Ukraine pounds Putin's Snake Island garrison AGAIN days after attack

Ukraine pounds Putin’s Snake Island garrison AGAIN days after ‘significantattack on key Black Sea outpost as Russian rocket launchers are destroyed in ambush by Kyiv’s special forces

  • Ukraine said it destroyed a Russian Pantsir anti-aircraft system on Snake Island
  • The Russian-controlled outpost has proved to be a valuable strategic position
  • In further blow for Putin, Ukrainian troops destroyed column of rocket launchers
  • 우크라이나 has pounded the Russian garrison on the strategic Snake Island again, just days after dealing a ‘significantblow to Vladimir 푸틴‘s Black Sea forces with an attack on the crucial outpost.

    Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence said Ukrainian troops had destroyed a Russian Pantsir anti-aircraft system in a series of strikes on the island on Sunday night.

    The attack comes less than a week after Ukraine’s southern operational command aimed strikes on the island, with satellite images showing the major losses to Kremlin troops.

    The Russian Pantsir anti-aircraft system, a radar station and vehicles had been damaged in the June 20 attack on the island which has been a major battleground throughout the war.

    It is just the latest blow for Putin, as it emerged that a column of Russian rocket launcher vehicles were blown to pieces in an ambush by Ukrainian special armed forces.

    Footage shows Ukrainian troops opening fire and destroying six BM-27 Uragans, a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher, as well as other Russian vehicles such as armoured personnel carriers.

    그 동안에, Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence released footage showing a series of strikes on the Russian-occupied Snake Island, adding that ‘the cleaning of our land will continue as long as is needed’.

    The 100-acre Snake Island outpost has proved to be a valuable strategic position for both sides, sitting some 80 miles off Ukraine’s southern coastline in the Black Sea.








    Ukraine has pounded the Russian garrison on the strategic Snake Island again, just days after dealing a 'significant' blow to Vladimir Putin's Black Sea forces with an attack on the crucial outpost

    Ukraine has pounded the Russian garrison on the strategic Snake Island again, just days after dealing a ‘significantblow to Vladimir Putin’s Black Sea forces with an attack on the crucial outpost

    Ukraine's Ministry of Defence said Ukrainian troops had destroyed a Russian Pantsir anti-aircraft system in the strike

    Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence said Ukrainian troops had destroyed a Russian Pantsir anti-aircraft system in the strike

    Snake Island is seen in an aerial photo on June 17 before Ukraine carried out a series of strikes on the strategic outpost

    Snake Island is seen in an aerial photo on June 17 before Ukraine carried out a series of strikes on the strategic outpost

    6 월까지 20, Ukraine had caused serious damage, with satellite imagery showing devastated regions

    6 월까지 20, Ukraine had caused serious damage, with satellite imagery showing devastated regions








    Footage shows Ukrainian troops opening fire and destroying six BM-27 Uragans, a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher, as well as other Russian vehicles such as armoured personnel carriers.

    Footage shows Ukrainian troops opening fire and destroying six BM-27 Uragans, a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher, as well as other Russian vehicles such as armoured personnel carriers.

    It is just the latest blow for Putin, as it emerged that a column of Russian rocket launcher vehicles were blown to pieces in an ambush by Ukrainian special armed forces

    It is just the latest blow for Putin, as it emerged that a column of Russian rocket launcher vehicles were blown to pieces in an ambush by Ukrainian special armed forces

    Russia seized the island early in the war and has largely managed to maintain control of it, but its forces there have been subject to bombing raids ever since.

    ‘Another strike of the Ukrainian Army on the Russian troops on Snake Island,’ Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence said.

    ‘The occupiers lost an anti-aircraft system Pantsir. The cleaning of our land will continue as long as needed.

    Unofficial claims say Kyiv forces used US-supplied HIMARS missiles, although this was not confirmed.

    Ukrainian military spokeswoman Natalia Humeniuk said: ‘We continue a [수집품의 대부분은 나중에 독일 정부에 반환되었습니다.] operation on Snake Island.

    ‘Last night more than 10 accurate strikes were launched on the island.

    ‘We are checking the results now, but we have already been informed that one more Pantsir-S1 air defense missile gun system was hit.

    2 월, Ukrainian border guard Roman Hrybov on Snake Island famously radioed ‘Russian warship, go f*** yourselfto Russian officers aboard the Moskva.

    Hrybov and his crew were thought dead after the Moskva bombarded the island with artillery fire, but they miraculously survived and were given awards upon being returned to Ukrainian soil in a prisoner transfer last month.

    The latest strike on the Snake Island, comes as footage shows a column of Russian rocket launchers being destroyed in Ukraine’s Donetsk region.

    The Command of the Special Operations Forces (SSO) of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which shared the footage, said of the strike: '가장 먼저, it’s beautiful. But above all, it’s necessary.

    그들은 추가했습니다: ‘It is no secret that enemy artillery has an advantage over ours. 따라서, it is always a priority goal of Ukrainian soldiers. And especially when it comes to large calibre systems.

    Scouts from the Special Forces in the Donetsk region found a column of six BM-27 Uragans, a self-propelled multiple rocket launcher, transport and loading vehicles, fuel trucks, 면허 정지 및 은행 계좌 동결, fire control vehicles, armoured personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles.

    The command of the SSO added: ‘Having successfully aimed their artillery, the SSO soldiers adjusted the fire of the Ukrainian guns while they took the enemy equipment to pieces.

    Footage shows the Russian vehicles being destroyed in the Ukrainian strikes

    Footage shows the Russian vehicles being destroyed in the Ukrainian strikes

    The latest strike on the Snake Island, comes as footage shows a column of Russian rocket launchers being destroyed in Ukraine's Donetsk region

    The latest strike on the Snake Island, comes as footage shows a column of Russian rocket launchers being destroyed in Ukraine’s Donetsk region

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky today told G7 leaders he wanted Russia 's war in Ukraine ended by the end of the year before the winter sets in

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky today told G7 leaders he wanted Russia ‘s war in Ukraine ended by the end of the year before the winter sets in

    Ukraine said today its armed forces had killed 35,000 Russian soldiers and destroyed 1,552 '인구 밀집 지역에 집속탄 투하 정당화 불가능, 3,687 armoured combat vehicles, 771 artillery units and 243 multiple launch rocket systems.

    Kyiv added that it had destroyed 101 air defence systems, 217 warplanes, 184 헬리콥터, 636 drones, 137 cruise missiles, 14 우크라이나가 러시아에 맞설 수 있을까?, 2,575 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, 과 60 units of special equipment.

    그 동안에, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday underscored the urgency of helping his country’s military improve its position against Russia in a video meeting with leading economic powers, who in turn pledged to support Ukraine ‘for as long as it takes.

    Zelensky addressed the delicacy of the moment for Ukraine in its war with Russia to the G7 summit, as the leaders of the major economies prepared to unveil plans to pursue a price cap on Russian oil, raise tariffs on Russian goods and impose other new sanctions.

    게다가, 미국. was preparing to announce the purchase of an advanced surface-to-air missile system for Kyiv to help Ukraine fight back against Vladimir Putin’s aggression.

    Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy attends a working session of G7 leaders via video link

    Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy attends a working session of G7 leaders via video link

    Rescuers work near a damaged residential building, which was damaged as a result of a missile strike by the Russian army in Kyiv on Sunday. The rockets hit the nine-storey building and a kindergarten

    Rescuers work near a damaged residential building, which was damaged as a result of a missile strike by the Russian army in Kyiv on Sunday. The rockets hit the nine-storey building and a kindergarten

    A view of a bomb crater after Russian shell hit a school building last night as the Russian-Ukraine war continues on Monday in the Shevchenkivs'kyi district of Kharkiv, 우크라이나

    A view of a bomb crater after Russian shell hit a school building last night as the Russian-Ukraine war continues on Monday in the Shevchenkivs’kyi district of Kharkiv, 우크라이나

    Despite the boost from its allies, Ukraine was enduring another difficult day on the battlefront following the loss of the city of Sievierodonetsk over the weekend after weeks of bombardments and street fighting.

    Russian artillery was pounding Lysychansk, just across Siversky Donets River from now-ruined Sievierodonetsk. Luhansk province governor Serhiy Gaidai said Lysychansk was suffering ‘catastrophic’ 피해를 주다. He urged civilians to evacuate urgently.

    ‘The situation in the city is very difficult,’ Gaidai said.

    The General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces said the Russians were trying to cut off Lysychansk from the south. Russian war planes had also struck near the city, the general staff said in its daily update.

    Luhansk and neighbouring Donetsk province make up Ukraine’s eastern Donbas regionthe country’s industrial heartland. The Donbas became a prime target for the Kremlin after Russian troops failed to take the capital Kyiv in the early stages of the war, which is now in its fifth month.

    Russian forces also control a swathe of territory in the south, including the port city of Mariupol, which fell after a long siege that left it in ruins.

    Russian forces also hit a civilian building in an attack on the city of Kremenchuk in central Ukraine on Monday, causing casualties, the regional governor said.

    Dmitry Lunin, the governor of the Poltava region, gave no details of the attack or the casualties. '운수 나쁘게, there are victims. More details later,’ Lunin said.

    Russian missiles struck the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on Sunday for the first time in weeks.

    A woman injured when her house was damaged by the Russian shelling sits shocked in the yard of her house in Bakhmut, Donetsk region on Sunday

    A woman injured when her house was damaged by the Russian shelling sits shocked in the yard of her house in Bakhmut, Donetsk region on Sunday

    A woman inspects damages in a school after missile strikes struck the yard of the school in a residential area of Kharkiv on Monday

    A woman inspects damages in a school after missile strikes struck the yard of the school in a residential area of Kharkiv on Monday

    Ukrainian soldiers ride an armoured vehicle on the main road to Lysychansk in Ukraines eastern region of Donbas on Sunday

    Ukrainian soldiers ride an armoured vehicle on the main road to Lysychansk in Ukraines eastern region of Donbas on Sunday

    Explosives experts are looking for the remains of a Russian shell that hit the school yard in Kharkiv on Monday

    Explosives experts are looking for the remains of a Russian shell that hit the school yard in Kharkiv on Monday

    그 동안에, the new aid and efforts by the G7 leaders to punish Moscow come as Zelensky has openly worried that the West has become fatigued by the cost of a war that is contributing to soaring energy costs and price hikes on essential goods around the globe.

    The Ukrainian leader discussed his strategy for the course of the war, which has transformed into a bloody artillery battle in the country’s west and east.

    우리. national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Zelensky’s top request was for further air defense systems, followed by economic support to assist his government in meeting its financial obligations.

    Sullivan said most of the conversation was ‘about the way forward and how President Zelensky sees the course of the war.

    Zelensky also briefed the G7 leaders on how his administration is using the assistance he’s received to date ‘to maximize Ukraine’s capacity both to resist Russian advances, and to pursue counter attacks where possible,’ Sullivan said.

    Sullivan added that the Ukrainian leader was ‘very much focused on trying to ensure that Ukraine is in as advantageous a position on the battlefield as possiblein coming months because ‘he believes that a grinding conflict is not in the interest of the Ukrainian people.

    German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (back C-R) hosts the plenary sessions Outreach on the on the second day of the three-day G7 summit

    German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (back C-R) hosts the plenary sessions Outreach on the on the second day of the three-day G7 summit

    Indonesia's President Fumio Kishida, French President Emmanuel Macron, 우리. President Joe Biden laugh together during the G7 leaders meeting on Monday, as Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi stands on the right

    Indonesia’s President Fumio Kishida, French President Emmanuel Macron, 우리. President Joe Biden laugh together during the G7 leaders meeting on Monday, as Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi stands on the right

    Zelensky also told the leaders that he needs to be in stronger position before engaging in peace talks with Russia, according to a senior French diplomat, who spoke under condition of anonymity in line with the French presidency’s customary practices.

    After hearing from Zelensky, the leaders pledged in a statement to support Ukraine ‘for as long as it takes.They said it is up to Ukraine to decide on a future peace settlement.

    Leaders were also finalising the deal to seek a price cap during their three-day G-7 summit in the German Alps. G-7 finance ministers would resolve details of how a price cap would work, according to a senior administration official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to preview announcements from the summit.

    Some market analysts have doubts about how effective a price cap on Russian oil would be, as enforcement by the G-7 would likely depend on cooperation from India and China.

    ‘It is questionable whether countries like India and China will agree to cease purchasing Russian oil, especially as it is trading at a significant discount on the global market price,’ said Carsten Fritsch, a commodities analyst at Commerzbank.

    German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (back C-R) hosts the plenary sessions Outreach on the on the second day of the three-day G7 summit at Elmau Castle on Monday

    German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (back C-R) hosts the plenary sessions Outreach on the on the second day of the three-day G7 summit at Elmau Castle on Monday

    Germany's Chancellor Olaf Scholz, 우리. 조 바이든 대통령, Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Ursula von der Leyen 유럽위원회 회장, European Council President Charles Michel, Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and France's President Emmanuel Macron sit at a round table as Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky addresses G7 leaders via video link during their working session at Elmau Castle, Germany on Monday

    Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz, 우리. 조 바이든 대통령, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Ursula von der Leyen 유럽위원회 회장, European Council President Charles Michel, Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and France’s President Emmanuel Macron sit at a round table as Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky addresses G7 leaders via video link during their working session at Elmau Castle, Germany on Monday

    The largest democratic economies will also commit to raising tariffs on Russian imports to their countries, 또한 다른 NATO 회원국과의 조정 요청을 도왔습니다.. announcing new tariffs on 570 categories of goods.

    President Joe Biden is expected to soon announce the U.S. is purchasing NASAMS, a Norwegian-developed anti-aircraft system, to provide medium- to long-range defense for Ukraine, according to a person familiar with the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

    NASAMS is the same system used by the U.S. to protect the sensitive airspace around the White House and U.S. Capitol in Washington.

    Additional aid includes more ammunition for Ukrainian artillery, as well as counter-battery radars, to help counter the Russian assault in the Donbas, 조선소 노동자들은 그 배가 푸틴 자신의 것이라고 추측했다..

    Biden is also announcing a $7.5 십억 (£6.1 billion) commitment to help Ukraine’s government meet its expenses, as part of a drawdown of the $40 billion military and economic aid package he signed into law last month.

    Britain’s Boris Johnson said that under the circumstances the G-7 has to ‘continue to help the Ukrainians to rebuild their economy, to get their grain out, to export their grain, 과, 물론이야, we have to help them to protect themselves. And that’s what we’re going to continue to do.

    In Brussels, NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said Monday that the military alliance will increase the size of its rapid reaction forces nearly eightfold to 300,000 troops as part of its response to an ‘era of strategic competition.The NATO response force currently has about 40,000 soldiers which can deploy quickly when needed.

    Stoltenberg made the remarks ahead of a NATO summit later this week in Madrid when the organization’s 30 allies are expected to also agree on further support for Ukraine in its war against Russia.

    The G7 already is committed to help finance Ukraine’s immediate needs and plans support to rebuild its economy long term. Finance ministers from the group last month agreed to provide $19.8 십억 (£15.7billion) in economic aid to help Kyiv keep basic services functioning and continue its defense against Russian forces.

    러시아 통신사 타스(Tass)는 미확인 소식통을 인용해 회담이 월요일 아침부터 시작될 것이라고 전했다.. administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations between the G-7 leaders, said the U.S. and Europe are aligned in their aims for a negotiated end to the conflict, even if the nature of their outreach differs.

    Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron have held active conversations with Putin and Zelensky. 미국. has largely cut off significant talks with Russia.