ukraine. However, according to the “Institute for the Study of War”, little progress is currently being made on this project. Meanwhile, Selensky warns of even more violent attacks. Overview.

RAccording to military experts, the predominance of Ussland in artillery armament is not enough to conquer the administrative center Sheverodonezk in eastern Ukraine. “Russia’s concentrated artillery capability, coupled with likely weakened infantry, remains insufficient to sustain Russian practices in Sieverodonetsk,” according to the latest analysis by the Institute for the Study of War (ISW). Russian troops continued to fight for control of the city, but made little progress on Sunday.

According to experts, Russia is likely to continue its efforts to encircle the former city and cut off supplies to the remaining Ukrainian forces, which are largely hidden in the Azot chemical plant. However, little progress is currently being made on this project. In addition, Moscow is preparing an offensive Slovenian before. The Slovyansk-Kramatorsk region is considered the center of the Ukrainian defense forces in the Donbas region.

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According to ISW, Moscow itself is defending the success of its invasion by continuing to talk about a “special military operation” instead of a war. This prevents Russia from mobilizing to build more forces. In addition, the Kremlin lacks legal means to punish soldiers who refuse to be deployed.

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Ukrainian authorities on Monday admitted the loss of the village of Metyolkine, southeast of Sieverodonetsk. “Control over Metyolkin near Sierodonetsk has been lost,” Serhiy Haiday, the military governor of the Luhansk region in eastern Ukraine, said on his Telegram channel.

Sieverodonetsk’s sister city, Lysychansk, on the west bank of the Seversky Donetsk River, has also reportedly come under fire. Evacuation operations for civilians took place in the city. According to Hajda, heavy fighting is also taking place around the suburbs of Toškivka and Ustynivka, “because the orcs want to break through there and have concentrated a large amount of military equipment there,” he wrote.

Ukrainian officials often use the derogatory term “goblins” from the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy for Russian troops.

One wounded in the resumption of shelling of the Russian border area

In western Russia Bryansk region According to official information, a man was injured during artillery fire on the border with Ukraine. “Location this morning Susemka was shelled by Ukrainian forces, “said Bryansk Governor Alexander Bogomas in his Telegram channel. One person was “injured” and several “objects” were damaged.

An employee of a local energy supplier should be injured. He suffered minor skin injuries from splinters. One family house and two apartment buildings were damaged. In addition, the municipality’s energy supply was partially paralyzed.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (left) and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz speak before a meeting at the Mariinsky Palace in Kiev on June 16, 2022. - This is the first time that leaders of three European Union countries have visited Kyiv since Russia's February 24 invasion of Ukraine.  (Photo: Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

Guessing in Eastern Europe

Russia, which launched an offensive war against Ukraine in February, has been lamenting weeks of shelling its own border areas. In this context, Bogomas’s formulation is spicy. “The shelling was retaliation,” but the source of the fire was quickly eliminated, the governor wrote. It follows that Ukraine was previously shelled from Russian territory.

Selensky warns of even more violent Russian attacks on Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, meanwhile, warns of even more violent Russian attacks on Ukraine. “Of course we expect Russia to increase its hostile activity this week,” Zelenskyj said in his evening video message on Sunday night. He added: “We are preparing. We are ready.”

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The Ukrainian president also reiterated the importance of the pending decision of EU member states on the possible status of his candidate country. Few decisions were “so fatal for Ukraine,” Zelenskyj said. “Only a positive decision is in the interest of the whole of Europe,” he added.

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