Dispatches from Ukraine. Day 283.
As Russia's attack on Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of information are critical. Forbes gathers information and provides updates on the situation.
By Daria Dzysiuk.
Over the past day, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have successfully repelled Russian attacks in the settlements of Chervonopopivka, Luhansk region, Soledar, Opytne, Nevelske, Krasnohorivka and Maryinka, Donetsk region , The General Staff of the Armed Forces reports . The enemy targeted civilian infrastructure and positions of Ukrainian troops on the frontline with 5 missile, 27 air, and 44 MLRS strikes. Energy system and critical infrastructure targets remain under continued threat of Russian rocket attacks.
Russian forces shelled the Kherson region 28 times on December 2 , Yaroslav Yanushevych, Kherson's governor said . In the past 24 hours several residential buildings and an oncological center were damaged, and one civilian was injured.
Two more PzH2000 howitzers were repaired and delivered to Ukraine from Lithuania, along with ammunition , Arvydas Anušauskas, Lithuania's Minister of National Defense said on 3 December.
Maxar satellite images detected visible increase in the number of graves at a cemetery in Mariupol and a new Russian military complex with a sign that says "For Mariupol residents from the Russian army" on its rooftop . Images of the central Starokrym cemetery in Mariupol from March 29 and November 30, show signs of a new grave sector has appeared. Other images show numerous damaged residential buildings currently being demolished. Also, a large protection screen has fenced the remains of the Mariupol drama theater – a shelter for hundreds of civilians which was bombed by the Russian Armed Forces on March 16.
The European Union has set up a cyber lab for the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Kyiv , the European External Action Service ( EEAS ) states . Equipment like security software and hardware was financed and delivered by the EU so "Ukraine can build and further develop the cyber defense capacities of its armed forces to detect intrusions to the information systems, deal with cyberattacks and strengthen their overall capacity in the cybersecurity area." The cyber laboratory is to serve as a training center for military cyber professionals to enhance their skills in identifying possible enemy cyber attacks and protecting against them faster and more efficiently.
Sunshine & Sons company has released a limited edition Pineapple Parfait Gin called "Kherson Liberation Gin" in honor of the recent liberation of the city where "arguably the worlds sweetest watermelons are grown!"according to its site . The idea of the label design belongs to Konstantin Des, an Odesa resident whose workplace was damaged by a Russian missile in early May. Much of the funds raised are to be used for the purchase of metal detectors for the humanitarian de-mining campaign of Ukrainian cities.
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