War in Ukraine. Latest information on October 5th

Live text broadcast – short and concise about the most important Russian war in Ukraine on 5 October. Ukraine has heroically defended its land for seven months against the invasion of the aggressor.

15:16. Kazakh authorities on Wednesday rejected Russia’s request to expel the Ukrainian ambassador and accused Moscow of inappropriate tone in relations between strategic equal partners. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, relations between Moscow and Kazakhstan have become strained.

14:00. Members of the European Union (EU) agreed on Wednesday on the eighth package of sanctions against Russia, in response to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, sources in diplomatic circles said.

12.56. The Russian news agency “Interfax” announced that the Kremlin plans to strengthen the “security of transport infrastructure” in occupied Crimea. It is planned to do so because security would be threatened by Ukrainian special services together with international terrorist organizations, reports the portal pravda.com.ua.

12.25. The former director of the Moscow propaganda channel “Pervy kanal” Marina Ovsyannikova has confirmed that she has escaped from house arrest. “I consider myself completely innocent,” Ovsyannikova said on the Telegram website. On Monday, the Russian Interior Ministry declared Ovsyannikov’s research. Ovsyannikova is accused of “spreading false information about the Russian armed forces”.

11.24. On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law on the annexation of four partially occupied regions of Ukraine. The bill states that the Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions are admitted to the Russian Federation in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation.

11.22. Since the war began, at least 418 children have been killed and at least 787 injured in attacks by Russian troops in Ukraine, Ukraine’s Attorney General’s Office announced Wednesday.

10.29. The loss of Russian troops in Ukraine reached 61,000 soldiers on Wednesday morning, according to the Ukrainian army general staff.

During the day, 200 invaders and 11 tanks were destroyed and four helicopters were shot down. Since the reinvasion began on February 24, the Russians have lost 2,435 tanks, 5,038 troop transport battleships, 1,414 guns, 341 multi-charge rocket launchers, 177 anti-aircraft artillery pieces, 266 airplanes, 232 helicopters, 1,032 unmanned aircraft vehicles, 246 cruise missiles, 3,841 vehicles and tankers and 15 boats, as well as 132 units of specialized equipment.

24.09. The Ukrainian military is making significant gains in the Kherson region as it continues to advance in the Kharkiv and Luhansk regions, analysts from the US Institute for the Study of War (ISW) found.

ISW reports Tuesday that the Ukrainian military has liberated several settlements on the eastern bank of the Inhulets River, forcing Russian forces to retreat towards Kherson.

08.13. The Ukrainian army shot down two Russian helicopters – “Mi-8” and “Mi-24” in the southern zone of hostilities, Ukrainian army operational headquarters “Dienvidi” reported Wednesday.

At least 31 invaders and more than 40 units of Russian equipment were eliminated during the day, including eight tanks, another 26 armored vehicles and vehicles, a large-caliber “Msta-B” howitzer and another cannon. Ukrainian anti-aircraft gunners shot down ten Russian “Orlan-10” drones in the districts of Berislav and Mykolaiv.

07.11. After the liberation of the Kharkiv region, the Ukrainian police continue to find and detain Russian soldiers lost in the forests, the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine announced.

“The first Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Yevhen Yenin, noted that almost every day Russian soldiers are found missing in local forests. Due to hunger, they go out to populated areas, where they are detained by specialists from the Ministry of Interior. Business And, in accordance with the requirements of the Geneva Conventions, adds [gūstekņu] exchange fund “, reads the note.

05.13. European Union (EU) finance ministers agreed on Tuesday to integrate financial aid to Ukraine into the EU budget for 2023 in order to make this aid more structured and predictable, the Vice-President of the European Commission (EC) announced ) Valdis Dombrovskis. This step is expected to further strengthen relations between the EU and Ukraine, a candidate country for the blockade, which is struggling to ensure the functioning of the government in the fight against the full-scale invasion of Russia that began on February 24.

01.49. The Saeima Foreign Affairs Commission will decide today on the revision of another agreement with Russia.

00.22. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi announced in his video speech Tuesday that the Ukrainian army is making a fairly “fast and powerful” advance into the south of the country as part of the ongoing defense operation. “Dozens of settlements have already been liberated from the Russian pseudo-referendum this week alone. This is in the Kherson, Kharkiv, Luhansk and Donetsk regions combined,” Zelensky stressed.

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