Russia retaliates, Ukraine does not flinch, JAKARTA – The geopolitical unrest between the two countries of the former Soviet Union, namely: Russia and Ukraine continues until the 208th day.

After being widely hyped for its failure to defend Izium, Russia would now increase the intensity of its attacks on several points in the region. Ukraine damage some infrastructure in the region.

As if to answer this question, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that his country would not be afraid in the face of fighting to regain the territory of his country which had been occupied by Russia.

The following is an updated summary of the war between Russia and Ukraine, as reported by The Guardian on Monday (19/9/2022):

• Ukraine claims to resist Russian attacks

The Ukrainian army said on Sunday that its troops had successfully repelled attacks by Russian forces in the Kharkiv region in the east and Kherson in the south of Ukraine.

To note, Ukraine launched a counter-offensive this month in parts of Donetsk in the south-east. Ukrainian troops are said to have advanced to the eastern bank of the Oskil River in the Kharkiv region.

• Attacks get hotter, 5 civilians reportedly killed in Donetsk Serangan attack

At least five civilians were reportedly killed in Russian strikes in the eastern Donetsk region over the past day. Meanwhile in Nikopol, further west, several dozen residential buildings, gas pipelines and power lines were reportedly affected, the regional governor explained on Sunday (18/9/2022).

• Zelensky swears unwavering by Russia attack

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed never to give up the battle to regain territory lost to Russia.

“Maybe for some of you, after a winning streak, we now have some kind of respite. But there will be no break. There is preparation for the next streak,” a- he continued

• UK sees increase in Russian attacks

In an intelligence update, the UK Ministry of Defense said Russian attacks on civilian infrastructure, including power lines and dams, had increased.

“In the face of setbacks on the front lines, Russia may have expanded its ready-to-attack locations with the aim of directly undermining the morale of the Ukrainian people and government,” he said on Sunday (9/18). /2022).

• Ukraine pledges to retain US-supplied weapons

Ukrainian forces refuse to get rid of obsolete US-supplied weapons, with many reverse-engineered spares to continue the counteroffensive against the Russian invasion.

“They don’t want to destroy it,” said a soldier. This was passed on as artillery damaged by shrapnel was sometimes badly worn after firing round after round against Russian troops.

• Ukraine says Russia carried out attacks on Iran

Ukraine’s military claims Russia has deployed Iranian attack drones, The New York Times reported on Sunday (9/18/2022).

According to a Ukrainian military official who spoke to The New York Times, the remains of the Shahed-136 attack drone were found on the ground during a counter-offensive launched by Ukraine in the northeastern region of country this month.

• Ukraine carries out dozens of attacks in one day

The Ukrainian military has carried out 20 airstrikes in the past 24 hours against Russian strongholds, according to the Ukrainian Armed Forces General Staff.

The Kyiv Independent reported on Sunday (18/9/2022) that the Ukrainian Air Force had successfully targeted 15 Russian strongholds and four locations, as well as seven checkpoints.

• The Georgian president sharply criticizes Russia

Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili on Sunday launched a virulent criticism of Russia after the discovery of a mass grave in Izium last week.

Zurabishvili condemned this in terms of the most serious atrocities committed by Russia in Izium. He also added that these war crimes must be tried with justice.

• The discovery of a mass grave in Izium is in the honor of the officials

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday that the mass grave discovered in Izium was proof of Russia’s war crimes in Ukraine.

“It is clear that the UK and Canada have been the two strongest countries in supporting Ukraine and against Russia’s illegal actions,” Trudeau said.

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