According to recent information from the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, the Ukrainian army has shot down four Russian aircraft in the last 24 hours.
The update states that one Su-24M and three Russian Su-25s were shot down while flying over Ukraine.
The Kiev side charged that when firing artillery rounds, missiles, or both at around 30 residential districts, Russia continued to target civilian structures.
On this information, Moscow has not responded.
According to the report, by assembling more units to depart from Kharkov a few days early, the Russian military is bolstering its defences in the Donetsk and Zaporizhia regions.
According to the report, Ukrainian forces are still thwarting enemy attacks in the vicinity of Sirne, Soledar, Mayorsk, Zaitseve, Odradivka, Vesela Dolyna, Vodiane, and Novomykhailivka.
While Russia stopped the operation in Kherson province, Ukraine recently launched a counteroffensive in Kharkov province and regained control of many territory.
Mikhail Podoliak, an advisor to President Zelensky, stated that Ukraine’s present military objectives in the conflict with Russia are to safeguard vital infrastructure and attempt to retake the territories under the control of the self-declared People’s Republics in the Donbass.
These tasks, according to the Ukrainian official, are “achievable,” but “weapons need to be delivered” for Ukraine to accomplish them.
The Kremlin stated that should Ukraine sign a security pact with the US and the West, Russia would step up the tempo of its military campaign.
“We are discussing a document that demonstrates that Ukraine might yet join NATO in the future. One of the biggest threats to our nation, and thus one of the key causes of the conflict, still exists. Regarding the proposed “Kiev Security Treaty,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated on September 14 that “the particular military epidemic continues, or even becomes more necessary.” “Ukraine made the announcement a day ago.
In the proposed treaty, Ukraine is seeking legally binding security guarantees for its safety as well as a commitment to long-term economic assistance from the US and other NATO members. Russia’s bid for neutral status toward Ukraine is denied in the agreement.