Ukraine is ready to guarantee that long-range missiles will not hit Russia.
Ukraine is ready to guarantee that long-range missiles will not attack the territory of Russia, as the Armed Forces of Ukraine have enough targets in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.
If we had the opportunity to strike at a distance of 300 km, the Russian army would not be able to provide defence and would have to lose.
"If we had the opportunity to strike at a distance of 300 km, the Russian army would not be able to provide defence and would have to lose.
Ukraine is ready to provide any guarantees that your weapons will not be involved in attacks on Russian territory. We have enough targets in the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine and are ready to coordinate targets with our partners" - said Oleksii Reznikov, the Minister of Defense of Ukraine.
Reznikov added that in order to win, Ukraine needs to "seize the strategic initiative".
In particular, he urged partners to help install missile defence as soon as possible, emphasising the desire to get Patriot and SAMP/T at the first opportunity, along with the supply of new IRIS-T and NASAMS.
In addition, Reznikov emphasised the need for tanks and armoured vehicles. As he states, this will make it possible to create an armoured fist to break through the Russian defence.
Ukraine must import up to 2 gigawatts of electricity from the EU – Ukraine's PM.
Denys Shmyhal, Prime Minister of Ukraine, has requested to discuss with international partners the need to increase electricity imports from the European Union countries to two gigawatts.
"Regarding energy issues, we hope to intensify our cooperation on the restoration and transformation of the energy sector of Ukraine.
Today, we are talking about the need to expand the possibilities of electricity import into Ukraine to 2 gigawatts to support projects on the decentralisation of our energy system, for example, to start a large-scale program of solar energy production by Ukrainian households and communities," Shmyhal said.
According to Shmyhal, Ukraine plans to expand the capacity of networks between Ukraine and EU countries, coordinate the issue of gas supply security, participate in joint gas purchases, and strengthen work for implementing the European Green Deal.
Russians are strengthening for offensive, keeping aircraft in Belarus – General Staff report.
On 2 February, on the 344th day of the full-scale invasion, Russian troops continued active reconnaissance and preparations for an offensive on certain fronts and also attacked numerous settlements in Ukraine.
In the past 24 hours, Russian troops launched two missile strikes on the civilian infrastructure of Kramatorsk, the Donetsk Oblast. 13 two-storey buildings, four-storey buildings, a children's clinic, and a school, garages, and cars were damaged as a result of the attack. There are victims among civilians.
In addition, Russians launched three airstrikes. Occupiers deployed multiple launcher rocket systems to attack civilian targets 15 times, particularly in Komyshany, Kherson Oblast. Four people were injured, including a five-year-old child in serious condition.
In addition, Russians targeted civilian infrastructure in Ochakiv, Mykolaiv Oblast.
In the course of the past 24 hours, the Air Force of the Defence Forces carried out four strikes on clusters of Russian manpower, and a Russian Merlin UAV was shot down.
Ukraine's Rocket Forces and Artillery units struck three clusters of Russian military personnel and equipment and one command post of the invaders.