Articles tagged "Slovak"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, January 21

Does Russia really want to negotiate peace? [video podcast] -- Russian air defense sufficient on front lines, in Crimea but not on Russian soil -- Slovak PM promises to block Ukraine's NATO entry, says it must cede territory -- Europe to produce around 1.3 to 1.4 million shells by the end of 2024 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, January 11

Ukraine 'test site' for North Korean nuclear missiles -- Majority of Russians see war in Ukraine as 'civilizational struggle with West -- 11 injured in Russian missile attack on hotel in Kharkiv -- Ukraine needs more modern air defense systems -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, December 15

Defense Ministry wins five cases of international arbitration against foreign suppliers -- Putin flaunts alleged military successes, claims Russia is doing great -- Russian paratroopers suffer heavy losses in Kherson Oblast -- German drone manufacturer to open R&D center in Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, December 10

Scholz on Ukraine aid: Germany should be prepared to do more 'when others are faltering' -- Kyiv denounces Russian election plans in occupied Ukrainian territories as 'gross violation of international law' -- Covid on the rise in Ukraine, deputy health minister warns -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, November 26

Russia has stolen and exported $1 billion worth of Ukrainian grain -- Air Force warns of continuing air strikes, drone activity in multiple oblasts -- Tech giant Cisco built special device to help Kyiv ward off cyberattacks on power grid -- China's support is crucial in bringing lasting peace to Ukraine -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, November 25

Russian, Chinese companies discuss possible underwater Crimean tunnel project -- Russian commander who ordered killing of civilians in Bucha identified -- Ukraine announces $4.8 billion to be allocated for shells, missiles in 2024 -- Ukraine faces LPG shortages over Polish border blockade -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, November 23

Ukraine to operate F-16 jets in late spring in 'best-case scenario' -- Polish investigation into Russian spy network results in 15 arrests -- Russians consider Cyprus, Hungary top locations for foreign investment -- At least 2 killed by Russian strike on hospital in Selydove on Nov 20 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Wednesday, November 22

Ukraine unveils 'powerful drone' that can fly behind enemy lines, evade jamming -- US Ambassador to UN likens Putin to Stalin -- Wagner prepares to provide air defense to Hezbollah or Iran -- US shell deliveries to Ukraine have dropped over 30% since Hamas' Oct 7 attack -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, November 20

Ukrainian teenager illegally taken from Mariupol manages to leave Russia, heads to Ukraine -- Explosion reported in Russian-occupied Melitopol -- Ukraine sanctions 100 individuals involved in illegal deportation of Ukrainian children to Russia -- Finland sends military to build fences near crossing with Russia -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, November 7

Russian ship Askold possibly beyond repair following Ukraine's strike -- Russia stockpiling missiles in anticipation of freezing temperatures -- Ukraine Defense Industry confirms mass production of Ukrainian long-range drones -- Russian FSB colonel suspected of torturing Kherson Oblast residents -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, October 2

Warehouses reportedly damaged in Russian-occupied Crimean city -- Russian missile attack hits civilian infrastructure in Kharkiv -- Estonian volunteer killed in Lyman -- Drones strike Sochi, Smolensk -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, April 25

Lithuanian President: 'Red lines' regarding military aid to Ukraine must be crossed -- 'Exhausted' troops, 'disorganized' deployment will likely hinder Russia's prospects of holding critical frontline areas in Ukraine -- Russia tries to conceal its dwindling nuclear stockpile -- Former Polish PM: Ending war in Ukraine with compromises would lead to new dangers -- and more