17 April 2022 - Ukraine Special Weapons News
- Ukraine Says Mariupol Has Not Fallen VOA 17 Apr 2022 -- Ukraine's prime minister said Sunday that the strategic port city of Mariupol remains under Ukrainian control.
- The operational update regarding the russian invasion on 18.00 on April 17, 2022 Ukraine MOD 17 Apr 2022
- The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 17.04 Ukraine MOD 17 Apr 2022
- The operational update regarding the russian invasion on 06.00 on April 17, 2022 Ukraine MOD 17 Apr 2022
- Amid Intensified Fighting, Reports Continue To Surface Of Ukrainians Forcibly Relocated To Russia RFE/RL 17 Apr 2022 -- As fighting in Ukraine's south and east intensifies, reports that Russian forces are forcibly relocating Ukrainians citizens to Russia continue to surface.
- Facts about Russia-Ukraine conflict: Russia says urban area of Mariupol fully controlled People's Daily 17 Apr 2022 -- The Russia-Ukraine conflict continued on Saturday as the Russian military announced that the entire urban area of Mariupol city in eastern Ukraine has been fully controlled. The following are the latest developments:
- Latest Developments in Ukraine: April 17 VOA 17 Apr 2022
- The answer to the attempt of "ruble occupation" of the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions must be full coverage of the Russian banking system by sanctions - address by the President of Ukraine President of Ukraine 17 Apr 2022
- Ukraine's PM says troops will 'fight to the end' against Russians in Mariupol Press TV 17 Apr 2022 -- Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal says his country's forces will "fight to the end" against Russians in Mariupol, and that the strategic port city has "not fallen" yet.
- Zelenskiy Speaks With IMF Chief As Ukrainian Officials Press Need For Financial Aid RFE/RL 17 Apr 2022 -- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he has spoken with the chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about his country's financial situation and its plans for postwar reconstruction efforts.
- Zelenskiy Invites Macron To Visit Ukraine: 'I Want Him To Understand...This Is Genocide' RFE/RL 17 Apr 2022 -- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he has invited French President Emmanuel Macron to visit Ukraine to see evidence that Russian forces have committed "genocide," a term Macron has avoided using.
- Zelenskiy Vows Strong Resistance In Eastern Ukraine As Desperate Mariupol Teeters RFE/RL 17 Apr 2022 -- As the defense of Mariupol teetered on the verge of collapse, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy vowed that his forces would put up determined resistance to the expected large-scale Russian offensive in the east of the country.
- Zelensky Tells CNN Ukraine Ready to Fight Russia For 10 Years Sputnik 17 Apr 2022 -- Russia began a special military operation in Ukraine on 24 February following calls from the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics to defend their civilian population amid intensified shelling by Ukrainian forces.
- Russia: Ukrainian soldiers who surrender in Mariupol will be spared Press TV 17 Apr 2022 -- Russia says Ukrainian soldiers have until Sunday to lay down arms and surrender in the southern city of Mariupol as the city has been under siege for weeks.
- Update 55 - IAEA Director General Statement on Situation in Ukraine IAEA 17 Apr 2022 -- Ukraine informed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) today that there had been no significant new developments related to nuclear safety and security over the past 24 hours, Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said.
- Ukraine: EU boosts humanitarian aid with additional â‚¬50 million European Commission 17 Apr 2022 -- As heavy fighting and missile strikes continue to destroy critical civilian infrastructure, humanitarian needs in Ukraine remain extremely high. Despite access and security constraints, EU humanitarian partners are providing assistance to vulnerable people in different regions of Ukraine.
- Austrian Chancellor Says Putin Willing to Take Part in International Probe on War Crimes in Ukraine Sputnik 17 Apr 2022 -- Ukrainian and Western officials and media have spent weeks accusing Russian troops of grisly war crimes in Ukraine, from sexual assaults and executions of civilians to other violent acts. Russian officials have pointed to major holes in the Ukrainian and Western narrative and pointed to documented evidence of war crimes committed by Kiev.
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