Ukraine War Live Today Massive Russian Attack on Kharkiv Overnight

Ukraine War Live Today: Massive Russian Attack on Kharkiv Overnight. Kiev: 620 militants killed in 24 hours


Podolyak: Germany’s decisions show a different view of the threat posed by Russia

The new German armaments aid package shows that there has been “a fundamental change in the view of the danger posed by the Russian regime to the whole world and underlines the need to end this war”. In an interview with Bild am Sonntag, the foreign policy adviser to the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Mykhailo Podolyak, welcomed the announcement of new military aid from Germany on the occasion of the Ukrainian President’s visit to Berlin. “What I particularly appreciate about this package is the fact that Germany is taking the lead, recognizing the historic moment and understanding that the right direction must now be taken.”


Zelenskyy in the Chancellery in Berlin, received with military honors

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has arrived at the Chancellery in Berlin, where he will be received with military honors by Chancellor Olaf Scholz, with whom he will hold bilateral talks. The two leaders greeted each other with a long handshake.

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Zelenskiy thanks Germany: Together we will win

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked Germany for its support when he met President Frank-Walter Steinmeier today on his first visit to the country after Russia’s invasion. “During the most difficult period in Ukraine’s modern history, Germany is proud to be our true friend and trusted ally. Together we will win and restore peace in Europe.” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy wrote it in the guest book, the Guardian reports. Zelenskyi arrived in Germany overnight in a Berlin government plane escorted into German airspace by Luftwaffe fighter jets.


Zelenskyy has arrived in Berlin

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived at Berlin’s Bellevue Palace, where he was received by President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to welcome his first visit to Germany since the beginning of the war. The arrival of the Ukrainian leader was officially confirmed only yesterday and the landing from Italy took place in the middle of the night in an armored capital. In the next few hours, Zelenskyy is expected at the Chancellery by Olaf Scholz, where he will also hold a meeting with the press, and in the afternoon in Aachen, where he will receive the Charlemagne Prize, which this year is dedicated to the Ukrainian people and their President. Yesterday, the federal government announced a new $2.7 billion military aid package, doubling the funds previously deployed to support Kiev.


Massive night attack in Kharkiv

The Russian army launched a massive missile attack on the Kharkiv region in eastern Ukraine overnight, regional military administration chief Oleg Sinegubov said, quoted by Rbc-Ukraine. Transport infrastructure and a residential building were damaged, but no one was injured.


Kiev: 620 Russian soldiers killed in combat within 24 hours

According to the latest update from the Ukrainian General Staff, published on Facebook, Russia has lost 620 soldiers in combat over the past 24 years, bringing the total number of Federation soldiers who have died since the invasion began to about 10,000 199,000. According to UNIAN, Russian troops suffered heavy casualties at Klishchiivka near Bakhmut in Donetsk yesterday, said Ukrainian officer Anatolii Shtefan.


Repelled another Russian drone attack on Kiev

Russian drone attack on the Ukrainian capital Kiev at night, which the defense forces repelled and destroyed, the city’s military administration reported on Telegram and reported from Ukrinform. “The seventh air raid on the capital since early May! According to preliminary information, the Russians launched reconnaissance drones in the direction of the capital before midnight. “Most likely,” said Serhii Popko, the head of the city’s military administration, “to identify the positions of our air defenses.” According to him, all drones moving in the direction of Kiev were destroyed in the airspace around the capital. Another airborne alert also sounded during the night, allegedly due to cruise missiles fired from Russian strategic bombers stationed in the Caspian Sea. No cruise missiles of this type have been detected in the airspace around the capital, Popko stressed. As Ukrinform reports, air alerts were declared throughout Ukraine last night.