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A Glimpse into the Russo-Ukrainian War: What We Know as of Day 334 of the Invasion

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  • Germany will not “get in the way” of Poland sending Leopard tanks to UkraineForeign Minister Analina Baerbock said in what appeared to be the clearest signal from Berlin that European allies could deliver German-made equipment. Asked in an interview with France’s LCI channel what would happen if Poland sent its Leopard 2 tanks without German approval, Berbock replied through an interpreter: “At the moment, question n is not asked, but if asked, we will. Don’t obstruct .». »

  • German Chancellor Olaf Schultz promised that Germany “will continue to support Ukraine – as long as necessary and comprehensively” Addendum: “Together as Europeans – in defense of the European peace project”. He told a German newspaper that Germany’s new defense minister, Boris Pistorius, plans to visit Ukraine soon.

  • Schulze said future decisions on arms deliveries would be made in coordination with allies, including the United States.. Under pressure to allow shipments of German-made tanks to Ukraine, the chancellor said all arms shipments to Ukraine to date had been carried out in close coordination with Western partners.

  • Poland has said it is ready to deliver 14 Leopard tanks to Kyiv but is waiting for a “clear statement” from Berlin, he told an interview with German Foreign Minister Analina Baerbock. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki criticized Germany’s failure to supply tanks to Ukraine. Germany’s position is unacceptable. Almost a year has passed since the start of the war. Innocent people die every day.

  • Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a surprise visit to UkraineHe said it was time to redouble our efforts and give the Ukrainians all the tools they need to finish the job. Downing Street said Rishi Sunak was “supportive” of Boris Johnson’s visit, despite warnings it would undermine the authority of the sitting prime minister.

  • On Sunday, French President Emmanuel Macron said he did not rule out the possibility of sending Leclerc tanks to Ukraine. As for the Leclercs, I’ve asked the Department of Defense to work on them. “Nothing is ruled out,” he said in a speech at a summit with German Chancellor Schulz.

  • Russia says it has made progress in Ukraine’s Zaporizhia region. After months of stalemate in the southeast, officials in Moscow say the front is now “mobile”. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military reported that 15 settlements were hit by artillery. “During the offensive operations in Zaporizhia, units of the Eastern Military District took more advantageous areas and positions,” the defense ministry said on Sunday.

  • Zelensky vowed that Ukraine would not tolerate corruption and promised major decisions on eradicating it this week. “I want to make it clear,” he said in his book, “There will be no going back to the way it was in the past, to the way many people close to state institutions or those who spent their lives chasing a used chair to live on.” Video title in NIGHT The European Union has made anti-corruption reforms one of its main requirements for Ukraine’s membership in the bloc, after granting Kyiv its candidate status last year.

  • The Norwegian army chief estimated that 180,000 Russian soldiers were killed or wounded during the conflict, while the figure for the Ukrainians was 100,000 military casualties and 30,000 civilian deaths.. Norwegian Defense Minister Erik Christoffersen gave the figures in an interview with TV2, without specifying how the figures were calculated. The numbers cannot be independently verified.

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