Britain’s claim – Russia will try to capture two cities of Ukraine, also named

Britain’s military says that Russia will try to capture the cities of Kramatorsk and Severodonetsk in eastern Ukraine. The British military made the remarks at the daily briefing on Twitter about the war on Wednesday. The Defense Ministry said Russia has deployed about 22 battalion tactical groups near Izium as part of efforts to gain an edge in the region. Russia’s so-called battalion tactical group consists of infantry units, armed with tanks, air defense equipment and cannons. There are about 800 soldiers in each unit.

“Instead of fighting to break through Ukraine’s defenses, Russia is more likely to move towards Izium so that it can capture the cities of Kramatorsk and Severodonetsk,” the British military said.

Mexico City: Thousands of Ukrainian refugees camped in Mexico City waiting to be allowed to enter the United States. About 500 refugees await their turn in camps on Tuesday at a location in the eastern part of Mexico’s capital. These camps are open for one week. Every day 50-100 people are coming here.

Washington: Top officials at the US defense establishment, the Pentagon, have told parliament that during the first two months of the war in Ukraine, the US received a lot of information about Russia’s military flaws and potential. Pentagon officials also said that as the war progresses, Russia is learning from its mistakes.

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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee chairman General Mark Milley told a parliament committee on Tuesday that Ukraine would be anti-tank, anti-aircraft and shoulder-fired if the funds were approved by parliament. Crucial weapons like surface-to-air missiles that can be fired can be provided.

Kyiv: Friedrich Merz, leader of Germany’s opposition Conservative Party, arrived in Kyiv on Tuesday to meet with senior officials, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Merz arrived in Kyiv at a time when German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said he would not travel to Ukraine for the time being.

Scholz has had heated arguments with Ukrainian officials in recent weeks after Ukraine refused to invite German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Ukraine has accused Steinmeier of having close ties with Russia during his tenure as Germany’s foreign minister.