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Results of 09.06: Attack on Konstantinovka and US aid

Results of 09.06: Attack on Konstantinovka and US aid

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Russian Federation hits Konstantinovka: 17 dead; US allocates new aid to Ukraine. Athletistic highlights yesterday’s key events.

Russian shelling of Konstantinovka: 17 dead

The Russian military on Wednesday, September 6, opened fire on the central market in Konstantinovka, Donetsk region. 17 people died and 32 were injured. President Volodymyr Zelensky emphasized that Russia’s strike on Konstantinovka was deliberate. According to him, the blow was made in an area where there were no military units. “The strike was deliberate, we understand that they are doing the same as before, when some positive offensive measures of the Ukrainian Defense Forces took place. We understand that they intended to kill,” said the head of state.

United States Secretary of State Blinken arrives in Kyiv

Anthony Blinken began his visit with a visit to the Berkovets cemetery in Kyiv, where he paid tribute to the fallen heroes. Blinken also spoke about the purpose of the visit. “Today I returned to Kiev to meet with our Ukrainian partners and discuss with them the ongoing counteroffensive, upcoming relief and reconstruction efforts, and above all, to reinforce the unwavering US commitment to Ukraine ,” Blinken said. He also noted that US authorities are seeing “good progress” in the Ukrainian army’s counteroffensive. He assured that Ukraine will have everything necessary not only for the counteroffensive, but also for the long term. At a press conference, he announced a huge $1 billion aid package to Ukraine.

Denmark to give Ukraine a new aid package – Zelensky

Danish Prime Minister Matte Frederiksen arrived in Kyiv, where he held talks with the Verkhovna Rada and also met with President Volodymyr Zelensky. “Today we discussed a new defense package. This is the twelfth, which is being prepared for this month,” Zelensky stressed. He called the negotiations with Frederiksen as full of content as possible.

Pentagon: Armed Forces will receive depleted uranium shells

On Wednesday, September 6, the United States officially announced a new military aid package for Ukraine. In particular, we are talking about shells with depleted uranium for Abrams tanks. The new $175 million military aid package also includes additional air defense equipment, artillery shells and anti-tank weapons.

Verkhovna Rada appointed Umerov Minister of Defense

The Verkhovna Rada appointed Rustem Umerov as Ukraine’s new Defense Minister. This was announced by People’s Deputy Yaroslav Zheleznyak. According to him, this decision was supported by 338 people’s deputies out of 360 present in the hall. All parliamentary factions voted for Umerov. Not a single vote against.

Zelensky will decide the fate of the e-declaration law after consultations

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky instructed the Vice Prime Minister for European Integration Olha Stefanyshina to conduct consultations on the e-declaration law. “I will hold consultations, get an answer and make a decision,” the Ukrainian leader said. According to him, there are only two options: sign the law or veto it. In the meantime, the NAPC will appeal to Zelensky with a call to veto the law adopted by the Rada on punishing officials for late submission of declarations.

Ukraine to receive Scimitar armored vehicle from Britain

Britain to supply Ukraine with Scimitar Mk2 armored reconnaissance vehicle. This was announced by Rheinmetall. The Scimitar Mk 2 is an upgraded version of the Scimitar armored reconnaissance vehicle in service with the British Army. The first such vehicles were received by the British Army for deployment in Afghanistan in September 2011.

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Source: korrespondent

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