Russian warships seen off Mykolaiv near Kiev, the Ukrainian capital

In the latest development in the Russo-Ukrainian war, Russian warships have been spotted off the coast of Mykolaiv suggesting an aggressive troop march towards Kiev. The place where Russian warships were observed is also important and strategic because it has direct access to the Black Sea. According to information on the ground consulted by Republic Television Reporting from the war zone, a fierce fight is currently underway between the two armies on the eighth day of the Russian invasion.

look of the Republic field report from Ukraine:

As the Russian military offensive continues, the administration of Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, said: “It’s quiet in Kyiv. The infrastructures are functioning normally: heating, water, electricity, communications are available in all areas.

Mykola Povoroznyk, the first deputy head of Kyiv city state administration said: “The air defense forces worked at night. And the explosions that were heard were triggered by enemy missiles.

Ukrainian forces reach Sumy

Ukrainian Secretary of the Council for National Security and Defense Oleksiy Danilov said that border guards of the 5th Border Guard Detachment reached the Ukrainian state border in the Sumy region together with units of the forces Ukrainian armies.

Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Thursday March 3: “We have been through so much! And if anyone thinks that after overcoming all this Ukrainians are scared, broken or will surrender, he knows nothing about Ukraine. And he has no place in Ukraine.”

“Go home. Protect Russian speakers. Not all over the world, but in our own country,” he added.

Russia-Ukraine War: Latest Updates

In the latest update, Russia claimed the release of Balakliya from Ukrainian nationalists. Russian armed forces have taken control of a number of settlements, according to the Russian Defense Ministry. According to the first Ukrainian army radio, “A column of Russian occupiers was destroyed in the village of Moskovsky Bobrik, Sumy region”.

Ukraine’s Defense Ministry in a statement also claimed: “Russia’s total combat losses from 24.02 to 03.03 were (approximately): about 9,000 people, tanks ‒ 217 units, BBM ‒ 900 units, systems artillery – 90, MLRS – 42, air defenses – 11, aircraft – 30 units (information to be specified) helicopters – 31 units (information to be specified).”

Christi C. Elwood