Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for 567 days. The Russians are wasting valuable weapons by attacking dummies of modern military equipment that are produced in Ukraine and effectively confuse the enemy, the American television website CNN reported. Here are the most important events of the last few hours.
> A Russian Air Force Su-24 bomber crashed in the Volgograd region on Tuesday, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported, adding that the plane was not armed.
> Artillery shells that North Korea may pass it on to Russia after a meeting planned soon Vladimir Putin with Kim Jong Un, this the ammunition is outdated and very imprecise – said Reuters. He adds that the Kremlin’s interest in these weapons proves that the Russians focus even more on quantity rather than quality.
> President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky issued a decree approving the decision of the National Security and Defense Council Ukraineregarding quick verification of the validity of medical certificates on incapacity for military service and conducting tests under new rules.
> Feldman Ecopark near Kharkov was destroyed shortly after Russia’s armed invasion of Ukraine. Now it is slowly rebuilding after the enemy attack. The invaders murdered animals there for fun, shooting at them as if at a shooting range – the Ukrinform agency reported in a report from this place.
> In Kharkov, eastern Ukraine, over a thousand students go to school in the metro. Children study in 17 classrooms underground, at five underground railway stations, due to the risk of Russian shelling – writes the BBC’s Ukrainian editorial office.
> At least 500 Cuban citizens, sent to Moscow with the consent of the regime in Havana, joined Russian forces fighting in Ukraine, according to the latest report of the organization human rights Prisoners Defenders.
> The Danish government announced on Tuesday the largest donation to Ukraine since the Russian invasion, worth a total of 5.8 billion crowns ($833 million). The funds are to be used to purchase tanks, combat vehicles, ammunition and air defense systems.
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