Ukraine (KYIV) – On Thursday morning, Ukrainian officials reported more than 100 inbound missiles, activating air defense systems across the nation, from the capital Kyiv to the southern port city of Odessa.
Following a night of drone assaults, the air force warned of a “major missile onslaught” from the air and sea-based cruise missiles, in what seemed to be the most intensive barrage in almost two weeks.
Loud explosions could be heard in the Ukrainian capital, prompting city officials to advise inhabitants to seek cover; practically all electricity went out in the western city of Lviv. Loud explosions could be heard in the Ukrainian capital. Here is the most recent information about the conflict and its consequences.
Significant developments (Ukraine)
According to Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak, about 120 missiles were launched. Another officer, Oleksiy Arestovych, stated that over 100 missiles were on their way in various waves. Earlier in December, Ukrainian officials reported a large missile strike throughout the nation with more than 60 missiles.
“The enemy assaults Ukraine from multiple directions,” the Ukrainian air force warned early Thursday, as the mayors of Kharkiv in the northeast and Lviv in the west reported a series of bombings. It was unclear if the explosions were caused by attacks or air defenses. The mayor of Kyiv stated 16 missiles were destroyed, and the governor of Odessa said air defenses foiled 21 missiles.
The mayor of Lviv reported that most of the city near the Polish border had lost electricity. “90% of Lviv is without light,” wrote Andriy Sadovyi. “There are no trams or trolleybuses in the city. There may be water supply outages.”
Global Influence (Ukraine)
As the four-year captivity of American Paul Whelan in Russia came to an end, national security advisor Jake Sullivan stated he and President Biden “will not cease until all Americans can celebrate Paul’s release.” Sullivan also lauded the Whelan family for their “generosity of spirit” in honoring Brittney Griner’s homecoming to the United States.
In his year-end statement to parliament, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated his country’s desire to join the European Union. “On whatever continent, when people see blue and yellow, they know it’s about freedom,” he told exhausted Ukrainians. The president, who recently met with American and French leaders, lauded Ukrainian forces for setting “new NATO standards
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The Kharkiv offensive’s commanding general, Col. Gen. Oleksandr Syrsky, told that “our relationship with all of our allies altered immediately.” They understood that we were capable of winning, and their assistance was being put to good use.
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Source- The Washington Post
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