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So, what exactly is going on in Ukraine right now?

So, what is the current situation in Ukraine? Well, Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev made the claim that military manufacturing in his country is on the rise in a message sent to his Telegram channel on Monday. To recent claims by Western military experts that Russia is running short on the missiles and armored vehicles it must continue its invasion of Ukraine, Medvedev, a close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, responded with a severe warning.

The chief of Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Agency recently spoke with Kyiv-based news outlet Ukrainska Pravda, where he revealed that the Russian military is deploying additional military forces into Kherson in preparation for defending the city against any renewed Ukrainian invasion. In addition to sending in additional soldiers, Moscow evacuated wounded civilians, cash, and the Russian-installed administrative authority and banking institutions.

Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has reaffirmed the United States support for Ukraine in their fight against Russian aggression, saying that “Iran is making a big mistake” by aiding the aggressors. This support will continue even if the Republicans win control of the House in the upcoming midterm elections in November.

Tensions are rising, according to civilians in occupied Kherson, as Russia readies for a possible Ukrainian counterattack. Meanwhile, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has repeated accusations that Ukraine is preparing to use a “dirty bomb,” which both Ukraine and the United States have strongly denied. This section contains today’s top news stories.

Regardless of whether or not SpaceX gets financing from the US Defense Department, the company’s satellite internet service, Starlink, which offers critical communications services in Ukraine, will remain operational, according to SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk on Sunday. Musk tweeted Sunday night about his conversation with Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s vice prime minister and minister of digital transformation, claiming that he had assured Fedorov that SpaceX would not shut down Starlink even if the Department of Defense declined to give financing.

A local of the Russian-occupied Ukrainian city of Kherson has detailed the difficult situation there, saying that residents are “emotionally drained,” the streets are deserted beginning in the middle of the day, and Russian troops are often seen dressed in civilian garb. A third party connected CNN with the lady, who spoke just before the Russian-appointed government in Kherson ordered citizens to flee as Ukraine counterattacked Moscow’s assault. All residents must immediately evacuate the city and travel to the east bank of the Dnipro, the government said on Saturday, citing the “tense situation at the front, the heightened risk of heavy bombardment of the city, and the threat of terrorist attacks.”

Using drones produced in Iran, Ukraine has been “increasingly effective” in deterring Russian strikes, according to the latest assessment released by the UK Ministry of Defense on Monday. The ministry claims that “Russia continues to utilize Iranian uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, against targets across Ukraine,” despite the growing effectiveness of Ukrainian measures to counter the Shahid-136 UAVs. As stated in the most recent British intelligence assessment, “Official sources, including Ukraine’s President Zelensky, say that up to 85 percent of assaults are being detected.” Attempting to breach the tightening Ukrainian air defenses would undoubtedly cost Russia much in Iranian Shahid-136 UAVs.” They are probably being used as a stand-in for the dwindling supply of long-range precision weapons made in Russia.

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