Articles tagged "Finland"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, April 5

Ukraine's military intelligence hints drone attacks on military facilities in Russia to continue, range will increase -- Russian double-tap attack on Kharkiv kills 4, including first responders -- Russia faces difficulties repairing oil refineries due to US sanctions -- Berlin will initiate search for more air defense for Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, April 4

How Ukraine hit a Russian drone factory 1,300 kilometers away -- Some villages in occupied Kherson Oblast no longer exist -- Long-term NATO support for Ukraine can show Russia it cannot win the war -- German customs detains ship loaded with sanctioned Russian uranium, lumber -- Macron privately pushed Biden, Scholz to adopt 'strategic ambiguity' toward Russia -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, March 20

Russia has lost 600,000 barrels of daily oil-refining capacity due to drone attacks -- Why is Russia intensifying attacks on Ukraine’s Sumy Oblast? -- Borrell wants to use 90% of Russian assets profits to buy arms for Ukraine -- Russia has paid a staggering cost for Putin's imperial dreams -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, March 17

Ukrainian strikes reveal Russia's military vulnerabilities -- How many planes does Russia have? -- Finnish FM does not rule out sending Western troops to Ukraine -- Latvia investigates MEP accused of spying for Russia -- Czech President: Russia 'has no right' to set conditions for peace in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, March 5

Railway bridge blown up in Russia's Samara Oblast -- Ukraine's military intelligence claims cyberattack on Russian Defense Ministry -- Ukraine plans record electricity exports to 5 countries -- Poland to ask EU to sanction Russian, Belarusian agricultural products -- SBU suspects 2 Russian generals of bombing residential buildings in Kyiv Oblast town -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, March 3

Ukraine may get first shells found through Czech-led initiative within weeks -- Russia likely grounds its A-50 aircraft fleet -- West’s response to Macron comments reveals discord, weakness -- Finnish minister calls on West to find funds 'immediately' to boost arms supplies to Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, February 19

PM says Denmark to donate all its artillery to Ukraine -- Russia’s Medvedev threatens to nuke US, UK, Germany, Ukraine if Russia loses occupied territories -- Cybersecurity agency: Russian hackers target Ukrainian media -- Russia has not demonstrated ability to secure significant gains across large territories -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, February 12

US Ambassador: 'We need to support Ukraine to stop such horrific crimes' -- Russia increasingly deploys armored groups to storm Avdiivka -- War in Ukraine likely contributing to doctor shortages in Russia -- Russian attacks injure 2 in Kherson Oblast, hit medical facility in regional capital -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, February 10

[video] Why did Zelensky fire Zaluzhnyi? -- Syrskyi reveals his priorities as Ukraine's new chief commander -- Ukraine facing 'critical shortage' of missiles, military hardware -- No Ukrainian POWs on crashed Russian Il-76 aircraft -- Russia builds militaristic youth camps in occupied Zaporizhzhia Oblast -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, February 9

Who is General Syrskyi, Ukraine's new chief commander? -- Ukraine, Denmark start negotiations on security guarantee agreement -- Senate advances Ukraine, Israel aid in procedural vote -- Short-lived rise of Boris Nadezhdin, Putin's anti-war opponent -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, February 7

Ukraine is about to get new US long-range bombs. How will it use them? -- Ukrainian military to create separate branch dedicated to drones -- Output of Russian oil refineries drops by 4% following drone attacks -- Tucker Carlson visiting Moscow is like touring Berlin in 1940 -- Russian agents pose as activists, filmmakers to reportedly spy on domestic civil society organizations -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, February 1

Germany hands over IRIS-T anti-air missiles, armored vehicles, other equipment in latest delivery to Ukraine -- UN Court rules Russia broke international anti-terrorism financing treaty -- Russia suffers large-scale internet outages -- 207 Ukrainian POWs return home; Ukraine says Russian airbase in Crimea struck -- and more