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Russian Invasion of Ukraine Situation Report #98

Russian Invasion of Ukraine Situation Report #98
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Military and Diplomatic Highlights: 

  • The Ukrainian military is reporting the following Russian losses:

o   363,070 Soldiers (Wounded or Killed)

o   6,011 Tanks

o   11,142 Armored vehicles

o   8,604 Artillery

o   6,771 Drones

o   329 Aircraft

o   324 Helicopters

o   1,786 Cruise missiles

  • On January 3rd, a total of 230 Ukrainian soldiers were returned.  This was the largest prisoner exchange since February 24, 2022. 

  • Germany on January 4th has provided a new military aid package, which includes:

o   Ammunition for Leopard 2A6

o   10 Marder 1A3 IFVs

o   IRIS-T SLM missiles

o   One air defence system SKYNEX with ammunition

o   Two air surveillance radar TRML-4D

o   9,080 shells of 155mm artillery ammunition

o   Two mine clearing tanks WISENT 1

o   One bridge-laying tanks BEAVER with spare parts

o   3,350 combat helmets

o   30 drone detection systems

o   10 ground surveillance radars GO12

o   10 trucks Zetros

o   Three HX81

o   One Semi-trailer for HX81

o   34 vehicles (trucks, minibuses, all-terrain vehicles)

o   305 MK 556 rifles

o   0.75 million rounds of firearm ammunition

o   1,152 Winter camouflage nets

o   2,000 Winter camouflage Ponchos

  • The International Atomic Energy Agency reported that as of January 3rd the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant has taken action to ensure an immediate supply of back-up electricity in case its main external power line is lost.


War and Atrocity Crimes Investigations Highlights: 

  • The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine reported that between December 29 to January 5, there was 1,856 new war crimes registered. 

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that as of December 29th there have been at least 10 verified attacks on healthcare facilities by Russian forces. 


Humanitarian Impact and Response and Recovery Highlights:

  • On January 2nd, Russia launched an air attack on Kyiv, this attack involved 72 missiles.  All but 13 missiles were intercepted:

o   The missiles that struck the capital caused fires in seven districts affecting 10,000 square meters.

o   State Emergency Servies deployed 500 personnel. 

o   The attacks killed 53 people and injured 170.

o   Humanitarian partners immediately responded to the attacks.  These partners provided medical and psychological aid, food, and repair material.

  • The Health Cluster has presence in the affected regions of Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhia, Kharkiv, Odesa, Donestk, Kyiv, and Lviv through 102 partners including, four UN agencies who are active in 1,595 settlements strengthening the delivery of emergency medical services and integrated primary health care.

  • The Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) reported the following:

o   In December, new radio repeaters were installed in Dnipro and Lviv in collaboration with the Ukrainian Broadcasting, Radiocommunications & Television Concern to expand the VHF radio coverage in Ukraine.

o   On 22 December, an agreement was signed between the World Food Programme (WFP) USA and WFP Rome for the in-kind donation of equipment from ETC partner Cisco Crisis Response. This equipment is planned to secure the VHF radio backbone network in Ukraine.

o   On December 29th, the Remote Site on Vehicle (RSoV) solution integrated into a truck was used for the first time during an inter-agency mission led by UN Children’s Fund to Toretsk (Donetsk oblast). The mission maintained clear radio communication with the UN Security Information and Operations Centre in Kyiv.


Russian Dis-information Campaign Highlights:

  • President Putin continues to deny that Russian forces are targeting civilians in Ukraine.  Here is the fact check.



·         Ukrainian Ministry of Defense Twitter Page

·         Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine Twitter Page

·         Ukrainian State Emergency Services Twitter Page 

·         United Kingdom Ministry of Defense Twitter Page





UN Refugee Agency, Ukrainian Refugee Operational Data Portal


Centre for Humanitarian Data, Ukraine Data Explorer


Humanitarian Logistics Association, Ukraine Crisis Information Website


ACAPS Ukraine Analysis Hub




U.S. Department of State, Disinformation Website


U.S. Department of Defense, Support for Ukraine


Alliance For Securing Democracy War in Ukraine Dis-Information Dashboard


National Democratic Institute Disinformation Coordination Hub


International Fact-Checking Network, Ukraine Facts


Monetary Donations

·         Ukrainian Government United 24 

·         Iowa Sister States 

·         World Central Kitchen 




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