The Strategic Communications Center of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on the telegram that the Russian military is “advancing its information and psychological operations ।” To bring down the morale of the Ukrainians and mislead the community ( including its own population ), Russian campaigners are spreading misinformation.
The Russia-Ukraine war is becoming increasingly fierce। Meanwhile, Russia claims to have killed 250 Ukraine soldiers in its occupied Donetsk region। According to Russia, it has also flown 16 tanks and 21 armored combat vehicles and three pedestrian vehicles। You will also be surprised by the answer Magar Kiev has given to it। In response to Russia’s claim, Kiev said “enjoy”… Now you must be thinking that the country whose soldiers kill the enemy and do great harm, how can he say such a thing। In fact, Ukraine has rejected Russia’s claim by saying so.
The Ukrainian military says the Russian report was part of a misinformation campaign, as Kiev was preparing for an anticipated counter-attack। While the Russian Ministry of Defense claimed on Sunday that his army thwarted major attacks by the Ukrainian army in those two provinces of Ukraine, Which Moscow has illegally occupied। Magar Kiev rejected Russia’s claim। Russia’s Ministry of Defense said in a rare video released on Monday morning that its military “massed” at five points in Donetsk province of eastern Ukraine on Sunday” Put the attack on the backfoot। It is one of the four regions that President Vladimir Putin has claimed as Russian territory। However, Donetsk is partially controlled by Moscow.
Russia claims to fail enemy targets
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said, “The enemy’s goal was the weakest in his opinion। In the area of the front the enemy wanted to attack our defensive armor and break it। But he could not achieve his goal। Konashenkov said that the enemies did not succeed in this and 250 of his soldiers were killed, and 16 Ukrainian tanks, Three infantry fighting vehicles and 21 armored combat vehicles were destroyed। While Ukraine is saying “enjoy silence” on Russia’s claim”। Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksi Reznikov responded to Russia by posting a secret message on Twitter, “Enjoy the silence” ।
Russian official said fight continues
While Russia’s Vladimir Rogov, an officer established in Moscow in the province of Zaporizhia, southeast Ukraine, said on Sunday that Kiev’s army also attempted to break Russian security there, But they were repulsed after moving 400 meters ( less than a quarter mile ) into Russia-occupied territory। Rogov said, active hostility resumed early Monday, adding that “the enemy exerted even greater strength in the attack than yesterday।” The new attempt to break the front line was “more large-scale and organized,” he said, “a battle is underway।” Ukrainian authorities did not confirm the attacks.
- Ongoing Conflict: The conflict in eastern Ukraine between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists supported by Russia has continued. Despite ceasefire agreements, sporadic clashes and exchanges of fire have persisted, resulting in casualties and further destabilization of the region.
- Diplomatic Efforts: Diplomatic efforts to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict have continued, involving negotiations and mediation from various actors. The Normandy Format, which includes Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and France, has been one avenue for dialogue, though progress has been limited.
- Humanitarian Impact: The conflict has had a significant humanitarian impact on the affected regions. Thousands of people have been killed, and many more have been displaced from their homes. Humanitarian organizations have been working to provide assistance and support to those affected by the conflict.
- International Involvement: The international community has remained engaged in the conflict. Western nations, including the United States and European Union, have continued to condemn Russia’s actions and have imposed sanctions on Russia. Support has been provided to Ukraine in the form of military assistance, economic aid, and political backing.
- Russian Troop Buildup: In early 2021, reports emerged of a significant Russian troop buildup near the Ukrainian border, raising concerns about a potential escalation of the conflict. While tensions eased after international calls for de-escalation, the situation remains fluid and subject to change.
- Cyberattacks and Disinformation: Cyberattacks and disinformation campaigns have been ongoing aspects of the conflict. There have been allegations of state-sponsored hacking and information warfare targeting various entities, including government institutions, media outlets, and critical infrastructure.
- International Observers: The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has deployed Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) observers to Ukraine to monitor and report on the situation on the ground. Their reports provide valuable insights into the dynamics of the conflict.