Moscow is preparing to respond to the attack

Moscow is preparing to respond to the attack
to Marta Serafini, posted to Kyiv, and Redizione Online

War Bulletin Wednesday, January 4, live.

• The war arrived in Ukraine on 314.
Battle management: Trident of Kyiv and the contradictions in Moscow.
• Kyiv accuses two Russian generals of launching attacks on civilians.
• Moscow’s anger after the attack on Makievka, the General Staff is preparing to respond. Meanwhile, a hotel for journalists in Donbass was targeted, and there were no casualties.

06:28 am – Explosions in the Crimea at Sevastopol and Belbek Airport

In the early hours of the morning, powerful explosions were heard in the Crimea, in Sevastopol and at the Russian Belbek military airport. People who live in the area have reported it on social media, and there is no official confirmation. The hypothesis of a new Ukrainian attack with drones.

05:17 – Another Russian citizen dies in India, a new mystery

A third Russian citizen died in India two weeks later The disappearance of MP Pavel Antov And his friend Bedanov Vladimir. According to the Independent newspaper, the body of a marine engineer from Murmansk – Sergey Milyakov – was found yesterday on board the MB Aldna ship, in the Paradip port of Jagatsinghpur district, Odisha state. The cause of death is not yet known. Milyakov, 51, was the chief engineer of the ship, which was bound for Mumbai from the Bangladeshi port of Chittagong via Odisha. His death follows the December 22 death of Vladimir, who suffered a heart attack, and the December 24 death of Antouf, who fell from the third floor of a hotel in Rayagada, also in Odisha state.

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1205 hours – Russian bombing of Zaporizhia and air raid warning in separate parts of Ukraine

One person was wounded last night in a Russian attack on the outskirts of Zaporizhia in southern Ukraine: the head of the regional military administration, Oleksandr Starukh, announced on Telegram, Ukraineska Pravda reports. Once again the enemy hit the outskirts of Zaporozhye with missiles. As a result of the attack, Staruch wrote, a fire broke out in civilian infrastructure. Also yesterday evening, shortly before midnight, air alerts were sounded in the Donetsk, Kharkiv, Poltava and Dnipropetrovsk regions.

05:10 – Moscow admits 89 dead in the Ukrainian attack on Makievka

According to Moscow, 89 Russian soldiers died on the course Ukrainian attack on the Russian training center in Makiivka, in occupied Donetsk. After an initial silence, the Russian Ministry of Defense admitted that 65 servicemen were missing. However, according to Kyiv sources, the victims will be 300 and possibly 400. Moscow confirmed that the attack was carried out by Kyiv forces after locating the target by tracking the traces of the cell phones of the Russian soldiers.

05:00 – 500 Russian soldiers are killed or wounded in Kyiv in Kherson

Ukrainian forces were killed or wounded in an artillery attack in the Kherson region. This is confirmed by the General Staff in Kyiv, presenting the balance sheet – which has not been independently verified – for the attack that took place on December 31st near the village of Cholakivka. The General Staff also reported an attack on Russian units on January 1 in the village of Fedorivka, without providing details on the number of casualties. Fedorivka and Chulakivka lie on the southeastern side of the Dnipro River. Yesterday, the Ukrainian Armed Forces claimed responsibility for killing 400 Russian soldiers on New Year’s Eve in a HIMARS missile attack on Makevka in Donetsk, while Moscow confirmed that only 63 soldiers were killed.

18:41 – Managing the battle: Kyiv’s trident and Moscow’s contradictions

Preparation, search for goals and implementation. Trident used by Kyiv to manage this stage of the conflict and confront the enemy. In Moscow, on the other hand, they argue about recent setbacks and Vladimir Putin ordering compensation for the relatives of those killed (Here is the military point of Marinelli and Olympio).

Jan 4, 2023 (changed on Jan 4, 2023 | 06:56)

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