Russia to deploy over 40,000 ISIS fighters from Syria in Ukraine
Russia is now using fighters from Syria to help boost the Russian war effort during the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. According to reports, around 40,000 Syrian fighters have arrived in Russia to join the fight against Ukraine.
Kyiv (Ukraine): Russia is now using fighters from Syria to help boost the Russian war effort during the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. According to reports, around 40,000 Syrian fighters have arrived in Russia to join the fight against Ukraine.
The Kyiv Independent quoted the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights as saying that more than 40,000 Syrians have registered to travel to Ukraine and fight for Russia. However, as of March 14, no Syrian fighters have left the country.
According to reports, the fighters will include those fighting the Islamic State (ISIS) group, which fought in the war in Syria.
Over 2,000 people have died in Mariupol
Different claims are being made about the number of people killed in the Russian bombings of the city of Mariupol in Ukraine. The Mariupol City Council has confirmed that as of March 14, the Russian invasion has resulted in the deaths of approximately 2,357 people in the city, and all other estimates are false.
Russian invasion about to enter fourth week
Today is the 20th day of the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Russia has intensified its offensive to seize the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. Despite severe criticism at the international level, Russia is still not ready to back down from its military campaign against Ukraine.
Russia is constantly bombing Ukrainian military bases and residential areas.
However, despite being no match for Russia’s military might, Ukraine is still trying its best to fight the Russian Juggernaut.
As the Russian military enters major cities during its ongoing invasion of Ukraine, it is facing fierce resistance from Ukrainian forces in densely built urban areas.
Both sides have sustained heavy losses as intense fighting continues.