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Dispatches from Ukraine. Day 386.
As Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of information are critical. Forbes gathers information and provides updates on the situation.
As Russian attacks continue, particularly in the Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Mariinka and Shakhtar sectors, Ukrainian forces have killed 1,040 Russian troops in the past 24 hours. Russia also lost 12 tanks, 11 APVs, 11 artillery systems, three anti-aircraft systems and one MLRS. Ukraine counts more than 162,000 Russian killed-in-action since the invasion began.
Donetsk region. A Russian missile attack on the city of Kramatorsk on March 14 killed at least one person and wounded six others. The missile also damaged buildings, a kindergarten, a museum and an administration office.
Dnipropetrovsk region. The town of Marhanets came under heavy Russian fire yesterday. Two women died, several other civilians were wounded and more than 20 residential buildings suffered damage.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba announced on March 13 that the number of countries participating in the group to create a Special Tribunal to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine has risen to 32. “Two more countries have joined the Coalition for the establishment of a Special Tribunal for the crime of aggression against Ukraine,” Kuleba wrote on Twitter. “Now 32 states are working together to hold Russia’s top political and military leadership accountable. Putin and his associates will stand trial.” In related news, a UN Commission of inquiry has determined that Russia has committed war crimes, possibly rising to the level of crimes against humanity, including killing, imprisoning, torturing and raping Ukrainians, forcibly moving children to Russia and attacks on civilian facilities during the invasion.
Kyiv has presented to The Guardian an interactive board, approximately five feet high and 13 feet across, containing a diagram of the entire Russian military command in Ukraine. It consists of more than 600 names of personnel whom Ukrainian prosecutors are investigating for possible war crimes. The network, headed by Russian President Vladimir Putin, connects military and political officials of various ranks. “We started mapping the Russian commanders and generals last year,” said Oleksandr Filchakov, the chief prosecutor for the Kharkiv region who works with officials throughout the country. “And we keep updating it, week after week.”
Prominent Ukrainian historian, archaeologist and ethnographer Yurii Kovalenko has been killed in combat around Bakhmut. The National University of Kyiv, Kovalenko’s alma mater, extolled him as ‘A legendary man, Yurii Kovalenko participated in numerous archaeological expeditions exploring the ruins of Baturyn, destroyed by the Moscow invaders on the orders of Peter I in 1708….It was Yurii who discovered the location of the main temple of the hetman’s capital – the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in the northern part of the former fortress.’
With support from a majority of its parliament, Denmark will provide Ukraine an aid package worth one billion dollars, its ministry of defense announced yesterday. The donation is expected to include ammunition specifically requested by Ukraine, heavy machine guns, anti-tank mines and anti-aircraft missiles. “I am very happy that a broad majority in the Danish Parliament stands together to help Ukraine with its fight for freedom,” said acting defense minister Troels Lund Poulsen.
A building used by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) in Rostov-on-Don burst into flames today. The blaze caused two walls to collapse, resulting in the death of one person and injuries to at least two others. Authorities attribute the fire to a short circuit in electrical wiring that ignited several fuel tanks. Video footage circulating on the internet shows heavy plumes of smoke billowing above raging flames. The FSB is the main successor to the former Soviet Union’s notorious KGB secret police.
During a phone conversation with Foreign Minister Kuleba today, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang offered to promote peace talks between Russia and Ukraine. Gang cited China’s “objective and fair stance” in the dispute and her concern that the war might escalate beyond control. In reply, Kuleba emphasized Ukraine’s insistence on the principle of territorial integrity and referred to the peace plan proposed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
For the first time since the start of Russia’s invasion, Israel has agreed to authorize weapons sales to Ukraine. Following a review of Israeli policy ordered by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Defense Ministry has approved export licenses required for sales of anti-drone systems manufactured by Israeli defense industry giants Elbit and Rafael. Use of the systems in Ukraine could provide Israel valuable information towards defending itself against Iranian drones such as those sold to Russia.
A new, state-of-the-art innovative rehabilitation centre for wounded soldiers has opened in the city of Dnipro. The Recovery – a new network of ten medical centers created by Victor and Olena Punchuk — will operate in the Vinnytsia, Dnipropetrovsk, Kyiv, Lviv, Odesa, Rivne, Khmelnytsky, and Cherkasy regions, with the founders investing $11.5 million into the project.
By Daria Dzysiuk, Alan Sacks
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