According to Defence Intelligence updates from Ministry of Defence, Russia is paying a high price for any advance in Ukraine. 

Daily intelligence briefings have been issued by the MoD to combat disinformation from the Kremlin regarding the invasion of Ukraine. 

The determined resistance of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the public has ended Vladimir Putin’s plan to invade Ukraine. They are now forcing Russia to defend every inch. 

The Ministry of Defence said this morning that Russia 'is paying a high price for each advance' in its daily public intelligence briefing to counter the Kremlin's disinformation campaign

This morning, the Ministry of Defence stated that Russia is paying a heavy price for every advance in its daily intelligence briefings to counter the Kremlin’s disinformation campaign.

Pictured: A graphic showing Russian army equipment that has been visually confirmed as destroyed by Oryx - a military blog that is tracking Moscow's losses during its invasion of Ukraine. Oryx says its figures are based on 'photo or videographic evidence. Therefore, the amount of equipment destroyed is significantly higher than recorded here'

Pictured is a graphic that shows Russian equipment destroyed during the invasion of Ukraine. Oryx claims its numbers are based only on “photo or videographic evidence.” The amount of equipment that was destroyed in the incident is much higher than what has been recorded.

Dramatic footage of the ambush purports to show at least one Russian tank and one armoured personnel carrier hit by missiles fired from behind a copse of trees

Dramatic footage shows at least one Russian tank as well one armored personnel carrier being struck by missiles from behind trees.

The latest briefing states that Russian forces attempt to surround Ukrainian forces east of Ukraine as they move from Kharkiv (north) and Mariupol (south).

“Russian forces are moving from Crimea to bypass Mykolaiv and drive west toward Odesa.

“Russia pays a heavy price for every advance, as the Ukrainian Armed Forces continue to provide staunch resistance throughout the country. 

While the full extent of Putin’s loss is not known, Ukraine claimed to have destroyed more than 12,000 troops and 350 tanks. There are also 125 artillery units. 1,150 personnel carriers.

Based on Oryx visual confirmations, more than 1,000 Russian vehicles may have been damaged, destroyed, abandoned, or captured during the war.

A second video purports to show a flaming Russian tank driving down a road after being hit by Ukrainian munitions in an ambush

The second video depicts a Russian tank flaming down a road following being ambushed by Ukrainian bombs.

Oryx reports that Russia lost 1,034 vehicles as of March 11. 13 of these were damaged or destroyed. 159 of them were left by Russian troops. 424 of those were also abandoned. 438 of these were taken by the Ukrainian forces.

Analysts on Friday warned that Russian tank commanders had effectively allowed the Ukrainians to ambush their unit by driving down the middle of a main road leading into Kyiv – and straight into a death trap. 

As Putin’s troops grew closer to Kyiv they launched devastating artillery attacks. Several Russian T-72 tanks as well as other vehicles were destroyed in surprise assault from the rear and front of the convoy.

Ukrainian forces shocked the column which contained some 30 tanks and support unit, along with a frightening TOS-1 thermobaric missile launcher. The survivors were forced to flee the scene and Russia was left grieving the loss.

The masterful attack on Brovary by Ukraine added to the suffering of Moscow’s invaders. They have suffered greater losses than anticipated and will now be facing freezing temperatures. The morale of the troops is reported to be low.

Although reports claim that Russia’s 6th Tank Regiment escaped with very few casualties, the Russian commander, Colonel Andrei Zakharov, was reported to have been killed and his regiment forced to retreat. After the fighting, the streets were littered with rubble from Russian tanks. 

Russia’s military strategies have left defense experts stunned

Franz-Stefan Gady, an analyst with the International Institute for Strategic Studies, said that the fight demonstrates the dangers of failing to secure urban terrain with sufficient infantry and recon. Assets when the main elements of an army pass through terrain that is ideally suited for ambushes.  

Rob Lee is a senior fellow and military expert at Foreign Policy Research Institute. He commented on the ambush by saying that the Russian army used’very poor tactics.

He shared drone footage from the strike and tweeted that the Russian column had been ‘on an obvious approach’.

This photo reportedly shows smoke and damage at the Yavoriv training area that was targeted by Russian forces this morning

According to Russian forces, this photo shows the damage and smoke at Yavoriv’s training area.

A wounded soldier arrives at Novoiavorisk District Hospital close to the facility after the attack on the base which is just 12 miles from the Polish border

After the Polish attack, a wounded soldier arrived at Novoiavorisk District Hospital near the hospital. The facility is only 12 miles away from the Polish border.

Ukraine says 57 people have been wounded in the attack on the base, which is located between Lviv and the border with Poland. Pictured above is a young man thought to have been hurt in the attack

Ukraine claims that 57 were wounded by the attack on its base. It is located near Lviv, Poland’s border. The image above shows a young man believed to be injured during the attack.

Russian forces shot up to 30 cruise rockets last night at a base military only 20 miles from Poland’s border, killing 35 and injuring another 134.  

A number of foreign military instructors are now based at Lviv’s military training field. It was used previously for military exercises that involved NATO or Ukrainian troops.  

Maksym Kozytskyi, Lviv Governor, said that most missiles launched Sunday were’shot down’ because of an air defense system.

According to him, the people who survived were able to kill at most 35 and wound 134.  

A 25-mile northwest of Kiev, the military base at Yavoriv was used as a training center for Ukrainian troops with instructors from Canada and the United States.

This was also the hub of joint exercises between Ukrainian soldiers and NATO allies.

Oleksiy Reznikov, Ukrainian Defense Minister, stated that ‘foreign teachers work here’ but it wasn’t clear if any were there during the attack.

Shortly before Russian troops invaded Ukraine, foreign troops evacuated Ukraine.

According to the United States, 150 of its Ukrainian instructors were resigned on February 12.

Reznikov condemned the bombardment as a ‘new terrorist attack on peace & security near the EU-NATO border’, calling for the imposition of a no-fly zone.

This must be stopped! Get close to the stars! He wrote.

Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov called it a 'new terrorist attack on peace and security near the EU-NATO border' and called for a no-fly zone to be put in place

Oleksii Ryzkov, Ukrainian Defence Minister, called it a “new terrorist attack upon peace and security at the EU/NATO border” and demanded that a no-fly area be created

Preliminary information indicates that about 30 cruise missiles were fired by Russian planes over Black Sea. They had come from Saratov (a southern Russian city), Lviv’s mayor stated.

The Air Force Command West of Ukraine stated on Facebook that two cruise missiles had been destroyed in air defense systems.

According to them, the missiles came “probably from the Sea of Azov waters or the Black Sea”

Washington authorized $200 million for additional equipment in support of Ukraine’s military on Saturday.

Russia warned its troops that they could strike supplies of Western weapons in Ukraine the day before.

Since the Russian invasion, many Ukrainians fled Lviv to safety.

Meanwhile, Leonid Volkov, the former chief of staff to jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny claimed Vladimir Putin will ‘destroy the world’, if he is not stopped. 

Sophy Ridge was told by him on Sunday that it was now clear that a great deal must be done to stop the war.

“All the sanctions are a burden to the European economy. This is clear. However, this price must be paid as Putin could just endanger the entire world.

When asked if Putin would use nukes, Volkov responded: “As he’s crazy enough, unfortunately, everything can be expected.”

He said that the war felt ‘enormously painless’ and added: ‘I wish to cry. Putin is Russia’s president. This is Putin’s war. Not mine. As loud as I can, I’m trying to give it all and ask for my compatriots to do the same.

“This isn’t our war. Not in our name. This is what he’s doing. It is not in our names.