The Ukrainian military is running out of ammunition, while Western military aid has been significantly reduced since the failed Ukrainian counteroffensive in the summer of 2023. So the new commander-in-chief focused on logistics and resupply as one of his priorities. “New missions are on the agenda. The first is to clearly and comprehensively plan the actions of all the organs […] Taking into account the needs of the front line based on the most recent weapons provided by international partners, “said Oleksandr Chirsky. “The main task of military logistics has been the rapid and rational delivery and delivery of everything needed by combat units,” he said.
General Sirski, who assured that his priority was to limit human casualties, said that the veterans did not care enough about the lives of his men. “The life and health of soldiers has always been the main value of the Ukrainian army,” he said, promising better training of combat units.
The Russian military announced on Friday that Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu had inspected the command post of Russian forces operating in Ukraine. He was briefed on the situation at the front by senior army officers and thanked his soldiers for “successful offensive operations on most axes and capturing more advantageous positions,” an army press release said. Please specify the date of this trip.
Oleksandr Chirsky, the new commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces, called on the army to “improve” in order to win the war in Ukraine in his first public message on Friday. “Only the change and continuous improvement of the methods and methods of war will allow us to win,” he wrote in a telegram, “toward victory together!” “.
Russia said on Friday it had neutralized 19 Ukrainian drones overnight in four different areas and over the Black Sea. “An attempt by the Kiev regime to launch a terrorist attack by 19 aerial drones against bases on Russian territory was thwarted,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement. “Air defense systems intercepted and destroyed drones in Kursk (2), Bryansk (5), Oryol (4), Krasnodar (2) and Black Sea (6) regions,” he clarified.
“Drones of Service [de sécurité ukrainien] “At the same time hit two refineries in the Krasnodar region: not only Ilsky, but also Afipsky,” a source in the Ukrainian special services told AFP. A fire broke out at the Ilsky refinery, and according to a press release from local emergency services, there was no connection between the incident and the drone attack.
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