War in Ukraine. The results of the strikes on Russian oil factories are obvious: the Kremlin is already preparing for “cuts”

War in Ukraine. The results of the strikes on Russian oil factories are obvious: the Kremlin is already preparing for “cuts”
War in Ukraine. The results of the strikes on Russian oil factories are obvious: the Kremlin is already preparing for “cuts”
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Ukraine has long struggled with ammunition shortages, caused in part by an aid blockade by the pro-Russian wing of the US Republican Party. However, the situation is beginning to change – Ukraine expects a large supply of ammunition and is preparing for it, Forbes writes.

Russian occupiers are strengthening their defenses to counter Ukrainian drones. US analysts are convinced that they are unlikely to be able to deploy a sufficient number of mobile combat groups.

A decree signed by President Vladimir Putin was announced in Moscow on Sunday, according to which, as every year, 150,000 soldiers will be drafted into the Russian army during the spring conscription. conscripts.

Conscripts on April 1 every year. are called up for 12 months of service. A similar call takes place in autumn. The Ministry of Defense previously assured that conscripts would not be sent to the front in Ukraine.

Russia has expanded its list of targets for attacks on Ukraine’s critical infrastructure, intensifying strikes on hydropower plants, according to a report by the US-based Institute for the Study of War (ISW).

Ukraine’s armed forces could soon be forced to withdraw further if US military aid continues to be delayed, President Volodymyr Zelensky said, calling on Washington to provide more long-range missiles to strike airfields in occupied Crimea.

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