This has hit the Russian army the most in decades.

The military operation in Ukraine, initiated by the order of Russia Putin, has entered the 17th day. There were clashes and artillery in many parts of the country, especially in Kyiv. Russian troops cannot move forward at the desired pace in the field, but sanctions targeting Moscow from the western world are becoming stricter every day.

Destroyed Russian tank

Russia, which has attacked many cities in Ukraine, continues to accumulate outside the city due to its attack on the country’s most important target, the capital Kyiv. Russian troops, which have manufactured thousands of soldiers and military vehicles outside the city of Kyiv, are still in transit, but the latest transports have been the target of shock attacks by Ukrainian soldiers.

Russian troops carrying Soviet BMP-2 tanks at the exit of Kyiv were followed by Ukrainian soldiers as they unknowingly proceeded down the road. Ukrainian soldiers fired a 30 mm diameter cannon at a Russian tank in sight. First, the tank was destroyed with an accurate shot, and then another tank behind it was destroyed by artillery.

Surprised by what happened, Russian soldiers got off the tank and began to flee. Convoy tanks panicked, lost control, and plunged into an empty field.

Other tanks were parked so that they would not be targeted by Ukrainian soldiers. It turns out that Russian soldiers suffered great losses in the conflict between Ukrainian soldiers and tanker troops were repulsed by Ukrainian soldiers and returned.

This is what happened every minute …

15:28 President of Ukraine Zelensky: Russia is losing casualties in Ukraine at an unprecedented rate. In 16 days, more than 360 tanks, 1,205 armored vehicles, about 60 aircraft and 80 helicopters were destroyed. This has hit the Russian army the most in decades.

15:18 The United Nations (UN) reported that 2 million 597,543 refugees had moved from Ukraine to neighboring countries due to the Russian-Ukraine war.

14:47 Elysee Palace: French President Emmanuel Macron and German Prime Minister Olav Schortz are currently making new calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

13:50 The Russian Ministry of Defense has released footage of troops attacking Ukrainian targets.

13:29 The Institute for the Study of War, a US-based think tank that controls retired generals, said in a recent status report on Ukraine yesterday that Russian troops had been suspended to supply supplies in the siege of Kyiv.

13:00 The number of refugees evacuated to Poland due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine exceeded 1,596,000.

12:38 The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released the latest status report on nuclear power plants in Ukraine. According to the report, Chernobyl could not be powered due to damage to the transmission lines, and the power was coming from a diesel generator.

12:30 The Russian Ministry of Defense reported destroying 3,491 military infrastructure facilities in Ukraine.

12:26 The United States has warned Israel not to accept Russia’s “dirty money” without participating in the sanctions imposed by the Ukrainian war.

12:21 In Mykolaiv, one of the coastal cities of Ukraine, Russian soldiers fired at a hospital where cancer patients were treated.

12:00 Ukrainian officials said Russians could again carry out ground and air strikes in the occupied cities today. While gun battles with sirens are increasing in the capital Kyiv and other big cities, explosions are also heard from the Dnieper, Mykolaiv, Nikolaiev and Kirovohrad rivers. Ukrainian Presidential Advisor Mykhailo Podolyak said the capital Kyiv is ready for conflict.

11:58 Kosovo’s Prime Minister Albin Kurti, who attended the Antalya Foreign Relations Forum, emphasized that Russia refused to invade Ukraine, saying, “We are against it. We support the Ukrainian state’s free struggle to the end.” .. He said.

11:56 Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Irina Bereshuk has announced that it has opened humanitarian aid corridors in more than 10 settlements in the Kyiv and Sumi regions, especially in the cities of Mariupol and Polohy, to evacuate civilians.

11:30 am The Russian Ministry of Defense has released an up-to-date map of the territories under the control of the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk Republics of Ukraine. This is what they personally support.

11:10 am Thomas Greminger, former Secretary-General of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), interpreted the Ukrainian-Russian War as the worst disaster seen since the end of the Cold War.

10:53 Russian troops attacked Vasilkov near Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, with six missiles, attacking fuel tanks and military ammunition depots around the military airport.

09:51 A refrigerated warehouse in the city of Brobarui, 20 kilometers from Kyiv, was the target of Russian soldiers. Photos and statements released by the Ukrainian Emergency Service reported that the warehouse was struck around 03.50 and the fire resulting from the bombing was addressed by four vehicles and 20 personnel. No official statement has been issued regarding the dead or injured.

09:40 Russian troops launched an air raid on the village of Yatsukovka in Kharkov. Houses and cars were damaged by this attack. The number of dead or injured has not yet been announced.

09:28 The Ukrainian Army General Staff reported that the Russian side had a major problem finding reserves.

08:03 The Taiwanese government has introduced a special visa application for Ukrainians who have relatives who hold citizenship or have a residence permit in Taiwan after Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

07:30 YouTube has announced that it has begun to globally block access to Russian state media channels.

06:30 There are reports of air strikes and sirens all over Ukraine, including the capital Kyiv, Cherkasy, Kharkov, Lviv in western Ukraine, and northeastern Sumy.

05:00 The United Nations has described the massive migration that began in Ukraine as Europe’s fastest-growing refugee crisis since 1945, and announced that about 2.5 million people have fled Ukraine.

04:14 The US Treasury has announced that it will impose sanctions on three Russian companies and two related individuals for their contribution to missile development activities.

04:11 US State Department spokesman Ned Price evaluated the latest situation in Ukraine at a daily press conference. Price said he welcomed Turkey’s diplomatic efforts to resolve the Ukraine crisis.

03:06 Russia continued its attacks on the occupied Ukrainian cities Nikolaev and Mariupol all night.

03:00 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that Melitopol’s mayor Ivan Fedrov had been abducted by Russian troops and said that due to these actions, Russian actions would be comparable to those of DAESH. “The arrest of Mayor Melitopol is not a crime against a particular person. It is a crime against 100% democracy. We guarantee that the actions of Russian invaders will be comparable to those of Daesh’s terrorists,” Zelenskiy said. I did. ..

02:37 US President Joe Biden has announced that he has disrupted the Russian economy by announcing some new sanctions. Biden announced that all trade relations with Russia had been suspended, saying Putin had been cornered.

02:25 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked Poland for supporting Ukraine’s request for airspace closure.

00:30 According to a statement from the US Treasury, the Speaker of the House, Speaker of the Russian Parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, Chair of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Gennaji Juganov, and the Board of Directors of VTB Bank were on the “black list”.

00:04 Anton Gerashenko, an adviser to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, announced that Melitopol’s mayor Ivan Fedorov had been kidnapped by Russian troops with a plastic bag on his head.

00:00 Maria Zakharova, a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, said the Ukrainian statement that the Chernobyl nuclear power plant threatened after being placed under Russian military control did not reflect the truth.

23:00 Ned Price, a US State Department spokesperson, said sanctions were imposed on Tatiana Navka, the wife of Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov, and her older children.