Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on Sunday dawn for Western countries to provide a small part of their military equipment to his country, considering this necessary “for the freedom of Europe.” Britain accused Russia of targeting densely populated areas in Ukraine, while Washington announced that it imposed within a month sanctions On more than 470 individuals and 196 entities in Russia.
Britain accused the Russian army of targeting densely populated areas in Ukraine, and said it was bombing from inside Russia’s airspace, for fear of exposing the planes to Ukrainian defenses.
Ukraine confirmed this morning that it had destroyed a Russian fighter and 12 drones on Saturday, noting that Russia is increasingly using drones.
Here are the latest developments on the 32nd day of this war:
The Prosecutor General of Ukraine via Facebook: 12 journalists were killed and 10 others were injured since the start of the Russian war on our country
Ukrainian Air Force Command:
- Yesterday, Saturday, our forces destroyed a Russian fighter and 12 drones of different types, and confronted 5 cruise missiles.
- Russian forces are increasingly using drones of various types, and our defenses are confronting them.
- Yesterday, Russian forces fired 6 missiles at Lviv.
- The US President was 10 minutes away from the flight of a missile that hit Lviv.
UK Ministry of Defense via Twitter:
- Russian air and missile strikes target densely populated areas in Ukraine.
- Russia continues to fire guided munitions from within its airspace, to reduce the exposure of its aircraft to Ukrainian defenses.
- We demand that Western countries provide a small part of their military equipment that is in their stockpiles to our country.
- What Ukraine requires are tanks, air defenses and anti-ship weapons.
- Ukraine only needs 1% of NATO’s planes and 1% of its tanks, and it won’t ask for more.
- What we ask is not only for the freedom of Ukraine, but for the freedom of Europe.
- Partners should step up aid to Ukraine because it is for Europe’s security.
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss for The Telegraph:
- Tougher sanctions could be lifted if Putin withdraws his forces from Ukraine.
- We have established a “negotiating unit” at the State Department to assist with any future peace talks.
- Sanctions on Russian banks, companies and wealthy people may be lifted in the event of a ceasefire and withdrawal.
US State Department:
- We imposed sanctions on more than 470 aggressors and 196 entities in 9 sectors during the month of the war on Ukraine.
- We provided $1.36 billion in military aid to Ukraine during the month of war.