Washington plans to help restore power to Ukraine after Russian attacks on the grid

Washington plans to help restore power to Ukraine after Russian attacks on the grid

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With the front lines in eastern Ukraine, the onset of winter ushered in a new phase of the conflict, followed by several months of Russian retreat, accompanied by intense trench warfare with heavily fortified positions.

With Russian forces retreating to the northeast and withdrawing across the Dnieper River to the south, the front line is only about half the length it was a few months ago, leaving the defenses vulnerable to a new attempt by the Ukrainian army. It has been difficult to pinpoint the missing parts. success.

The Pentagon is considering a Boeing proposal to supply Ukraine with cheap, abundantly available rockets with small precision warheads, allowing Kyiv to strike far behind the Russian border as the West looks to meet demand for more weapons. struggling to.

US and allied military inventories are shrinking, and Ukraine faces a growing need for more sophisticated weapons as the war continues.

In its evening update on Monday, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said Russia continued to fire heavily at key targets in Bakhmut and Avdeevka in Donetsk province, and bombarded areas around the cities of Kupyansk and Lyman in the north. Both were recently recaptured by Kyiv.

It said Ukrainian forces had damaged a rail bridge north of the Russian-held southern city of Melitopol that was vital to supplying Russian forces dug in there.

Reuters could not independently verify reports from the battlefield.

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