Russia-Ukraine conflict reaches "strategic turning point"

 Russia's air and missile forces have carried out air strikes against the cities of Lutsk and Ivano-Frankivsk in western Ukraine over the past 24 hours.

However, the momentum of Russian forces on the ground is still limited due to logistics problems and Ukrainian resistance.

The UK's defense ministry commented: "The determined resistance of the Ukrainian air defense forces is forcing Russia to rely on anti-aircraft weapons to launch attacks against targets deeper inside Ukraine."

According to the British Ministry of Defense, Russian planes supporting ground forces are relying on "inaccurate" weapons and their use significantly increases the likelihood of civilian casualties.

Ukraine's General Staff also said that Russian forces were regrouping after "suffering heavy losses". Ukrainian soldiers pushed a number of enemy units into "adverse positions" near the Belarusian border, behind the main Russian army.

Explosions continued to be heard near the capital, Kiev, but it was not clear whether the attack came from Russia or Ukraine.

According to CNN, fighting is still ongoing on the outskirts of the Ukrainian capital, with the northern regions in the most dangerous situation, including the suburbs of Bucha, Irpin and Hostomel, as well as the Vyshorod region to the east. North Kiev.

Fighting also escalated in the city of Brovary in northern Ukraine. Kiev mayor Vitali Klitschko told CNN that the city currently has only resources, including food and medical supplies, for one to two weeks.

Meanwhile, according to Interfax Ukraine, Ukraine accused the Russian military of arresting the mayor of Melitopol city Ivan Fedorov. This city is under Russian control.

According to Reuters, President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine had reached a "strategic turning point" in the conflict with Russia as Russian troops were regrouping to attack Kiev.
Mr. Zelensky said on March 12: "It is impossible to say how many days ahead of us to liberate the territory of Ukraine. But we can say that we will. We have been moving forward. goal and victory".
Zelensky's remarks came as Russia's main thrust was grounded in the roads north of Kiev, thereby failing the initial plan to take control of the Ukrainian capital briefly.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko that the Russia-Ukraine talks are practically daily and some progress is being made. The delegations of Moscow and Kiev have held three rounds of talks in Belarus, but the time and place of the fourth meeting has yet to be determined. The event is scheduled to take place in the near future.


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