Russia does not have resources for a large-scale offensive – Ukraine's Defence Intelligence.
Russia does not have enough resources to launch a large-scale offensive on the anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine on 24 February, said Andrii Cherniak, a spokesman for the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine's Defence Ministry.
Cherniak said that Russia plans to step up its efforts in eastern Ukraine in the coming weeks, noting that it is "trying to find weak places in our defence."
"However, according to our information, the Russian command does not have sufficient resources for large-scale offensive operations.
The Russian troops' main goal is to achieve at least some tactical success in eastern Ukraine.
Russia faces a shortage of high-precision weapons, and despite this, it will continue to use missile terror against civilians in Ukraine. Russians have already used more than 80% of their high-precision missiles.
They are trying to restore their production, but so far, they have not succeeded," - Cherniak admitted.
Russians strengthen military units on Lyman and Bakhmut fronts – General Staff report.
Russian forces have not abandoned their intentions to capture the entire Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, so they are strengthening their military units on the Lyman and Bakhmut fronts.
The enemy continues to focus on conducting offensives on the Kupiansk, Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, and Novopavlivka fronts. They are strengthening their military units on the Lyman and Bakhmut fronts. They actively deploy aircraft to strike the positions of our troops."
The threat of further Russian air and missile attacks on civil facilities all over Ukraine is still high.
Defender of Mariupol, who miraculously survived the fire and lost his arm at Azovstal, gets a prosthesis in Lviv.
Oleksandr, a defender of Mariupol, who lost an arm during the defence of the Azovstal steel plant, has been fitted with a mechanical prosthesis in Lviv.
A 46-year-old maritime border guard with the eloquent surname Morskyi (Naval) defended Mariupol and was held in Olenivka prison camp.
At the Nezlamni (Unbreakable) National Rehabilitation Center, Oleksandr was fitted with a prosthesis and assisted during his recovery.
The fighter's story is told in the First Medical Association of Lviv.
Oleksandr Morskyi served in Mariupol, and after retiring, he stayed there to live. The man also defended the city during the beginning of a full-scale invasion.
"March. Another combat mission: we need to transport the Ukrainian troops to the other side. Suddenly, their boat catches fire, hit by a Russian missile.
Three brothers were killed on the spot. Oleksandr, whose clothes were burning, managed to get out of the boat. He says a guardian angel saved him", they say in the Medical Association.