Articles tagged "Ukrenergo"

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, April 6

Czechia warns Russia is trying to sabotage railways in Europe -- Ukraine hits Russia's Engels air base. Can it change how Russia attacks? -- Russian use of prohibited chemical weapons has become systemic -- How Ukrainian social media influencer raised over $50 million for military thanks to ‘typing’ -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Monday, March 11

Russia steps up use of poisonous chemicals in Ukraine -- Massive Russian drone attack damages infrastructure, homes in Odesa -- St Petersburg airport suspends operations after drone attack -- Fire breaks out at oil depot in Russia's Kursk Oblast -- US, Japan hope to accelerate joint defense production -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, March 5

Railway bridge blown up in Russia's Samara Oblast -- Ukraine's military intelligence claims cyberattack on Russian Defense Ministry -- Ukraine plans record electricity exports to 5 countries -- Poland to ask EU to sanction Russian, Belarusian agricultural products -- SBU suspects 2 Russian generals of bombing residential buildings in Kyiv Oblast town -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, November 23

Ukraine to operate F-16 jets in late spring in 'best-case scenario' -- Polish investigation into Russian spy network results in 15 arrests -- Russians consider Cyprus, Hungary top locations for foreign investment -- At least 2 killed by Russian strike on hospital in Selydove on Nov 20 -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, November 16

Russia planned to steal grain and starve Ukrainians ahead of invasion, evidence shows -- Russia admits Ukrainian troops operate on Dnipro River's occupied east bank -- Russia not elected to UNESCO Executive Board for the first time in history -- Moscow university imports Canadian drone detector despite sanctions -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Sunday, October 29

Russian attacks damaged 70 large energy facilities in Ukraine -- Is Ukraine’s new Black Sea corridor working? Experts say it has potential -- Ukraine, Netherlands start talks on bilateral security guarantees agreement -- Russia has lost 4,000 soldiers in battle for Avdiivka -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, October 14

Marine drones strike Russian ships near Crimea -- Ukrainian resistance in occupied Melitopol blows up train carrying Russian ammunition, fuel -- Russian offensive in Avdiivka faces setbacks -- Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant to move second reactor into hot shutdown -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, September 22

Ukraine advancing past final Russian defensive line in western Zaporizhzhia Oblast -- The continued menace of Russian disinformation -- Russia launches missile strike against recreational facility in Odesa Oblast -- Ukraine strikes Russian air base in Crimea -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Friday, July 28

Russian oligarchs enjoy luxury life in UK under sanctions exemptions -- Ukraine needs more air defenses to protect its cities -- Putin attempts to bribe African leaders with free grain after pulling out of grain deal -- Ukraine's energy operator readies for worst-case scenario next winter -- China's support increasingly important for Russia's war effort -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Tuesday, May 23

Ukrainian forces still fighting in Bakhmut, Russia brings reinforcements -- Russia creates ‘elite’ ground attack aviation group for Ukraine operations -- Air defense needs more systems to counter ballistic missiles -- NATO allies consider Israeli-style security agreement for Ukraine -- Mistress of top Kremlin propagandist gave birth in US -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Saturday, May 6

“We are only safe today thanks to Ukraine” -- HIMARS become less effective in Ukraine due to Russia's jamming -- Russian forces shell power station in Donetsk Oblast for more than 2 hours -- Russia will 'highly likely remain unable' to protect railways from further sabotage -- Russia's deportation of Ukrainian children 'may amount' to crime against humanity -- and more

Ukraine Daily Summary - Thursday, April 20

Russia possibly preparing to sabotage wind turbines, gas pipes, power cables in Nordic countries -- Defense Ministry says complex measures of counteroffensive underway in the east -- Ukraine’s agricultural sector has suffered more than $8 billion from war damage -- Patriot systems from US, Netherlands already in Ukraine -- Russian propaganda entrenched in eastern Ukraine -- and more