Articles tagged "Poland"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, February 27

Russia concentrates troops near Kupiansk, Ukraine builds powerful fortifications -- CIA network of bases in Ukraine at risk if US does not pass aid -- Kuleba calls for Europe to suspend ammunition sales to third countries -- Russia plans to produce 2.7 million shells this year -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, February 24

West has made a lot of mistakes in Russia-Ukraine war -- Ukraine shoots down another Russian A-50 aircraft over Azov Sea -- Ukrainian crowdfunding campaign raises $7.8 million for sea drone fleet in record 36 hours -- Fire reported at Russian steelmaker in Lipetsk Oblast -- US Senator Schumer in Lviv: 'Without aid, Ukraine will lose war, with aid it will win' -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, February 23

Almost 50% of Poles believe a Russian attack on Poland is likely -- Medvedev's rhetoric echoes Stalin -- War with Russia is 'not a stalemate' -- White House sends House Republicans 'vacation reading' about consequences of congressional inaction in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, February 22

Russia lacks strength to fully capture Luhansk, Donetsk oblasts in 2024 -- North Korean missiles used by Russia against Ukraine contain US, European components -- Iran supplies 'hundreds of ballistic missiles' to Russia -- Russian citizens attending Navalny vigils reportedly given draft summonses -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, February 20

Russian troops killed wounded Ukrainian soldiers in Avdiivka after promising to evacuate them -- Russia 'taking advantage' of delays in aid to Ukraine -- Biden administration considering supplying Ukraine with long-range ATACMS missiles -- China offers backing to Hungary in security matters, law enforcement -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, February 16

How Ukraine destroys Russia’s Black Sea Fleet one ship at a time [video explainer] -- NATO, Ukraine to launch joint training center in Poland -- Pashinyan says Azerbaijan may plan 'full-scale war' against Armenia -- Explosion reportedly occurs at military plant in Russia's Altai region -- Ukraine to receive 1 million drones from allies in 2024 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, February 13

Ukraine to produce thousands of long-range drones in 2024 -- Russia stops using 'human wave' attacks due to insufficient troops in Avdiivka -- Agriculture Ministry strongly condemns deliberate destruction of Ukrainian grain by Polish protesters -- EU agrees on new measures to isolate frozen Russian funds -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, February 5

Russia 're-educates' deported Ukrainian children -- Russian sabotage group fought off near border in Sumy Oblast -- [Video] Who pays for US weapons to Ukraine and why it’s worth it -- Canada-Ukraine security agreement could be finalized in weeks -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, February 3

Top UN court rules Russia-Ukraine genocide case can go forward -- Ukraine damages 3 Russian aircraft in occupied Crimea -- Fire breaks out at Russian refinery in Volgograd -- Spain teaches Ukrainian military personnel to service Patriot missile system -- 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

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, January 31

These are the most important Russian ships destroyed by Ukraine -- Russia launches 5 attacks with chemical weapons on southeastern front lines in past day -- Ukraine may receive first new long-range bombs from US this week -- Key corruption index sees Ukraine improve, Russia worsen in 2023 -- Ukraine ends 2nd month of winter with stable energy sector -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, January 29

China is watching allies' resolve on Ukraine -- Hungarian far-right leader calls for seizure of Ukraine's Zakarpattia Oblast if Russia wins war -- Hungarian far-right leader calls for seizure of Ukraine's Zakarpattia Oblast if Russia wins war -- Ukrainian Navy Commander signals Kyiv would win faster if there's permission to fire Western weapons deep inside Russia -- and more