Russia-Ukraine War Live: Ukraine claims it damaged Russian naval logistics ship in Black Sea

Russia-Ukraine War Live: Ukraine claims it damaged Russian naval logistics ship in Black Sea

Russia-Ukraine war: The war between the two neighbours continues with no end in sight. Russian troops entered Ukraine on February 24 on the orders of President Vladimir Putin.

Russia-Ukraine war Live updates: The Russia-Ukraine war, which began on February 24 with Russian troops arriving on Ukrainian soil on the orders of President Vladimir Putin, entered day 79 on Friday with no end in sight to the crisis. On May 9, on the occasion of ‘Victory Day’, President Putin was expected to make a major announcement, possibly calling off the war; however, no such announcement was made.

Meanwhile, on Thursday, Finland, which was contemplating joining NATO in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, announced it is in favour of applying for membership, ‘as soon as possible’. This prompted a warning from Moscow, which said it will be ‘forced to take retaliatory steps of military-technical and other characteristics in order to counter the emerging threats to its national security’.

Finland’s neighbour, Sweden, is also likely to announce soon that it is in favour of being a member of the intergovernmental military alliance.

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  • May 13, 2022 07:24 AM IST

    Ukraine claims it has damaged a Russian naval logistics shop

    Thanks to the actions of our naval seamen, the support vessel Vsevolod Bobrov caught fire – it is one of the newest in the Russian fleet: Serhiy Bratchuk, spokesman, Odesa regional military administration

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