War of the 332nd day – Meduza

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Meduza has been following the Russian invasion of Ukraine live since February 24, 2022. Read the chronicle of events on January 20 here.

Top news:

  • The United States advised Ukraine to delay its offensive at the front and wait for the supply of weapons, a source in the Joe Biden administration told Reuters.
  • The participants of the meeting of representatives of the allied countries of Ukraine at the Ramstein airbase could not agree on the supply of Leopard 2 tanks to Kyiv.
  • Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili opposed the resumption of air traffic with Russia and called for tougher conditions for the stay of Russian citizens in the country.
  • Moscow police prohibit taking photos near the monument to Lesya Ukrainka, where a spontaneous memorial has appeared in memory of those killed in the Dnieper.
  • The United States will declare PMC Wagner a “transnational criminal organization.” “Finally, we are colleagues with the United States,” Prigozhin replied.
  • The German Federal Intelligence Service, according to Bild, believes that Ukraine is losing “three-digit numbers of soldiers” in the battles near Bakhmut every day.

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