We won't forgive for Ukraine [Part II]

Day 5,373, 04:33 Published in Lithuania Lithuania by Greenday_1989




I'm starting an education class for zombies to enlighten their brains, where russian propaganda keeps their brains from seeing the light of day. This article will consist of many parts. Intended to show how despicably cruel russia is, wanting to achieve its goals. Only evil and lies prevail in their country, and people believe what is written in their propaganda media, propaganda shows. I will dot all the i's and show the true face of russia. On 2022 may 10th, the parliament of our country voted that russia is committing genocide in Ukraine and that russia is a terrorist state. So I can freely say that russia is a terrorist state. So now it's all over again. How it all started, how the events unfolded, you will see everything in my articles

In 2014, after annexing the Crimean peninsula that belonged to Ukraine and starting a war in Donbas in the same year, russia has been actively supporting separatists in Donetsk and Luhansk regions for 8 years. In 2021, russia begins to mobilize forces at the borders of Ukraine and in the occupied territories. Provocations begin.

The US and analysts have repeatedly warned publicly about the impending invasion. Satellite photos and other data from open sources show that in mid-February, russia had a concentration of about 190,000 soldiers near Ukraine. soldiers, approximately 30 thousand of them - in Belarus. The kremlin denies everything and assures that this is just an exercise.


You can see below satellite images of the Mozyria military airport near the Belarusian city before and after the deployment of russian troops on February 4 and February 22




February 21, 2022

russia begins to implement a further plan - it recognizes the independence of the self-proclaimed "republics" of Donetsk and Luhansk, and soon announces that it will send troops to the separatist-occupied Donbas on a "peacekeeping" mission.



February 24, 2022

In a video released early Thursday morning, russian President vladimir putin announced that his country had no choice but to launch a military operation against the allegedly "neo-Nazi and russian-threatening" Ukraine.
The russian army is attacking the neighboring country from three fronts: in the north - from the territory of Belarus, in the east - across the border between Ukraine and russia, and in the south - from the territory of the Crimean peninsula. The Ukrainian government condemns this "multidirectional large-scale attack" and confirms that the russians have fired missiles at military administration facilities, airports and military warehouses in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro and other cities and regions of the country. On the first day of the attack, the russians managed to occupy the relevant sections of the Ukrainian territory on all fronts of the attack. Making no secret of their goals to carry out a coup and overthrow President Volodymyr Zelenskyi, the occupying forces are advancing menacingly towards the country's capital, Kyiv.

On the first day of the war, russian forces staged a successful operation, with dozens of military helicopters landing soldiers at the strategic Hostomel airport, northwest of Kyiv. The occupied airport became the most important logistical base of the russian forces, which was to become the starting point for the march to the capital of Ukraine. However, after meeting fierce Ukrainian resistance, the russians got stuck in Hostomel.

On the same day, an audio recording of a conversation between border guards stationed on Snake Island in the Black Sea and a russian naval officer. After hearing from the russian cruiser "Moskva" to lay down the weapons and surrender, otherwise there is a threat of fire, the Ukrainian retorte😨 "Русский военный корабль, иди н* х**" And although Ukraine initially announced that all Ukrainians died heroically, and later it turned out that they were captured, the very phrase uttered by Roman Gribov, who was freed after the exchange of prisoners, became one of the most prominent symbols of Ukrainian resistance to the occupiers.



February 25, 2022

The russian army is getting closer, but they are stopped in the suburbs of Kyiv with extremely intense resistance from the defenders. The most dangerous situation is in the northeastern zone of the city, where the most intense fighting is brewing. russian forces are also beginning to attack civilian objects throughout the country. Bombs and rockets fall on residential buildings, hundreds of civilian casualties are reported on the streets. However, after the breakthrough of the first day, the general speed of the movement of the Russian army slowed down, the Ukrainians managed to knock out the already invading forces and capture both the capital and the second largest city of the country, Kharkiv, which the Russians never managed to capture.



February 26-28, 2022

In the first weekend of the war, the russian army, although very slowly, continues to push forward on all fronts, the intensive attack and bombardment of Kyiv, Kharkiv and the city of Mariupol in the south of the country continues. The city of Kherson adjacent to the Crimean peninsula passes from hand to hand, the russians occupy Melitopol and Berdiansk on the way between Crimea and Mariupol. Satellite images show a convoy of russian military equipment more than 60 km long approaching Kyiv, but due to logistical problems, its pace of movement is very slow, and eventually stop.





March 1-3, 2022

After the start of the second week of the war, the russian army intensified its bombardment of civilian objects, and after persistent fighting, the occupiers managed to capture Kherson in the south of the country. Mariupol continues to be heavily bombarded, but defenses are holding up both in this city and in Kharkiv and Kyiv, where the Russian attacks are slowing down as the occupiers continue to try to encircle the capital.







One of the tallest buildings in Ukraine - the 385 m Kyiv TV tower - was attacked by rockets. In less than a week since the start of the war, more than half a million people have reportedly left Ukraine, most of them in Poland.






March 4, 2022

A fire breaks out at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, Europe's largest, after russian soldiers fire on it, but it is managed to be extinguished. The nuclear reactors were not damaged in the assault that ended with the seizure of the power plant. This is the second nuclear power plant to fall into the hands of the russian occupation forces during the war. As soon as the invasion began, the russians occupied the closed Chernobyl nuclear power plant and its territory, through which they carried out a further attack deep into the country.



March 5-12, 2022

Although during this period, the Russian army did not manage to capture any of the major cities of Ukraine, its invasion does not stop. Despite suffering huge losses, Russian troops continue to attempt to encircle the country's major cities, and indiscriminately devastate the strategically important southern city of Mariupol by bombing civilian areas. One of the most cynical attacks was the deliberate bombing of the Mariupol maternity hospital.



Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called the situation in Mariupol "the biggest humanitarian disaster on the planet": during the first weeks of the attacks, more than 1,500 civilians were killed in the port city, most of the population was left without electricity, drinking water and food, and Russian soldiers hindered the organization of evacuations and prevented humanitarian aid with shelling. corridor.

Within two weeks of the start of the war, more than 2.5 million people left Ukraine. people. According to the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, the Russian army lost 12 thousand during this period. soldiers



March 13, 2022

The Russian military fired cruise missiles at the International Peacekeeping and Security Center in Yavoriv, ​​located near the western Ukrainian city of Lviv and about 20 km from the Polish border. The attack killed 35 people and injured at least 134 others. NATO instructors were not at the base during the bombing. On the same night, the airport of Ivano-Frankivsk, another city in the western part of the country, was also attacked.



March 14-23, 2022

The Ukrainian army continues to successfully stop Russian attacks near Kyiv and Kharkiv and in large southern areas of the country. However, in the eastern part of Ukraine, the occupying forces are slowly moving west from the Donbass region, trying to break through the defenses of Izium. In much of Ukraine, the Russians are facing supply problems, forcing units to suspend operations and regroup, but periodic bombing and blockades of major cities continue. The fiercest battles continue to take place in Mariupol, which is sh

Most of the city's residential buildings were damaged or completely destroyed, and thousands of people died. One example of Russian terrorist behavior is the powerful bomb dropped on the Mariupol Drama Theater. A civilian shelter was set up beneath this building: although its roof and walls were initially reported to have survived the blast, at least 300 deaths were later reported.



Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, more than 3.5 million people have already left the country. people. According to the Ukrainian side, the Russian army lost over 15,000 soldiers during this period. soldiers



March 24, 2022

The Ukrainian military destroyed the large Russian Tapir-class amphibious assault ship Saratov during an attack in the Berdiansk port occupied by the occupiers. Two more Ropucha-class ships docked next to each other were damaged and quickly sped away from the harbor. Berdiansk, on the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov, was occupied by the Russians as early as February 27 - it is about 80 km from the besieged Mariupol, where intense fighting continues and the evacuation of civilians continues to be hindered by Russian shelling.






March 25-31, 2022

In the fifth week of the war, Ukraine announced successful counterattacks in the north-eastern part of the country - after pushing the Russian forces out of their positions, they succeeded in liberating some cities on the front line. The counter-attacks were carried out by the Ukrainians after the inertia of the Russian offensive had run out and they were trying to regroup the forces that were in the territory occupied in the first days of the war.



Western military support

Since the beginning of the war, the military support of Western countries has become especially valuable Ukraine. Although criticized for insufficient military aid, which is delayed, Western countries continue to supply anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons - the United States alone gave Ukraine about 7,000. Javelin anti-tank systems - this is a third of the entire US arsenal.



The Western countries that trained and equipped the Ukrainian forces, including Lithuania, made a significant contribution to the fact that the Ukrainians destroyed thousands of Russian military equipment - 8 Russian aircraft were hit by the Stinger anti-aircraft systems donated by Lithuania alone. In addition to light weapons and ammunition, the supply of heavy equipment also began in the second month of the war - Poland and the Czech Republic handed Ukraine tanks, armored vehicles, the United States - artillery, armored vehicles, and Slovakia - anti-aircraft defense systems S-300.




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