War in Ukraine / June 6
Ukraine does not expect an attack from Belarus
When troops from Belarus entered Ukrainian territory on February 24, it came as a surprise to Ukraine: no attack was expected from there. This is one of the reasons why Russian troops were able to get to Kyiv so quickly. According to the presidential team, Ukraine has learned this lesson.
The entire direction of the border between Ukraine and Belarus is now fortified, troops have been deployed there, ready to resist a possible offensive. In addition, there is intelligence that monitors the movement of enemy troops. At the same time, the Defense Ministry is convinced that all the actions of Russian troops there are a distracting maneuver. Now they are ready to launch long-range missile strikes or mortar shelling, but not to launch a new offensive.
The same applies to the army of Belarus. The self-proclaimed President Lukashenko is inconsistent in his actions and statements, his orders on the army’s actions are not fully understood: training and relocation are ongoing. But Ukraine is convinced that the army of Belarus will not take part in the war, and all the maneuvers are just a desire to attract the attention of the Ukrainian military. Experts suggest that Lukashenko is taking such steps to side with Putin at the same time, but not to go directly to war.
At present, Belarus remains an external hostile element that prevents Ukraine from withdrawing more troops to the east, where the most brutal hostilities are taking place in Ukraine.
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Airstrike, missile and MRL damage
- A multi-apartment 1-storey building was damaged on the Molodizhna street.
- Two schools, three kindergartens, a critical infrastructure building, multi-storey buildings, dormitories with migrants and local residents were damaged by missile shelling.
- 10 houses and cars were destroyed as a result of the shelling.
- Russian troops fired at the border areas of the village of Sen’kivka Horodnya district from the territory of the Russian Federation. Presumably, the shelling was carried out from 120mm mortars. 8 explosions were recorded.
- On the territory of the Polissya community in the Vyshhorod district, local residents in a private car drove over a mine left by Russian soldiers in a forest belt. As a result of the mine explosion, the car was critically damaged, and people in the car received shell shock.
- The Armed Forces of Ukraine shot down a Russian missile.
- Russian troops fired at the border area of Khodyne village in Shostka district from the territory of the Russian Federation. ~30 craters from mine explosions were recorded in the field and forest belt on the outskirts of the village.
- Civilian infrastructure, private houses, and farms were shelled.
- Civilian infrastructure and private houses were shelled.
- As a result of the shelling, the building of the kindergarten, and residential houses were damage
- In the morning, Russian troops started a massive shelling of Zolote. According to the preliminary data, 13 houses were destroyed.
- During the day, the village of Hirske was shelled, 11 houses were damaged.
- Russian troops shelled the city. One civilian was killed, the number of wounded is being specified.
- As a result of the artillery shelling, a shell exploded on the Naberezhna St, 2. Shrapnel damaged 2 cars, one of them burned down. One person died – the driver of one of the cars.
6 houses, power lines, and a school were damaged.
- The Russian army shelled the city with cluster shells. 5 residential buildings, garages and sheds were damaged. According to the head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, 1 person died. 3 people were injured.
- A fire broke out in the house, as a result of shelling.
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