Former Navy SEAL commando died fighting on behalf of Ukraine, 6 Americans have lost their lives so far

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Another American has died fighting on the side of Ukraine. Daniel Swift, a former US Navy SEAL commando, died on January 19 while fighting in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro. Swift’s family and friends gave information about this. Daniel Swift left his military post in the year 2019. After Russia invades in 2022, Swift begins fighting on the side of Ukraine. As a result of his wounds in the Russian attack on the city of Dnipro, he died. In this regard, an official had given this information on the condition of anonymity.

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Swift is the sixth American to have died in the Russia attack, which was launched on February 24, 2022. In Dnipro, the Ukrainian army is on the defensive against Russian attacks. Recently, the Russian army launched a missile attack on the city. Adam Thiemann, a former US Army Ranger and colleague of Swift’s, told the magazine Rolling Stone that Swift was injured on January 14. When he was hit by an RPG attack launched by two other Russian soldiers. According to Thiemann, Swift died early in the morning of January 19 after suffering a severe brain injury, while two others with her injuries are still being treated.

US advises Ukraine to end retaliatory strikes against Russia

A senior Washington official told ABC News that senior US officials have advised Ukrainian forces to hold off until the US is able to establish its latest supply of weapons to Ukraine, in addition to provisions for training for Ukrainian troops. , Until then, don’t launch a major counterattack against the Russian army.

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Meanwhile, the official informed reporters that the United States currently has no plans to supply Ukraine with the US Army’s Abrams Main Battle Tank (MBT) amid a dispute with Germany over Leopard 2 tanks. However, President Joe Biden this week approved a new $2.5 billion military aid package for Ukraine. Asked whether he supported Poland’s effort to send German-made Leopard 2S to Ukraine’s front line, Biden said, “Ukraine is going to get all the help it can.”

Germany is under increasing pressure to supply Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. However, a meeting of 50 nations at Germany’s Ramstein airbase with President Volodymyr Zelensky regarding the much sought-after tanks did not yield any results.

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Read also: It will be very difficult to drive out Russian forces from Ukrainian territory through military action this year: US General

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