Russians have stepped up offensive operations towards Synkivka front. Coming from Lyman Pershyi and Pershotravneve, so far without success but Ukrainian soldiers describe the situation as tense.
In Krynky front Russian sources claim Ukrainian artillery, electronic warfare systems and even air defense are operating close to the front lines, suppressing Russian reinforcements.
In Avdiivka fighting near the railway tracks west of Krasnohorivka continues. Russian troops also try to improve positions southwest of Sjeverne.
In Robotyne front it is reported that Ukrainian forces have pushed out Russians from a stronghold an improved their positions.
US Congress took a step in transferring frozen Russian assets of the Russian Central Bank to Ukraine. The Committee on International Relations introduced a bill that would require the US administration to transfer frozen Russian assets to Ukraine.
Belgium has created a fund to support Ukraine, to which it will transfer €1.7 billion using windfall profits on Russian frozen assets. The tax proceeds are used to support Ukraine. Half of the aid will be used for military support and the other half for civilian support.
The coordinator of the National Security Council of the White House, John Kirby, said during a briefing that the United States has allocated more than $60 billion in aid to Ukraine of which 96% is now used.