Date—June 2, 2022

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1. Gaidai: Occupation troops managed to move from several streets of Severodonetsk. The head of the Luhansk regional state administration, Serhiy Haidai, said: “Yesterday our guys counterattacked, the enemy was moved on several streets of the city. from Zolote, Popasna, Komyshuvakha, Belogorivka. Now the best goal for them is Severodonetsk, but during the night there was no success in Severodonetsk. They control most of the city. Yesterday our guys counterattacked and managed to move the enemy on several streets of the city” He assured that there is a connection with the Ukrainians who are in the bomb shelters and they are provided with everything necessary. (Source: Telegram).


1. UK Intelligence: Russia has taken control of most of Severodonetsk. The capture of the city costs Russian troops losses. Russian troops will need a pause before moving on to further offensive operations, leading to the loss of some of the momentum gained over the past week. Intelligence said that despite the Russians’ capture of most of Severodonetsk, the main road leading to the Severodonetsk “boiler” is likely to remain under Ukrainian control. But Russia continues to increase local successes due to an intense concentration of artillery. Then the Russians will force the Seversky Donets River, which is a natural obstacle to its offensive. Moving is extremely important for Russian forces as they prepare to shift their focus from Luhansk to Donetsk Oblast. Potential crossing points for Russian troops include areas between Severodonetsk and the neighboring city of Lysychansk and near the recently captured Lyman. In both places, the river line is probably still controlled by Ukrainian forces, which destroyed existing bridges, the survey said. Russia will likely need at least a short, tactical pause to redeploy to the forcing of the river and subsequent attacks deep into the Donetsk region, where the Ukrainian armed forces have prepared defensive positions. This can lead to the loss of some of the momentum gained in the last week. (Source: Twitter).

Military Help

1. Ukraine will purchase about 60 Polish AHS Krab self-propelled artillery howitzers and the 18 already delivered by Poland. On Tuesday, the sides signed an agreement on three more parties, i.e., about 60 howitzers capable of hitting targets up to 40 km. Polish will manufacture weapons at the Guta Stalowa Wola plant, part of the Polish Arms Group. Deliveries will be made in the next few months. Currently, the production capacity is 20-30 units per year. The deal’s cost is about $ 700 million, and Ukraine became the first export customer of this type of equipment. The 155-millimeter ACS weighs about 48 tons and can hit targets at 40 kilometers, firing up to 6 missiles per minute. The crawler chassis is manufactured under a Korean license, and the gun is a modification of British weapons. The issue of ammunition remains a problem, as the Polish industry is still unable to make them. Bullet for Ukrainian ACS is likely to be provided by the Americans. (Source: UP).

2. “We are pleased to confirm that the contract for the Zuzana 2 howitzer for Ukraine has been signed – Slovaks will deliver eight pieces to Ukraine,” wrote Slovak Defense Minister Jaroslav Nagy. Slovak President Zuzana Chaputova paid a visit to Ukraine, and on Tuesday, she visited Irpin and Borodyanka, which were destroyed by Russian troops. Chaputova also met with President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv, said Deputy Head of the President’s Office Andriy Sibiga. Zuzana confirmed “Zuzana” – this is the slogan of the President of the Slovak Republic, Zuzana Chaputova, to Kyiv. And Zuzana is also a Slovak 155-mm ACS. Joint border and customs control are possible, “Sibiga wrote. (Source: Twitter).

3. Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine: “As of the morning of June 2, more than 721 children were injured in Ukraine due to full-scale armed aggression by the Russian Federation. Places of active hostilities, in the temporarily occupied and liberated territories “. Most children were affected in Donetsk (184), Kyiv (116), Kharkiv (112), Chernihiv (68), Luhansk (52), Kherson (52), Mykolaiv (47), Zaporizhia (29), Sumy (17), Zhytomyr (15) oblasts and in the city of Kyiv (16). In particular, on May 31, a 12-year-old boy died due to shelling by the occupiers of Ivanivka, Izium district, Kharkiv region. In addition, during the recording of criminal offenses, it became known about the death of 17 more and the injury of 14 children due to shelling by the enemy of Mariupol, Donetsk region. As a result of constant bombing and shelling by Russian forces of Ukrainian cities and villages, 1,938 educational institutions were damaged, of which Russians destroyed 182. (Source: Telegram).

4. Britain will send multiple M270 rocket launchers to Ukraine. The move was “closely coordinated” with the United States’ decision to provide Ukraine with the HIMARS system. The British government has also said that the Ukrainian military will be taught how to use launchers in the UK to maximize efficiency. Wallace said Britain supports Ukraine and has taken the lead in supplying the vital weapons needed to defend the country. Wallace says: “As Russia’s tactics change, so must our support for Ukraine. These highly effective multiple rocket launchers will allow our Ukrainian friends to better protect themselves from Russia’s brutal use of long-range artillery used by Putin’s forces to destroy cities indiscriminately.” Britain has asked the United States to sign a plan to send the M270 MLRS to Ukraine within a few weeks. Although the Biden administration will undoubtedly give the green light, the United States must formally approve the move through export regulations. The M270 system can hit targets at a distance of about 80 kilometers. (Source: CNN).

Invasion Damage

1. The number of victims of the missile strike in the Stryi district of the Lviv region has increased to five. The head of the Lviv regional military administration, Maksym Kozytskyi notes: “We have updated information about the victims in the Stryi district. At the moment, it is known that five people were injured. Doctors assess their condition as mild or moderate. There is no threat to life.” On June 1, explosions took place in the Stryy district of the Lviv region. The Russians launched a missile strike on the transport infrastructure. Two were reported injured. (Source: Facebook).

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