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At the end of August, Ukraine launched its first large-scale counterattack since Russia launched a full-scale offensive in February. This was done despite Kyiv’s repeated complaints that it lacked Western weapons powerful enough to carry out a decisive attack.
One of the stated objectives of President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was to take back khersonthe capital of the region with its strategic position on the Dnipro River, which it captured in March after Moscow’s forces swept north from the Russian-held Crimea.
The focus of the conflict shifted to the Donbass region following Russia’s failure to capture Kyiv in the first phase of the war. Before Ukraine’s rapid counterattack, Russia’s meager gains in the east suggested the war was entering a stalemate.
The Russians were thwarted in Kiev by a combination of factors including geography, attackers’ blunders, modern weapons, and Ukrainian ingenuity. smartphone and foam mat.
The number of Ukrainians fleeing the conflict is one of the greatest refugee crises in modern history.
Mid-March, Attack on Ukrainian military baseOn March 24, NATO established four new multinational combat groups in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, and troops in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. agreed to add
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