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Ukraine Independence Day: 6 months of war completed; Ukraine is celebrating Independence Day under the shadow of fear, President said – Russia can attack

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Independence Day In Ukraine

Highlights

  • Independence Day is celebrated in Ukraine on 24 August
  • An exhibition of destroyed tanks is set up in Kyiv
  • Ukraine fears Russian attack

Ukraine Independence Day: Ukraine celebrated its Independence Day on Wednesday amid the ongoing war with Russia, which also marks six months since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The residents of Kyiv woke up on Wednesday morning after hearing sirens. Authorities have banned large gatherings in the capital because of fears that Russia may carry out bombings in view of the national holiday. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has urged people to be vigilant. Zelensky said in a statement, “There is a risk of provocation by Russia and a barbaric attack. Please strictly follow the safety rules. Pay attention to the siren. Pay attention to official announcements. Remember – we will all win together.

Exhibition of destroyed tanks held in Kyiv

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Exhibition of destroyed tanks held in Kyiv

A small number of residents gathered in the busy Kyiv area, where destroyed Russian tanks and mobile artillery were displayed over the weekend, and the national anthem is played every day at 7 a.m. local time. “I can’t sleep at night because of what I see and hear about what’s happening in Ukraine,” said retired soldier Tetyana. This is not war. This is the destruction of the people of Ukraine.” Wednesday is a holiday to commemorate Ukraine’s independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. “Six months ago, Russia declared war on February 24,” Zelensky said in an Independence Day message. Explosions and gunshots were heard throughout Ukraine. On February 24th, we were told, you have no chance. On 24 August we are saying: Happy Ukraine Independence Day.

Ukraine blamed for the death of Alexander Dugin’s daughter

A car bombing outside Moscow on Saturday killed the 29-year-old daughter of right-wing Russian political analyst Alexander Dugin, raising fears that Russia may intensify attacks on Ukraine this week. Russian authorities have blamed Ukraine for the death of nationalist Russian TV commentator Darya Dugina. The car bombing happened when Daria had attended a function with her father. The Ukrainian government has denied any involvement in the incident.

This war is not going to end so soon

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War In Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered thousands of troops to enter Ukraine on 24 February. Moscow’s army unexpectedly encountered strong resistance from Ukraine, and the six-month battle changed lives in Ukraine and severely affected the world economy. There is no sign of an early end to the conflict, with the war entering its 182nd day. Russia now has large parts of the country’s east and south, but its edge is weakening day by day. No country has disclosed how many casualties it has suffered during the six-month conflict. US officials said their country could announce about $3 billion in additional aid to train the Ukrainian military and fight for years to come. Officials said the package will provide funds for three types of drones and other weapons, ammunition and equipment. The earlier supplies focused on Ukraine’s urgent needs for arms and ammunition, and the US already had stocks that could be shipped quickly.

Russia bombed the cities of Nikopol and Marhanets in the last 24 hours

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Building Destroyed In the war

On the war front, Russia’s offensive in eastern Ukraine continues. In the past 24 hours, Russian security forces have attacked several towns and villages in Donetsk province, killing one person and injuring two others. The officials of Donetsk province gave this information. In the Dypropetrovsk region to the south, Russian forces bombed the cities of Nikopol and Marhanets, damaging several buildings. Dipropetrovsk governor Valentin Reznichenko said two people were injured in the attacks. Russian troops also opened fire in the city of Zaporizhzhya, damaging several buildings and other structures but with no casualties.

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