Russo-Ukrainian War: List of major events, date 319 | Russo-Ukrainian War
As the Russo-Ukrainian war enters its 319th day, let’s take a look at the main developments.
Here is the current situation on Sunday, January 8, 2023:
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared unilateral ceasefire Russian President Vladimir Putin’s order on Orthodox Christmas has failed.
“They said something about a hypothetical ceasefire, but in reality Russian shells hit Bakhmut and other Ukrainian positions.
The founder of Russia’s most famous mercenary group, Wagner, said he wanted his forces and the Russian regular army to capture the town of Bakhmut because it possessed “underground cities” that could house troops. soldiers and tanks.
Russian air defenses shot down a drone on Saturday over a breakwater near Sevastopol – the naval base of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet – the city’s governor appointed by Russia said.
President Putin praised the Russian Orthodox Church for supporting Moscow’s forces fighting in Ukraine in his Christmas message.
The UK government says justice ministers from around the world will gather in London, UK in March to boost international support for the International Criminal Court in criminal investigations. alleged war in Ukraine.
The United States will provide more than $3.75 billion in military assistance to Ukraine and countries affected by Russia’s invasion, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Friday.
The United States is committed to providing Kiev Bradley fighting vehicle the first is exactly what Ukraine needed, Zelenskyy said.
Ukraine has placed dozens of Russian artists and other famous figures on the sanctions list, including names from the worlds of cinema, pop and opera, such as Vienna-based singer Anna Netrebko.
Ukraine will need at least 1.79 billion dollars A United Nations telecommunications agency said on Friday that Russia had “completely destroyed or seized” networks in parts of the country to restore its telecommunications sector to pre-war levels.
Industry sources say the cost of chartering ships to transport cargo from the Black Sea has increased by more than a fifth since the start of the year, reflecting a higher rate of war risk insurance.