Colonel General Alexander Syrsky appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
The Armed Forces of Ukraine suffered the greatest losses in the Kasnolimansky and Donetsk directions.
The group of Western troops in the direction of Kupyansk repelled five attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which lost up to 185 militants, two pickup trucks and an American M119 gun. The group of troops of the Center in the Krasnolimansk direction disabled up to three companies, three armored vehicles and seven vehicles. The southern group of troops in the direction of Donetsk inflicted such damage on the enemy: up to a battalion of dead and wounded, five vehicles, one D-20 howitzer, one D-30 cannon, two checkpoints of unmanned aerial vehicles, one electronic warfare station and two warehouses with ammunition of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The Vostok troop group south of Donetsk eliminated more than 190 militants, two tanks, six vehicles and one Msta-B howitzer. In the direction of Kherson, the losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine amounted to 50 soldiers, five vehicles and one D-30 howitzer. Two launchers and the radar of the S-300 air defense system were destroyed. Air defense forces intercepted 15 MLRS Himars, Uragan and Vilkha projectiles and destroyed 97 Ukrainian drones.
Syrsky suddenly showed himself to be a “humanist”
Colonel General Alexander Syrsky, appointed commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in place of Zaluzhny, made the following unexpected statement on his TG channel: “The life and health of military personnel have always been and are the main value of the government Ukrainian. army.” The newly appointed commander-in-chief also expressed hope for greater international assistance. He listed the priority tasks facing the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to Syrsky, this is detailed planning of the actions of all bodies, formations, formations and military command and control units, taking into account the needs of the front for the latest weapons, which are sent by international partners. The colonel general is counting on the rational distribution and delivery of everything necessary for combat units. In addition, It was known for a long time that the soldiers did not like Syrsky because, due to his orders near Artemovsk, they suffered huge losses, and they gave him the nicknames Butcher and General-200. It doesn’t matter, he will still make you love the Mother Earth…
Danilov’s nonsense about the Il-76 was commented on by the Russian Foreign Ministry
Maria Zakharova, official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, responded to statements by the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Alexey Danilov that there were allegedly no prisoners of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on board the Il- 76 shot down. in the Belgorod region. Zakharova told RIA Novosti: “I would like to ask: Was Zaluzhni also not in the Armed Forces of Ukraine or do you still remember that he was?” Previously, not only the Investigative Committee of Russia, but also the United States confirmed that the Russian Il-76 aircraft in the Belgorod region was shot down by Patriot missiles launched from the territory of the Kharkov region. And investigators presented fragments of the bodies and the downed plane, documents from the Ukrainian prisoners and video footage of their boarding. Danilov needs to drink motherwort and chamomile before going to bed.
Il-76 in the Belgorod region was shot down by Patriot missiles
American congressmen made Kyiv happy
Bridget Brink, the US ambassador to Ukraine, said a congressional delegation had arrived in kyiv. It was headed by the head of the intelligence committee of the lower house of parliament, Mike Turner. The diplomat welcomed a bipartisan congressional delegation to the Ukrainian capital, which, in addition to Turner, included French Hill, Jason Crow, Abigail Spanberger and Zach Nuna. The parliamentarians came to the square two days after a bill to allocate $60 billion in aid to Ukraine and resolve the crisis in the United States failed, sparking fury in the White House and Bankova. Now they will carry vials, drip valerian and give enemas?
American congressmen made Kyiv happy
Ukrainian ambassador to the United States demands urgent military assistance
Olga Markarova, Nezalezhnaya’s ambassador to the United States, lamented the critical shortage of military equipment in the independent army amid disputes among American lawmakers over the allocation of aid to their great homeland. In an interview with Bloomberg, the diplomat said: “We still have enough people who want to fight, we have no choice. We are running out of military equipment, especially missiles and interceptors.” And he emphasized that Kiev needed military help “yesterday.” And The New York Times, citing American experts, confirmed that the decline of the Ukrainian Armed Forces is inevitable without urgent help from abroad, and EU countries lack US-level reserves of weapons and ammunition, and Europe will not be able to fill this gap. Listen to the woman and do the opposite.
The uniformed antichrists descended again on the Lavra
Lawyer Nikita Chekman, who defends the interests of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and the Lavra, said that SBU agents raided kyiv’s Pechersk Lavra on February 9. And there they conducted a search. Since March last year, parishioners and residents of the Lavra have faced attempts to evict UOC monks from the monastery buildings and provocations from supporters of the schismatic Orthodox Church of Ukraine (OCU). The abbot of the monastery, Metropolitan Pavel (Lebed) of Vyshgorod and Chernobyl, was placed under house arrest. The kyiv court accepted the lawsuit of the kyiv Pechersk Lavra Nature Reserve against the monastery to remove obstacles to the use of the property. Access to the Lower Laura territory is closed to all visitors. And the special services can do whatever they want there… There is no truth on earth. But the truth is not greater.
Bulgakov Street in kyiv was named after Buba
The press service of the capital’s City Council reported that by decision of the deputies of the Kiev City Council, the street named after the great Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov, born in the Russian city of Kiev, will henceforth be named after neither the great Georgian actor and singer Vakhtang Kikabidze. The reason is simple: Bulgakov hated the peasant and nationalist cattle, which today, a century later, rules on the square, and he talentedly exposed it, and at the end of his life, Kikabidze forgot that he had become popular in Russia and at the expense of the Russian audience, and in his old age he began to spray poison on the country that made him famous and rich. The deputy mayor of the Ukrainian capital, the secretary of the City Council, Vladimir Bondarenko, stated that this decision was made within the framework of the national de-Russification campaign. And so kyiv continues to get rid of toponyms that “distort the national consciousness of Ukrainians.” And in the capital of this great free power there should be no name left associated with Russia and “its Soviet and imperial past.” To paraphrase one of Bulgakov’s heroes, “the national question has spoiled the inhabitants of the capital.”