Ukraine's army destroys warehouses in the south, Canada expands sanctions, but returns turbine: last night's highlights
10 July, 2022

The Ukrainian military in the south destroyed four more Russian ammunition depots and struck command posts, while Canada announced the expansion of sanctions against the Russian Federation, although still decided to hand Germany the repaired gas turbine for Nord Stream 1. Here is what you may have missed from the previous night.

Strikes by the Armed Forces in the south

On the southern front, the Ukrainian military destroyed four more warehouses with Russian ammunition, 58 occupiers and 18 pieces of equipment. Also, the Armed Forces of Ukraine struck twice at command posts, cluster of equipment and field ammunition depots of the enemy in the Chornobayivka area. The results are being clarified.

Canada returns turbine but expands sanctions

Canada will still return to Germany the repaired Russian turbines needed to service the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline. The Canadian government explains this by the fact that "without the necessary supply of natural gas, the German economy will suffer significant difficulties, and the Germans themselves will be in danger of not being able to heat their homes as winter approaches."

At the same time, Canada wants to expand sanctions against the gas, oil and chemical sectors of the Russian Federation. The new sanctions will affect land transport, pipelines, metal and transport production, electrical, computer and mechanical equipment.

Congresswoman Spartz voiced her complaints against Yermak

The first Ukrainian woman in the House of Representatives of the US Congress, Victoria Spartz, said that the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, should deal with an "internal problem" — the issue of his chief-of-staff, Andriy Yermak.

She brought a number of accusations against him, including "leaking" information about the special operation against the "Wagner fighters", sabotaging the defense of Kherson, delaying the appointment of the head of the SAPO, etc. Learn more.

Opening of the channel from the Black Sea to the Danube

Thanks to the liberation of the Snake Island, civilian vessels from the Black Sea can now sail into the water area of ​​the Danube River through the mouth of Bystre. Now ships can transport agricultural products through this channel.

Germany has found a manufacturer of ammunition for the Gepard

The German government has found a manufacturer of ammunition for Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft guns. Previously, the supply of these systems to Ukraine was considered a problem due to the shortage of it.

Now nothing should stand in the way of the transfer of 30 Gepard systems to Ukraine, writes Spiegel.

Shelling of Sumy Oblast

The occupying forces once again shelled the Sumy Oblast on July 9: they fired 14 rockets and other weapons. As a result, five people were injured.

Detention of men who gave Russia information about the Armed Forces

Law enforcement officers detained two men in Kramatorsk and Bakhmut, Donetsk Oblast, who, according to the investigation, were passing on information about the Ukrainian military to the Russian occupiers. They face from five to eight years of imprisonment.

400 million for the "Army of Drones"

In one week, 400 million hryvnias ($13.7 million) were collected for the "Army of Drones" for the Ukrainian military. As part of this project, the government and the General Staff of the Armed Forces want to purchase 200 drones to cover the entire front line with drones.