News Russo-Ukraine war at a glance: Day 338 of the invasion What we know | Ukraine

  • Ukraine’s civilians scrambled for cover after Russia fired a barrage of missiles and drones across the country on Thursday, killing at least 11 peopleA day later, Kyiv won a pledge of field tanks to counter Moscow’s invasion from the West.

  • A top aide to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Thursday that Ukrainian government officials who shirked their duties during the war will be swiftly removed in the fight against corruption. A dozen officials have been sacked this week following a series of scandals and corruption allegations. Political analysts say Zelensky needs to show his Western partners and war-weary Ukrainians that he is serious about punishing tyranny.

  • Ukrainian skeleton racer Vladyslav Heraskevych criticized the IOC on Thursday Consider allowing Russian and Belarusian athletes to return to international competition.

  • Russia’s finance ministry proposed removing liquidity restrictions on “anti-crisis” investment spending by its National Wealth Fund (NWF), The rationale was the need to support key sectors amid challenging geopolitical conditions.

  • Britain hopes that the Challenger 2 tanks it supplies to Ukraine will arrive in the country by the end of March, defense minister alex chalk said Thursday.

  • On Thursday, Russian authorities designated the independent news outlet Meduza as an “undesirable organization”, The site is effectively banned from operating in Russia, and any Russian is prohibited from collaborating with Meduza or its journalists.

  • By the end of January, the Ukrainian central bank’s foreign exchange reserves will reach about 30 billion U.S. dollars, Deputy Governor Yuri Heletiy told reporters on Thursday, Reuters reported.

  • The arrest of a top Ukrainian intelligence operative accused of spying for Russia underscores the urgency to clean up the country security service, A former deputy director of the agency has said.

  • Canada has confirmed it will send four Leopard tanks to the Ukrainian army, Agence France-Presse reported.

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