Who was Zaur Dimayev, 49th Russian colonel in Ukraine war?

The Russian colonel Zaur Dimayev was blown up by an artillery blast in southern Ukraine, making him the 49th fighter of his rank to die in combat since the invasion began, the report said Wednesday.

Deputy Commander of the 4th Battalion of the Akhmat Kadyrov Special Forces Regiment, Lt. Col. Zaur Dimayev, was riding in a military SUV near the village of Komyshuvakha in the Zaporizhia region when Ukrainian troops opened fire on a car on Tuesday, according to Russian, The telegram channel “Base”.

Zaur Dimayev and the driver of the SUV died at the scene. Four more Russian servicemen were wounded. Dimayev, a staunch ally of Chechen commander Ramzan Kadyrov, was the last high-ranking Russian commander to die in a four-month war.

One thing is for sure, Russia failed in its initial goal of taking control of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, and faced more Ukrainian resistance than expected.

But even then, Russian forces have penetrated deep into Ukraine, and Moscow is determined to occupy a large part of the Russian-speaking territory in eastern Donbas.

Previously, in 2014, there were problems with Russia’s annexation of the Crimean peninsula, which was never recognized by the international community, and Putin is still in no hurry to resign. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving office.

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Geoffrey and former diplomat Michelle Foucher told AFP that if Donbas is captured by Russia, Ukraine’s strategic port of Odesa in the west could become a “line of fire”. “The era that is beginning is not conducive to Ukrainians,” she said. The United States and Germany are also providing Ukraine with sophisticated weapons to resist Russia.

Weapons provided by the Biden administration include the M-142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (Hummers), which the head of Ukraine’s armed forces said a month ago that he intended to counter Russian missile attacks. It is important’

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