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[Day 272] Russian Invasion of Ukraine


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How to Support Ukraine:

 

The National Bank of Ukraine has decided to open a special fundraising account to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine:

 

Official special account: 

UA843000010000000047330992708

 

The account is multi-currency, it is created and opened both for the transfer of funds from international partners and donors - in foreign currency (US dollars, euros, British pounds), and from Ukrainian businesses and citizens - in national currency.

 

For USD remittances:
BENEFICIARY: National Bank of Ukraine
BENEFICIARY BIC: NBUA UA UX
BENEFICIARY ADDRESS: 9 Instytutska St, Kyiv, 01601, Ukraine
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 400807238
BENEFICIARY BANK NAME: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, New York
BENEFICIARY BANK BIC: CHASUS33
BENEFICIARY BANK ADDRESS: 383 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017, USA
PURPOSE OF PAYMENT: for crediting account 47330992708

 

For EUR remittances:
BENEFICIARY: National Bank of Ukraine
BENEFICIARY BIC: NBUA UA UX
BENEFICIARY ADDRESS: 9 Instytutska St, Kyiv, 01601, Ukraine
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 5040040066
IBAN DE05504000005040040066 
BENEFICIARY BANK NAME: DEUTSCHE  BUNDESBANK, Frankfurt
BENEFICIARY BANK BIC: MARKDEFF
BENEFICIARY BANK ADDRESS: Wilhelm-Epstein-Straße 14, 60431 Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
PURPOSE OF PAYMENT: for crediting account 47330992708 

 

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BENEFICIARY: National Bank of Ukraine
BENEFICIARY BIC: NBUA UA UX
BENEFICIARY ADDRESS: 9 Instytutska St, Kyiv, 01601, Ukraine
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 40000982
IBAN GB52CHAS60924280033041
Sort code 60-92-42 
BENEFICIARY BANK NAME: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NA, London
BENEFICIARY BANK BIC: CHASGB2L
BENEFICIARY BANK ADDRESS: 125 London Wall, London EC2Y 5AJ, UK
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Russian Invasion of Ukraine

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Want a resource link to send funds to besides the armed forces? Please check out the tweet below.

I try to update this OP at least weekly with new Ukraine war maps from Al-Jazeera further below.

This OP was originally oriented around an original thread on Five Eyes intelligence of an upcoming invasion first posted here in November 2021 that was changed to reflect the invasion that officially began in February 2022 and then subsequent posts were deleted as a result of the April 2022 forum reset.

 

Al-Jazeera Live Daily Tracker

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RESOURCE CONTEXT

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Sourcing:

Shorter source list (English only) Verified and/or Highly Cited: CLICK NAMES FOR LINKS
No endorsement of any of their other positions or those of their employers; news focused only
 
Phil Stewart (Military correspondent, Reuters)
Christo Grozev  (Executive Director, Bellingcat)
Eliot Higgins (Founder/Creative Director, Bellingcat)
The Kyiv Independent (Ukrainian independent outlet)
Kyiv Post (Ukrainian newspaper)
Kevin Rothrock (Editor, Meduza English)
Andrei Soldatov (Senior Fellow, CEPA)
Liveuamap (Global independent outlet)
Andrew Roth (Moscow correspondent, The Guardian)
Liubov Tsybulska (Stratcom Ukraine Information/Hybrid Warfare Security Center Founder)
Stratcom Centre (Ukraine Ministry of Culture's Strategic Comms / Info Warfare)
Oleg Shakirov (Russian Center for Advanced Governance, consultant at PIR Center)
Daria Kaleniuk (Executive Director, Ukraine's Anti-Corruption Action Centre)
Paula Chertok (Kyiv's Mohyla Journalism School; Writer, Euromaiden Press)
Nataliya Gumenyuk (Kyiv-based founder of Public Interest Journalism Lab)
Myroslava Petsa (BBC Ukraine reporter)
NEXTA (Former Belarusian-based outlet covering Eastern Europe, now based in Poland)
SUSPILNE NEWS  (Ukrainian Public Broadcaster)
Max Seddon (Moscow Bureau Chief, Financial Times)
Michael Kofman (Director, Russian Studies at CNA)
Maria Shagina (Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Sanctions in post-Soviet regions)
Polina Ivanova (Financial Times Ukraine/Russia correspondent)
Illia Ponomarenko (Defense reporter, The Kyiv Independent)
Euromaiden Press  (Ukrainian independent outlet)
Maria Avdeeva (Research Director at Euro Expert Association, Security Ops/Disinfo in Ukraine)
Michael Horowitz (Le Beck International Geopolitical Consulting Firm)
Anton Troianovski  (Moscow Bureau Chief, New York Times)
Mary Ilyushina (Washington Post/CBS Russia correspondent)
Olga Tokariuk (EFEnoticias freelance correspondent in Kyiv)
Julia Davis   (Russian Media Analyst, The Daily Beast)
Shaun Walker (Eastern Europe reporter, The Guardian)
Samuel Ramani (Bylines in Washington Post/Foreign Policy, Fellow, RUSI)
Neil Hauer (BNEIntellinews independent journalist in Ukraine)
Jack Detsch  (National Security Reporter, Foreign Policy magazine)
Christopher Miller (BuzzFeedNews, reporting on Ukraine)
Shashank Joshi (Defence Editor, The Economist)
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Finland too

 

A hilarious outcome of a failed invasion. Putin is a dumbass

 

 

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Putin is ******* over.

 

hi everyone.

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18 minutes ago, Chemist said:

 

Finland too

 

A hilarious outcome of a failed invasion. Putin is a dumbass

 

 

:lmao: US will be Europe’s security & energy guarantor for at least another generation. Poor Putin! We love to see it. :clap3:

 

I hope China pays attention cause as soon as they attack Taiwan, I am sure all its neighbors will call for the US to be even more present in Asia. They may f*ck around & end up  with an Asian NATO messing with bid daddy Biden. :crown:

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It's still so funny to see how it all completely backfired on Putin. Good rideance and I pray the whole thing is over sooner rather than later.

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Zekinski is so petty. Imagine snubbing Germany right now as if they are not gonna be one of the most important country in the coming struggle against Russia.

 

 Merkel was a clown but the past is the past. You don’t have time to be petty with ur Allies in wartime.

 

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19 minutes ago, frenchyisback said:


Zekinski is so petty. Imagine snubbing Germany right now as if they are not gonna be one of the most important country in the coming struggle against Russia.

 

 Merkel was a clown but the past is the past. You don’t have time to be petty with ur Allies in wartime.

 

The German president is irrelevant compared to the chancellor anyway so no big deal, plus lots of germans agree with zelenskyy about steinmeier

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1 hour ago, frenchyisback said:

Zekinski is so petty. Imagine snubbing Germany right now as if they are not gonna be one of the most important country in the coming struggle against Russia.

The "most important" country has been messing with Ukraine for years now. Also, Zelensky confirmed he never received any official request from Steinmeier to visit Ukraine. :katie:

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Putin's political career started with this lie:

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At least it isn't tree logs.

 

 

They shall not pass!

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Aquamarine said:

It's still so funny to see how it all completely backfired on Putin. Good rideance and I pray the whole thing is over sooner rather than later.

Right? Day 48 and they're still fighting. Jesus Christ. All Putin has done is show the world how inept he is as a military leader and how weak his military is. Even if Russia eventually takes Ukraine, which it probably will, Putin will literally have nothing to show for it but a collapse economy, bruised ego, and wounded military. :rip:

 

Meanwhile, this is only strengthening NATO and now expanding it; Putin's worst nightmare. :ahh:

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Deep sigh. OP edited and restructured to reflect forum reset. We're all set folks. Back to business. :coffee2:

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the moskva is still on fire :gaygacat4:

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3 hours ago, Bang Up said:

Right? Day 48 and they're still fighting. Jesus Christ. All Putin has done is show the world how inept he is as a military leader and how weak his military is. Even if Russia eventually takes Ukraine, which it probably will, Putin will literally have nothing to show for it but a collapse economy, bruised ego, and wounded military. :rip:

 

Meanwhile, this is only strengthening NATO and now expanding it; Putin's worst nightmare. :ahh:

At most he will take the Donbas and Crimea who he already took back in 2014. He will take Donbas even if he has to resort to the most horrific srategies towards civilians. The real test is if he will be able to take all the south part that connects that with Crimea. Hopefully they aren't able to

 

I hope the military help aids Ukraine to push them and humilliate Russia and his ass. The ideal case would be for him to not take **** but we'll see

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The sinking of the Moskva… I love this song :smitten:

 

Also, Germans need to be tougher on their government and stand with Ukraine. German appeasement of Russia is half of the reason why we’re in this mess in the first place. Germans love to come to Kyiv for our clubs and cheap thrills, at least stand up for us :biblio: 

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4 hours ago, Bang Up said:

Right? Day 48 and they're still fighting. Jesus Christ. All Putin has done is show the world how inept he is as a military leader and how weak his military is. Even if Russia eventually takes Ukraine, which it probably will, Putin will literally have nothing to show for it but a collapse economy, bruised ego, and wounded military. :rip:

 

Meanwhile, this is only strengthening NATO and now expanding it; Putin's worst nightmare. :ahh:

no they're not taking Ukraine that's for sure, even Putin realized that

this is the reason why they switched their goals from the 'liberation of Ukraine' to the 'liberation of the East' (basically Donbas and a part of Kharkiv oblast)

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moskva confirmed to be sunk :bibliahh:

 

 

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I feel Russia could drop nuclear bombs on Helsinki and Stockholm just before they join nato.

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