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Ukraine war briefing: Zelenskiy’s army of drones gets its own commander | Ukraine

  • Ukraine is Vadim Sukharevsky appointed as commander of Russia’s drone forces, a newly created postSukharevsky was already deputy commander of the military in charge of drones, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in February ordered the creation of a separate drone department. A branch of the military that specializes in drones The order was approved by the government last week.

  • The Ukrainian military said: Three surface-to-air defense systems destroyed in Russian-occupied Crimea On Monday night, the missile S400 System Jankoi and Two S300 systems The Ukrainian General Staff said a Russian military plane was shot down near Yevpatoriya and Chornomorsk, causing “significant losses” to Russia’s air defence forces.

  • Ukraine claimed responsibility for the attack. Attack on Novoshakhtinsk oil refinery in southern Russia June 5. “Intelligence reports indicate that as a result of the attack, the invaders 1.5 million tons of oil and petroleum products, worth approximately $540 million.The Ukrainian General Staff said in a statement that “massive disruptions” had occurred. Rostov Region Governor Vasily Golubev told the Interfax news agency that the fires following the drone strike had caused “serious disruptions” to operations in Novoshakhtinsk.

  • Ukraine may keep some F-16 Fighter Jet Expected to receive from Western allies Overseas bases To protect them from Russian aggression, Serhiy KhorubtsovHead of the aviation department of the Ukrainian Air Force.

  • The United States and Poland launched a multinational group based in Warsaw on Monday to Countering Russian disinformation about the Ukraine war. U.S. special envoy James Rubin said the Ukraine news group would include about a dozen representatives from Western countries and work to “promote accurate reporting on Russia’s all-out aggression, amplify Ukrainian voices, and expose the Kremlin’s information manipulation.”

  • The Swiss president said some 90 countries and organisations, half of which are European, had confirmed their attendance at a Ukraine peace summit being hosted by Switzerland at the weekend, despite Russia’s refusal to take part in the conference.
    Viola Amhardt He told reporters in the Swiss capital that the summit, taking place on Saturday and Sunday, will aim to chart a path towards peace, some 28 months since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

  • Zelensky arrives in Germany Conference on Ukrainian PostsWar reconstruction Zelensky said his priorities would be to address Ukraine’s energy sector, which was hit by Russian air strikes, as well as continuing military support, including air defence and joint production of military equipment, and coordinating positions ahead of a “peace summit” in Switzerland later in the week.

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