More than 2 million children have left Ukraine due to Russia's full-scale invasion.
24 February 2024
Ukraine reported 69 combat engagements with Russian invasion forces on Saturday.
The names of these settlements, known to no one or few just two years ago, now resonate with every Ukrainian heart
In the Kyiv region, over 1600 people, including 53 children, have become victims of the Russian army during the two years of full-scale war.
Today, February 24, marks two years since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Two years into the invasion of Ukraine, the Russian army lost the same number of personnel and military equipment as it deployed at the outset of the incursion.
On the second anniversary of the Russian invasion, President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed Ukrainians from the Hostomel Airport, where European leaders also came in show of support.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany said that every day, Russia wipes its feet on the principle of the unacceptability of altering borders by force, which not only threatens Ukraine but destroys Europe’s peaceful order.
The United Kingdom will spend £245 million (about EUR 280 million) throughout the next year to procure and invigorate supply chains to produce urgently needed artillery ammunition for Ukraine.
In Kherson region, Russians damaged 34 houses and two educational institutions overnight, four wounded
Over the past day, 11 high-rise buildings and 23 private houses, two educational institutions, cars and garages were damaged as a result of enemy shelling in the Kherson region.
Over the past day, Ukraine has reported 84 combat engagements with Russia’s invasion forces.
U.S. President Joe Biden discussed with French President Emmanuel Macron the threat posed by Russia, which continues its war of aggression, as well as support for Ukraine in conditions where the United States Congress is delaying the adoption of the corresponding bill on continued assistance.
From February 24, 2022 to February 24, 2024, Ukraine’s Defense Forces eliminated 409,010 Russian invaders, including 770 in the last 24 hours.
Two years ago, at around 3:40 Kyiv time, the first convoy of Russian tanks crossed into Ukraine in Luhansk region as Russia launched its first missiles at the country’s rear.
Defense Forces South shot down 12 Russian strike drones and two Kh-59 missiles in their operational zone overnight Saturday.
A Russian Su-34 fighter-bomber reportedly crashed in the occupied part of Kherson region.
Commander-in-Chief of Ukraine’s Armed Forces Oleksandr Syrskyi, together with Minister of Defense Rustem Umerov spoke with the Supreme Allied Commander Europe, commander of U.S. European Command General Christopher Cavoli.
The Kremlin continues to come up with new laws aimed at limiting access to alternative information and stifling criticism of the war inside the country.
U.S. President Joe Biden has called on U.S. state governors to make efforts to encourage the House of Representatives to immediately pass a bill supporting Ukraine, which was previously supported by the Senate.
Russian invaders killed 528 children in Ukraine and injured at least 1,230 children.
23 February 2024
Russian troops have attacked Odesa with drones, damaging a residential building.
Ukraine's defense forces repelled 48 enemy attacks in the Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Marinka, and Zaporizhzhia sectors in the past 24 hours.
Democracies should not withdraw from the historical process of protecting all the values that have shaped the modern world.
Denmark played a key role in unblocking the decision to supply Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets, and Ukraine is grateful for Danish support.
The Russian army attacked the Nikopol district with drones and artillery.
Ukrainian Air Force Commander, Lieutenant General Mykola Oleshchuk has confirmed the downing of another Russian A-50 airborne early warning and control aircraft.
Russia's barbaric attacks on civilians and infrastructure in Ukraine emphasize why partners should continue to support Ukraine.
Russian troops are shelling Kherson again, and explosions are heard in the city.
The number of people killed in a night attack in Dnipro has increased to two.