Timeline of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine

Animated map of the invasion until 1 November, click to view the animation (for a more detailed, interactive map, see here)
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2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine
Kyiv offensive

Northeastern Ukraine campaign

Eastern Ukraine campaign
Donbas offensive
Eastern Ukrainian counteroffensive

Southern Ukraine campaign
Southern Ukrainian counteroffensive

Other regions
Naval war
Spillover and cross-border incidents
Resistance

Possibly related

On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine.

This timeline is a dynamic and fluid list, and as such may never satisfy criteria of completeness. Please note that some events may only be fully understood or discovered in retrospect.

Background

On 24 February 2022, the Russian Federation invaded Ukraine in a steep escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War. The campaign had been preceded by a Russian military buildup since early 2021 and numerous Russian demands for security measures and legal prohibitions against Ukraine joining NATO.[1]

Prelude

Timeline by phase

  • Phase 1: Invasion of Ukraine (24 February – 7 April)
  • Phase 2: Southeastern front (8 April – 28 August)
  • Phase 3: Ukrainian counteroffensives (29 August – present)

See also

  • flagRussia portal
  • flagUkraine portal
  • War portal
  • iconModern history portal

References

  1. ^ "Why is Russia invading Ukraine and what does Putin want?". BBC News. 24 February 2022. Archived from the original on 19 December 2021. Retrieved 24 February 2022.

External links

  • Institute for the Study of War's daily updates on Ukraine conflict
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