Ukrainian police officials recorded the destruction of Kharkiv’s largest clothing market in Europe, Barabashobo (more than 75 hectares), on May 16, 2022, as a result of bombardment during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. I am.
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Ukrainian negotiators leading the currently stagnant negotiations with Washington-Russian authorities have given Kieu an additional weapon to US and NATO allies because of the lack of mediation of a peace treaty with Moscow. I asked for a quick supply.
“We call once or twice a week to see and ask what’s going on, but both sides are clearly aware that there is no room for negotiations so far,” said the Ukrainian Parliament and the majority of Kieu. Party leader David Alacamia explained. Top negotiator.
Alakamia, who sat with journalists at the German Marshall Foundation in Washington, DC and shared the latest information on discussions with members of the Biden administration and including Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, has more to Ukrainian charges against Russia. He said he needed weapons and sanctions.
“They have retreated and reorganized and are now fighting in a much different way. It’s a much smarter way than I say, given the logistics now in place,” Arakamia said.
In the weeks following the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine in late February, Russian troops on the ground Many of the logistical support issues on the battlefieldIncludes reports of fuel and food shortages.
Arakamia has moved to a “distance battle” in Ukraine’s battle with Russia, so long-range artillery, drones, jammers, and radar to counter Russia’s medium-range ballistic missiles and long-range giant weapons. He added that a consistent supply would be needed. rocket.
“Ukraine has no single area that is considered completely safe because it has missiles at a distance that can shoot any target throughout Ukraine,” Arakamia added.
Wednesday, President Joe Biden Announcing Another $ 1 Billion Weapon for UkraineIncludes anti-ship systems, artillery rockets, and bullets for howitzers. Since the Kremlin invaded the former Soviet neighbor on February 24, the United States has promised Ukraine $ 5.6 billion in security assistance.
Latest security package, Such 12th installment paymentComes as Russian troops intensify their attacks in the Donbus region of Ukraine.
The heavy artillery platform is at the top of the Ukrainian Army’s wish list. To date, the Pentagon has transferred 126 155mm howitzers from the US Army and Marine Corps stockpiles to the Ukrainian Army. In addition to howitzers, the United States sent about 260,000 shells.
The Pentagon also recently committed a High Mobile Artillery Rocket System (HMARS) manufactured by a defense giant. Lockheed Martin.. HMARS is designed to launch a variety of missiles from a 5-ton mobile truck.
On June 6, 2022, in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, Ukrainian soldiers fire shells from the M777 howitzer near the front line as Russia continues to attack Ukraine.
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Ukrainian troops said the Ukrainian army was rapidly running out of US-supplied heavy battery ammunition and shells.
“Delivery of 150,000 shells, considered to be very large cargo, is only one month of the war,” he said. “If the fighting is fierce, we could use up to 500,000 shells a month. There is. “
Arakamia said some NATO allies were not ready to supply and ship to Ukraine, following the mass shipment of ammunition and shells.
“They want to protect their country, which we can understand,” he said, citing Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s threat to further extend the war in Ukraine to Europe.
“The world wasn’t ready for a battle of this magnitude,” Arakamia added.