17 September 2022 - Ukraine Special Weapons News
- The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 17.09 Ukraine MOD 17 Sep 2022
- Zelenskyy: Russia's Crimes in Ukraine Being Revealed VOA 17 Sep 2022 -- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his daily address Friday that crimes Russian forces have committed in Ukraine's now-liberated Kharkiv region are being revealed and recorded.
- Zelenskiy Calls On Global Community To Condemn Russian 'Terrorist State' Following Discovery Of Mass Burial Site RFE/RL 17 Sep 2022 -- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has called on the international community to condemn the Russian "terrorist stateā following the discovery of a mass burial site and evidence of torture in Izyum, days after the city was retaken from Russian forces during Ukraine's successful offensive in the northeastern Kharkiv region.
- Ukraine says received new $1.5bn financial aid from US Press TV 17 Sep 2022 -- Ukraine says it has received a further $1.5 billion in international financial assistance from the United States.
- Ukraine slams Germany for failing to supply it with weaponry, tanks Press TV 17 Sep 2022 -- Ukraine's Foreign Ministry has slammed Germany for failing to supply the war-torn country with heavy weaponry and tanks.
- Ukraine Warns People Against Rushing Back To Newly Liberated Settlements In Kharkiv Region RFE/RL 17 Sep 2022 -- Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk has urged people not to rush back to newly liberated settlements in the Kharkiv region and to allow authorities to restore security measures as shelling continues in the area.
- Russia strikes Ukraine positions after Kiev hit nuclear plant Press TV 17 Sep 2022 -- Russia says it has struck several of Ukraine's positions in the wake of the shelling by the Ukrainian side of spots near Europe's biggest nuclear power plant Zaporizhzhia.
- Struggling To Fill Out Its Ranks In Ukraine War, Russia Resorts To 'Illegal' Regional Mobilization RFE/RL 17 Sep 2022 -- By all accounts except the Kremlin's, Russia is struggling with military manpower shortages as its invasion of Ukraine continues in its seventh month. Western estimates say Russia may have suffered 25,000 combat fatalities and as many as 80,000 total casualties so far in fighting that has achieved none of the Kremlin's stated objectives.
- NATO Reaffirms Ukraine Support As Zelenskiy Urges World Condemnation Of Russian 'Terrorist State' RFE/RL 17 Sep 2022 -- The NATO military alliance said it would support Ukraine in its fight against Russia āfor as long as it takesā after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy stepped up calls for Western sanctions against Moscow following the discovery of a mass burial site in a city once occupied by Russian forces.
- Update 103 - IAEA Director General Statement on Situation in Ukraine IAEA 17 Sep 2022 -- Ukraine's Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) is once again receiving electricity directly from the national grid after engineers repaired one of the four main external power lines that have all been damaged during the conflict, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) learnt at the site today.
- Ukraine's Lightning Counteroffensive Has Russian Teachers Rethinking Plans To Work In Occupied Areas RFE/RL 17 Sep 2022 -- During the summer, the Kremlin hatched a plan to fill hundreds of vacancies in schools in the occupied territories of Ukraine by luring Russian teachers there with sky-high salaries and other incentives.
|Join the GlobalSecurity.org mailing list|