Running Newsticker for the War in Ukraine

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    Ukraine Conflict Updates
    Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 18, 2023

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    Key Takeaways

    • Russian forces targeted Ukraine with 16 Shahed-136 drones overnight on March 17-18.
    • Russian President Vladimir Putin continued his crackdown against anti-war dissent and misappropriation of military assets within Russia.
    • Wagner financier Yevgeny Prigozhin is likely attempting to set informational conditions for the Wagner Group’s culmination around Bakhmut.
    • Russian regional authorities may be severing their connections with Prigozhin.
    • Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova reiterated that the Kremlin has not abandoned its maximalist goals in Ukraine.
    • BBC and Russian opposition news outlet Mediazona estimated that Russian forces have suffered at least 35,000 total deaths and 157,000 total casualties.
    • Russian forces conducted limited ground attacks along the Kupyansk-Svatove-Kreminna line.
    • Russian forces continued offensive operations in and around Bakhmut and on the outskirts of Donetsk City.
    • Russian forces continue to erect defensive fortifications along ground lines of communication (GLOCs) in and near occupied Crimea.
    • Conventional Russian authorities and the Wagner Group continue to invest significant resources in efforts to involve youth in the war effort and ready them mentally and physically for military service.
    • Russian occupation authorities continue efforts russify Ukrainians in occupied territories. . . . .
    Russian officials continue to respond inconsistently to complaint videos from units of mobilized soldiers. Russian news source Ostorozhno Novosti reported on March 17 that Russian authorities punished a platoon of mobilized soldiers from Kaliningrad within Russia’s 1004th regiment—which gained notoriety when a video of its soldiers arguing with their commander about their subordination to the Donetsk People’s Republic’s (DNR) forces went viral—by disbanding the platoon.[53] A local Tyumen Oblast news source reported on March 17 that Tyumen Oblast authorities responded to a video complaint from the “Wolverine” battalion of mobilized soldiers from Tymen Oblast by deflecting responsibility for the soldiers’ concerns onto the Russian MoD.[54] A prominent Russian news aggregator claimed on March 18 that Irkutsk Oblast Governor Igor Kobzev personally met with soldiers of the 1439th regiment—mobilized soldiers from Irkutsk Oblast who have recorded several video complaints, on which ISW has previously reported—to prove that the unit has not been destroyed, despite such rumors.[55] Kobzev reportedly stated that he would ensure that unspecified authorities would assign representatives to address the soldiers’ concerns.[56] . . . .

    Russian occupation authorities continue to confiscate grain from occupied Ukrainian territories. Ukrainian Mariupol, Donetsk Oblast Mayoral Advisor Petro Andryushchenko stated on March 18 that Russian civilians and Russian trucks carrying Ukrainian wheat are leaving for Russia from occupied territories.[62] Andryushchenko also posted a video showing an alleged 20 tons of Ukrainian wheat dumped on the road from Mariupol to Sopyne (less than 15km east of Mariupol).[63] The reason for the waste of this wheat is unclear. . . .
     
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    https://www.newsweek.com/ukraine-sbu-white-wolves-destroyed-10-russian-tanks-one-night-1788708
    Ukraine Says SBU 'White Wolves' Destroyed 10 Russian Tanks in One Night

    “BY BRENDAN COLE ON 3/18/23 AT 11:27 AM “


    Ukraine said that video released last Saturday shows its forces had successfully targeted and destroyed Russian tanks overnight


    Video clip tweeted by Ukraine's security service (SBU ) shows a view of military vehicles exploding after being hit from above.

    TEN! Russian tanks were destroyed by special forces.


    Austin had said said that the U.S. had to deliver "swiftly and fully" on what it had promised Kyiv. That included getting armored capabilities to the battlefield and making sure Ukrainian troops get "the training, spare parts, and maintenance support they need," Politico reported.”

    Two important stories. Destroying 10 Russian tanks overnight and Austin ‘s statement on US delivery of military material and training.

    This is a report of action by Ukrainian military and preparation for the next phase of Ukraine’s fight to retain their freedom.

    Will Love it when plan will come. together.
     
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    Russia is who is hoping to benefit in the short and medium term. The long term benefit would be for China in that Russia who is the beggar nation wanting ammunition and weapons. That will give China the upper hand in the long run for this duo of devils.
     
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    Ukraine Conflict Updates
    Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 19, 2023

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    ISW is publishing an abbreviated campaign update today, March 19. This report discusses growing Russian concern about a prospective Ukrainian counteroffensive near Bakhmut or in southern Ukraine, and Russian efforts to prepare mitigations for these claimed efforts. The tempo of Russian offensive operations across the theater has slowed in recent weeks, suggesting that the Russian spring offensive in Donbas may be nearing culmination. Ukrainian officials have indicated that significant Russian losses near Vuhledar are severely inhibiting Russian forces’ capacity to conduct further offensive operations in Donetsk Oblast. Russian President Vladimir Putin used his first visit to recently-occupied Ukraine to portray himself as an involved wartime leader amid exaggerated responses in the Russian nationalist information space over fears of a possible future Ukrainian counteroffensive in southern Ukraine. . . .

    Ukrainian military officials additionally continue to indicate that massive Russian losses in the Vuhledar area are severely degrading Russian offensive capacity in Donetsk Oblast. Dmytrashkivskyi stated that Russian forces have reinforced elements of the 155th Naval Infantry Brigade (currently heavily committed in the Vuhledar area) with reserve forces of the 98th Guards Airborne Division.[9] The 155th Naval Infantry Brigade suffered catastrophic manpower and equipment losses during continued failed attacks on Vuhledar in November 2022 and February 2023, and Russian military leadership is likely heavily relying on reserve elements from the 98th Airborne Division to offset and compensate for the 155th Naval Infantry Brigade’s losses.[10] The 98th Airborne Division is at least partially committed in the Kreminna area in Luhansk Oblast, and the commitment of some of its constituent elements to the Vuhledar area is likely indicative of a level of desperation on the part of the Russian military command trying to reconstitute battered units and restart offensive operations in western Donetsk Oblast.[11] The Ukrainian General Staff similarly noted that the Russian military leadership is in a hurry to send reinforcements to Vuhledar and has been creating a ”Shtorm” detachment within the 37th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade (36th Combined Arms Army, Eastern Military District), which will presumably deploy to the Vuhledar area on March 24.[12] The ad hoc reconstitution of existing units for deployment to Vuhledar, as well as the apparent creation of sub-brigade echelon special formations, suggests that Russian combat capabilities in western Donetsk Oblast are greatly degraded. . . .

    Former Russian officer, convicted war criminal, and prominent critical nationalist milblogger Igor Girkin indicated that there are likely deepening fractures within the top levels of Russian military leadership. In a 12-point hyper-critical and sarcastic essay on how Russia can lose the war, Girkin remarked that never changing the leadership of the state, intelligence, and armed forces who “have already demonstrated blatant incompetence” is a sure-fire way to lose the war and that Russia has already committed this cardinal sin.[24] Girkin called for leadership changes in the Russian Ministry of Defense and General Staff, the Foreign Intelligence Service, the 5th Service of the Federal Security Service (FSB), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, political advisors, and representatives of military industry.[25] Girkin’s omission of the broader FSB organization (the FSB’s 5th Service is a distinct but subordinate FSB entity concerned with intelligence targeting of Russia’s foreign neighbors in the post-Soviet space) and FSB Director Alexander Bortnikov is noteworthy because it suggests that Girkin views the FSB as distinct from the failing Russian military, intelligence, and security apparatus.[26] The FSB‘s 5th Service was also responsible for laying the groundwork for the invasion by paying off Ukrainian collaborators.[27] Girkin’s comments may indicate that there are considerable tensions between the Russian military command and the FSB, as well as within the FSB itself. Girkin’s acerbic commentary continues to provide insight into growing inner circle frictions. . . . .

    Key inflections in ongoing military operations on March 19:

    • Russian forces continued limited offensive operations along the Kupyansk-Svatove-Kreminna line.[28]
    • Russian forces likely secured marginal gains near Bohdanivka (6km northwest of Bakhmut) amidst continued Russian offensive operations in and around Bakhmut.[29]
    • Russian forces continued offensive operations along the outskirts of Donetsk City and may have advanced towards Berdychi, about 10km northwest of Avdiivka.[30]
    • Russian forces continued erecting defensive fortifications throughout southern Ukraine.[31]
    • Unknown actors killed a Russian occupation Ministry of Internal Affairs Patrol Service platoon commander with a car bomb in occupied Kherson Oblast.[32] Ukrainian media hypothesized that the attack may have been a partisan attack or a result of Russian infighting.[33]
    • Russian federal communication supervisor Roskomnadzor blocked a website that helped Russians escape mobilization in continued crackdowns against resistance to mobilization.[34] . . . .

     
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    Russia will be China's bit** for the next 50 yrs :).
     
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    EU seals deal to supply Ukraine with a million rounds of shells

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    European Officials Agree to Supply More Artillery Shells to Ukraine
     
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    Additional U.S. Military Assistance for Ukraine - United States Department of State
     
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    Ukraine Conflict Updates
    Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 20, 2023

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    Key Takeaways

    • Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow and offered a more reserved vision for Russian-Chinese relations than Putin likely desires.
    • Putin is likely increasing his attempts to rally the rest of the world against the West, although it remains unlikely that he will achieve decisive effects in this effort.
    • Wagner Group Financier Yevgeny Prigozhin appears to maintain powerful political leverage and regional connections despite some officials’ attempts to distance themselves. Russian authorities are likely unsure of how to redefine Wagner’s new role following Prigozhin’s overextension of Wagner resources and support.
    • The Russian information space continues to respond to the International Criminal Court (ICC)’s issuance of arrest warrants for Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Commissioner on Children’s Rights Maria Lvova-Belova with ire and anxiety.
    • Ukrainian Main Intelligence Directorate (GUR) Spokesperson Andriy Yusov stated that the frequency of large Russian missile attacks has decreased.
    • Russia requested that the UN Security Council discuss Israeli airstrikes in Syria possibly in retaliation for Israel’s approval of export licenses for anti-drone jamming systems for Ukraine.
    • Russian sources claimed that Ukrainian and Russian forces conducted offensive operations northeast of Kupyansk.
    • Russian forces continued offensive operations near Svatove and Kreminna.
    • Russian forces continued making advances in and around Bakhmut.
    • Russian forces continued ground attacks along the Avdiivka-Donetsk City frontline and made marginal gains near Avdiivka.
    • Russian sources claim that Russian forces are building up defensive fortifications and repelled Ukrainian reconnaissance-in-force operations in Zaporizhia Oblast.
    • Russian sources accused unknown actors of planting a bomb that exploded near a gas pipeline in occupied Simferopol, Crimea.
    • Russian President Vladimir Putin acknowledged Russian difficulties obtaining components for high-tech industrial production.
    • Ukrainian partisans killed Russian-appointed head of the Kherson Oblast pre-detention center Serhii Moskalenko with an improvised explosive device on March 17. . . . .
    Russian mobilized soldiers fighting in Donetsk Oblast and their families continue to appeal to Russian authorities, complain to their loved ones, and resist forward deployments due to poor conditions on the front lines. An independent Russian media outlet amplified footage on March 18 of mobilized soldiers from Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast appealing to Russian President Vladimir Putin to do something about their extremely high casualty rate.[78] The soldiers claimed that they suffered a 70 percent casualty rate after their commanders ordered them to storm Avdiivka and that the commanders will send them to storm Avdiivka again all the same.[79] Radio Liberty’s Siberian branch, Siber Realii, on March 17 cited the friend of a mobilized soldier from Siberia claiming that the soldier’s battalion lost 298 of its 300 soldiers after conducting an assault on Avdiivka.[80] Siber Realii reported that a mobilized soldier from Volchikha, Altai Krai told his family on March 13 that he refused to fight further in Avdiivka after being thrown unprepared against Ukrainian defenses.[81] . . . .
     
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    While Xi is in Russia, Japan's leader makes surprise visit to Ukraine
     
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    Italy's Meloni ready to risk unpopularity over support for Ukraine
     
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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2023/03/21/ukraine-russia-war-live-updates/11513210002/


    Russian missiles destroyed in Crimea, “would have been used to devastate Ukrainian cities”.


    Russian cruise missiles were destroyed while being transported by train in Occupied Crimea according to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry says.


    A minister of internal affairs posted a video on social media of an explosion. No number of how many missiles the Ukrainians allegedly destroyed was made known.


    A Ukrainian military spokeswoman Natalia Humeniuk “described the strike as a signal to Russia that it should leave the Black Sea peninsula it took from Ukraine by force in 2014.” Good advice indeed.


    Ukraine needs more incidences like this one and needs this to happen in Crimea and in Russia itself.

    Ukrainians should leave a call sign for the Moskailiy invaders…. Such as spray painting. PARTIZANI !, on things they reck?….!
     
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    Ukraine Conflict Updates
    Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 21, 2023

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    Key Takeaways

    • Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to be setting conditions to weaponize the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) as a method of Russian power projection in advance of Russia’s accession to the rotating UNSC presidency in April.
    • The readouts of the second day of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit with Russian President Vladimir Putin continued to suggest that Putin has not been able to secure the no-limits bilateral partnership with China that he likely hoped for.
    • Putin falsely portrayed the Western provision of depleted uranium ammunition (not suitable for use in nuclear or radiological weapons) to Ukraine as a significant escalation in order to bolster information operations aiming to deter Western security assistance to Ukraine and to place the onus for negotiations on the West.
    • Wagner Group may lose most of its convict force in the upcoming weeks as convicts finish their six-month military contracts.
    • The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) and the Russian National Guard (Rosgvardia) launched a criminal investigation into the Deputy Commander of the Rosgvardia’s Central District, Major General Vadim Dragomiretsky.
    • The US Department of Defense (DoD) announced that it authorized a presidential drawdown to provide around $350 million of security assistance to Ukraine.
    • Russian forces continued limited offensive operations along the Kupyansk-Svatove-Kreminna line.
    • Russian forces did not make any confirmed gains in or around Bakhmut and continued offensive operations along the outskirts of Donetsk City.
    • The Kremlin continues crypto mobilization campaigns to recruit men across Russia for contract service to avoid declaring second mobilization wave.
    • Russian occupation officials continue to facilitate the deportation of Ukrainian children to Russia.
    Russian involuntary recruitment campaigns, if declared again, would further worsen brain-drain problems in the country. Radio Liberty and Current Time uncovered that 250 of Russia’s most prominent doctors fled the country on September 27, 2022, six days after Russian President Vladimir Putin declared mobilization.[62] . . . .

    Russian occupation officials continue to facilitate the deportation of Ukrainian children to Russia. Kherson Oblast occupation Head Vladimir Saldo reported on March 21 that he signed an agreement with All-Russian Children’s Center “Okean” Director Natalya Solovey that stipulates that children from occupied Kherson Oblast will go to “rest and study” at the “Okean” camp near Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai.[68] "Okean” is funded and directed by the Russian government and Ministry of Education, according to its website.[69] Vladivostok is closer to the American state of Alaska (approximately 5,000km) than it is to Kherson Oblast (over 7,000km). . . . .


     
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    Ukraine war: UK defends sending depleted uranium shells after Putin warning
     
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    Gearing up for offensive action.
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    U.S. will speed transfer of Abrams tanks to Ukraine, Pentagon says

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    US to fast-track Abrams tanks for Ukraine by choosing older version
     
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    Ukraine war: Russia tightens ties with China as West offers $16 billion lifeline to
     
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    This budding love affair between the two butt buddies Putin and Xi is something that needs to be broken apart. Is this an international version of a same sex “ marriage”?
     
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    www.politico.com/news/2023/03/21/ukrainian-soliders-patriot-missile-training-oklahoma-00088166

    Absolutely a quick study’: Ukrainians master Patriot system faster than expected

    “They are the best of the best in what they do in air defense for Ukraine,” a U.S. general said.

    “When the Pentagon announced in January that the Ukrainians would begin their training in Fort Sill, officials cautioned that the instruction could take months — even up to a year. But U.S. military officials here said the Ukrainians, who were already experienced air defenders when they arrived in January and were handpicked by Kyiv to complete the instruction, mastered the American system much faster than expected.

    Now, they are just about ready to use it on the battlefield to protect Ukrainian cities and infrastructure from Russian attacks.”

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    Note: To those here and on Fox Network and NewsMax some of us here who are among the best informed and independent thinkers say……. “Told you so”.

    Some voices from near and afar poo pooed the idea of giving Ukrainian “wheat farmers” high tech military weapons saying that it takes a year to train Americans so it was a bad idea to try and teach Ukrainians.

    Did “jerkovs” such as Tucker Carlson really believe that the Ukrainian military command would send raw recruits for PATRIOT air defense systems?

    I do not need to try and convince the nay sayers because a US General already did that. “
    “The Ukrainian soldiers are impressive, and absolutely a quick study,” said Brig. Gen. Shane Morgan, commanding general of the Army’s Fires Center of Excellence. “Due to their extensive air defense knowledge and experience in a combat zone, it was easier — though it’s never easy — for them to grasp the Patriot system.”
    “They are the best of the best in what they do in air defense for Ukraine.”

    My cousins in Ukraine say “ Thank you America for air defense tools and continued help”.

    This kind of support is vital and time sensitive to Ukraine before one of two Ukraine haters get back in into the office ( of POTUS) or get in for the first time.
     

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