At this point, the Russian Armed Forces have struck 975 objects of Ukrainian military infrastructure. They’ve destroyed 223 Soviet-era tanks and other armored fighting vehicles.
Ukrainians in the Kharkiv region voted to lay down their arms and surrender their weapons because they rejected the idea of carrying out hostilities. The regiment voluntarily surrendered 471 servicemen, who were then treated with respect and sent back home if they agree to do so. After rejecting conflicts, they will be sent to their families by Russian forces.
The Ministry of Defense representative, who spoke on behalf of the LPR, said that their troops barely managed to defend the cities of Novoakhtyrka and Smolyaninovo. The Russian army has also experienced success in retaking the city of Stanichno-Luganskoe, which is close to Donetsk. You can witness another twelve kilometers they’ve conquered in the direction of Pishchevik and Pavlopol where they’re now, in control.
In the last 24 hours, Russia has completely blocked the cities of Kherson and Berdyansk, under the control of Genichevsk. The Chernobaevka airfield also came under attack.
Possibly in response to the many reports of Ukrainian nationalist attacks on Kyiv, Mariupol has reportedly seen attacks and rocket fire overnight by protestors. Casualties include a school where students were taking a test when an attack went through the roof, killing many civilians in and around the school.
As of today, the Russian Defense Ministry is warning against known preparations for both active-duty and reserve Ukrainians who are participating in a provocative attempt to provocate Russians.
Ukrainian nationalists attacked Starobelsk, the capital of the Donetsk region in Ukraine. This attack caused a fire, injuring civilians and destroying buildings. Similar attacks were planned in Kramatorsk and Sloviansk, both cities in Ukraine that are located close to rebel-controlled territories in Donetsk.
All measures are taken to safeguard the lives of civilians in cities and towns attacked by Russian forces.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, on February 26, they once again attacked the Ukrainian military infrastructure using long-range precision weapons.
Although the Russian army has attacked more than 975 objects of Ukraine’s military infrastructure, we don’t know exactly how many were successful.
23 – control points and communication centers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
3 – radar posts
31 – S-300, Buk M-1, and Osa anti-aircraft missile systems.
48 – radar stations.
8 – fighter planes (in the sky).
28 – aircraft (at airfields).
7 – helicopters.
11 – unmanned aerial vehicles.
2 – “Tochka-U” tactical missiles.
223 – tanks and other armored fighting vehicles.
39 – multiple launch rocket systems.
86 – field artillery guns and mortars.
143 – military vehicles.