Ukraine war in maps: Tracking the Russian invasion


Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: List of key events from day 32

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 32nd day, we investigate the primary turns of events.

A man rides his bike past the gutted remains of a car and smoke rising from a fire following a Russian attack in Kharkiv [Efrem Lukatsky/AP Photo]

Russia sent off its assault in the early long periods of 24 February, however over about a month into the conflict the combat zone across northern Ukraine remains "generally static", as indicated by the UK Ministry of Defense (MoD).

Ukrainian counter-assaults are hampering Russian endeavors to revamp their powers, the MoD says.

Russia keeps on depending on weapons sent off from inside Russian airspace to decrease their airplanes' openness to Ukrainian air guards, it adds.

Ukrainians fight back around Kyiv

In Kyiv, Russia proceeds with its ineffective endeavors to enclose Kyiv, in spite of expressing it was to pull together endeavors in the east of the country.

The biggest centralization of Russian ground powers stays around the capital, as per the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), yet Ukrainian powers stay in charge of enormous regions around the city, particularly in the south.

Lately, Ukraine has sent off counter-assaults toward the east and west of Kyiv and recovered some domain that had been involved by Russian soldiers.

The closest Russian soldiers have progressed toward the west of Kyiv is around 25km (15 miles) from the downtown area, around suburbia of Irpin and Bucha.

This implies Russian cannons stays out of scope of focal Kyiv, however shelling of the edges keeps on causing losses and obliterate homes and foundation - and the city is as yet powerless against Russian warplanes.

Toward the east of the capital, Ukrainian powers have repulsed recharged Russian endeavors to progress toward Brovary, around 20km (12 miles) away from the focal point of Kyiv.

The Russian development on Kyiv from the east has been upset by its powerlessness to assume command over Chernihiv, a significant city toward the north east that sits between the capital and the Russian boundary.

The chairman of Chernihiv says the northern Ukrainian city is currently totally surrounded by Russian powers.

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