The Russo-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 321 of the Invasion | Ukraine

  • Britain is considering supplying a handful of Challenger 2 tanks to Ukraine, the first time a Western country has indicated it might supply its own heavy armor to Kyiv in the war against Russia. No final decision has been taken by Downing Street, British sources added, but Ukraine hopes a positive move from the UK will help persuade Germany to follow suit later this month with its Leopard 2 battle tanks.

  • The US is reportedly considering sending Stryker armored fighting vehicles to Ukraine. The move could be announced next week, but no final decision has yet been made, Politico reported, citing two sources familiar with the matter.

  • Germany has no intention of sending Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine, a government spokesman said said. Robert Habeck, Germany’s economy minister, said on Sunday that Berlin could not rule out supplying Leopard tanks – which are heavier fighting machines than Marders – to support Ukrainian military forces in the future.

  • Two Britons have gone missing in Ukraine, the British Foreign Office announced. The men were indicated in the reports as volunteers Andrew Bagshaw and Christopher Parry. The two were last known to have traveled from Kramatorsk to Soledar on January 6, according to Sky News.

  • Russian troops are making a new attempt to advance to the city of Soledar in the Eastern Donbas region, This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Hanna Maliar. Russian attacks in recent days have targeted Soledar in an apparent attempt to cut off the city. Taking Soledar, which lies northeast of Bakhmut, would put Ukrainian forces in the area at risk of being encircled and offer Russia a potential avenue of approach against that city.

  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in an evening video address on Monday that Bakhmut and Soledar were holding up despite the widespread destruction. He cited new and more ferocious attacks in Soledar, where he said no strong walls remained and the ground was covered with Russian corpses. “Thanks to the endurance of our soldiers in Soledar, we have gained for Ukraine additional time and additional strength,” Zelensky said.

  • Ukraine is strengthening its positions around Bakhmut in the Eastern Donbas regionafter days of relentless attacks by Russian forces led by the Wagner mercenary group. Bakhmut and Soledar are at the center of an intense effort by Moscow to make progress in an area where Russian forces have been desperately trying to advance since the beginning of the summer.

  • Two women were killed and six people were injured, including a 10-year-old girl, after a Russian missile attack on a market in a village in eastern Ukraine on Monday morning. officials said. A 60-year-old was among the two women killed afterwards the rocket crashed into the village market in Shevchenkove, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) southeast of the city of Kharkiv, regional prosecutors said.

  • Serious doubts have been raised about Russian claims that they killed 600 Ukrainian soldiers in the Kramatorsk barracks. Journalists visiting the city were cannot find evidence of large-scale casualties. Nevertheless, the Kremlin said it was confident her Ministry of Defense was right when 600 Ukrainian servicemen were said to have been “destroyed” in the attack.

  • The Kremlin refused a Ukrainian statement that a senior Russian official had floated the idea of ​​a potential peace deal with European officials. Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, told the country’s public television on Thursday that Dmitry Kozak, the deputy head of Russia’s presidential administration, had been holding meetings with European officials in an attempt to force Kyiv to sign this , which he characterized as a disadvantageous peace deal.

  • Italy will not make a decision on supplying Ukraine with new weapons until next month, according to a report. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni meets resistance to the approval of a decree to send weapons to Ukraine by its allies Matteo Salvini and Silvio Berlusconi, la Repubblica reported, as well as issues related to spending and military shortages.

  • China’s newly appointed Foreign Minister Qing Gan spoke with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov to discuss the “crisis” in Ukraine, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said. The Ministry said Qin called for efforts to peacefully resolve the crisis in Ukraine.

  • Ukraine’s human rights commissioner will meet his Russian counterpart for talks in Turkey this week, news agencies from both countries said. Tatiana Moskalkovathe Russian commissioner, quoted by the Interfax agency, said that the meeting with Ukraine Dmytro Lubinets will be held during an international forum in Turkey between Thursday and Saturday. The conversations are will likely include the possibility of a further exchange of prisoners of war.

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