Putin’s warning to NATO

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Thursday the upcoming deployment of the new Sarmat heavy intercontinental missiles, and the massive delivery of Kinzhal and Tsirkon hypersonic missiles to the Armed Forces: “this popular holiday on Defender of the Fatherland Day symbolizes the heroic story of our Army and Navy, the indestructible relationship of all generations with their defenders”.

“We will dedicate special attention to the nuclear triad. This year the first launch facilities for Sarmat missile systems with the new heavy missile come into operational guard,” Putin said. Super-heavy intercontinental missiles of the SARMAT type, nicknamed Satan II by Western armies, are capable of launching multiple nuclear warheads .

the battle of bakhmut

Meanwhile, in the field of operations, the Ukrainian Army resists the advance of the Russian troops in Bakhmut, which threaten to tighten the siege on this stronghold of Donbas. The Ukrainian command acknowledged that “the enemy continues to attack the positions of our troops in the Bakhmut direction (…) It carries out active aerial reconnaissance to adjust its artillery fire.” And they added that twenty nearby towns were bombed in the last day.

British intelligence stated that “heavy fighting has continued in the Bakhmut sector, where Ukrainian forces maintain control of supply routes, despite Russia’s progressive tightening of the siege over the past six weeks” over the past 48 hours. .

As reported by the General Staff of the Ukrainian Army, the clashes in this city are carried out “street by street”, since control of the area would allow either side to have a safe corridor to transport weapons and soldiers. The capture of Bakhmut, besieged by Russian troops for more than seven months, would allow the Russian Army to advance towards Sloviansk and Kramatorsk, the main Ukrainian strongholds in the Donetsk region.

The Ukrainian command also noted an increase in Russian activities in the Kharkiv region, where the defenders repelled “attacks near Kupiansk, not far from neighboring Lugansk.”

5,000 missiles have fallen on the Ukraine.

The Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Oleksii Hromov, denounced that Russia has launched 5,000 missiles against his country over the past year. “Overall, since the beginning of the large-scale Russian armed aggression, the occupation forces have launched 5,000 missiles and 3,500 air strikes on the territory of Ukraine,” he said.

The Ukrainian military stressed that Ukrainians have suffered 1,100 drone attacks. “Due to the lack of high-precision missiles in their arsenal, Russian forces use Kh-22 anti-ship cruise missiles, so-called ‘aircraft carrier killers,’ to destroy Ukrainian civilian infrastructure,” he added, noting that over the last month the Ukrainians shot down six planes, two helicopters, 80 cruise missiles and 84 Russian drones.

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