Russia’s guided bombs’ increase civilian casualties: UK intelligence report

Amid the ongoing Russian military offensive in Ukraine, the UK Ministry of Defense released its latest intelligence update on Monday, April 11th. In its latest update on its official Twitter handle, the UK Ministry of Defense announced that Russia continued shelling in Donetsk and Luhansk. Regions.

According to the Ministry of Defense, Ukrainian forces continued to repel attacks from Russian forces and carried out several attacks on Russian armed forces, destroying Russian tanks, vehicles and artillery.

“Russian shelling continued in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, with Ukrainian forces repelling several attacks, resulting in the destruction of Russian tanks, vehicles and artillery,” the UK Defense Ministry said in a statement.

According to the UK Ministry of Defense, Russian armed forces used phosphorus weapons in the Donetsk Oblast. The Ministry of Defense said that the use of phosphorus weapons indicates future employment opportunities in Mariupol as the fight for the city intensifies between the armed forces of Russia and Ukraine.

The UK Defense Ministry said in its latest intelligence update that reliance on non-guided bombs by Russia would reduce its ability to discriminate when carrying out attacks and increase civilian casualties. It is noteworthy that the military offensive launched by the Russian armed forces on Ukraine continues for the 47th day.

“Russia’s continued reliance on unmanned bombs reduces the ability of discriminators to target and carry out attacks, while at the same time increasing the risk of further civilian casualties,” the UK Defense Ministry said in a statement.

The UK has announced military aid to Ukraine to counter Russia

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky on April 9 in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. At the meeting, Zelenskyy and Johnson discussed support for Ukraine’s long-term survival, according to a statement issued by the UK Government.

UK PM Boris Johnson announces new military aid to Ukraine amid Russia’s military offensive in war – torn country. In addition, he announced a $ 500 million World Bank guarantee in support of the Ukrainian economy. He assured that Ukraine would support Russia against military aggression.

The new military aid announced by UK PM Boris Johnson for Ukraine includes 120 armored vehicles and new anti-ship missile systems. Furthermore, the UK government has decided to simplify all tariffs on imports from Ukraine and to facilitate customs.

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