182 Days After Russian Invasion, Ukraine Optimistic for Victory

182 Days After Russian Invasion, Ukraine Optimistic for Victory
182 Days After Russian Invasion, Ukraine Optimistic for Victory

Kiev - The Ukrainian people in commemoration of the 31st Ukrainian Independence Day on August 24 this year are optimistic that they will be able to achieve a complete victory over Russia's 182-day colonial rule.

Ukrainian Ambassador to Indonesia Vasyl Hamianin said this was in the midst of the positive results achieved in an effort to push back Russia's military power. This makes the commemoration of Ukraine's Independence Day this year so meaningful.

Vasyl Hamianin said “The great pressure that the Russian invaders put did not make the Ukrainian nation split and surrender. This act of colonialism has proven to have made the Ukrainian nation more united. This year's commemoration of Ukraine's Independence Day is very meaningful."

Ahead of the commemoration of Ukraine's Independence Day, a number of positive things have been achieved. From the battlefield, the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces from February 24 to August 22 managed to make Russia suffer heavy losses. A total of 45,400 troops were eliminated including 1,919 tanks, 4,230 armored vehicles, 1,032 artillery systems, 266 rocket-launching vehicles, 145 anti-aircraft warfare systems, 234 aircraft, 198 helicopters, 3,149 military cars and fuel tanks, 15 military ships, 815 tactical UAVs. , 99 special military equipment and 194 cruise missiles.

The struggle of the Ukrainian people succeeded in forcing Russia to suffer the greatest losses in the Donetsk region, which since 2014 through the support of Vladimir Putin has become a separatist region. The success of the armed forces of Ukraine allowed the opening of trade.

One of them on August 22, at least two ships with Ukrainian agricultural products left the port of Odesa via the "grain corridor". The success of Ukraine in sending agricultural products is a real contribution of Ukraine to overcome the threat of famine that haunts countries that rely on Ukrainian agricultural products as food staples.

The Prosecutor General of Ukraine noted that since the beginning of Russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, 373 Ukrainian children were killed, 723 children were injured. Most of the victims among children were from the Donetsk region. The death toll continues to grow due to the increasingly indiscriminate Russian attack.

On 17 August a Russian rocket attack on the Saltivskyi district of Kharkiv left 19 civilians dead and a local high-rise building damaged. Even on August 22, Russian troops for no apparent reason opened fire in the areas of Sumy, Mykolaiv, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, and Luhansk which resulted in three civilians being killed and eight civilians injured.

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