Russian invasion of ukraine
Why did Russia invade Ukraine in 2014?
In response to the deteriorating situation in the Donbas, Russia abandoned its hybrid approach, and began a conventional invasion of the region. The first sign of this invasion was the 25 August 2014 capture of a group of Russian paratroopers on active service in Ukrainian territory by the Ukrainian security service (SBU).
Did Russia tell the media to delete stories mentioning Ukraine invasion?
Russia Tells Media to Delete Stories Mentioning Ukraine Invasion . Newsweek. Archived from the original on 27 February 2022. ^ Russia Bans Media Outlets From Using Words War, Invasion . Moscow Times. 26 February 2022.
What is the Russo-Ukrainian War?
The Russo-Ukrainian War (Ukrainian: російсько-українська війна, romanized : rosiisko-ukrainska viina; Russian: российско-украинская война, romanized : rossiysko-ukrainskaya voyna) is an ongoing and protracted conflict between Russia and Ukraine that began in February 2014.
What cities did Russia attack in Ukraine?
Zelenskiy said on Saturday night the Russian army had attacked the cities of Mykolaiv, Kharkiv, Kryvy Rih, and communities of Zaporizhzhia region, covering a broad swathe of the country.