Russia attacks Kyiv with ‘Happy New Year’ drone

Ukraine celebrated the New Year under a rush of Russian robots assaults, including one that had ‘Cheerful New Year’ scribbled on it in red marker pen.
Air raid sirens were sounded shortly after midnight, and revelers fled for cover when the capital of Ukraine was bombarded.
On Sunday, the Ukrainian military claimed to have shot down 45 drones.
The Kremlin has been using Iranian-made drones to attack Ukraine’s energy infrastructure in an effort to lower civilian morale by freezing them through the winter.

Russia’s New Year raids on Ukraine kill three, wound dozens

Three people died and at least 50 people were wounded in Russia’s New Year attack.

Sweden’s EU administration will assume ‘significant part’ in supporting Ukraine
Ursula von der Leyen, the leader of the European Commission, has said Sweden will be essential for supporting the alliance’s solidarity in supporting Ukraine as it assumes control over the administration of the Committee of the EU.

She tweeted, “Your leadership will be crucial to maintain our unity in support of Ukraine.”

On Sunday, the Scandinavian nation will begin its leadership and mediation duties in Brussels.

Ulf Kristersson, the prime minister, said in a statement on his website that his country will focus on “a greener, safer, and freer Europe” because it is taking over the presidency of the Union at a historic time.

As part of its effort to stop funding the illegal invasion of Ukraine, the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office will prohibit all imports of Russian LNG (liquefied natural gas) beginning today.

In 2021, Russia imported 4% of the gas, 9% of the oil, and 27% of the coal used in the UK. Around the same time, imports of gas, oil and coal from Russia totalled £4.5 billion.

While the EU has implemented policies to begin reducing its reliance on Russian gas, it has not agreed to a ban.

Moscow claims that its New Year’s attacks on Ukraine targeted the country’s drone production, claiming it had stopped Kyiv’s “terror attacks” against Russia.

“The facilities of the military-industrial complex of Ukraine,” which is involved in the production of drones, were hit by the strike, according to Russia’s defense ministry, and the “plans of the Kyiv regime to carry out terrorist attacks against Russia in the near future have been thwarted.”

According to the Institute for the Study of War, Russian troops are depleting their stocks of artillery ammunition at a rate that is faster than anticipated, and they will not be able to maintain the current pace of attack. As a result, Russian attack will “slow by March as it runs low on ammunition.”

The think tank stated in a report that was released yesterday that President Vladimir Putin’s forces are experiencing significant issues with artillery shells that will get worse by March of this year.

The number of artillery shells used by forces has decreased from 60,000 per day to 19,000 to 20,000.

According to the statement, Russian forces have removed all artillery ammunition from Belarusian military warehouses for use in the attack on Ukraine. However, they will not be able to carry out more intense attacks for a significant amount of time without support.


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