Ukraine hopes to continue to get supplies of Western weapons

Ukraine hopes to continue to get supplies of Western weapons

 There are 100 to 200 Ukrainian soldiers who died every day on the battlefield during the conflict with Russia last 3 months. Therefore the Ukrainian military hopes to continue to get supplies of Western weapons. Additional weapons are expected to reverse attacks on Russia, reduce casualties and force Russia to the negotiating table. 

This was revealed by the adviser to the president of Ukraine, Mykhailo Podolyak, as reported by the Associated Press, Friday (10/6/2022). "The daily loss of between 100 and 200 Ukrainian soldiers is a result of the lack of balance between Ukraine and Russia, which destroys almost everything non-nuclear on the front lines in Ukraine's efforts to advance in the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine and beyond," Podolyak told the BBC in a statement. Interview. Recently, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky put the daily death toll of his soldiers at 100. However, Podolyak said the number continues to grow. Podolyak hopes that the West (America and allies) will supply Ukraine with more dual rocket launcher systems.

 On Western fears that rocket launchers would be used to strike targets inside Russia and potentially escalate the conflict into a wider fire, Podolyak said, "that's not going to happen." The war in Ukraine's Donbas continued on Friday local time. A Ukrainian governor said his troops were fighting in every corner of "every house and every street" in Sievierodonetsk which has been the focus of recent fighting. Sievierodonetsk is in the last pocket of the Luhansk region not yet claimed by Russia. Luhansk Governor Serhiy Haidai told The Associated Press that Ukrainian forces maintain control of the industrial zone on the edge of the city and some other parts, and the grueling fighting continues. 

Earlier, President Zelenskyy said late Thursday that while the situation in the Donbas was static, Ukrainian forces were making some progress in the Zaporizhzhia region to the south, where Ukrainian forces were able to "destroy the plans of the invaders." He did not provide specific details about it. Meanwhile, the British government said Russia should be held responsible for the "fake trial" of two Britons and a Moroccan who were sentenced to death for fighting against Russian troops in Ukraine. 

Britons Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner and Moroccan Brahim Saadoun were convicted by courts run by pro-Moscow separatist authorities in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic, which has only been recognized by Russia and several countries. Separatist authorities argue the men are "mercenaries" who are not entitled to the protection rights afforded to prisoners of war. The Aslin and Pinner families said the two men were longtime members of the Ukrainian military.

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