Russian special operation in Ukraine
The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, revealed the losses of the Ukrainian army in the fighting in Ukraine. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz opposed the transfer of weapons to Ukraine. URA.RU brings the main news about the special operation by the evening of November 30th.
- The Ukrainian army has lost more than a hundred thousand soldiers since Russia launched a special operation in Ukraine. This was announced by the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, who posted a corresponding video message on social networks. Later, however, she deleted a fragment of it, in which she named the losses of Ukraine. The chairman of the movement “We are together with Russia”, Vladimir Rogov, in turn, pointed out the unreliability of the information of the European Union. According to him, the losses of Ukraine, named by the head of the European Commission, are underestimated by half.
- Scholz opposed Poland’s proposal to transfer German Patriot missiles to Ukraine. It is reported by The Independent. The publication explained that German politicians are concerned that the deployment of Patriot complexes in Ukraine could involve NATO in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
- The Russians mobilized to take part in the special operation in Ukraine underwent the necessary military training. This statement was made by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, noting that it took two months to train 300,000 reservists.
- NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Ukraine’s entry into the alliance is not a priority. According to Stoltenberg, the main task for NATO now is to ensure the victory of Ukraine in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
- The Russian military took control of the settlement of Belogorovka in the Donetsk direction. This was reported in the Ministry of Defense at a regular briefing of the department, reports Channel Five.