Russia's private military firm Wagner may be entrusted with the responsibility of forwarding fronts in Ukraine

Russia's private military firm Wagner may be entrusted with the responsibility of forwarding fronts in Ukraine

The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for a long time. Today marks 158 days since the Russo-Ukraine war that began on 24 February. Due to the ongoing war, Russia also has a shortage of weapons and combat forces.

It is expected that Russia's private military firm Wagner may be entrusted with the responsibility of forwarding fronts in eastern Ukraine to fill this shortfall. This was said by the Defense Minister of Britain in an intelligence update on Friday.

Britain said in a regular intelligence bulletin on Twitter, "Since 2015, significant changes have been made in the work of the group.

It was also said that Wagner's forces would hardly be able to further strengthen Russia's position in Ukraine.

Russian army captures Ukrainian power plant in the eastern Donetsk region

The Russia-Ukraine war is increasing day by day. On Thursday, Russian forces seized Ukraine's second-largest power plant in the eastern Donsk region.

Let us tell you that the Ukrainian army has also targeted a bridge located in the southern part of Donetsk. This bridge was still used by Russian soldiers to enter Kherson.

Britain's Defense Ministry said that Russia is redeploying its troops on a large scale in the Melitopol, Zaporizhzhya, and Kherson regions of southern Ukraine. On Thursday, Russian missiles also reportedly targeted infrastructure in the Kyiv region, where no strikes had been carried out for weeks.

Western weapons also promoted Ukraine

President Volodymyr Zelensky has called on Western nations to send more weapons to Ukraine, saying at a recent NATO meeting that their forces need much more modern systems to help break through Russian artillery gains.