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682 Day the Russia-Ukraine War Conflict Updates

Kyiv asserts that Russia has launched North Korean-supplied missiles against Ukraine for the first time. A US official cautions that the window for resupplying aid to Ukraine is rapidly closing.

HERE IS THE SITUATION ON SATURDAY 6 JAN 29, 2024. (682 DAY)

Russia Strikes Ukraine with North Korean Missiles

Russia Strikes Ukraine with North Korean Missiles in Unprecedented Attack; International Response Intensifies In a significant development, a senior official from Kyiv has confirmed that Russia deployed missiles supplied by North Korea during its invasion, validating an earlier White House assertion. British Secretary of State for Defence, Grant Shapps, expressed a strong stance, stating, – “We’ll make sure North Korea pays a high price for supporting Russia.”

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682 Day the Russia-Ukraine War Conflict Updates

President Joe Biden’s top budget official, Shalanda Young, issued a warning about the rapidly diminishing time for lawmakers to replenish US aid for Ukraine. The funds remain entangled in congressional negotiations over immigration, where a resolution has been elusive. Young acknowledged the limited capacity of the Pentagon to provide substantial equipment to Kyiv, emphasizing the urgency of the situation.

675 Day the Russia-Ukraine War Conflict Updates – Russian Oligarchs

Ireland’s Foreign Minister, Micheál Martin, underscored the importance of the international community standing firm in its resolve to support Ukraine during these challenging times.

Russian air defense units reported downing missiles and drones in night-time attacks over the Crimea peninsula and the western part of the Black Sea, according to Russia’s defense ministry. The Ukrainian military, which does not consistently disclose its actions in Crimea, has not issued any reports on the incident.

In response to the escalating conflict, Nepal has prohibited its citizens from traveling to Russia or Ukraine for employment after the deaths of ten young men and the reported disappearance of dozens, primarily within the Russian military. Over 200 Nepali soldiers are believed to have enlisted in the Russian army since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, as reported by Nepal’s foreign ministry.

A British defense intelligence update on Ukraine highlighted that “over the last week, ground combat has continued to be characterized by either a static frontline or very gradual, local Russian advances in key sectors.”

Russian Oligarch Mikhail Fridman’s Firm Initiates $1B Lawsuit Against Ukraine Over Sense Bank Nationalization

Russian officials in the southern border city of Belgorod offered to evacuate residents following fatal Ukrainian attacks. Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov’s offer came a day after overnight shelling injured at least two people and damaged high-rise buildings.

Ukraine released images claiming to show a downed Russian Kinzhal ballistic missile, purportedly intercepted using the US Patriot anti-aircraft system. The Guardian was unable to independently verify this claim, underscoring the complexity of the situation and the need for heightened international attention and resolution.

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