Elaborate trenches systems are being dug by Russian troops in Belgorod, near the border with Ukraine, Britain's Defense Ministry said.
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Drones struck inside Russia’s border with Ukraine on Tuesday in the second day of attacks exposing the vulnerability of some of Moscow’s most important military sites, experts said. Ukrainian officials did not formally confirm carrying out drone strikes inside Russia, and they have maintained ambiguity over previous high-profile attacks. But Britain’s Defense Ministry said Russia was likely to consider the attacks on Russian bases more than 500 kilometers (300 miles) from the border with Ukraine as “some of the most strategically significant failures of force protection since its invasion of Ukraine.” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russian authorities will “take the necessary measures” to enhance protection of key facilities. Russian bloggers who generally maintain contacts with officials in their country’s military criticized the lack of defensive measures.
Russia appears to have run out of the deadly Iranian-made drones it's been using to terrorize Ukraine, Western officials say
Most notable of the weapons has been the Shahed-136 used to terrorize Ukrainian cities through attacks against the country's civil infrastructure.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Russia was "trying to freeze the conflict" to "regroup and launch a bigger offensive later on."
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CST12:25 (GMT) -0500. He said at his usual press conference that the most favorable lines and positions were occupied in the course of the operation. Konashenkov reported that the Russian Armed Forces attacked a camp of foreign mercenaries in the Ukrainian region of Kharkiv and destroyed 79 artillery units in firing positions, personnel and military equipment in 183 areas.
Ukraine has for months requested long-range missiles and drones from its Western allies, but the U.S. and Europe have so far refused to meet those requests over fears they would be used to strike inside Russia. Without additional resources to build up its long-range capabilities, Ukraine may need to continue to rely on the modified drones — and Moscow is now likely attempting to track those.
KYIV, Ukraine — Drones struck an oil facility near an air base in Russia on Tuesday, a local official said, just one day after Ukraine used drones to hit two military bases deep inside the country, one of the most brazen attacks of the 9-month-old war. Ukraine has not...
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A drone attack Tuesday struck near an air base in Russia, a local official said, a day after Ukraine used drones to hit two military bases deep inside the country in one of its most brazen attacks in the nine-month war. If Ukraine’s forces are confirmed to have been involved in the latest strike, it would add to signs that Kyiv is willing to bring the war closer to Moscow and to President Vladimir Putin.