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Result 15.02: Massive attack and battle for Avdiivka

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Russia launches massive missile attack on Ukraine; Battle for Avdiivka: The Ukrainian Armed Forces are retreating in several areas. Athletistic highlights yesterday’s key events.

Massive Russian attack: air defense forces destroyed 13 of 26 missiles

On the morning of February 15, Russian invaders attacked Ukraine with air-launched Kh-101/Kh-555/Kh-55 cruise missiles, sea-based Kalibr cruise missiles, Iskander-M/KN-23 ballistic missiles, S-300 anti-aircraft guided missiles, and Kh-2 air-launched missiles. 59. In total, the launch of 26 missiles of various types was recorded. Air defense forces destroyed 13 missiles. A number of explosions were reported in Kyiv, Dnieper, Lvov and other cities. In the Poltava region, the Russians hit a warehouse. In the Dnepropetrovsk region, the enemy attacked civilian infrastructure facilities. In Lvov, the Russians hit an infrastructure facility, and two people were injured as a result of the attack.

Battle for Avdiivka: Ukrainian Armed Forces retreat in several areas

According to American analysts, as of February 14, Russian forces controlled at least 15.4% of the city. The battle continues south and northwest of Avdeevka, in the area of ​​the Tsarskaya Okhota restaurant and Opytnoye villages. The hottest situation, according to ISW, was observed at the Avdeevka coke plant, as well as in the north-west and south of the city itself. There is unofficial data that the Russian command committed almost 50 thousand soldiers to the direction of Avdeevsky. Tavria OSUV added that Defense Forces units are retreating here and there in Avdeevka to more advantageous positions, as “backup options for developing events were provided in advance.” It was also reported that the defense of Avdeevka was reinforced by the 3rd separate assault brigade. Its fighters are said to have inflicted “critical losses” on two Russian brigades. In addition, the Ukrainian Armed Forces activated a reserve logistics artery in Avdiivka.

Aid to Ukraine: Congress adjourned until March

The US House of Representatives went into recess ahead of schedule until February 28, without considering a bill to help allies, including Ukraine. So, a solution to the issue should not be expected in the coming weeks. Moreover, when lawmakers return to work at the end of February, the main issue will once again be avoiding a shutdown in the United States.

Hungary blocked the 13th package of sanctions against Russia – media

Hungary blocked the approval of the 13th package of EU sanctions against Russia. This was reported by the Financial Times, citing unnamed official sources. Hungary is said to be alone in not supporting a new round of sanctions aimed at nearly 200 people and entities from Russia, China and other countries believed to be helping Moscow’s war effort. One of the officials said that Hungary did not agree to the new sanctions because of the presence of companies from China on the list.

NATO will give Ukraine a million drones – Stoltenberg

NATO countries plan to transfer one million drones to Ukraine as part of military aid. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said this in a briefing in Brussels. “A group of allies will come together and transfer a million drones to Ukraine, 20 NATO allies have also agreed to create a coalition for mine clearance. All this will help save the lives of Ukrainians,” he said.

The Ukrainian Armed Forces will receive €100 million in aid from Germany

In the near future, Germany will provide aid worth 100 million euros to Ukrainian troops. This was reported by the German Ministry of Defense. The announced aid includes: ambush-resistant mine-resistant vehicles, drone bombs, 77 MULTI 1A1 trucks, medical equipment, and spare parts kits for various weapons systems.

Almost $500 billion is needed to restore Ukraine – SB

The total cost of recovery in Ukraine as of December 31, 2023 is $486 billion over the next decade. An updated rapid assessment of damage and recovery needs was released by the Ukrainian government, the World Bank Group, the European Commission and the UN. Ukrainian authorities estimate that the country will need approximately $15 billion in 2024 alone for immediate priority recovery measures at both the national and local levels, with a particular focus on supporting and mobilizing the private sector, as well as in the reconstruction of housing, social infrastructure and services. energy and transportation.

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