The quick collapse of the eastern Ukrainian region of Luhansk, according to the British defence ministry, indicates increased cooperation between Moscow’s soldiers.
According to the UK’s defence ministry, Russia’s takeover of the Luhansk region was comparatively rapid and displayed better coordination than its previous offensives.
Russia, according to the mayor of Slovansk, is “massively shelling” the city.
According to the prosecutor general’s office, the Russian invasion has caused at least 345 children to die in Ukraine.
A joint statement on cooperation in defence and energy was signed by the Ukrainian president and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson during their meeting in Kyiv.
On July 5, the UK asserted that Lysychansk’s capture by Russia had significantly aided Moscow’s efforts to ‘liberate’ Donbass. Russia has reportedly increased its authority over “nearly all of the region of Luhansk” as a result of its comparatively “quick conquest” of the city of Lysychansk, according to the most recent statement from the UK Ministry of Defence.
In contrast to earlier in the battle, Russia has probably managed to develop “fairly effective” coordination between at least two of its units. According to current plans, Ukrainian forces are anticipated to have left in “good order” in the meantime.
According to the report, Russia was able to “claim substantive progress against the policy objective it presented as the immediate purpose of the war, namely “liberating” the Donbass,” thanks to its “relatively rapid capture of Lysychansk, extending its control across virtually all of Luhansk Oblast.”