Victorious news of 348th day of war: USD 7 billion from Norway and liquidation of enemy subversive groups
On February 6, the Ukrainian parliament recognized the Wagner PMC as an international criminal organization, and Norway offered long-term financial assistance to Ukraine
Norway will allocate USD 7 billion to Ukraine over 5 years
Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre has proposed to allocate NOK 15 billion (approximately $1.5 billion) annually for 5 years for humanitarian and military assistance to Ukraine. It is planned that during the first year, half of this money will go to humanitarian aid, and the other half to military aid.
Ukrainian Armed Forces target two Russian subversive groups in the south
Russian troops have lost two boats and two sabotage and reconnaissance groups in the southern sector. This was reported by Natalia Humeniuk, head of the Joint Coordination Press Center of the Southern Defense Forces of Ukraine, during a national telethon on February 6.
"They continue to test our defense in the direction of the Dnipro River, on the islands, with sabotage groups. Trying to set up their observation posts there, they again lost two boats and two sabotage and reconnaissance groups," she noted.
Ukrainian parliament recognizes Wagner PMC as an international criminal organization
At a meeting on February 6, the Ukrainian parliament recognized the Wagner private military company as an international criminal organization. The decision was supported by 333 MPs.
According to the explanatory note to the draft resolution, "members of the Wagner PMC are responsible for numerous cases of unlawful and unjustified military use of weapons against the civilian population of Ukraine, acts of cruelty and ill-treatment, forced displacement of civilians, rape, abduction of children, mass executions, armed attacks on educational and healthcare institutions, religious buildings, etc."
Ukrainian aviation carried out 11 strikes against the Russian enemy
During the day, the aviation of the Defense Forces carried out 9 strikes on the areas of concentration of the Russian occupiers and 2 strikes on the positions of anti-aircraft missile systems. This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Ukrainian rocket launchers and artillerymen also hit 2 areas of enemy concentration.