Russia VS Ukraine

  • 10 November 2021

    the United States reported an unusual movement of Russian troops near the borders of Ukraine. By 28 November, Ukraine had reported a build-up of 92,000 Russian troops.
  • 7 December 2021

    US President Joe Biden warned President of Russia, Vladimir Putin of "strong economic and other measures" if Russia attacked Ukraine
  • 17 December 2021

    17 December 2021
    Putin proposed a prohibition on Ukraine ever joining NATO, which Ukraine rejected.
  • 17 January 2022

    Russian troops began arriving in Russia's ally Belarus, ostensibly "for military exercises".
  • 19 January 2022

    USA gave Ukraine $200 million in security aid.
    Biden stated in a press conference: "Russia will be held accountable if it invades. And it depends on what it does." Many critics of the US president felt this left the door open for President of Russia Vladimir Putin to invade.
  • 24 January 2022

    24 January 2022
    NATO put troops on standby
  • 25 January 2022

    25 January 2022
    Russian exercises involving 6,000 troops and 60 jets took place in Russia near Ukraine and Crimea.
  • 10 February 2022

    Russia and Belarus began 10 days of military maneuvers
  • 17 February 2022

    fighting escalated in separatist regions of eastern Ukraine
  • 21 February 2022

    Putin announced Russian recognition of two pro-Russian breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine.
    The first round of economic sanctions from NATO countries the following day.
  • 24 February – 7 April - Invasion of Ukraine

    24 February – 7 April - Invasion of Ukraine
    Feb 24: Overnight, explosions rocked the capital Kyiv, with reports of shelling, missile strikes and gunfire across Ukraine, which has also come under an intense cyberattack. March 16: The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv reported that Russian forces had shot and killed 10 people queuing up for bread in Chernihiv, though it provided no evidence. Videos were later posted by others on social media showing the purported aftermath.
  • 7 April 2022

    April 7: Missiles destroyed fuel storage facilities in Mykolayiv, Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia, and Chuhuiv, according to the Russian defense ministry, which also stated that Ukraine used the facilities to supply its troops near Mykolaiv and Kharkiv and in the Donbas region
    The Governor of Sumy Oblast, said that all Russian troops had left the region, but it was still unsafe due to rigged explosives and other ammunition Russian troops had left behind.
  • April - September 2022

    April 8: A train station in Kramatorsk was hit by a Russian rocket strike, killing at least 57 people and wounding 109 others The Russian Ministry of Defence denied the attack April 13: 1,026 soldiers of Ukraine, including 162 officers, surrendered in the besieged port city of Mariupol May 15: Ukraine said that it had launched a counter-attack against Russian forces near Izium
  • June 2022

    June 2022
    Ukrainian forces raised a flag over Snake Island, a sliver of land in the Black Sea off the Ukrainian city of Odesa. Russian forces had captured the island at the start of the conflict, exposing Ukraine’s coast to missile attacks and a potential ground invasion
  • July 2022, Lysychansk

    Luhansk, Lysychansk, fell to Russia. In the weeks that followed, however, Moscow made only minimal progress in its effort to secure the rest of Donbas
  • September 2022

    Ukraine recaptured much of the northeastern Kharkiv region, including the city of Izium, which had been a key Russian logistics hub. The advance, which continues, enabled Kyiv to seize the momentum in the war.