The 349th day of the Ukrainian war. Latest information [papildināts 22:20]

Live text broadcast – short and concise about the most important things in the Ukrainian war on February 7. Ukraine has been heroically defending its land against the aggressor’s invasion for 11 months

22:20 The war in Ukraine continues, and serious conflicts are brewing in the Kremlin because of it.

Possible conflicts between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his entourage, military expert Oleg Zhdanov told television presenter Natalya Moseychuk. According to him, the situation in the Russian Federation is becoming more and more unpredictable.

“…Again, if we remember the rumors coming through the gates of the Spasskaya Tower (Moscow Kremlin tower overlooking Red Square – Ed.), then there are also conflicts brewing there, and I will say that these are very serious conflicts between Putin and his suite,” said Zhdanov.

21:33 In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, Donetsk region, Russian invaders and collaborators are actively searching for residents, including children, who support Ukraine. As reported in the Mariupol city council, children’s phones are now being checked in the city’s schools. In the devices, they look for subscriptions to pro-Ukrainian groups and allegedly “Nazi” symbols.

“After yesterday’s inspection (at school), the children are in a terrible state, it is not clear what they were looking for and why they were intimidated. Some lists were made. The child is afraid to attend school after that,” Mariupol residents say.

20:43 German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius announced on Tuesday during his visit to Kyiv that Ukraine will receive more than 100 Leopard 1A5 tanks from several European countries.

At least three battalions should be supplied with these tanks by the first or second quarter of 2024, said Pistorius, whose visit to Kyiv was kept secret until the last moment due to security reasons.

Pistorius did not reveal which countries besides Germany will supply Ukraine with “Leopard 1A5”.

Pistorius, who is making his first major foreign visit since becoming Germany’s defense minister about three weeks ago, met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov in Kyiv.

After months of procrastination, the German government committed to supplying Ukraine with the most advanced Leopard 2 tanks in January.

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The German Ministry of Economy and Defense announced today that the Ministry of Economy has approved the export of up to 178 “Leopard 1A5” to Ukraine.

“How many battle tanks “Leopard 1A5″ will actually be delivered to Ukraine depends on the necessary maintenance work,” the ministries announced.

Countries that purchase military equipment and weapons from Germany must obtain German permission if they want to export them to another country.

20:30 The American warship “USS Nitze”, equipped with “Tomahawks” missiles, approached the entrance to the Bosphorus Strait and anchored off the coast of Istanbul, the US 6th Fleet announced on Twitter.

The last US warship left the Black Sea in December 2021 – on the eve of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, “USNI News” reminds. Then, in connection with the Russian Federation’s war against Ukraine, Turkey blocked the Bosphorus and Dardanelles to warships not assigned to Black Sea ports.

19:51 The Main Intelligence Department of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine reports that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu is ascribing non-existent victories to himself and escalating the conflict with the Wagnerites.

19:19 Russian troops lost two iron “birds” in Ukraine in one day – an “Orlan” type drone and an attack aircraft SU-25.

Ukrainian aviation has carried out two strikes on the positions of enemy anti-aircraft missile systems, according to the summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, published on the evening of Tuesday, February 7.

“During the day, the aviation of the defense forces carried out 7 strikes on the concentration areas of the occupiers’ personnel and military equipment… Also, our defenders destroyed a Russian attack aircraft SU-25 and an enemy drone of the Orlan type,” the General Staff said in a statement.

18:37 Ukrainian partisans damaged the railway in the occupied territory of Luhansk region.

The head of the military administration of the Luhansk region Sergejs Gaidai said in a telegram that the patriots had set fire to the railway management office and showed the consequences of the partisans’ work. The official added that now the enemy will not be able to deliver either mobilized or ammunition by rail.

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18:06. The Armed Forces of Ukraine “fired” a European country’s annual stockpile of artillery shells in one day, the Financial Times reports.

17.16. The Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, Alexey Danilov, states that the country has its own weapons capable of striking Russian territory outside occupied Ukraine, reports

16:20. Russian delegates should not be prevented from participating in the session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg has announced, responding to the call of 20 OSCE member states to prevent Russian parliamentarians from coming to Vienna. The meeting is scheduled for February 23 and 24 in Vienna, exactly one year after the start of Russia’s repeated invasion of Ukraine.

15:00. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has approved the presidential bill on extending the martial law and general mobilization period for another 90 days, reports

12.43. About 203,000 children from Ukraine, who were forced to leave their homes because of the war, are studying in Germany, German Education Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger said, noting that the children have opportunities to study in the Ukrainian language.

“Of course, we have a great desire that these children do not lose touch with their homeland. That is why we offer them lessons in the Ukrainian language in parallel,” said the minister, whose statement was reported by the broadcasting organization DW.

11.56. Estonian President Alars Karis has signed an order recalling the country’s ambassador in Moscow, and the Russian ambassador in Tallinn is also leaving his post on Tuesday, as diplomatic relations between the two countries worsened in connection with Russia’s war in Ukraine.

10.48. Almost eight million people have fled Ukraine since Russia launched a full-scale war against it almost a year ago, UN emergency coordinator Martin Griffiths said on Monday.

Almost eight million people have fled to neighboring countries, while another 5.3 million have been internally displaced, Griffiths told the UN Security Council in New York on Monday.

10.35. On February 24, the day when the Russian Federation invaded Ukraine, a rally “There is no victory without you!” will be held in Riga. Everyone is invited to participate in the event to support the struggle of the Ukrainian people to preserve their freedom and democracy.

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09.54. The ineffectiveness of Western sanctions imposed on Iran and Russia has led to the fact that the Kremlin was able to purchase US-made components for the “Shahed-131”, “Shahed 136” and “Mohajer-6” drones, according to the US Institute for the Study of War (ISW). Moscow and Tehran are working on plans to build an Iranian drone manufacturing plant on Russian soil. One has already been discovered in Tajikistan.

08.51. The loss of Russian troops in Ukraine has reached 133,190 soldiers by Tuesday morning, according to the General Staff of the Ukrainian Army. According to the data of the general staff, 1030 invaders were destroyed during the day.

Since the beginning of the repeated invasion on February 24 last year, Russia has lost 3,245 tanks, 6,443 armored personnel carriers, 2,232 cannons, 461 multi-charge jets, 227 anti-aircraft artillery systems, 294 airplanes, 284 helicopters, 1,958 drones, 796 cruise missiles, 5,107 tankers, and 18 tankers. and speedboats, as well as 208 units of specialized equipment.

07.09. The Norwegian government has announced a plan to grant Ukraine 75 billion Norwegian kroner (almost seven billion euros) in non-refundable financial aid over five years.

05.32. Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine has killed at least 7,155 civilians and injured another 11,662, the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Monday.

02.03. Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war, Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture and Information Policy has issued recommendations to libraries to write off certain types of books. By November of last year, 19 million books were written in public libraries, including 11 million in Russian, said Yevhenia Kravchuk, deputy chairman of the Supreme Rada Committee on Humanitarian and Information Policy Issues.

00.10 Currently, there are approximately 9,000 Russian soldiers in Belarus. “The territory of Belarus is currently like a training center where orcs are being prepared for the war in Ukraine,” Andrii Yusov, a representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, told Freedom Agency.

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