Today, October 7, is the 226th day of the Russian war against Ukraine. The Armed Forces of Ukraine are pushing the Russian occupation away from Kupiansk meter by meter. The pace of the counter-offensive is maintained, and the flag of Ukraine is again raised in Oleksandrivka, Kherson region.
Perhaps in honour of the birthday of Putin, who turns 70 today, in the Kherson region, the Russians shot down a convoy of buses with Ukrainians trying to evacuate. After that, in the village of Lyubimovka, Kherson region, the Armed Forces of Ukraine discovered a pigsty where the invaders set up a "headquarters": they brought stolen washing machines and other household items there and literally arranged sleeping places in cattle pens. Swinishness.
Ukraine opened a hotline, I WANT TO LIVE, for Russian citizens who came to our land. Ukraine calls on those Russians who do not want to die for Putin's fantasies to call the I WANT TO LIVE line and surrender. Since September 21, more than 2.000 Russian soldiers have called the line and asked how they could surrender to the Ukrainian side.
Losses of the Russian army in the war against Ukraine:
- 61.680 — personnel;
- 2.466 — tanks;
- 5.093 — armoured personnel vehicle;
- 1.455/344 — artillery systems/MRS;
- 177 — anti-aircraft warfare systems;
- 266/233 — aircraft/helicopters;
- 1.067 — UAV operational-tactical level;
- 876 — cruise missiles
- 15 — warship/boats
- 3.862 — vehicles, fuel tanks;
- 135 — special equipment.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine approved the draft law on voluntary military service of the female population of Ukraine. Now women have the right to undergo military training and go to defend the country.
Joe Biden said that Putin is not joking about the possible use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine. At the same time, the minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine, Oleksii Reznikov, says that the nuclear potential of the aggressor country expired back in 1977.