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Russia and Ukraine War: Russia attacked 6 Ukrainian railway stations, they were being used in the supply of weapons

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Russian Attack on Ukrainian Military Bases: Russia’s defense ministry claimed on Wednesday that it disabled six railway stations in Ukraine that were being used to supply Ukrainian forces with Western-made weapons in the country’s east. The ministry said that it has disabled the power supply of railway stations by bombing them. However, the ministry did not specify which Western-made weapons were supplied to the Ukrainian military through those stations.

This claim of Russia could not be immediately confirmed. There was no immediate reaction from Kyiv on this claim, according to Reuters, although the Russian ministry also said that it targeted 40 Ukrainian military bases, including four depots of ammunition and artillery weapons.

Ukrainian logistics center targeted
Earlier on Tuesday, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed that Russia had targeted a logistics center located at a military airfield near Odessa, Ukraine, with its missiles. The Russian Defense Ministry said that this logistics center was being used for the delivery of weapons given by the West to Kyiv.

,Russia will try to capture these two cities,
Meanwhile, Britain’s military says that Russia will try to capture the cities of Kramatorsk and Severodonetsk in eastern Ukraine. The British military made the remarks at the daily briefing on Twitter about the war on Wednesday. “Instead of fighting to break through Ukraine’s defenses, Russia is more likely to move to Izium to capture the cities of Kramatorsk and Severodonetsk,” the British military said.

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