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Ukraine, which has been battling Russian attacks for more than three months, has won a significant victory in the Black Sea. Troubled by Ukraine’s relentless attacks on its warships and naval bases, Russian forces have evacuated Snack Island in the Black Sea. This would end the Russian blockade on exports from Ukrainian ports.
Moscow, on the other hand, claimed that it had vacated Snack Island as a goodwill gesture. Meanwhile, the US has announced an additional $800 million aid to Ukraine as military cooperation.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said it was withdrawing from the island in order not to interfere with the humanitarian aid program in Ukraine. On the other hand, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s Chief of Staff Andrey Yermak tweeted – Russian forces have had to flee as a result of the artillery and missile attacks.
Russia, on the other hand, on Thursday stepped up attacks in eastern Ukraine after NATO agreed to modernize Ukrainian forces. The Russian army is trying to evacuate people from Lisichansk. Russian forces and Ukrainian separatists have captured 95 percent of Luhansk and half of Donysk.
Putin warns Finland and Sweden on military preparedness
Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned after the NATO summit that Russia will react if Finland and Sweden deploy NATO troops or build military structures on their territory. Meanwhile, on the other hand, according to Ukrainian intelligence, Moscow has released 144 Ukrainian soldiers. Last month, 2,500 Ukrainian soldiers surrendered to Russian forces.
2 killed in attack on Mykoliv’s building
Russian forces attacked a building in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykoliv. Two Ukrainian civilians were killed and 3 were injured in the attack. Its governor Vitaly Kim said it was not yet clear whether the attack was carried out with a bomb or a missile.
British military experts sent to Bosnia-Herzegovina
Britain has said it is sending military experts to Bosnia-Herzegovina to counter Russian influence and strengthen its NATO mission. The British PM said, Russia wants to reverse the gains of the last three decades in these countries by fanning the fire of separatism, but Britain will not allow this to happen.
British entrepreneur of Indian origin will help the war affected
London. Lord Raj Lumba, an Indian-origin entrepreneur in the UK, has announced to raise funds to help war-affected families. They will deposit about 60 thousand pounds to start a new life for the people who have been displaced from Ukraine and returned to Britain.
“We will give 100 vouchers to help displaced women and their dependents from Ukraine, so that they can buy clothes and essentials from shops here,” Lumba said. His Lumba Foundation has already been working to help the displaced.